Chronic fatigue could be caused in large part by brucella [1] and other intracellular bacteria like Listeria.

Muscle pain, joint pain, fatige, and malaise are common complains of the chronic disease [2] with chronic fatigue the top symptom [3]

It appears it causes the "weak hands" or wrists also shins. This symptom is called myositis and it definitely seems related to chronic fatigue.

Pain in the spleen (a persons upper left torso).

Dreamstalking where someone is stalking you and changing appearance in your dreams from brucella and likely melatonin.


Live brucella bacteria are injected into US farm animals [4].

Females can pass it on to the baby and males can also harbor it in the reproductive tract.

They have also been implicated in vaccine manufacturing plants [5]. It also causes spontaneous abortions which would provide a motive to include in vaccines for population control. It also was the first bacteria weaponized by the united states and survives drying and aerosolizing, thus a prime candidate to spray in chemtrails for population control.

Ireland and England has also struggled with the bacteria and they are the birthplace of hemochromatosis.


This bacteria has the hallmarks of having potentially caused the HFE gene mutation causing hemochromatosis. Reasoning for this is brucella causes a severe increase in hepcidin [6] and homocysteine while at the same time feeding off macrophage iron which is elevated during high hepcidin. To respond to the bacteria it would be ideal to "shut down" HFE expression so the brucella cannot stimulate hepcidin release.

So treating for brucella might attack the root cause of the HFE mutation in hemochromatosis.

Brucellosis is also known as Mediterranean or Malta fever and as such might be a common cause for southern European variants of hemochromatosis. And thus it is, about 1/3 of Maltese carry the mutation [7]


IL6 may play a role [8] and might be a potential cause of the problems.

Mechanisms for evading the immune system by wuhan lab [9]

Nos2 il6 and tnfa decreased in chronic infection compared to acute [10] about half, but chronic still like 30x greater than uninfected [11]! See hepcidin page for info on how low il6 causes elevated prostaglandins like pge2 and pgd2.

Tgf-b1 polymorphisms but not il6 or il10 enhanced infection with brucella.


Erythritol [12]

Glucose is essential to proliferation. Also some info on how infected macrophages behave [13].

Melatonin since it reduces h pylori and thus Bacteria see-saw.


Garlic, barberry, and eucalyptus inhibit the bacteria. [14]

O. Syriacum and T. Syriacus [15]

Oregano, thyme, cinnamon and others [16]

Cinnamon does seem to work.

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