Never let animals lick your wounds or kissing them (letting them lick you in the face) [1]

Usually found in cat (75%) and dog (25%) bites. Bites can also cause tetanus so be aware. Could it be enhanced by vaccine or spike protein? Is it sprayed in chemtrails to induce mass animal deaths in conjunction with HAARP-like atmospheric lensing or magnetic rift atmospheric pulsing and tearing?

Killer of many species [2]

Can cause osteomyelitis. The acute onset of cellulitis, lymphangitis, and serosanguineous or purulent drainage from hand wounds 12 to 24 hours after cat or dog bites should suggest P. multocida as the predominant etiologic agent [3]. Drainage is typically done.

Can cause pneumonia and disseminated with exposure to animals [4]

Problem in all domestic animals and deer especially in humid environments [5]

Causes gynecomastia in cow and bison (probably human too) [6]

Causes rhinitis [7] and sneezing and eye bags

Can cause severe pericarditis [8] [9]

Link to iron overload and possibly hemochromatosis

Causes altered calcium, phosphorus, estrogen, and parathyroid [10]

Known as a potent mitogen which means it can enhance cancer or tumor [11] also increased inositol phosphate production, stimulation of protein kinase C activity, Ca2+ mobilization, actin rearrangements and increased protein tyrosine phosphorylation. So I think phosphorus greatly increases its virulence and cancer promotion.

May cause dyspnea

LPS as an adhesin [12]. It is possible but unknown whether LPS from other bacteria like Actinobacillus pleuropneumoniae, E coli, Salmonella enterica subsp. enterica serovar Typhimurium, H pylori, Klebsiella pneumonia, and Pseudomonas aeruginosa could act synergistically

Effects male chickens more so possibly linked to testosterone?

May be intracellular bacteria or at least the PMT toxin is [13]

Can be in commercial or research colonies of rodents [14] so you may get it working in a biolabs

Protected against dehydration and can reduce nitrate to nitrite [15] which might be a factor in how nitrates can increase gastric cancer

Commonly causes lungs abcess like tumor [16]

Pharma poison metformin increases pasteurella [17]

Greatly increases oxidative stress [18]

Possible link to hair loss [19]

Endocarditis vegetation [20]

Pneumonia lungs infection seen in COPD patients [21]

Pericarditis, meningitis, peritonitis typically in immunocompromised [22]

Forms pigmented colonies on hemin [23] which is made from heme so probably related to hemochromatosis.

Can cause drooling epiglottis and is increasing in frequency since at least 1993 [24]. There may be some sort of conspiracy since it was sequenced in 1989 and this researcher [25] got it that year from a petting zoo, I believe it may be getting gain of function to more easily infect humans. I think I born in 86 got it in the womb (umbilical cord wrapped around neck) and my brother born in 89 got it in birth canal and needed ears tubes and also intestinal surgery for cyanosis. Friend born in 88 also had umbilical cord wrapped around neck. 1996 folic acid was mandatory in the US in foods [26] , and folic acid supercharges pasteurella it seems.

Yersinia pestis, plague bacteria is very similar to and used to be classified as a pasteurella [27]

Masked rat chronic pasteurella swollen eyelids, hair loss in patches [28]

Dypsnea facial hair loss, rapid breathing sudden death [29]


Contains iron aquisition protiens [30] which may possibly have something to do with hemochromatosis or iron overload

Histidine and riboflavin enhance growth [31]. I have a suspicion that vitamin d, folic acid, and cobalamin do too but haven't been tested. We know phosphorus supplementation is detrimental to pasteurella, but folic acid upregulates p38 MAPK phosphorylation so might be detrimental in a pasteurella infection since pasteuella PMT toxin uses that pathway [32] to damage heart cells.

Pasteurella has a virulence factor of iron regulation [33] which means it could cause anything from anemia to hemochromatosis. Also has hyaluronic acid which prevents phagocytosis. Also complment activated serum bactericidal opsonization. Also produce leukotoxic enzymes. Produce iron binding protiens on cell surface that helps it survive in low iron environments which means iron overload can supercharge pasteurella. Trachea lung aorta highly adherent.

Inhibits REM sleep [34] which can produce insomnia.

Variety of pathogenic factors and antibody targets [35]

Toll like receptor 4 macrophage protects [36]

Bibersteinia trehalosi a related species uses trehalose commonly infects sheep.

Health bind

Combination of pasteurella and iron overload sometimes genetically in hemochromatosis makes it nearly impossible to eradicate a latent infection. Iron produces h2o2 which causes damage and enhances the bacteria, and trying to reduce iron with folic acid enhances the bacteria.


Increasing rates of infection [37]

Pasteur created an attentuated strain that didn't produce overt disease and then gave it to birds [38] this could be where this chronic asymptomatic strain was started.

Risk factors

Liver Spleen Steroid patients [39]


Nasal swab on clindamycin plate [40]

Treatment research

Capers most concentrated source of quercetin [41]

Grape seed extract reversed altered metabolic parameters like anaemia, leucocytosis, neutrophilia and lymphocytopenia, increase in the hepatic and renal injury biomarkers, in interleukin‐6 IL6, total globulin, α, β and γ globulins, as well as a marked reduction in total protein and albumin [42]

Should be prevented by early treatment of essential oil on the wound after thourough cleaning. Cassia cinnamon and lemongrass the best. [43]

Pasteurella from cats mouths suseptible to lemongrass, tea tree, and clove [44] [45] but beware the toxicity of tea tree. Clove and lemongrass were more effective than tea tree. Lemongrass has the largest inhibition zone similar to the poison gentamicin

Oil based extract of marjoram effective [46]

Oil based extracts of cinnamon and marjoram most effective [47]

Garlic supressed the bacteria in vivo [48]

Garlic worked [49] symptoms of the disease in rabbits was depression, reduced food intake, sneezing conjunctivitis, lungs respiratory distress, dyspnea, sudden adult death syndrome SADS reduction in IgG and IgM which were reversed by garlic. IL-6 and TNF-a were increased by the bacteria but garlic didn't reduce TNF-a. Liver ALT, ALP, and LDH increased and were reversed by garlic. SOD and GSH were lowered and reversed by garlic. MDA increased in infection and reversed by garlic. Garlic enhanced interferon gamma and CD4. Garlic increased neutrophil and leukocyte. Hemolysis which was not prevented with garlic alone. Anorexia got better after garlic. Melatonin can inhibit [50]

Berberine can inhibit better than it can staphylococcus or e coli but not super strongly [51]. Mechanism of berberine on pasteurella [52]

Beta glucan 1-3 and 1-6 effective at reducing infection and increasing survival time [53]

Mulberry and guava leaves effective [54]

Echinacea water extract effective [55]

Might be fought with serpin [56]

Iodine best disinfectant [57], works at such low concentration it may also work if taken internally.

Propilis might help reduce the immune system over response to the toxin as an anti-inflammatory [58]

Quercetin>benzyl isothiocyanate (mustard oil)>>allyl isothiocyanate>>cinnamaldehyde>>>eugenol [59]

Black seed and turmeric were effective at reducing sympotoms [60] at about 1% of feed in chickens

Pasteurella most sensitive to essential oils in contrast with pseudomonas which was highly resistant [61] lemongrass>oregano>mountain savory>melissa>thyme=clove=cinnamon leaf=palmarosa=manuka

Ethanol extracts of eucalyptus and sierrecilla were more powerful than the poison ampicillin, and oregano also showed some activity [62]

Lactobacillus probiotics reduce mortality in chickens [63]

Onion's second most prevalent bacteria is pasteurella [64] which means it porbablyhas pretty good defenses to it. Eating raw onion (with mustard and beef) caused me to feel head detox symptoms.

Smartweed totally knocked me out stopping 15 years of persistent chronic insomnia. Could it be the killing of pasteurella that did this or is it h pylori? It is known to kill pasteurella [65].. Pasteurella is known to inhibit REM sleep [66] [67]

Things to research

Tree of life

Elixer of life

Vitamin e + selenium


Vitamin a

Vitamin d


Folic acid




Raw onion




Milk Thistle


Symptom research

Possibly high blood pressure, high cholesterol, heart disease, Stroke, breast Cancer, cardiomegaly, COPD [68].

Endocarditis nonobstructive coronary artery disease (CAD) stenosis; ventricular tachycardia, severe aortic valve (AV) stenosis, thoracic aortic mycotic pseudoaneurysm, hypertension, heart failure with preserved ejection fraction (HFpEF), COPD mild chronic normocytic anemia, chronic anxiety, and chronic depression. decreased oral (PO) intake, myalgias, nausea, bilious vomiting, night sweats, chills, diarrhea, lightheadedness, stool incontinence, headache, chest pressure. ventricular tachycardia, ill appearance, loud S1, jugular venous distention (JVD).bpet cat that sleeps in her bed at night but no known scratches or bites, transthoracic echocardiogram (TTE) was positive only for left atrial (LA) and left ventricular (LV) hypertrophy, aortic stenosis without regurgitation, moderate mitral regurgitation, mildly dilated ascending aorta, and moderately elevated pulmonary artery pressure, but no vegetations [69] after treatment chills and fatigue, which resolved later that month. By Sep 9, however, she had developed aortic valve insufficiency, and on Sep 28, she developed shaking chills and altered mental status (AMS). On Sep 30, she presented to her primary care provider (PCP), who sent her to our emergency department (ED) for suspected sepsis. On presentation to the ED, the patient displayed AMS, dyspnea with orthopnea, headache, and rigors, and was febrile to 38.5°C, hypotensive at 80/57 mmHg, tachycardic at 114 BPM, and hypoxic to 75% oxygen saturation (SpO2) on room air. Her CXR showed bilateral pulmonary edema, and labs were notable for a brain natriuretic peptide (BNP) of 12,000 pg/mL, lactate of 3.8 U/L, and serum Na of 123 mEq/L. Transesophageal echocardiogram (TEE) on Oct 2 indicated an aortic valve vegetation, as well as a paravalvular aneurysm on the aortic-mitral septumdyspneic with an SpO2 of 81% on room air, with rales, wheezing, peripheral edema, and a diastolic murmur on exam. A TTE performed at that time indicated severe aortic regurgitation and a dilated right heart with severe tricuspid regurgitation,gradual increase in SOB and home oxygen requirement, anorexia, and increased peripheral edema for 1 week, in addition to recent urinary hesitancy with oliguria. Exam indicated volume overload, and the patient was afebrile. Labs were notable for serum aspartate aminotransferase/alanine aminotransferase (AST/ALT) of 195/161 U/L, alkaline phosphatase of 208 U/L, and a normal WBC count. She was continued on piperacillin-tazobactam, home torsemide, and 3 L/min O2. Her condition improved, and she remained stable until surgery on Nov 7, which found prosthetic aortic valve endocarditis with an aortic root abscess extending into the RA and associated tricuspid annulus destruction.hypoxia and hypercapnia (these are amazing doctors from university of rochester medical center)

PMT toxin and LPS

Increases in TNF-a and IL-12 via LPS were reduced by PGE2. Also COX-2 was induced by both LPS and PMT but not synergistically [70]

PMT dampens the immune system creating chronic infection unless coinfection like streptococcus where immune system triggered. Bursted ears drums, bleeding from ears, meningitis, hides in tonsils. Antibiotic treatment led to hair loss. [71]

Suppresses T cell activation and modulates CD4 cells directly [72]

PMT mobilizes calcium [73]

PMT suppresses immune responses to antigens [74] possibly leading to hidden allergies.

mTORC1 plays a role in PMT induced changes [75]. Astragalus also induces mTOR [76] so probably isn't a good treatment, but who knows there could be intricacies with how it works and might compete with PMT

PMT targets [77]


Might cause weak feeling hands or wrists upon waking, possibly from the toxin so this could happen during treatment too. This bacteria can definitely attack the tendons. Detox also may cause inner ears discomfort.

Arthritis [78]

Can cause inflammation conditions of the tendons like tenosynovitis [79], maybe tendonitis?

For rabbit dypsnea upon exertion sounds a lot like asthma [80]

vertebral osteomyelitis (bone infection can cause back pain), spondylodiscitis (inflammation of the vertebral disks), myositis (muscle weakness or pain or inflammation), and epidural and other abscesses

Chronic fatigue and weakness and lethargy [81]

Sneezing, turbinate atrophy, cancer [82]

Mass animal deaths linked to heat and humidity [83]

Low body temperature perhaps since heat causes pasteurella become virulent [84]

Blood clots or coagulation [85] and mastitis [86]

aneurysm or hematoma [87]

Meningitis [88]

Might cause migraine or headache triggered by temperature fluctuations in the scalp nerves [89]. In my case maybe this is the cause of migraine triggered by jaw movement. It has been seen to cause migraine triggered by neck movement and bright light [90]

Hand tremor blurry vision eyes and chills (low body temperature?) Vertigo confusion stiff neck paralysis possible lethargy (chronic fatigue) and muscle weakness myositis [91]

Malignancy (cancer) and diabetes linked to pasteurella infection [92]. In chicken infection, liver glycogen was reduced and blood sugar slightly raised. Pentose phosphate pathway activation resulting in doubling activity of glucose-6-dehydrogenase G6PD due to liver glycogen depletion [93]

Fatigue diarrhea nausea chills, diaphoresis, light headed and fever chronic arthritis of knees [94] also stenosis, pericarditis, central nervous system vasculitis, pulmonary hemorrhage, atrial thrombus and deep vein thrombosis depression and low testosterone penicillin allergy

Pastuerella, e coli, and s aureus inhibit REM sleep [95] and may cause insomnia.


Trying taking 5 drops eo mix washed down with water mixed with garlic powder and 1.5 mg melatonin before bed, a small amount of iodine may also help. Quercetin as well as mustard. Turmeric as well as black seed.

Diet should include lots of oats

Raw foods and spices

Raw foods

  1. Onion (red best yellow second)
  2. Garlic
  3. Carrot
  4. Turmeric
  5. Cherry
  6. Blackberry
  7. Caper
  8. Seaweed
  9. Dandelion
  10. Broccoli
  11. Ginger
  12. Kale
  13. Quail egg
  14. Smartweed

Spices (or foods that can be cooked)

  1. Cinnamon
  2. Oregano
  3. Lemongrass
  4. Mustard
  5. Oats

EO mix

100 drops edible oil like olive or hemp seed

20 drops lemongrass

10 drops cinnamon cassia

10 drops cinnamon

5 drops oregano


Treating for pasteurella gave intestinal cramps and diarrhea similar to IBS likely from campylobacter overgrowth. To counter this use ginger. Also treating with especially the combination of raw garlic and raw onion while very effective against pasteurella, seems to sometimes cause h pylori overgrowth (cough, stomach pain, heart palpitations) which is countered with broccoli seed or sprout powder.

Gave some inner ears discomfort which makes sense as this bacteria can cause ear infections.

Treatment causes immune activation which seems to be able to raise blood pressure possibly creating aneurysms. My suggestion is take treatment slowly and have potassium supplements and magnesium handy to reduce high blood pressure.

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