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Rabies is a virus most commonly found in bats. Usually I try to find a bacteria that hosts the virus so the bacteria can be targeted with herbs and the virus will diminish.

Bats are huge carriers of metazoa, leuconostoc, viridiplantae, betaproteobacteria, enterobacter, chlamydia, and lactococcus in order of prevalance [1]. So if we compare those bacteria verses a rat for example, the bacteria bats are higher in than rats should give us a clue what bacteria rabies infects.

Metazoan parasites in bats is very widespread [2]

Red fox and other rabies carriers also infefted with metazoa [3]

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Rabies virus itself is fragile and suseptible to dessication and detergents [4] thus saponins and food grade diatomaceous earth (or other dessicant powder like silicon dioxide, silica gel powder, micro or nano cellulose, tricalcium phosphate, etc) should be used on bite wounds. Im sure it is also fragile to essential oil.

Lavender, vitamin c, cumin, garlic, skullcap, walnut (probably due to tannins), and other potential cures [5]. Lavender also good against another bite infection; c tetani and other clostridium.

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