Vibrio Cholera ( cholera), mitigated by F-11 Fluorine family elements like Moringa Oleifera, Neem, Pufferfish spike venom, anaesthetics, paralytics, epileptic/seizure causing drugs/substances, Listerine with fluoride & other toothpastes with same, fluori
Thiocarbamates from Moringa Oleifera Seeds Bioactive Against Virulent and Multidrug Resistant Vibrio(ed.note;vibrio cholerae included!) Species http://downloads.hindawi.com/journals/bmri/2017/7963747.pdf
Bi+2 Bismuth feeding species like cholera include melanoma, colon cancer, ash feeding creatures, possibly polio & syringomyelia & meningitis & Crohn's disease & seizure causing animae?
In the case of creatures causing seizures, diarrhea, blue toned skin, the animae or spirit animal is eating on Bismuth Bi+2 causing a deficit eventually in the SKIN...Bismuth Bi+2 helps to coat or form skin tissue...Which is why people love barbecued food, the burnt ash Bismuth charcoal type flavour smokey smoke!
Original image used for NIDI Filterra mobile app edit filter process algorithm was taken from wikipedia for the use of education & scientific research for current cholera problem in Mozambique bias MSF Medecins Sans Frontiers(I support them)...!
Posit: are we(MSF) causing more cholera by abolishing fluoride & flying in to uncharted territories like saints on a mission as opposed to unwanted strangers who pollute waters with airplane exhaust Bi+2 Bismuth?
(The Poisonwood Bible book citation, where "mission people" pollute upriver waters by poohing where downriver locals need to drink?)
Excerpt from Google Search: Cholera can be transmitted by a mechanical carrier such as a BROWN WIDOW SPIDER from FLORIDA(MOM)!, -the brown widow spider mechanically bites the eyelid, thereby transmitting the "FILTH" disease called CHOLERA...
"Urban Entomology [Ebeling Chap. 9 part 2] Pests Attacking Man and ...
Therefore, a discussion of envenomation, allergy, and disease transmission by ... In cases of severe envenomation, as from the bite of the black widow spider, the ..... mechanical carriers of various "filth diseases," such as typhoid fever, cholera, ..."
https://www.jstor.org/stable/44451706?seq=1#page_scan_tab_contents Cholera was feared in 1892 in America...
In 1892, there was migration from Russia to America, & the fear was that the very highly contagious cholera 'animae' (let's say spirit animal again), could be brought to North America...