Transmission & Vectors
Food contaminant, Infection begins on ingestion. The disease can be made worse by spicy food, a prior history of high blood pressure, and/or high volume of stress.
Ingesting a virus through improperly cooked meats and fish.
Possible symptoms include:
- a dry skin
- a metallic taste in the mouth
- nausea (common)
- hyperactivity (uncommon)
Treatment requires total bed rest and daily doses of Prepofinil potion, a costly medicine made from punicea oil amongst other reagents. The potion needs to be taken 3 times a day for at least 14 days. Prepofinil has only been developed in the last 3 years under an increase in research by the Zodos Council of Physicians.
If caught early enough, there is a good chance that there will be no long-term side effects. However, if left untreated for longer than 7 days, the patient may end up suffering from hyperactivity long term.
Hosts & Carriers
Known carriers of the bateria responsible for the disease are :
- Sphyraena rubrum (red barracuda)
- Sphyraena caeruleum (blue barracuda)
- Ameiurus nebulosus (common catfish)
- Ameiurus nigreos (black catfish)