Lambrini

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My name is Lambrini, I’m 49 and I live on the Mornington Peninsula with my six-year-old son. During the COVID debacle my husband was living with us, but we have since separated.

I’ve been fit and healthy right throughout my life. The only regular medication I took was an asthma preventer, which I used occasionally. I gave birth to my son when I was 42 years old.

Prior to the COVID lockdowns I was transitioning from being a stay-at-home mum to getting back into my work as a spa therapist. I set up a treatment room at home and was getting regular clients – it was looking pretty good. Then the pandemonium hit. At first I was terrified of the virus. Both my husband and I agreed it was a very scary situation. It even got to the point I would spray him with Glen 20 when he came home from his work as a carpet cleaner. We both believed the ‘deadly virus’ narrative.

The turning point began for me when it seemed that the media was overly pushing the issue; especially when the vaccine came out. I wondered where all the cures for other illnesses were, yet there was this cure-all vaccine? There was one particular media report featuring Dan Andrews and Martin Foley where I heard the phrase ‘new world order’. That was my light bulb moment!

In my business I had to get new patients to fill in a health questionnaire, yet here we were, lining up for a one size fits all vaccination. And then, the ‘no liability’ for Big Pharma was mentioned and I got really suspicious. My husband was more, ‘This is how it is. We have to go with the flow.’ So, my husband had two vaccinations while I held off.

Then Dan Andrews put forward a proposal that children could not attend kindy without both parents being jabbed. My son loved his kindy and because he was an only child it was really important for his social development. I drew the line at spoiling his enjoyment. Everyone else I knew was vaccinated once, twice or three times by this stage. By now I’d heard of lots about heart issues after the vaccinations, as they were being mentioned in social media. I made the decision to get the AstraZeneca vaccine because I weighed up the fact I was a bit older and thought I could take blood thinners if necessary.

I went to my local GP on 10th November, 2021. I felt defeated and deflated and hoped I would sail through without any repercussions. I’m pretty sure I had the jab in my left arm.

Within hours I had flu like symptoms and fatigue and felt dreadful, but I didn’t think it was unusual. But ten days later I began to get extreme headaches to the point where I could not even put my hair up because it was too painful. I experienced heavy sensations, sharp stabbing pains in my lower body and nausea. So I went to see my regular GP.

I was sent for a blood test and an ultrasound to check for blood clots in my legs. The blood tests showed a very elevated D-dimer, but because I had not ever had it tested before, I had no reference point. I was sent for further tests including ECO, CT scans, and brain MRI to name a few. My doctors took my elevated D-dimer very seriously. I saw a cardiologist in December but it was not ’til January that I was given the information that the test results came back clear.

This period of my life was really stressful. It was during this time that I noticed a rash develop on my left arm. It was not sore or itchy so I didn’t think too much of it as I was more worried about the other symptoms I was experiencing and the outcome of test results.

When the results from the cardiologist were clear, I was so relieved. But the headaches persisted, although they were not as severe as they were initially. But the rash seemed to manifest itself when the other symptoms subsided. It spread to the rest of my body, and my doctor referred me to a dermatologist. My appointment was not to be for five months. I rang the rooms and told them the rash was over my whole body and fortunately they pushed my appointment forward. The initial diagnosis was plaque psoriasis. My mum was diagnosed with this in her 60s. We wondered if there was a genetic link, despite the fact no other family members have suffered from it.

Topical medication (betamethasone) was prescribed to treat it. I had a reaction to the cream. It caused heart palpitations and shortness of breath from the moment I slathered myself in it. Next we tried Enstilar foam which is more often prescribed for people with issues all over the body. It didn’t help. Then I tried UV therapy. They started me on a very low dose under the light as it can go either way to helping. Some people have a reaction to the UV itself! I got to staying under the light for three minutes after 23 visits. I had started to see a little bit of improvement, but I was not getting enough of a result to validate the continued use of it. I was prescribed an antibiotic called erythromycin but that didn’t help. The dermatologist finally took a biopsy of my skin and re-diagnosed my condition as Pityriasis lichenoides.

Of course, the first thing I did was some Google research, and found that this condition was attributed to, among other things, an inflammatory reaction to medication or VACCINATION. A letter from the dermatologist confirmed this saying, ‘There has been a number of reports suggesting that the COVID vaccinations and indeed the COVID virus can trigger this form of skin condition’, and in my case, ‘This eruption would be consistent with her vaccination acting as a trigger for this reaction.’ The next drug prescribed was methotrexate (a strong auto immune suppressant) but I refused to take it. I drew the line here with Western medicine. I was not prepared to put my body through that trauma.

It was at this time I decided to revisit my roots in natural therapies. I was recommended a homeopathic doctor and together we put together a treatment plan.

Prior to all this, my body had been functioning well. Then I got vaccinated and that stuffed everything up. So I followed an anti-inflammatory diet, took Vitamin C, D, E, bromelain, NAC, natto kinase and probiotics, I began juicing and using Medical Medium protocols of teas and soups along with regular infra-sauna and infra-red blankets as well as Epsom salts baths.

The dermatologist had told me to stay out of the sun. So, I did the opposite and went to the beach as often as I could. I sat at the edge of the sand and prayed that nature would heal me and I rubbed the sand all over my body, then I would dip myself in the water. I associate blood flow and healing with heat not cold, so I hit my body with warmth to try to heal. It worked. I have some scarring but overall my skin is looking so much better. It is only now when I am exposed to a cold virus or extra stress that the rash breaks out again.

Overall this has been a huge trauma for me. As someone who is involved the wellness industry, to have visible skin lesions and eruptions while at the same time working in my area, has presented me with challenges I never imagined. But it has made me stronger.

My motivation to tell my story is because I truly believe that there are many people suffering and I hope that my story will help someone else in a similar position. Western medicine is not for everyone and I encourage everyone to be open to other methods of healing.

At the end of the day I put an unknown substance into my body and have been dealing with the consequences ever since.

My advice to is to be in tune with your body, listen to it and nurture it. Never dismiss nature as a healer.

Lambrini-.jpg

My name is Lambrini, I’m 49 and I live on the Mornington Peninsula with my six-year-old son. During the COVID debacle my husband was living with us, but we have since separated.

I’ve been fit and healthy right throughout my life. The only regular medication I took was an asthma preventer, which I used occasionally. I gave birth to my son when I was 42 years old.

Prior to the COVID lockdowns I was transitioning from being a stay-at-home mum to getting back into my work as a spa therapist. I set up a treatment room at home and was getting regular clients – it was looking pretty good. Then the pandemonium hit. At first I was terrified of the virus. Both my husband and I agreed it was a very scary situation. It even got to the point I would spray him with Glen 20 when he came home from his work as a carpet cleaner. We both believed the ‘deadly virus’ narrative.

The turning point began for me when it seemed that the media was overly pushing the issue; especially when the vaccine came out. I wondered where all the cures for other illnesses were, yet there was this cure-all vaccine? There was one particular media report featuring Dan Andrews and Martin Foley where I heard the phrase ‘new world order’. That was my light bulb moment!

In my business I had to get new patients to fill in a health questionnaire, yet here we were, lining up for a one size fits all vaccination. And then, the ‘no liability’ for Big Pharma was mentioned and I got really suspicious. My husband was more, ‘This is how it is. We have to go with the flow.’ So, my husband had two vaccinations while I held off.

Then Dan Andrews put forward a proposal that children could not attend kindy without both parents being jabbed. My son loved his kindy and because he was an only child it was really important for his social development. I drew the line at spoiling his enjoyment. Everyone else I knew was vaccinated once, twice or three times by this stage. By now I’d heard of lots about heart issues after the vaccinations, as they were being mentioned in social media. I made the decision to get the AstraZeneca vaccine because I weighed up the fact I was a bit older and thought I could take blood thinners if necessary.

I went to my local GP on 10th November, 2021. I felt defeated and deflated and hoped I would sail through without any repercussions. I’m pretty sure I had the jab in my left arm.

Within hours I had flu like symptoms and fatigue and felt dreadful, but I didn’t think it was unusual. But ten days later I began to get extreme headaches to the point where I could not even put my hair up because it was too painful. I experienced heavy sensations, sharp stabbing pains in my lower body and nausea. So I went to see my regular GP.

I was sent for a blood test and an ultrasound to check for blood clots in my legs. The blood tests showed a very elevated D-dimer, but because I had not ever had it tested before, I had no reference point. I was sent for further tests including ECO, CT scans, and brain MRI to name a few. My doctors took my elevated D-dimer very seriously. I saw a cardiologist in December but it was not ’til January that I was given the information that the test results came back clear.

This period of my life was really stressful. It was during this time that I noticed a rash develop on my left arm. It was not sore or itchy so I didn’t think too much of it as I was more worried about the other symptoms I was experiencing and the outcome of test results.

When the results from the cardiologist were clear, I was so relieved. But the headaches persisted, although they were not as severe as they were initially. But the rash seemed to manifest itself when the other symptoms subsided. It spread to the rest of my body, and my doctor referred me to a dermatologist. My appointment was not to be for five months. I rang the rooms and told them the rash was over my whole body and fortunately they pushed my appointment forward. The initial diagnosis was plaque psoriasis. My mum was diagnosed with this in her 60s. We wondered if there was a genetic link, despite the fact no other family members have suffered from it.

Topical medication (betamethasone) was prescribed to treat it. I had a reaction to the cream. It caused heart palpitations and shortness of breath from the moment I slathered myself in it. Next we tried Enstilar foam which is more often prescribed for people with issues all over the body. It didn’t help. Then I tried UV therapy. They started me on a very low dose under the light as it can go either way to helping. Some people have a reaction to the UV itself! I got to staying under the light for three minutes after 23 visits. I had started to see a little bit of improvement, but I was not getting enough of a result to validate the continued use of it. I was prescribed an antibiotic called erythromycin but that didn’t help. The dermatologist finally took a biopsy of my skin and re-diagnosed my condition as Pityriasis lichenoides.

Of course, the first thing I did was some Google research, and found that this condition was attributed to, among other things, an inflammatory reaction to medication or VACCINATION. A letter from the dermatologist confirmed this saying, ‘There has been a number of reports suggesting that the COVID vaccinations and indeed the COVID virus can trigger this form of skin condition’, and in my case, ‘This eruption would be consistent with her vaccination acting as a trigger for this reaction.’ The next drug prescribed was methotrexate (a strong auto immune suppressant) but I refused to take it. I drew the line here with Western medicine. I was not prepared to put my body through that trauma.

It was at this time I decided to revisit my roots in natural therapies. I was recommended a homeopathic doctor and together we put together a treatment plan.

Prior to all this, my body had been functioning well. Then I got vaccinated and that stuffed everything up. So I followed an anti-inflammatory diet, took Vitamin C, D, E, bromelain, NAC, natto kinase and probiotics, I began juicing and using Medical Medium protocols of teas and soups along with regular infra-sauna and infra-red blankets as well as Epsom salts baths.

The dermatologist had told me to stay out of the sun. So, I did the opposite and went to the beach as often as I could. I sat at the edge of the sand and prayed that nature would heal me and I rubbed the sand all over my body, then I would dip myself in the water. I associate blood flow and healing with heat not cold, so I hit my body with warmth to try to heal. It worked. I have some scarring but overall my skin is looking so much better. It is only now when I am exposed to a cold virus or extra stress that the rash breaks out again.

Overall this has been a huge trauma for me. As someone who is involved the wellness industry, to have visible skin lesions and eruptions while at the same time working in my area, has presented me with challenges I never imagined. But it has made me stronger.

My motivation to tell my story is because I truly believe that there are many people suffering and I hope that my story will help someone else in a similar position. Western medicine is not for everyone and I encourage everyone to be open to other methods of healing.

At the end of the day I put an unknown substance into my body and have been dealing with the consequences ever since.

My advice to is to be in tune with your body, listen to it and nurture it. Never dismiss nature as a healer.

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