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Angel Elizabeth

First Dose of Moderna in March of 2021

Second Dose of Moderna in August of 2021

St. Marys, Ohio

47 yrs old

Q: What was your life like before you got the vaccine?

Disabled from medical problems 20 yrs ago but otherwise healthy

Q: Would you like to share your reasons for getting vaccinated?

Was scared like so many others

Q: What was your reaction, symptoms, & timeline?

I've been disabled for 20 years now, but otherwise I am healthy. I'm used to pain in my arms from fatty tumors. I've NEVER had pain or numbness in my toes or feet, until the last few months. Both myself, my husband, my cousin and a friend are ALL experiencing the same thing, and we all had the Moderna vaccine. It gets worse every day and more difficult to walk. Luckily, l can still bend my toes, but my husband cannot bend his anymore. Between that and his working 12 hr shifts, its unbearable for him. I really want to know that we aren't crazy and to know if anyone else has experienced this. My husband has also had problems with his blood pressure running extremely high since the 1st shot.

Q: Have you had Covid before?


Q: What do you wish others knew?

These vaccines are not safe. If you don't have to take it, then don't.

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13 kommenttia

Hi Angel,

I am so sorry for your vaxx injuries, I am still recovering from a covid vaccine in Feb 2021 and only 25% recovered.

Was hair loss also one of your post vaxx injuries?

Check out Olivia C's post, she also was injured by a Moderna shot. Apparently Moderna put nearly three times the amount of mRNA as Pfizer.

Take a look at:

Dr. Mercola's latest post listed some Vax injuries treatments at the end of this featured article.

Other Helpful Treatments and Remedies Other treatments and remedies that may be helpful for COVID jab injuries include: •Hyperbaric oxygen therapy, especially in cases involving stroke, heart attack, autoimmune diseases and/or neurodegenerative disorders. To learn more, see "Hyperbaric Therapy…


12. tammik. 2023

"It gets worse every day and more difficult to walk." - HORRIBLE! 😣 ....please try the FLCCC for help if you have not already. Please rid your diet of processed sugar and flour, vegetable oil,....for starters.


Never heard of them before but check it out.


I don't know if their protocol mentions it, but use herbal/food based ANTI-INFLAMMATORIES. e.g. turmeric (curcumin) in supplement form to get enough and take A LOT... unlike NSAIDS, it is less likely to do any damage. Read up on each thing you take though! e.g. licorice (the medicinal supplements) are NOT to be used long term - only a few weeks - due to potential liver/kidney damage? Things like that to consider...


Please look through the comments on other previous posts to see the various treatment protocols available. Start out with the supplements like NAC, Magnesium threonate, etc. One protocol is FLCCC. Search that online and try it. Your body needs some nutrients replenished in order to heal and not be further damaged. I would also go strict Healthy Keto - see Eric Berg and Sten Eckberg and Dr Boz M.D. about that. Then add in the intermittent fasting. Your body uses its resources to heal - getting rid of damaged cells, etc when you fast. I pray you and your family and friends can heal from this. Give your bodies what they need to do the work, though.