Former MAFS star Tracey Jewel fighting coronavirus with vibrational healing

Former Married At First Sight star Tracey Jewel encouraged her fans on Saturday to consider ‘vibrational healing and bioenergetic boosting’ to prevent getting the coronavirus.

In a video shared to Instagram, the 37-year-old promoted the benefits of a new age medical device called Healy that claims to boost one’s immune system.

The entrepreneur added in the post’s caption that it’s important to ‘keep our vibrations high’ amid the coronavirus pandemic. 

Alternative methods: Former Married At First Sight star Tracey Jewel, 37, told fans in a video on Saturday that she's preparing to fight coronavirus with 'vibrational healing and bioenergetic boosting'

Alternative methods: Former Married At First Sight star Tracey Jewel, 37, told fans in a video on Saturday that she's preparing to fight coronavirus with 'vibrational healing and bioenergetic boosting'

Alternative methods: Former Married At First Sight star Tracey Jewel, 37, told fans in a video on Saturday that she’s preparing to fight coronavirus with ‘vibrational healing and bioenergetic boosting’ 

Seated in the back of a car in Sydney, Tracey began by addressing the nation’s fears regarding the spread of coronavirus.

‘There’s a lot of fear and insecurity and uncertainty about coronavirus and here in Sydney, you can feel the energy,’ she said. 

Tracey promoted Healy’s device and encouraged her fans to keep ‘vibrations high’. 

‘Here at Healy, we’re all about good vibes. We are hiring Healy [products] and offering programs across Australia to boost your immune system, bioenergetics [and] increase your protection. We’re here to help,’ she said.   

Vibrational healing: The entrepreneur promoted the benefits of Healy's medical device in supporting the immune system. The vibrational device can be attached to one's body and is said to aid in disturbed cell metabolism

Vibrational healing: The entrepreneur promoted the benefits of Healy's medical device in supporting the immune system. The vibrational device can be attached to one's body and is said to aid in disturbed cell metabolism

Vibrational healing: The entrepreneur promoted the benefits of Healy’s medical device in supporting the immune system. The vibrational device can be attached to one’s body and is said to aid in disturbed cell metabolism 

Tracey told Daily Mail Australia on Saturday that she uses the Healy device to ‘support’ her immunity.

‘I’ve found lots of personal benefits on many aspects from using this holistic device,’ she explained.  

Healy Australia offers in-person or online sessions that introduces participants to the brand’s medical device and mobile app.

Using quantum physics, the product is said to ‘analyse and heal your individual specific bioenergetic frequencies’. 

Programs: Tracey previously revealed that Healy Australia offers in-person or online sessions that introduces participants to the brand's medical device and mobile app

Programs: Tracey previously revealed that Healy Australia offers in-person or online sessions that introduces participants to the brand's medical device and mobile app

Programs: Tracey previously revealed that Healy Australia offers in-person or online sessions that introduces participants to the brand’s medical device and mobile app 

The vibrational device can be attached to one’s body, and is said to aid in disturbed cell metabolism.   

On the Healy website, a disclaimer states that the device is ‘for the treatment of chronic pain, fibromyalgia, skeletal pain and migraines, as well as the adjuvant therapy of mental illness including depression, anxiety and sleep disorders’. 

However ‘all other applications of Healy are not recognised by conventional medicine due to lack of evidence in the sense of conventional medicine’.   

Disease: Coronavirus (COVID-19) is a respiratory illness accompanied by fever, coughing, sore throat, shortness of breath and fatigue. It can produce pneumonia. Pictured: a security guard wearing a face mask in Sydney

Disease: Coronavirus (COVID-19) is a respiratory illness accompanied by fever, coughing, sore throat, shortness of breath and fatigue. It can produce pneumonia. Pictured: a security guard wearing a face mask in Sydney

Disease: Coronavirus (COVID-19) is a respiratory illness accompanied by fever, coughing, sore throat, shortness of breath and fatigue. It can produce pneumonia. Pictured: a security guard wearing a face mask in Sydney 

Statistics: As of March 14, the total number of Australians diagnosed with coronavirus (COVID-19) is now 227, including three deaths

Statistics: As of March 14, the total number of Australians diagnosed with coronavirus (COVID-19) is now 227, including three deaths

Statistics: As of March 14, the total number of Australians diagnosed with coronavirus (COVID-19) is now 227, including three deaths

Coronavirus (COVID-19) is a respiratory illness accompanied by fever, coughing, sore throat, shortness of breath and fatigue. It can produce pneumonia.

The spread of the disease, which began in Wuhan, China, has seen over 145,000 cases worldwide and more than 5,400 fatalities.

As of the afternoon of Saturday March 14, the total number of Australians diagnosed with the virus was 227, including three deaths.  

New lifestyle: Meanwhile in December, Tracey revealed on The Witchcast podcast that she had turned to witchcraft following a challenging two years in the spotlight

New lifestyle: Meanwhile in December, Tracey revealed on The Witchcast podcast that she had turned to witchcraft following a challenging two years in the spotlight

New lifestyle: Meanwhile in December, Tracey revealed on The Witchcast podcast that she had turned to witchcraft following a challenging two years in the spotlight 

Meanwhile in December, Tracey revealed on The Witchcast podcast that she had turned to witchcraft following a challenging two years in the spotlight.

‘It’s just a way of being for me… It’s always been my source of peace and comfort in those really tough times and it’s certainly something that came in handy [when I was] about to be catapulted into a public profile [on MAFS],’ she said. 

When asked about her ‘divination tools’, Tracey revealed: ‘I have an altar full of sticks and twigs, and I don’t even know where half of them have come from anymore. They’re just all together, I just love it.’ 

Tracey is also a flower essence practitioner and has founded business Bloom Blends.

The essences contain artesian well spring water, are organic, and are said to harmonise the mind and body.   

Comfort: 'It's just a way of being for me... It's always been my source of peace and comfort in those really tough times and it's certainly something that came in handy [when I was] about to be catapulted into a public profile [on MAFS],' she said

Comfort: 'It's just a way of being for me... It's always been my source of peace and comfort in those really tough times and it's certainly something that came in handy [when I was] about to be catapulted into a public profile [on MAFS],' she said

Comfort: ‘It’s just a way of being for me… It’s always been my source of peace and comfort in those really tough times and it’s certainly something that came in handy [when I was] about to be catapulted into a public profile [on MAFS],’ she said 

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