Getting to the root cause of health issues with Heilkunst medicine

Discover how Heilkunst medicine addresses health issues in a unique way that gets to the root cause of physical, emotional and soul/spiritual health issues in this interview with Wendy Knight Agard on Motivational Radio.

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Anthony: Good evening, ladies and gentlemen. Welcome again to another of our guest speakers. This lady is going to talk about some amazing things – - an amazing service that she’s offering. Her name is Wendy Knight Agard. Hi there, Wendy, how are you this evening?

Wendy: Hi, Anthony, I’m great. How are you?

A: I’m actually very very good. So, perhaps you would like, before we get in to exactly what it is you do, perhaps you tell can tell us a little bit about your background and how you came to be doing what you are doing?

W: Sure, sure. I’m a doctor of medical Heilkunst and I have been doing this for a few years now after about twenty years in the IT industry. So it was a big switch for me, but like many people who have become holistic health practitioners I came to it through my own health issues and the health issues of my children. After trying to solve some of our health problems in what we might call the traditional or the allopathic route to medicine, we just were not getting to the root of our problems and eventually came across a Heilkunst practitioner. And through our treatment all of us became much healthier and happier as a result. And I became intrigued with this system of medicine that was able to resolve my health issues and my children’s health issues. And so through that then I began to study Heilkunst and left my previous career and opened a practice.

A: Ok that is absolutely amazing. Perhaps you could tell us: what is Heilkunst?

W: Ok. Heilkunst is a German word that means “the art of making whole.” And the word “art” is a bit of a misnomer because it’s actually a scientific system of medicine that is focused on getting to the root cause of health issues — what are the health issues that stem from physical, emotional or soul, spiritual problems? And the key in that sentence that I just said is “root cause,” because there are are lot of ways to address symptoms these days. We have pills and all kinds of things that we can use to address symptoms. And it’s not to say that drugs and pills are never useful, sometimes they can save our lives. But, particularly for chronic issues, sometimes we have to look beyond just suppressing a symptom to getting to the root cause of what’s behind that chronic issue. And that’s where Heilkunst is really focused.

A: Right, absolutely, and I believe that modern medicine only sort of masks up the symptoms and stuff like that. So tell me, how does Heilkunst work?

W: Ok. It’s, as I said, a very broad system of medicine that includes a number of different areas. So, on a basic level that most people can probably relate to, we address things like nutrition. You know, the foundation needs to be there; if someone is eating three meals a day at a fast food restaurant, then, regardless of what we do with the other part of our work, it’s going to be hard for them to be well, because they will be out of balance nutritionally. So the first thing we address is the nutritional aspect of things. And everybody can relate to that and understand that. But there are some other key areas that need to be discussed to really start to understand Heilkunst and treating the person at the level of body, mind, soul and spirit. Because all of these areas are critical to our overall health. We can treat one, but if we treat one to the detriment of or ignore the other three, then true health is no going to be achieved.

A: Yeah.

W: So they first concept I’d like to explain around that is to discuss and explain to the listeners the idea of our life energy. And many people have different ideas about what this is, but from a scientific, Heilkunst standpoint, what I mean by our life energy is really the energy that animates us that you can’t see under a microscope. We know that we can see our cells in biochemical processes, we can do bloodwork, we can do all of this and analyze all of these things with tests and by looking at things under a microscope. But that energy that animates us is not something that we can physically see, yet we know it’s there.

A: Yeah.

W: And that life energy is divided into two parts. The first part is called the sustentive part. And when you think of the word sustentive you can think of the word sustain: that which sustains us or achieves balance. So when I was talking about nutrition earlier, you can think of sound nutrition as being something that we do to achieve good balance and to help us maintain a healthy sustentive side of our life energy. And most of us, like I said, are familiar with that. When we go to the doctor, and we’re low on vitamin c and he or she says, well, you need some vitamin c, we understand that if something is low, we can take some more of a certain nutrient and bring ourselves back into balance. And the same holds true if we take an herb or a supplement or even if we go for chiropractic care or Reiki treatment. These things are all wonderful therapies and they help us get back into balance. And so most people work very hard at retaining healthy balance on the sustentive side of their life energy. And that’s great and it’s an important part of health. But there’s another really important side of our life energy that most people are not familiar with and of course it’s equally important. And that’s called the generative side of our health. The generative side, think of the type of energy that actually creates new cells. Or the word generator. You know a power generator – -

A: Yes, of course.

W: This is what I’m talking about when I refer to the generative side of our life energy. And this side of our life energy is really where the core of the root causes exist. And so you can see that we can work really hard on nutrition, we can get lots of sleep, we can exercise, we can go to yoga, we can do all kinds of great things for our health. But if we’re only working on that sustentive side, and the root causes are actually on the generative side, you can see how we can achieve excellent balance but never get to the real root causes of our health problems. OK?

A: Yes

W: And so you’re probably thinking, Okay, but what kinds of things contribute to those health problems on the generative side? Well there is a number of things and there are two main areas: one is life events. So, some people come and say “you know, I’ve really had a great life. I really haven’t had many traumas or surgeries or car accidents or things like that.” But usually, upon more investigation, when you are working with a client it becomes clear that there have been many events that have caused stress: emotional stress, anxiety, even things like root canals and broken arms impact the body and the mind and the soul/spiritual energy in a way that Heilkunstlers understand. And so, those events contribute to impacts on our life energy on the generative side of our life energy. And if you think of a metaphor of a cup of water, like the cup of water sitting here on my desk: think of all of these life events and life traumas like one drop in the cup. And they build up and they build up until we get to the point that we’re operating in overflow mode. And then, what happens is we develop symptoms. And those symptoms can be anything. They can be physical symptoms like high cholesterol or high blood pressure. They can be emotional symptoms like anxiety or depression. And so, the symptoms can take on any form, but the key is to get back to the root causes of what was behind the body trying to resolve these health issues and create symptoms. And an easy illustration of how the generative and sustentive side work together is chickenpox. We can all relate to chickenpox because even if we haven’t had them we can probably relate to somebody who has. Have you had them?

A: Yes

W: Yeah, I’ve had them as well, when I was pregnant, unfortunately, so it was a little bit complicated. But chickenpox as you probably know, you can contract chickenpox, let’s say, on a Friday, and not know you have it until Monday or Tuesday. You know, there is an incubation period of a few days where the pathogen that is the chickenpox virus can be circulating in your system. Meanwhile you’re walking around infecting all of your friends and family, not knowing that you have chickenpox. That’s one of the reasons it’s so contagious. And so when the chickenpox virus goes into your system, it goes in on our generative side of our life energy that I was talking about. And when it gets there: you don’t feel a thing. You walk around, you go about your business, not knowing you have chickenpox and you infect others. But eventually, the sustentive side of your life energy says: hold on a minute, we have an invader in this body and now we are going to try to fight that invader. So it mounts a healing reaction. And then you get symptoms. So you might get a fever, of course, the familiar pox marks come out onto your skin and you get itchy, you might even have pain, you might have fatigue and irritability. The symptoms vary for different people but there is that general group of symptoms that we all know of as chickenpox. So that is an example of how the generative side and the sustentive side work together. And that is why the generative side is so hard for people to understand. When a trauma or something happens in your life, you may work through it. You may go to counselling or feel you’ve resolved it and you may not understand that the generative impact of that event is still sitting in your life energy. And it’s only when it builds up and builds up to the point that your sustentive side is having trouble addressing all of these issues that it starts creating symptoms. And those symptoms, as I’ve said, can manifest physically, they can manifest emotionally in a variety of ways. So, does the concept of sustentive and generative make some sense to you?

A: Ah, yes, totally. I haven’t heard of this before and I’m sitting here riveted listening to you.

W: Excellent (laughter). It’s nice to have people rivoted when I’m talking . . . And so when I talk about the concept of a true disease from a Heilkunst perspective, that’s what I’m talking about. I’m talking about an impact on the generative side of your life energy that then creates symptoms through the sustentive side trying to fight. And of course the problem is: we all get hung up on the symptoms that the sustentive side is trying to fight and we try to treat those. And as I was saying earlier, yes, we can treat them. But if a drug designed to treat cholesterol, for example, goes in an reduces that cholesterol, that’s purely acting on the sustentive side of our life energy and it’s not doing anything to address what might be behind the high cholesterol. And now some of your listeners will say, yes, but my doctor told me that high cholesterol is caused by my diet – - right? – - by eating the wrong kinds of fats and if I eat oatmeal and healthy fats then my cholesterol will drop. And that is true to a certain extent: that foods can contribute and they certainly can be triggers. But I know many people who eat a pristine diet. I even know a marathon runner, for example, that has high cholesterol and eats really well. But that’s because the root of that high cholesterol is in the generative side of that person’s life energy: life traumas and events etc. that have built up to create that cup that overflows. And sometimes people will ask me: well, yeah but that doesn’t explain why an 18 month old baby gets sick, like my kids got sick, right? They had all kinds of allergies and eczema and problems. And they were very young. And so then you have to ask the question: they had a very short life timeline, what on earth could cause their cup to overflow so quickly? And that’s an excellent question. There are two issues there and one of them is that some of us come in with a smaller cup. If we continue the metaphor: some of us come in with a really tiny cup. And other people come in with a big one that can take a lot before it overflows. And the thing that is behind the size of your cup, so to speak, is something called your inherited miasms, that’s M-I-A-S-M, miasm. Another word for that is just predisposition. So we all have these predispositions as we all know. People come to me all of the time and say, “I’m destined to have heart disease because heart disease is in my family. My father has it, my uncles have it, my aunt has it, whatever, we think that there’s not much that we can do to address that inherited position, but in fact there is. Because I’m not talking about genetics and changing the color of people’s eyes. I’m talking about something that exists on an energetic level, again. Remember, I’m talking about life energy. And these inherited predispositions can be addressed by working on this generative side of our life energy. And so somebody who was born with a predisposition towards cancer or heart disease or whatever — in my case eczema. Whatever it may be can actually work on the roots of what’s behind that inherited predisposition. And the way we do that in Heilkunst is by using homeopathic remedies. So because these impingments, if you will, exist on an energetic level, we use homeopathics to address them because homeopathic remedies are also energetic. And so, we can’t use an apple, a material substance, to fight energy. We have to use energy to fight energy. And that’s where the power of the homeopathic remedies comes in. OK?

A: Alright then. So, how does Heilkunst compare to naturopathy?

W: That’s a good question and one that I get a lot. Naturopathic health care is similar to Heilkunst in some ways, but Heilkunst is very different in others. Remember when I talked earlier about the sustentive side of our life energy? A naturopath largely works on that sustentive side of our life energy. They are brilliant experts at getting us back into balance, at helping us achieve supreme nutrition, you know, through supplements, through exercise, maybe relaxation techniques, and things like that. So a naturopath is still looking largely at your symptoms but addressing them with generally healthier substances than drugs. But the generative side of our life energy is something where you need to be working in an energetic mode through something like Heilkunst to address those life traumas and inherited predispositions.

A: Alright. Now, you spoke of homeopathy before.

W: Yes.

A: How does that compare with Heilkunst?

W: Okay, that’s another good question that I’ll get asked a lot, because, as I said, Heilkunst practitioners use homeopathic remedies as one of their largest – - their main – - tool to address disease states. So then a lot of people instantly conclude “oh, you’re a homeopath” or “oh, you’re a classical homeopath.” But in fact Heilkunst is quite different from classical homeopathy. There are some principles that are the same. For example, if I am using a homeopathic remedy to address symptoms only, then I would be operating in the same way that a classical homeopath operates. And there are times when I may do that, depending on the situation of the client. So, elements of our work are similar in that we are using homeopathic remedies but it is the way in which homeopathic remedies are applied to the time line and to the inherited predispositions, in this context of the deeper root causes, where Heilkunst is different than classical homeopathy and of course we are also addressing the nutritional side in Heilkunst as well.

A: Amazing stuff. This is particularly interesting. Look, I can see how Heilkunst can address emotional issues, but let’s look on the other side of it. How does it address soul and spiritual issues and things like that, which are a big thing nowadays?

W: I know, I know, there is so much of that out there that may be difficult for a lot of people to connect with in a very real way. Because there may be some soul/spiritual longing, for example, that someone is suffering from, but yet they can’t really define it as that, right? They may come into my office and say “you know, I can’t really put a finger on what is bothering me. I go to my doctor, my general practitioner, and he says that I’m fine, my blood work’s fine. He says that I’m not depressed, but there’s something missing, there’s something, you know, that’s just not there for me in my life and I can’t put a finger on it. And those kinds of issues are usually coming from the place of the soul and spirit. And in Heilkunst there is a very deep understanding of the connections between the soul, the spirit, the mind and the body. And I know we all understand that on some level. But again, Heilkunst gets to that on a much more scientific level. We spend a lot of time as Heilkunst practitioners studying the connections between these different levels. And so if there is a disturbance at the level of soul or at the level of spirit, we know, without a doubt, that it will eventually manifest as a physical or emotional problem. I’ll give you some examples: let’s say that we have a client who is doing a job that he or she doesn’t like. So let’s say that their an insurance salesman, not to pick on insurance salesmen, but let’s just say that they’re an insurance salesman and they don’t like their job. Working in a career or a job that is not connected to your soul, that is not feeding your soul, is going to contribute, eventually, to a physical or emotional problem. And sometimes, people don’t recognize that they’re in a career that they don’t enjoy. And so working as a Heilkunst practitioner we can work to actually uncover their truth. Ok, it’s not about putting ideas people’s minds or telling them what to do. It’s about getting them to a state of health where they, themselves can start to connect with their soul’s desire and what’s called your desire function, which is the scientific term for what you should be doing in this life here on the planet. And many of us find it difficult to connect with that because life is crazy, it’s busy, we have a lot of demands, we’ve got to make a living, we’re pulled in many directions. And rarely do any of us create the space, the time, to go inward and understand what it is we really want and what will feed our soul. And so as a Heilkunst practitioner I’m working with people to help them understand that and when they do that you can see then how the physical and emotional problems tend to fall away. Because when the soul and the spirit are in a healthy place, there’s no need for that sustentive side of our life energy that I was mentioning earlier to create symptoms, to create a red flag telling us to wake up.

A: Heavens, where were you forty years ago when I needed you?

W: Laughter. I say the same thing to myself all the time: why didn’t I discover this when I was sixteen?

A: You know I went through life as a painter and I absolutely detested it. I absolutely hated every day. And finally when I got the chance to retire out of it through neck problems looking up at ceilings and stuff, I have found in retirement heaven on earth. It was the best thing I ever did. The worst part of my life were my working years.

W: And many people say that, don’t they? Don’t we hear that a lot? We hear people say things like “I just need to make it 10 more years to my retirement. I just got to get through the next ten years.” But often what happens is that by the time they retire, the fact that they were not doing what they loved and were not connected with their soul’s desire function for so long means that the physical symptoms have started to come out of the woodwork. And so often when people retire, they get sick and wonder why, but the sickness was actually building up for years.

A: Exactly. You hear of so many people that retire and 12 months or 2 years later, they’re dead.

W: Exactly. Or, like my father, for example, he retired at 60, which is considered quite young these days. He was fortunate to be able to do that, but as soon as he retired his body started falling apart. And it was from all the years of not eating well, not doing what he really loved, living out of obligation or duty, as opposed to connecting with his true desires and then it was fifteen years of health problems for him until he died at 75. And that’s very sad, because he worked very hard, very hard, for many years, but wasn’t able to enjoy his retirement in health.

A: Well, I was lucky because I retired out of the painting trade 10 or 15 years ago, but I was really far too young to be retired and I still am too young to be retired. But I’ve made good with other things and now motivational radio is absolutely my passion. I spend as much time as I can organizing it and working with it because it’s a passion of mine to help people. And I’m never going to be bored in my retirement.

W: That’s exciting to hear. That’s really exciting to hear. And don’t you wish that for everybody?

A: Absolutely. I think that if you don’t have a passion in life, and you’re hum drum working at a job, just over broke or whatever you want to call it and, you know, the clock goes off in the morning and you throw it at the cat or get up in the morning and say “Good God, it’s morning” instead of saying “Good morning, God.” You know, these are things that can certainly wear us down – -

W: Absolutely – -

A: And I found that all of my years in the painting industry, I was an employer and I employed lots of men, and I enjoyed parts of it, but it was still a trade that I absolutely hated. And I was glad to give the paint brush away. And the wife used to be after me saying “why don’t you paint this.” And “Look,” I said, “I don’t want to paint anything. We’ll get somebody in to paint. I couldn’t be bothered by it at all.”

W: You can supervise them and know if they’ve done a good job.

A: Ok, so who should be interested in scheduling an appointment with you?

W: Well, you see how we’ve been talking about all of these issues. We’ve been talking about physical conditions, we’ve been talking about emotional issues like anxiety and depression or soul/spiritual issues. So it’s people who want to get healthy at any of those levels and at all of those levels. You know, many people will come to me with a physical issue, for example, and say “my doctor says I have high cholesterol and I’d like to do something about it because I don’t like taking these statin drugs” or “they give me uncomfortable side effects.” And on a conscious level, they may be here for their cholesterol, but often on a deeper level, often on a subconscious level, people do come for the deeper soul/spiritual issues. So it doesn’t really matter why people come it just matters that they come. And so, whatever the doorway is for that individual into addressing their health — the neat thing about working on health in such a holistic and comprehensive way, is that regardless of the reason they came, they’re going to get the benefits on all four levels. Ok? So who should schedule an appointment, really, is anyone who is moved to schedule an appointment. You know, some people, as I said, will come because they want to address their cholesterol or they want to get off their anti-anxiety or anti-depression meds or they’re having hormonal issues or headaches. Whatever it may be, of course all of those people can come. People who are coming for anxiety or emotional issues: yes. I also have people who are emotionally and physically quite well but, like I said, are experiencing that sense of longing that they quite can’t put their finger on. And they also can benefit greatly from Heilkunst treatment.

A: Now I can relate to that, you know, the spiritual issues, because many a time, or just some days you will wake up and be fine physically and there’s nothing wrong with you, but something doesn’t seem right all day. You’re lost, you don’t know what you’re doing. It’s just you can’t really get a handle on the day at all. I believe that, probably from what you’ve said, is a spiritual issue.

W: Yes, absolutely. I mean I certainly was suffering from that myself. I remember going to my GP after having my first daughter and saying “something’s not right.” And he kept running tests and tests and tests and they were all coming back so-called normal. “All your blood work is fine, everything is fine, you’re not depressed, everything is functioning.” But we all know that you can function and be quite depressed. Yeah, but for me there was something else going on and for me, definitely, it was at a soul/spiritual level. Things were missing and I could not access that on my own. And so it was only when some physical symptoms really started popping up that I was paying attention. And that really is an important piece of information for people because it’s really important to understand the deeper meaning behind suffering and behind symptoms. Those symptoms are put there to help us wake up. And if you know someone who’s had cancer or another serious illness they will often come to that conclusion: you’ve probably heard stories of people saying “that tumor is the best thing that ever happened to me because I woke up and started living every day like it was my last day.” We hear those stories all the time. Sometimes it sounds a bit hokey, but when you study it you recognize it’s not hokey at all. There are some very serious patterns there, and a level of scientific understanding behind those connections and that’s why some people who have been through those experiences, wake up to that fact.

A: Right. I understand exactly. I know exactly where you’re coming from, Wendy. I wonder, you know, we have a few minutes left, perhaps you could walk me through the process of how you start to work with a client or patient.

W: Ok. So typically what I do is a ninety minute intake appointment where in advance I get clients to fill out an intake form that goes through everything from the reasons they think they’d like to see me to recent surgeries, drugs, nutrients that they’re on, any other remedies they could be taking, allergies, all of those things, as well as diet. We go through a typical day of what they eat, when they eat, protein sources, greens sources, all of the important components, sleep, exercise, and their family history. Remember when I was talking about inherited predispositions: by understanding what someone’s family history was and what allopathic disease names they’ve had in their family, it gives me some clues as to what their inherited predispositions might be. So we spend a lot of time in this 90 minutes just going over this personal history and helping the person understand some basics about nutrition and things like that. Some people will come in already eating very well. They may have been to a naturopath, for example, or they’ve just taken it upon themselves to eat very well and in that case, that’s fine, we might not spend much time on that, we might just fine tune that a little bit. And some of the things that are different on the nutritional side in Heilkunst is the understanding, again, of the life energy. So it’s not just about taking any kind of vitamin C; it’s about taking a vitamin C that is as close to the original source as possible. Because this matters to your body. Your body does not receive what’s called a fractionated supplement the same way that it will receive a mouthful of broccoli. It knows on some level that the broccoli is real food that was grown in the earth and that a fractionated supplement is a bit of a foreign substance that’s been manufactured in a lab somewhere. And it receives those two substances differently. So there’s a lot of education that goes on in the initial appointment as well to help people understand things like, even though they might be taking supplements, for example, the quality of the supplements that they’re taking or the quality of the life energy of the food they’re eating may not be as good as it could be. Ok? The other thing I do is explain a lot of what we’re talking about to help people understand a little bit about the process and to understand and write their timeline, which is that list of events I was talking about: whether they were emotionally traumatic, whether they were physically traumatic, and to get them to even include in there things they may not have thought were traumatic. For example, dental work is very hard on the system, particularly root canals, because they go so deep. And I’ve had many people say “oh, I forgot to tell you about my root canals,” thinking it’s no big deal: it’s just dental work. But again, when you’re looking at a body in a holistic way, you understand that the teeth are still part of our bodies and they have very deep roots and when dental work has occurred at that deep of a level into the root, there are often latent issues that are going on with that root canal that I would have to treat for at an energetic level using homeopathic remedies. So that initial appointment is a lot about taking in that information, explaining to the client how we’re going to be working, making sure that they are comfortable with the process because we are working with remedies in a way that they have probably not experienced with any other practitioner before. I allow them to ask questions, and to even allow me to understand who that person is on some level. In Heilkunst we have this concept called the constitution or the genotype and that is not a disease state, but it describes who we are in a state of health and who we are one level behind our personality. Because people like to conclude: “Oh, you mean my personality.” Well, no, I mean even behind that. It’s kind of like who you came into the world as before the stresses of life got to you. And if I can understand that about someone early on, it helps me as a practitioner support them through the process. It helps me understand how they’re going to respond to remedies, because some constitutional types are more sensitive; others need higher potencies before anything works . . . It helps me understand how they navigate the world. People who are sensitive physically are also often sensitive emotionally, right? So you could have two people that experience the same event, such as a broken arm when they were a child and one person would say “Oh, it was so much fun: I got to go to the hospital, they put a cast on, they gave me candy at the hospital, all my friends signed the cast, it was fantastic. I loved having that broken arm.” And another person would take that exact same experience and say “Oh my goodness, it was horrific. I was terrified to walk in through those hospital doors, the doctor was tall and imposing, I was terrified of the x-ray machine, I screamed so hard they had to give me a sedative to keep my arm still.” And you can see how that same event can be perceived totally differently by two different people. And so when I assess and try to understand that person’s constitution, it helps me understand how they’re going to react to treatment as we go through and support them in the best way that I can. And so that’s the initial appointment. We have a lot of fact finding on both sides so that we both feel comfortable with the process. And then, after that, typically people will come once a month, some people come more often because they want to work more on the therapeutic education side of what I do so they want the counselling and coaching and conversation part of our work. But often, they’ll come once a month and each month I will address a time line event. And so, let’s say at the age of forty-five that I am, I may have 20 events on my time line. I will work through each of those in reverse order of time because they have built up in your system in chronological order, but we want to work backwards because we want to gently, to use another metaphor, peel the layers of the onion. And so, generally, people will come to see me once a month, and we will address a time line event and slowly work backwards through their timeline as well as adjusting anything on the nutritional side, on that sustentive side of our life energy. And working with them to understand how they’re feeling, how they’re doing emotionally, any shifts or changes that they’ve noticed on any of those four levels that we’ve talked about and supporting them with remedies through that process. So it’s a real process.

A: Absolutely wonderful. You mentioned vitamins and things like that and you’re right. These supplements are nowhere near as good for you as the raw stuff, right from the source. I’ve always believed in that. And broccoli and fruits and veggies and all that sort of thing are so wonderful for you. So where is all of this wonderful information you’re giving us. Where can our listeners find out more about Heilkunst?

W: Well they can certainly go to my website. It’s and from there, there’s a wealth of information explaining some of the things we’re talking about, there’s a resource page with links to the school that certifies Heilkunst practitioners and the Canadian International Heilkunst Association if people want to find out more about the regulatory body that oversees Doctors of Medical Heilkunst, there’s articles, there’s all kinds of information there, that’s helpful. And another important thing I forgot to mention when I was talking about the process, which you’ll see on the site as well is that, because Heilkunst, the practice, is a conversation between practitioner and client, clients can be anywhere to be treated by me. So often I have clients that don’t live anywhere near where I live. They may be in a different country, they may be across the country, but through phone conversations, particularly with Skype, these days, it’s very easy, just as you and I are talking, to connect and have the consultation by phone and simply mail any of the remedies required.

A: Look, absolutely. I totally agree with you: Skype has made the communication and the world a lot more vast and has made the communication and the planet a lot smaller. Although we’re a large world with lots of people but the communication has shrunk that down. Could you just tell us your website again.

W: Sure. It’s and the phone number in North America is 866-925-WELL or 866-925-9355. That’s toll free in North America.

A: Well thanks. We have been speaking with Wendy Knight Agard, DMH, DHHP, Doctor of Medical Heilkunst and Homeopathy at True Health Holistic. Once again, her website is Of course, her telephone number is 866-925-WELL – that’s 9355 at the end of it. Ok, listen, it’s been wonderful you sparing some time to come along and talk to our listeners and I’m sure they’re going to get a lot out of this because it’s certainly made me stop and take notice.

W: Well it was a pleasure talking to you Anthony, any time.

A: Look, thank you very much. As I say, time is valuable, and obviously you’re a very busy lady and it’s so nice to talk to you and, you know, we would certainly entertain the idea of having you back here again.

W: Well I’d love to. That would be great. There would be so many topics that we could discuss in more detail.

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