I’ve been taking classes on how to be more responsible for myself naturally because, my Naturopath became a burden to my pocket. I have no insurance, and I don’t make a great deal of money as a
massage therapist. Visits were at least every six weeks. He did more talking (irrelavant to my case) than evaluating. The supplements I could find (same brand) for at least 1/2 the price elsewhere,
but was left to trusting him for my first supply. I wasn’t even sure why I was taking some of them. I’ve been reading as many of your articles as I can, in order to get a clue about what’s best for
me. YOUR GREAT! But there are times when I feel I need expert advice on how my body feels. Though I felt taken advantage of by my Naturopath. Can you give me an idea on how to ID a good one on this
side of the world? What would be a typical intake? Price?
Answer by Dherbs
Hmmm! Intake, Price? That’s going to vary! The best way to determine anything is based upon your intuition (energy). A good ND listens to you! Their price is pretty economical, or they will work
with you to help you out financially. They don’t push their products on you, they just inform you on what you need. They let you know you have free will and choice! A good ND will allow you to ask
questions and give you answers that suffice your questions.