Best Heilkunst Health Strategies During The Lockdown

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Jeff Korentayer
Why, hello Allyson! Fancy meeting you here.

Allyson McQuinn
How are you doing today, Jeff?

Jeff Korentayer
Pretty well, thank you. Pretty well. So, well, just to let you know, but let the audience know, that we’re here for our presentation (or a class if you’d like to call it) on Heilkunst health strategies during the lockdown. And I will go to our slides in just a moment. But I do want to explain a little bit of we’re doing a little bit of an unusual format today. As far as the fee, normally we would charge a fee for the class. In this case, given the worldwide economic situation, we decided to go on a donation basis because we know the economics have changed for so many people, their lives have changed. And we do want this class to be available for everyone regardless of ability to make a donation or not. But I know a lot of us still are relatively in a similar financial place (a stable place), we have that link. I just put it up on the bottom of the screen at our website arcanum.ca/lockdown. But as I say, if you are not able to make a donation for this class, don’t feel badly; don’t leave. Just please benefit from the information we wanted available to everyone. So I just wanted to explain a little bit why we changed the format for our class. But I will get ready for our slides now. Just give me a second. There’s some buttons to push here.

Allyson McQuinn
I’m so excited to see people writing on this side and saying, “Hello,” and “It’s so awesome.” Some of you we’ve not been in contact for many, many years. And so I love the chats that we get today to reconnect with you. It makes my heart very full especially during this pandemic because contact with our beloved friends, colleagues, and even some patients had been quite limited. So thank you so much for writing and attending today.

Jeff Korentayer
It is. And this is interesting. I mean, here we are in this house arrest situation worldwide. But yet we can see all our friends online. So at least there’s something. I mean, it is certainly not everything; but it’s something. So, I’m gonna turn to our slideshow. And please feel free to put your questions and the comments whether you’re watching on Facebook or on YouTube. Same way, you can just type your question there. And definitely at the end, I’ll come back and check the questions. And perhaps, periodically through the presentation I may check by. We’ll see how things are flowing. But just so you know, your question won’t be lost and we will see it sooner than later. Okay, so let me switch this screen over here. Maybe, actually speaking of typing your comments, if anyone could just type some kind of “yes” for confirmation that they’re seeing the slides on the screen now. It says “Heilkunst health strategies”. There’s a little clothespin (little character) just hanging out there. Actually, I guess I need to wait maybe 20 or 30 seconds. I know there’s a delay between when we talk and then when the audience hears it. Okay. So yes, we are getting a confirmation. And okay, so here we are. So let me have one more thing to switch on my screen. But, Allyson, do you want to give any overview comments or any general thought you have aside from any of the details, but any general thoughts before we get into?

Allyson McQuinn
Well, I’d like to speak a little bit to what’s been going on behind the scenes with regards to our own research. And, of course, in times like this, even for us Heilkunst physicians were mystified, confused. Just like everybody else, we react the same way. And of course, the second thought is, “Oh my gosh, how do we support our beloved patients through this process? And medically, what is it that we need to do in order to make sure that the curative principles are applied in a time like this – when we’re not always exactly sure what’s transpiring?” So, an enormous amount of research, just so you know, 100 of us (colleagues) have been working diligently behind the scenes to make sure that we have everything in our toolbox to be able to support, nurture, detox and provide medicine homeopathically to our patients. So just so you know, we have a lot of that to share with you today and we’re really excited about that. It is an exciting time in some ways for some of us when we actually figure out what the heck is going on.

Jeff Korentayer
Yeah, well, good to hear all that, Allyson. I thought I was the only one. It was in my mind some days. First a little bit of a joke. It’s no secret as to what’s going on in your spouse’s world. Okay. And thank you for that, Allyson. And that’s actually a good lead in to the first slide I thought of this presentation.

If you’ve seen any of my recent videos, I’ve actually used this slide a couple of times. And there’s a good reason for that. But on the tail of what you just said, Allyson, amidst all the confusion and everything changing and all the questions and everything going on, I realize I get tremendous comfort when I can actually go back to something that’s solid. As far as the basic laws of nature, the basic structure of Heilkunst, to know how the treatment works, how the remedies work, all the principles work. Those don’t change. As I said, the world can kind of be turned upside down and all the stuff we’re going through right now. But how we respond to remedies, how we respond to other therapeutics, how we respond to even basic ideas, how ideas affect us, how the truth affects us, goes back to the very basic principles of Heilkunst. And very, very, very brief recap of what’s on this slide. I’ll just remind anyone or maybe if you’re learning this for the first time, there are three (and only three) jurisdictions in the whole therapeutic framework of Heilkunst. And it’s not just Heilkunst that has these concepts. I mean, Heilkunst is pretty much the only place that consciously expresses these concepts. But it’s whether you’re going for massage, whether you’re going to see your MD, whether you’re going to a naturopath, whatever kind of therapy you’re involved in (of course, home remedies and Google research), whatever the health situation is, it will fit into at least one of these three jurisdictions, and no more. We’re not going to discover a fourth jurisdiction tomorrow. There’s just these three. So the first one is “therapeutic regimen” that has to do with the realm of balance. And actually, Allyson, I’m just going to mute you for a second. I think, is that the dog you have in the background? I’m going to mute your mic, but don’t forget to unmute yourself when you’re going to go talk.

“Trio” by Dako Huang https://flic.kr/p/vpHhZt

Jeff Korentayer
So as I was saying, the first realm of therapeutic regimen is the realm of balance or imbalance. And the basic principle there is the law of opposites. Right. If you have too much of something, you need to take some away; if you have a deficiency in something, you need to add more. So the classic example, back before vitamin C was readily available here around, scurvy used to be a big medical problem. So that was a vitamin C deficiency. So in that case, all you need to do is give someone enough vitamin C, and they will resolve that health problem. So that’s the therapeutic regimen. The second area of “therapeutic medicine” is what we spend a lot of our days (with a lot of our time with patients in clinic) is around the homeopathic medicines. And that’s what we mean by therapeutic medicine. We’re talking about the law of similars, like cures like, giving the homeopathic remedies for certain symptoms; of course, we do a lot of treatment of timeline events; we get into the chronic miasms and the genetic diseases. So all of that and more other things fall into that realm of therapeutic medicine, where we use, as I said, the law of similars (like cures like). And we can actually cure disease that’s going on at a certain level in the person’s organism. And the final of the three jurisdictions is the “therapeutic education”. And that is, in a sense, though, I find the most difficult area to summarize. It’s a very vast area. But ultimately, it’s really about the whole issue of how as an individual, as a person, as a family, as a community, the whole realm of human activity, how are we engaged with the truth? And I know that sounds like a bit of a loaded question in a way. But it’s absolutely foundational to what’s going on in our health, the kinds of diseases and other health issues that can develop if we’re living outside of truth. And to put it simply, that can be as simple as you’re living in true relationships with your spouse, with your family, with community with the people around you? Are you doing the right work? I suppose to, are you doing a job that you feel you have to do? Because that’s what your parents paid for you to go to university or something like that. But you kind of let your dreams dry up, rather than pursuing them. So anyways, I’m just giving you a couple of examples. But this is truly a very, very vast area. And we can probably do many, many weeks worth of presentations just on introducing that area. So I’m just gonna leave it at that. But there we go. I’m going to turn Allyson’s microphone back on, unless it already is. And yeah, and that’s just to give us an overview, everything we talked about today. And you can you can test us if you think we’ve strayed into some made up fourth jurisdiction of health that we seem to be making up. You can call us on that, but I can pretty much guarantee we’re not going to stray outside of three jurisdictions. That’s a pretty rock solid foundation for us. So yeah, so there we are. So that’s my intro. Allyson, I will turn it over to you if you want to launch into the first slide on “water intake”. And, of course, I’ll comment as you are going through the points as well.

Allyson McQuinn
With pleasure. Thank you, Jeff. So with regards to regimen, we know that there are four cardinal points in regimen being water, diet, sleep, and recreation. Recreation also has exercise and just fun, playing. And part of the whole aspect of water is that we need a clean source. And that clean source, often, is difficult if you’re living in a big city or near farms where there’s runoff from pollutants and chemical sprayed on crops and that kind of thing. And so really, people have had to be very resourceful over time in order to access a clean source. You think this would be something that would just be available to everybody and actually should be on the planet. So in our realm, the best thing to really look for is pH balanced water. And a lot of people are using filters from home, making sure that their wells are properly tested, sometimes comes back with heavy metals. And in drainage, in organ support dropper (and we’ll get into this a little bit later in the presentation), is that we have had to customize over time medically (in a medicine jurisdiction) in order to help people really cope with what it is they have specific in their realm. So for example, there sometimes are higher levels of arsenicum or arsenic in their water. And we will give a drainage, an organ support dropper, that helps to detox from that regularly. Bottled water sometimes has to be what we do. It’s not the ideal source. Hydrogen water also has been proven to be more positive over time for our health. So the idea being is to avoid tap water that contains fluoride, chlorine, estradiol. Because a lot of people may not realize, but what’s being urinated out in a large city actually shows up in the water supply. Estradiol comes from the birth control pill. And what we’re finding in our young males, to be candid, is really estriol or estrogen showing up in their bodies in higher levels than ever before. Which is very concerning because it’s producing breast tissue; the testes will will shrink; we’re seeing a lot of infertility in many cases as a result of this. So ACE inhibitors, traces of lead, antibiotics, antidepressant, beta-blockers, all of these things are very concerning in the water supply. When we used to live in the city in Ottawa, we would drive up to a place in Chelsea, Quebec. That was a stream coming out of an artesian well, very deep in the earth, and we would actually fill up glass water bottles and bring them back to our home. The unfortunate thing where we live here in Mexico, we actually have to be on water bottles from trusted sources, but it’s not the ideal. When we get back to Canada in the summer, we actually live on a mountain in New Brunswick in the middle of nowhere, and we have fresh water right on the tap. And it’s absolutely gorgeous. So try and avoid distilled and reverse osmosis water, which is stripped of minerals. Now if you have to use that source, we recommend using sole brine. And again, you can look at the sole brine blog right on arcanum.ca. And that will explain a little bit about how we use sole, which is Himalayan salt. Really, not just to provide the 80 minerals that our bodies need from the earth that we fail access in our bodies all of the time, but the other thing too, is that it’s very neutralizing. So people that have pH issues can be very much helped by sole brine.

Jeff Korentayer
Actually, thanks for reminding me. I’m just gonna put the link to our posts on that right in the comments here. Technically, it’s easy and straightforward to do once you understand how to do it. Yeah, so let me try. I’m just flipping through a few screens here. You don’t see me doing that in the background. But yeah, I put that link up and you’ll be able to if you don’t know how already how to make that sole brine at home. It’s one of the easiest, inexpensive but very powerful things you can do for your health in general, but very specifically related to the water intake. And actually, I don’t think we put this in in any of the slides. This is a thought I’m just having as I was listening to Allyson, is we have such a foundational basis in water and hydration as far as our health goes. And the sole brine is a very powerful tool, as I just said. But the other thing that I’m thinking about is something called sequential eating. You’re still using the word sequential. So when we talk about treating the timeline, we talk about sequential timeline therapy with homeopathic medicines. But even before we get to medicines, we do something called sequential eating. And the basic idea of that, it relates to water very much. The word ‘sequence’ has to do with when you have a meal (or really spread over the whole day), you want to have the more watery things earlier and the more solid dense things later. So if you think of the traditional sequence, when you go to a restaurant or the traditional meal sequence, first they take your drink order. That’s highly liquid right? Then they take your order for an appetizer that’s usually like a soup or salad. Again something with a high liquid content. And then you get into the the actual the meal itself. The entree has typically the more dense foods – the dense protein sources and the other dense and solid foods we eat during the meal. And then, there’s no then. That, ideally, should be the end. Of course, we then go on into dessert (and other things afterwards) that tends to disrupt the sequence a little bit. You could get into less dense things for dessert. So, strictly speaking, you’re kind of falling out of sequential eating at that point. But the basic idea (if you do follow it, and I could have added at the beginning), have a good glass or two of water, like 20 minutes before your meal so that you’re kind of priming all your digestive juices. And, as I said, that whole idea of sequential eating is, in my mind, it’s part of the idea of hydration because it’s not just talking about how many glasses of water you drink a day, but how do you structure your day so you’re maximizing how much water you’re getting at those kind of optimal digestive times, right? When you don’t have other things digesting your stomach. Anyways, it just makes a mess of everything the more you break up that sequence. So, okay, here we are. So Allyson, to do want to jump back in on this slide?

Allyson McQuinn
Sure. So nutritional tips that we recommend if we don’t have a person’s blood type. So this is really important because we work on the basis of typology. As you may know, in allopathic medicine, they’ll say, “Oh, don’t meat,” or “Restrict your salt.” And it’s like, “Wait a second. We’re all individuals.” And what we know from 70 years of research of Dr. D’adamo (and his father was also a scientist and physician) is that “eat right for your blood type” is the most resonant form of consuming foods that actually can be metabolized and digested well by your body. We’ve also backed this up with about 30 years of live blood analysis because we just wanted to check if Dr. D’adamo’s research was spot on. And Jeff and I have been in practice for almost 20 years now. We can tell you, after serving hundreds of patients, thousands of patients, around the world that it is valid and spot on. So before you even come to start working with us (and you’ll know if you have spent time working with us), that is really the go to for relatively healthy patient. We have other adrenal supports, endocrine supports, if somebody has been kind of out of whack for a long period of time. But we’re not going to get into this as that goes beyond the scope of our talk today. But again, for niche, basic nutritional tips: drink lots of water; avoid sugar, carbohydrates, refined flours; in some cases, very harmful, for example, for an O blood type to be drinking coffee, that will actually destroy their adrenals; and stay on point as much as you possibly can with your blood type, eating right for your blood type (this is the first thing when you contact our clinic that we actually will recommend); have two weeks of non perishables stored away or expecting in the next week or two that there may be a bit of an outage for three to five days. Which means that we lovingly want to actually tell you to store food – non perishables and water in your home. Canadian and American websites will recommend two weeks. So just to be… Don’t you love Mexico, Jeff? Like when you’re you’re talking, there’s always a chihuahua barking or a birdie tweeting outside the window or somebody’s yelling down the callejón. So, yeah, just to make sure that, out of love and self-care, just make sure that you have that on board. Just in case for whatever reason – pandemics, declared state of emergency, those kinds of things. So that’s always good advice, I think.

Jeff Korentayer
Okay. Yeah, thank you for that. I don’t think I have anything special. Of course, nutrition. It’s a topic that we could spend all day on. But no, I think you’ve given the basics very well there. So what do we have? Oh, yes. Well, once again, I’ll turn this back to you, if you want to talk about these supplements. They are pretty basic, I suppose. But if you have any special comments, I’ll send off (inaudble).

 

Allyson McQuinn
Yeah. So, with regards to suggested supplements, this is something that we do on an individual basis, for sure. But during a time like this, the idea being is that we really want to build up our system to make sure that it actually has all its resources to face the COVID-19 or SARS-Cov-2 is it otherwise is known. Vitamin A, so cod liver oil and 2-3000mg. People always say, “Oh, what brand do you recommend?” Well, we look for a trusted source. So that’s never what we find in a pharmacy. That we will order online ourselves. We will also go to a health food store, when it’s available, to get our sources. And so we don’t engage in like multi-level marketing. We, actually, ourselves will choose a trusted source that’s on sale, because that’s just who we are. Vitamin B is really important when you’re under stress. Vitamin C is critical. And what we know is that some hospitals now are actually using vitamin C to successfully treat COVID patients. Vitamin D is really important and critical. So get out in the sun for at least 20 minutes a day. Again, if you’re not able to do that, which would equal about 400 IU of vitamin D, then the idea being is that you’d have to supplement. So we’re Canadian, and we always have supplemented in the wintertime. Thank goodness we’re getting back into spring now because vitamin D is more readily available naturally. Vitamin E for repairing any tissue damage. And zinc, which is actually really important for your immune function. In some cases, where we’re seeing 5G starting to be installed in some larger cities, we recommend nascent iodine to support the thyroid; kelp and Brazil nuts which has a high level of selenium. Selenium is really important. And a lot of people are actually taking selenium on its own. And if you don’t know, it’s because it actually helps to absorb the iodine and kelp in the thyroid. You can take a selenium supplement. It’s just that cost wise and natural wise, we try to actually use natural or food sources as much as possible.

Jeff Korentayer
That’s, I mean, I’ll just amplify that point. I don’t know that I’m gonna add much to what you just said, Allyson. But the other thing about naturally sourced vitamins, whole foods, organic foods and really nutrient dense foods. Of course, that’s the high benchmark of what we’re looking for in nutrition now given our challenges in our modern world as far as health food is grown and what the nutritional sources are like these days, given the other toxins, the stresses in our life, all these kinds of things. This is where the word supplement comes from, right? It’s you’re supplementing what should be there more or less than the diet. But of course, you know, the modern world being what it is, there is a role for supplements. But as I say, that principle needs to be kept in mind, which you just highlighted, Allyson. Ideally, we’re trying to source those natural whole foods, which are just jam-packed with nutrition. But, as you say, the pollution and everything else being what it is, then yes, this is why we turn to supplements. So the main point here, of course, being don’t totally replace your good healthy diet with a world full of pills every morning or so. That’s not quite so the way we want to go. But I say certainly now, they do make for good adjuncts to what we should already have as far as nutrition.

Allyson McQuinn
Well said. And we know from doing live blood analysis with patients, like I say, for we have those results through our study for about 30 years is that people will show up and they look like walking vitamins because of all the supplements they take. But if you take those supplements away, which has been done through live blood analysis, you see that the person actually is quite crashed with regards to their endocrine or adrenal system, their thyroid. You want to make sure that you are vitally healthy at your source. And that you are right, Jeff, that you are just supplementing and not boying up your lifeforce in a false construct.

Jeff Korentayer
And actually, thank you. Also, you just reminded me. By the way, you said that if we think back to this earlier slide on the three jurisdictions, there’s good points in there as far as the nutrition we’re talking about. And when you, Allyson, just mentioned the live blood, you reminded me that’s a very interesting thing. We’re seeing feedback in patients, as far as their live blood analysis goes, which is that they use supplements to such a degree in their life, that it actually… Yes, at a base level, they’re getting some nutrition out of that. But at another level, because of the way they’re overdriving the supplements, it actually becomes a mechanism for suppressing other issues in their life – other emotional issues, things like that. If we think back to those three jurisdictions I introduced at the beginning, (that’s where) the attempt there that’s happening there is to use regimen for something that actually should be addressed at one of the other two levels – either the medicine jurisdiction, or the education jurisdiction. Things that aren’t being addressed at that level are being carpeted over with that excessive amount of supplementation. So anyways, just to say that, yes, there’s lots of good we could get from supplements just like we’re talking about. But there’s a dark side as well. But a lot of people don’t have much awareness about it. They don’t realize they’re necessarily doing something very suppressive for themselves, depending on how they’re using their supplements.

Jeff Korentayer
Okay, so this is a fun slide. So, Allyson, maybe I’ll start into this. I don’t keep putting you on the spot every slide. But yeah, you have some nice things outlined here. The slow burn, and the… Oh, actually, you have some different cardio here, but I’m going to actually spell out a principle behind some of the cardio. But, yeah, you do have the slow burn here. That’s one of the main forms of exercise we’re looking at because that’s a form of strength-training or weight-bearing exercises. And I was never like a weight guy. I never liked going to the gym for pumping iron and that wasn’t my thing. I like cardio and other kinds of exercise, personally. But when I was introduced to slow burn, it was a total revolutionary thing in my life, personally. And it’s an amazing way of doing it because it’s very… I’m not on screen right now. Even if I was, it’s kind of hard to show on this little tiny screen. But it’s basically, we all know what weight-bearing exercise looks like and pumping iron at the gym and everything. But the name “slow burn” has to do with extremely slow movement. Where the arm or the leg, whatever exercise you’re doing, you just do those reps like you’re watching a slow motion replay of the the latest sports game or whatever. It’s super, super slow, like so your arm could be going from your hip level all the way up to your shoulder over like a 12 or 15 or even 20 seconds slow timeframe. And then that same slow timeframe to bring it all the way back down. So that one rep, it takes like half a minute or something like that (for you to do one rep). Usually, we see people doing reps really at a high velocity, which is kind of dangerous. You can actually injure yourself a lot more. But the slow burn, you do this very, very, very slow reps. And you can only do about three, maybe four, reps of each given exercise before you’ve ridden the muscle to a point of complete exhaustion. And that’s called muscle fatigue. In fact, that’s actually a good thing. That’s the point of that exercise, where you can basically burn through all the muscle energy and all the different muscle fibers through three different layers of the muscle. And that’s just good for the muscle. It’s actually good for your immune system. It’s good for everything. It’s good for your hormones. It’s not about becoming a big super pumped up bodybuilder, go to a competition or something like that. But it’s more about toning, as I just said, you’re immune system and your whole system. It’s super powerful form of exercise. As I just said, it’s safer. It’s actually, you know, I love doing it. As I said personally, it’s just at the end of it, I just feel this whole body kind of warmth. And I feel there’s the burn part right on that muscle burning to its ultimate fatigue point. You just feel it over your whole body. So I really love that a lot. And then I’ll send you on the slide, you’ve put some of the examples of cardio like jumping rope. And actually, I guess that’s your only cardio example. My eyes are just catching all the points here. But the jump rope, or really any form of cardio, benefit counterpoint to the slow burn. And we do something that has different names – you can either call it “PACE” or you can talk about what’s the other name of it, “interval training”. So whether it’s running, whether it’s cycling, the whole idea is of these forms (“PACE”, “interval training”, that is another name I’m thinking of at the moment), the whole idea of that for cardio is that you’re doing these really intensive bursts of exercise. Like whether that’s jump rope or pick your favorite, you’re doing like 30 seconds of as fast as and as intense as you go. Right? And if your thing is running or jogging, you’re running as fast as you can, as if you’re being chased by a bear or something like that. Right? So you’re going full out. And then after that 30 seconds, then you do 90 seconds of a very slow pace. So if the exercise is running or jogging, after 30 seconds of intense, then you’re doing 90 seconds of pretty much a walk (like even a slow walk). You’re just kind of getting yourself into a whole different rhythm. And then overall, you do eight reps. 30 seconds intense, 90 seconds relaxed. Repeat all that eight times. And five minutes of warm up at the beginning, and five minutes of cool down at the end. And in less than 30 minutes, you’ve really maxed out the benefit you can get from cardio. And you don’t need to do a one hour dancer size class or one hour jogging or one hour of any cardio. Just that 20-25 minutes of this PACE a couple of times a week and you are going to get the maximum benefit you can get from cardio without going overboard, without doing too much. That’s back to the jurisdiction number one, we want to get enough of things – but not too little and not too much. So exercise is an area where people can tend to do too much sometimes. Well, as much as there are couch potatoes doing too little, there are also people do too much. So you want to balance that out. So now, Allyson, you have some other nice examples here. You talk about the yoga. And that’s the third pillar of… We talked about strength training, we talked about the cardio, the yoga and meditation (other kind of quiet, introverted things), that’s the third pillar of exercise as well. And especially, going back to the blood type cells and that you mentioned earlier, if someone is an A blood type, they’re going to especially want to be favoring more of that kind of quiet, inner exercise – the yoga, the meditation. I know that some of the yoga is more intensive. I’m talking about more of the quieter form in the A blood type type example. Between those three pillars, you covered off a lot of the basics of exercise. And then, your final point there on sungazing. I can get to that. Or you can, Allyson, unless you have another quote.

Allyson McQuinn
Just to say that when I was capturing elements for this particular slide, I was thinking of things that people can do indoors. Because in some cases, if it’s actually because we treat patients all over the world – Europe, Asia, North America, Australia, South Africa – I was thinking of things that could be done in an indoor setting. Because in some cases, people have been charged by police for actually being out on non-essential activities. So I was trying to make sure that I didn’t talk about so much stuff that can be done outside. If you have access to outside and clean air, I don’t recommend myself PACE for down a Toronto or Chicago street, New York City because you’re breathing in a whole lot of carbon monoxide. So the idea being is that what can we do at home, and if you’re an O blood type as Jeff was mentioning, adroitly, is that yes you’re right, jump rope dancing, running on the spot, jumping jacks. Sometimes, too, it’s very frustrating to be stuck inside during a pandemic. Exercise is a great way to express some of that emotion. I find, sometimes, I have to have a good yell. So, I’ll do my exercise and pretend I’m doing karate chops and give myself a good opportunity just to pull that anger out of my belly on my voice. Deep breathing is brilliant. Sungazing for the pineal gland really is that at sunrise and sunset, you have about 20 minutes as the sun is either retreating on the horizon or coming up on the horizon, to be able to actually stare at the sun. The pineal gland is the mother of all glands in the body and it regulates the entire endocrine system. So, of course, that includes your adrenals, also your thyroid, your sex organs as well. The idea being is to stare at the sun. Some people have been doing that and actually not even eating food for 20 years. They’re called “sungazers”. Yeah, not that we recommend that. But certain yogis have that capacity. So just to letting you know how powerful sungazing is for balancing your pineal gland.

Jeff Korentayer
You mean, those solarians, Allyson, they’d be even more boring than I am at a party? Yeah, well, that’s good to know that there is such a category of people in the world.

Allyson McQuinn
So just a footnote, because some of you are asking if the slides will be available afterwards. If you are blurry (if you’re not able to see the slide), that’s because your internet connection is not ideal. The whole presentation in utter clarity will be available after our presentation, so don’t worry about that at all.

Jeff Korentayer
Yeah, it’ll take maybe a week or so. But yeah, we’ll have a full transcription, slides, and it’ll be very nice pretty package that you can go back and look at. Okay, so that is awesome. So where are we at? Oh, yes, the all important sleep. If we have water and food and exercise and all that good stuff, so what about sleep? What’s that all about?

Allyson McQuinn
Yeah, well sleep, you need about 9-10 hours in the winter, on average; during the summer, spring months, more 8-9 hours of uninterrupted sleep. And people might be thinking right now, “Oh my gosh, like I’m on the internet till midnight.” And “I get maybe five, maybe six,” or “The babies up at night; nursing.” Some of these things can’t be helped, some of them can be. What we know, though, is flashing blue lights. Television is very disruptive to the pineal gland and all of our endocrine system, and it can actually cause our nervous system to be kind of buzzing and alive and be very difficult to get to sleep. The ideal is to have 8-9 hours of uninterrupted sleep. Be in a very dark room with blackout curtains. So, staying over at your boyfriend’s or girlfriend’s in their basement in your in high school was actually a good way to sleep because it was really dark. So reduce the blue light exposure in the evenings, if you can. We live in a tiny house in Canada in the summer and we don’t actually use electricity in the evenings. We have candles, beeswax candles, or even a lamp on in the evening, just to start to coast into sleep and allow our nervous systems to calm down so that we can transition into that 8 or 9 hours easily. We always say it’s better not to eat after 5 or 6 p.m. because what happens in the evening is that your body will wake you up around 3am or you will sleep very lightly, because that’s called “liver time”. So you actually don’t want to be digesting in your sleep in the middle of the night. Practicing a little bit of interval fasting, not eating from 5-6 in the evening before and then not eating till 10 or 11 or even noon the next day, actually gives your body a really good chance to metabolize and dump detox from toxins that you’ve taken in from the day before. So hot bath in epsom salts in the evening. Maybe you’re an EQ (extravert), like me. And I’m very hyped up on the extra work that I’ve been doing during this pandemic to look after patients, long hours we’ve spent in clinic online. I can be angry and volatile over somebody fringing on my basic rights, liberties and freedom, and so I need a hot bath in epsom salts just to help me to really transition into sleep. Thank you for the banner, hon. I appreciate that.

Jeff Korentayer
Simultaneous translation.

Allyson McQuinn
IQ often will need a hot bath too, but they are the types of people that more internalize. Jeff, you said it so beautifully the other day. EQs will emote their rage and anger, while IQs (introverts) will actually crumble over time. And so yeah, these are very trying times for all of us. And so a hot bath is absolutely brilliant. And evening meditation to visualize. Often I do this before bed or in the evening. I’ll find a time just to visualize what my life feels like; enjoying and visualizing a sense of that liberty. Sometimes I visualize that I’m in a Jeep with my kids and we’re laughing and we’re so excited that we’re heading to the beach. I often will hold that visualization in my mind during a meditation and I feel that it really calms me down a lot and that I transition to sleep much easier (if I don’t have all the cobble or deep state or the issues from this pandemic rolling through my mind before bed).

Jeff Korentayer
Yeah, very nice. And another thought I’m having as I listen to some of the tips you’re giving and everything else is, again, going back to our opening slide on the three jurisdictions – regimen, medicine, education – obviously, the good sleep begins with regimen. You’re getting the right number of hours and reducing the light exposure at night and the devices. All these things are regimen to help regulate your hormones and how all the the sleep rhythms happened in the first place. But there are two other jurisdictions that have a bearing on sleep, it’s occurring to me to say this. Some people sleep like they’re doing everything right. They’re going to bed at the right hour, they don’t have their laptop on much into the evening and all these kinds of things. They have the perfect sleep habits, let’s say. But let’s say something else is disturbing their system – whether that’s again, something temporary like the work we’re doing as we go through creating a certain timeline event for them, or let’s say even at the highest level (the third level of therapeutic education or the area of truth). Let’s say somebody (I’m just making this up, but let’s say somebody) has some kind of life belief that they don’t have any value in the world unless they’re being productive 24/7. Let’s say, they grew up in a family or something like that where the idea of rest, recreation, anything like that was considered taboo. So what’s happened for that person, let’s say, that they now, their whole physiology doesn’t even believe that sleep is good for them, or that it’s bad for them. They have to keep driving themselves and thinking about work doing different things like that. So yeah, so we can start crossing into all three of the jurisdictions when we’re trying to help someone get into the optimal kind of sleep situation for themselves.

Allyson McQuinn
I love your pet rooster. Did you just get them?

Jeff Korentayer
Yes, speaking of good night’s sleep, you need a rooster to get you up in the morning.

Jeff Korentayer
But that’s the myth I’ve learned. It’s a myth is that roosters don’t only crow in the morning. That’s not true. Okay, so here we are. Allyson, unless you have anything to add on the previous slide, I can go back. But we have some more specific sleep supplements. What do you want to do, Allyson? I could read some of it. You have your own slide or basically we can go back and forth. But we can go on the first one. Yeah?

Allyson McQuinn
If I’m in a talk like this (or a webinar), what I do is I just bring my phone up and take a picture of what’s being said, if that’s something that really interests me, as opposed to having to go through all of each one of them. Just to say that there are natural herbs. Valerion is one that I’ve also used myself; gingko; glycine; and magnesium, of course, is responsible for over 600 reactions within the body. So we hike a lot here, or at 6500 feet above sea level in Guanajuato, Mexico. And I’m often running up in the mountains for a good couple of hours. I belong to a hiking club here and so I can get leg cramps, calf cramps, if I’m dehydrated. And also because I’m at a higher altitude the oxygen is much thinner. So just to keep your eye on magnesium levels in your body, because the soils are very deplete of magnesium. Especially so it has, like I say, huge number of response and reactions in the body. So just to keep an eye there. Amino acid. Lavender, they grow lavender here in Mexico, where we live. And we have the most beautiful lavender essential oil here. And it comes in a little rollerball and I will give that a little sniff before bed. And it just helps a lot for me to transition into sleep easily.

Jeff Korentayer
Okay. Pretty nice. I think, yeah, let’s go ahead to the next slide. We’ve touched on this a little bit here and there with some of the other slides, Allyson. But yeah, you have your nice lists you’ve crafted here. And that’s a lot of fairly straightforward suggestions you’re making – from meditation to comedy to other forms of positive shows, uplifting movies (things like that), positive speakers, the whole realm of self-education, hobbies and so on. Allyson, anything you would particularly highlight? Like again, if you want to talk from the extrovert side of the equation or anything? A lot about the lockdown is, in a sense, it’s like in the optimal situation for introverts. I mean, it’s not optimal for anyone, ultimately. But we have a lot of the indoor activities and things like that. But from your side, Allyson, what would you say is a little bit of the personal level to (inaudible)?

Allyson McQuinn
Well, I think it’s important to bring some of these things into your life if you’ve not done them as coping strategies for now. But somebody who has meditated for 40 years like myself, I was competing as a swimmer as a kid. And it was kind of at the pre-Olympic level, so it was really important to maintain your times. I held a record for breaststroke in Ontario as a kid. And so I had a competitor coming in from another part of the country and I was really freaked out and I was having diarrhea and a lot of anxiety. So my parents actually arranged for me and them actually to start transcendental meditation, which was amazing. Again, it was the 70’s. So it wasn’t thought that you put your kid on drugs at that time. And so this is something I’ve always done. So it’s no different for me to go into a circumstance like this where I feel like my life has been squeezed into a vise. But meditation, where I used to do it once or twice a day, I’m now up to probably 3 or 4, just because it helps me really recenter myself and that some days that I do it 3 or 4 times. We listen to comedy. Jeff and I love Laugh Out Loud. We will watch some Netflix. We love Michael McIntyre. And if you’ve not seen Michael McIntyre go to the dentist, I swear to God, you will fall off your couch or your bed or wherever you are. Funniest thing I’ve ever seen. So yeah, if it’s kids in their teens, Mr. Bean is great. Really important that we laugh. It helps us to actually scientifically get the diaphragm really moving. To pull out the rage, the anger, the fear, even guilt, shame, resentment out of our bellies. So this is actually really important. And scientifically, we don’t talk enough about how the diaphragm is a trampoline in your belly and it will help move rage and anger out of your system. So we will watch uplifting movies, we will sometimes watch documentaries. We were up last night, listening to the rebroadcast of David Wilcox. He’s somebody that I’ve read about for many years and he’s helped a lot kind of stabilize my fears and concerns at this time. So he’s a positive speaker for me. Educate yourself about what’s really going on. The world needs your help right now. And in many cases that’s educating others about what’s truly the phenomenon going on at this time (and I won’t get into that whole area at this juncture). Hobbies and crafts. I have a company on this side that sews garments. I help mentor in the States. And so sewing. Something that takes you out of the realm of the difficulties in your life, perhaps. I have a patient that turn wood on a lathe. I study Spanish on the side as well. Play with your kids. Oh my gosh, that’s the best thing. Toss a ball. Balloon games are so much fun – can’t get the balloon, it’s not allowed to touch the ground. Big fun reading to them in the big bed. Cuddled up, it’s awesome. Set up an online business. So I’ve set up a t-shirt business about t-shirts that have liberty slogans on it because I’ve been so pissed off. I need outlets to let that anger go. And so, great t-shirts that really speak to people who have like Anne Frank, and other people that have been subject to slavery during history (Miss Tubman I’ve quoted on t-shirt). So that’s the idea is don’t allow yourself to feel trapped under tyranny. The idea being is be resourceful. Figure out where you are what you need, and create past the sources of income. You’re not as trapped as they would like you to think. And so how do you create freedom and autonomy and liberty even in the circumstances that you’re in? So and again, just to reiterate, drink water, eat, sleep well and exercise – those four basic cardinal points.

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Jeff Korentayer
Yeah, great. Thank you for that, Allyson. That was awesome. Okay, well, this is interesting. Again, to me personally, I look back at my history even before I started studying homeopathy. The first thing I entertained as a study first was bach flower remedies. Now, some of you may be intimately familiar with these. Some of you may just have a casual awareness. At a minimum, people know even something about them. They will have heard of the first one I have on my slide here, which is the rescue remedy. I’ll get to the individual remedies in a moment. Actually, that it was in the 1930’s. They’re about… I’m not remembering my dates precisely at the moment. But Dr. Edward Bach from England, he was a trained homeopath, but he went off. And he designed this whole separate system of remedies similar to, but distinct and separate from the homeopathic way of prescribing. And in his life he developed (well, in his mind these were a complete set), he developed 38 of these flower remedies. And each one of them was for a very specific whether emotional state, or even a personality challenge. It can be someone who’s either overly dominant, let’s say, or some sort of personality traits (excuse me). He developed 38 of these that apply the whole variety of these personality traits and emotions and so on. And I picked out a handful of them that I thought might be particularly useful for anyone dealing with the lockdown and everything else that’s going on. There’s a full set of 38 and feel free to explore all of them. But just for examples, the first one that popped out was the rescue remedy, as I mentioned. If anyone even has a beginning of awareness of the back flower remedies, that’s the one they would have heard of. A lot of people may carry that in their glove compartment or their purse or their first aid kit or something like that. And it’s good for general anxiety states, after effects of shock, etc. I’ll go through these fairly quickly. The Mimulus is for specific concrete fears like when you know what you’re afraid of – you’re afraid of a specific thing and things you’re afraid might happen. Also, it can be for people who are timid – whether it’s something like they have to do public speaking and they have stage fright or something like that. It can be those kinds of concrete fears. And compare that with the next one, aspen. And as I say, that is vague fears of unknown origin. So it’s almost like they can feel something shifting in the air, in their environment or whatever, but they don’t really know what it is that’s squeaking them out. Some people are very sensitive that way. They feel other energies, other people, other beings and things like that. So the aspen can come in in that kind of state. The red chestnut is another fear or anxiety remedy. And that’s more specific to being concerned for your family, your friends, the people around you, the people close to you in your life. And again, of course, that’s the nature of love, friendship and everything. We care and love for other people. But that red chestnut, as I say, that really starts to overdrive our thoughts where we really can’t let it go, whatever the concerns and worries are. The next one is called gorse and that’s about hopelessness, feel like giving up. It’s pretty self-explanatory. The next one is called agrimony. I described that here as hiding your true feelings behind a mask of happiness; helpful to get in touch with your authentic self-expression. So again, for anyone who has more of a tendency to bottle things up, that’s a super helpful remedy. Again, we’re in a lockdown situation, but more generally as well. Sweet chestnut, I call that at the end of your emotional rope, or a deep spiritual crisis. So again, based on talking with our patients for the last few weeks, we certainly know any number of people are kind of on the edge of a state like that. And the last one I put on this list is called willow. That’s the willow tree. Of course, it’s relatively well known plant or tree. And that has the feeling of a state of mind of being resentful for your misfortune, feeling bitter, feeling self-pity. It’s feeling like, “Why me,” or “Poor me,” something like that. So yeah, as I say, these are the examples I pulled out. There are 38 in all. Feel free to look those up. I think, actually, if I remember we have a resource on our website. I can’t remember if we have all 38 on our website or I’d have to… I can’t remember all the things I’ve written in our blogs. I don’t even remember how much detail I’ve gone into on the bach flower remedies. But we have something on our website. I’m going to leave it at that.

Jeff Korentayer
So, okay. Yeah, so there’s a nice picture of me and Allyson. And it’s funny, we realized that it’s almost impossible to find a picture of me without a hat. But actually, I don’t even have that hat anymore. I bought black hat. Anyway, all joking aside, so this harkens back as well. If you take that to our three jurisdictions (regimen, medicine, education), how can we help. Of course, this is, we’ve touched on many importants things. But I’ll just briefly go through this. We have the tailored regimen support. We’ve talked about a lot of the regimen, but then there’s a lot of individualized factors that come up. Matching, and I mentioned a little bit about the blood types. There’s some other body types that we take into account. And, anyways, telling you all those things that are more individual level is something we’ve done a lot, a lot of that. Getting mostly into the second jurisdiction, is when we fit this in. The specific emotional support for feeling upset. When you are traumatized, of course, some of those bach flower remedies I just went through have a role to play there. Although, technically speaking, the bach flower remedies belong to the first jurisdiction of regimen, not medicine. That’s a whole other explanation. I can give it at another time in another context. But just for those who like the details, there’s a detail. And the final point here, the regular medical support specific to circumstances such as homeopathic remedies for the latest strain of coronavirus with a lot of specific immunizations for people, any concerns with radiation, 5G, oxygen deprivation, altitude sickness. Again, a lot of the specific difficulties that our bodies are going through, any of these kinds of toxins and other things, basically whatever someone’s particular environment or circumstances are starting to get into remedies specific to what they need. So I will just leave this last slide up for the moment. I’m going to actually start going back now through the questions. There’s a whole lot that have come through.

Allyson McQuinn
You do that. And I just want to say that Heilkunst and homeopathy has been around for about 225 years. We have the data as a result from cholera, scarlet fever. One of the biggest and most recent ways that homeopathy has been applied is in Cuba for several million people who were suffering 70,000 cases every spring due to leptospirosis. This is a bacterial strain that comes every year in Cuba due to the flooding. And it was causing fatalities every year. Cuba, as you know, is not a country that accesses US allopathic medicine. So they were looking for really cheap alternatives. And guess what they ran into? Well, the nosode for leptospirosis. So they’ve been taking the homeopathic nosode for many, many years now. And we have the data back, which is absolutely brilliant from our perspective because overnight – overnight, literally. And I have the data on this, they went from 70,000 cases to zero. So we have the antidote. We have curative principles. We’re not just supplying remedies for people to address allergies or hemorrhoids or whatever it is. We’re able to actually deal easily with scourges, pandemics. That’s not an issue. Now, we have been treating cases around the world. We have patients in Italy and Spain, New York City, and places where the pandemic has been much more significant and where it hit the hardest. And so we have treated patients in those areas of the world with great success. So please know there is and there are other options that are tried and true. That it’s not the time, again, during a recent pandemic to go, “Well, maybe this supplement.” We actually have the data that we have I’ve had, like I say, since Dr. Samuel Hahnemann’s time. He was born in 1755 in Germany. So we have that data from homeopaths over the years to be able to really speak to why our testimonials and pages of success stories over the last 20 years. That really speak to it being for those we’ve served. “The best decision we’ve ever made,” that Sarah talks about in the first testimonial here.

Jeff Korentayer
Allyson, I’m just actually going to put you and I back on screen again. Bring our cameras back up. And I’ll start to… Actually, I’ll let you continue if you wanted to make further point here, Allyson. But just so you know where we’re headed next, I’ll start getting into the questions once we wrap up anything formal here.

Allyson McQuinn
Yeah, with pleasure. The other thing that you may not know about Heilkunst treatment is that in Heilkunst, we work differently than most homeopaths, while we use the homeopathic principle. We take people like an onion and we strip the emotional physical shocks off in the order in which they’ve assumed them. This is important. It’s called the law of succession of forces. And what this means is that disease is layered like an Italian wedding cake. Which means that you really have to start with the issue that was the most traumatic at the present, and work your way back like a geological dig down to the root cause. The root causes will be on the timeline, those traumas that we use the homeopathic principles to resolve for people getting back to birth. And then we have eight genetic miasms which are really the root cause for all chronic disease. So the lovely thing is that we’re able to get the highest resolution to chronic disease that we know of. Somebody mentioned earlier (Jeff, you can go after those questions), but they were saying they had kind of a mouthful of mercury in gold caps and such. The detoxification process is important. And that’s also one of the jurisdictions that we offer our patients – heavy metal detox. We’ve done heavy metal and even vaccine detox for the past 20 years. My son was vaccine damaged, which brought me to Heilkunst in the first place. That free book is offered online, as well. So we have tons of resources. And like I say, we’ve not had ones that our three jurisdictions have treated. We have not had one case that we’ve just thrown our hands up in 20 years and said, “Can’t do this one. Doesn’t fall within one of those jurisdictions.”

Jeff Korentayer
Yes, same. I’m waiting for that day when the fourth jurisdiction gets discovered and blows it all up. But, yeah, so far so good. We’re holding the three. And let me actually double check. Yeah, you have our slide here on how to reach us. Of course, that’s on our website. And yeah, we have the final picture with all these people holding the question marks. I was joking with you, Allyson, these are kind of B level actors. I don’t think they’re doing the question face as well as someone could be doing it. But, we’ll take the picture, anyways. And the question mark signs really rounded out for us? So yeah, so let me do that. Actually, I’m going to see what am I gonna do here?

Allyson McQuinn
So just to address one of the questions. Like people always ask what particular supplement. “How do I know if I need magnesium?” for example. Magnesium, for a person, if you have leg cramps. If you have issues with regards to inability to fall asleep easily. Constipation, actually can be an indication of low magnesium. As well as headaches. But again, just to whip off what are the typical symptoms. It could also be related if you suffer any of those things. It could be from a state of grief. So, homeopathically, Natrum Muriaticum is a remedy that if you take magnesium and it doesn’t work, you may need Natrum Muriaticm on the medical side because it’s not the right jurisdiction, for example. So, again, start with regimen. That’s what we always say. That’s what Dr. Samuel Hahnemann started with 225 years ago. And then see if you qualify for homeopathic medicine on the law of cure (like cures like), which can be the case.

Jeff Korentayer
Yeah, thank you. That’s a good framework, Allyson, to realize that the jurisdictions are distinct, as we’ve said, but they interact. So just as your example said, you have the medical aspect, it can interfere with what’s going on in the nutritional. And it’s not… This is what our intellects always want. “Well, where’s the simple answer? Give me the black and white. Here’s this, let’s just get the black and white answer. And let’s get the right dose,” and everything. And there is an aspect of that. Yes, we can measure things through live blood analysis, through hair analysis, through other symptoms. We can get get all these various measurements of what’s going on in someone’s nutrition – magnesium, specifically. And there are other nutritional factors in general. But you’re right. This is also where the three jurisdictions as you beautifully put, we have to understand how they interact to really get the full picture of what’s going on.

Allyson McQuinn
And it even comes down to how much to supplement. I mean, like I say, I’m an avid hiker. And so, I’ll take three capsules of magnesium some days, but only one or two or miss a day as well. So it depends on your individual needs. But the baseline is follow the directions on the bottle because every magnesium supplement will be different. I mean, it just depends on how many milligrams are in each capsule as well. What other questions do we have, hon?

Jeff Korentayer
Well, I’m gonna pop this one up on the screen. This one came in now. And she said it’s not a specific COVID question, but I am going to take it here because we can use it for context today. And it’s a question basically about various… It’s really getting into the question of holistic dentistry, right? Depending on where you live. If you’re lucky, somewhere at least nearby. If not, in the next town. Or depending on where you are that you can find an access to a holistic dentist. And there’s a whole world of things to talk about here. I just wanted to touch on a couple of key points. But in general terms, if we talk about healthy living and detox (and all the rest of it), a lot of the stuff that’s been put into our mouths dental wise (dentist wise), is the source of some of the greatest toxins that we bear in our life, right? Everything from the mercury fillings, (she mentions) the root canals, the gold tooth crowns and so on. Yeah, there’s a whole world of, again, we could probably do (if not a whole video), a whole series just on the problems that dental work causes for people in the long run, as far as their immune system and all the rest. Now, I’ll partially answer the intent of this question here. Yeah, if someone cannot get to a holistic dentist, cannot afford to do the kind of work to get their mouth into a better state, at a minimum, we recommend doing it slowly over time just because of not disrupting things too quickly. But even at the most basic level from someone being our patient, we use all the specific drainage and detox remedies. We’ve mentioned those earlier today. Just to (inaduble) if there are toxins on board in the system, just to keep the body in as detoxed of a state as possible. That’s a factor for the person. That’s a medical issue. Of course, we have some regimental approaches to the detox. So yeah, we have even within our first two jurisdictions, we already do a lot of work with that to really help people detox when they’re suffering these issues. Now, as I say, as it’s possible over time, getting to a holistic dentist is really going to be the long term solution for anyone. As soon as they’re able to get to keep some money aside over time, do that. But yeah, as far as the Heilkunst side of it, we do support all the detox for quite a lot of these issues.

Jeff Korentayer
Back to my little comment box here. Just plucking out the questions. We have a lot of nice, friendly “Nice to see you,” and all the other things.

Allyson McQuinn
Thank you so much guys. I have to say, selfishly, you’ve really warmed my heart today. So I’m so excited to see you all. And just speaks to the long relationship that we’ve had over. And it’s interesting to see a friend that I’ve served three generations of their family. And I often say that I feel part of these families as a result. So thank you so much. The other thing to mention is if you do want the free book, The Path to Cure, it’s at thepathtocure.com/bonus. And that’s a free audio book. You can have that. And it was published in 2000, early 2000-2004, I think. And so there we did a 10-year version that actually catches you up on what has happened to my son Jordan after he came out of the spectrum and really let you see what is possible with outcomes principles.

Jeff Korentayer
So let me see. I am back to, I was looking for the questions. Oh, yeah. So we have here. This is actually from our colleague, Cathy Bradley. And it’s a big enough comment. I have to put myself up be seen over the video. But basically, what she’s saying here is we’ve been through it all – between the stars, the h1n1, the h1 h5, the blah, blah, blah, blah, blah. The list goes on and on. Yeah, like I said at the beginning, we always have our assurance of the principles. They stay solid. The law of gravity stays solid. The law of cure stays solid. And the next pandemic will come, the next crisis will come; and the principles will still be there. So there you go. I appreciate that comment, Cathy. But yeah, it really speaks to this general idea that we don’t have to make it up from scratch every time and run around in panic, like most people do. But we have something in our back pocket to pull out every time that applies to whatever the new thing is. What was that expression? There’s nothing new under the sun. Once you understand the world of principles, there is nothing new under the sun. Although, of course, details are new. Too many buttons to push here. Let me get rid of that. Um, let’s see here. Yeah, lots of nice comments about the rooster and the bird.

Jeff Korentayer
Okay, so this is a comment, and they obviously came through as we were going through the different slides. So we seem a little bit out of context now because we weren’t stopping for every comment as we went. But this is a question about pH-balanced water. And I do know we see that in the health food stores and so on. You can buy these special pH-balanced waters that they mark the number on them which pH level each product is at. And I know, Allyson, you’ve been trying some of those yourself. And yeah, that’s fine. It reminds me of what else I was saying earlier. It’s certainly, it’s beneficial. You want to partake in that if you have access and so on. But ultimately, in the purest sense, we want to get to a source of water that as far as…I mean, the ideal would be on an artesian well where the water bubbles up from deep down in the earth, and you get these natural earth forces and these levity forces that are bubbling up in the water. Of course, free of the toxins and everything. So most of us don’t have that when we don’t live by that artesian well. So we come into these secondary solutions, whether it’s the pH bottled water, other filter systems. There’s a whole world of things to explore there. But yeah, the pH bottled water in itself, it’s a good step along this whole path. If that’s something you do have access to and it’s one of your better choices, I would certainly be considering it.

Allyson McQuinn
Yep. So yes. Actually, if you think about it, Jeff and I have been living in a state of lockdown for seven years as digital nomads. I joke about it because we both each live out of one suitcase. And so we don’t actually bring a lot of clothes or a lot of secondhand stores here in both Canada and Mexico. So we just get rid of stuff and give it to the women’s shelter here before we leave and then buy some more clothes in Canada for next to nothing and so it supports the local economy. The other thing that we do specifically is we carry pH strips just to check and see what our pH levels are at. The term (if you’re older than I am, which probably a lot of you are not), it’s called litmus paper and you pee on the strip and it’ll tell you what your pH levels are. You want to be in around the high like 6.8, 6.9, 7. If you start to get up higher than 7.5, then you are actually suffering something as bad as acidosis. It’s called alkalidosis. So you don’t want to be too alkaline either. And so we’re able to help you on that realm. That really to get you back into that state of grace. Again, through food, through medicine and through therapeutic regimen – the three jurisdictions. Cathy Bradley, our colleague, has written across question. Are you open to discussing the EMF support? I don’t know. The reason being is we can give homeopathic remedies that’s for sure. But we know a lot of physicians, scientists, and other individuals are being suppressed on let’s say, YouTube, (FBI books. Sorry, did I say that? I mean) Facebook with regards to talking about 5G. So, yes, we do have remedies to be able to help people with EMF whether past, present or future. And so, yes, just because we don’t want this video torn down. We can help people with electromagnetic fog. So just yeah, to be a little bit sketchy about that, but yes.

Allyson McQuinn
Okay. So this is a very specific question on supplements and it’s about the dosage of nascent iodine. But my general instruction would be… I mean each brand is going to be slightly different. So start with the dosage on the bottle – how many drops per day or whatever it says. Speaking of drops, that’s how we tend to take it (whatever the number of drops is) in a small amount of water to drink it. I mean, it’s an incredibly overpowering strong taste if you just took it directly on your tongue. It makes you shudder by the taste. It’s really…

Allyson McQuinn
Like battery acid, isn’t it, Jeff?

Jeff Korentayer
Battery acid, or Allyson, as you’re fond of saying something that would put hair on your chest. Yeah, start with the dosage on the bottle. But then based on other individual factors, we will adjust for that individual person and be getting into the medicine, getting into the other issues connected with that. But yes, as I say, start pretty simply with what it says on the bottle.

Allyson McQuinn
Yeah. So we are hanging out on minds.com. That is open. Really, it replaces (FBI, I mean, sorry I keep making my mistake) Facebook. So come over to minds.com. Look me up – amcquinn. Jeff, you’re @jkorentayer, I believe. Yep, the vaccination myth again. Oh my gosh, did I say that? Has migrated over from FBI. Yeah. Geez, I can’t stop myself. Facebook over to minds.com. Come and get the latest there. We will be openly discussing things that we don’t openly discuss in other more tyrannous places. You’re awesome with those banners. God, I couldn’t love you more.

Jeff Korentayer
This is my new toy.

Allyson McQuinn
I know. You’re awesome. All right, so if there are no other questions I bid you…

Jeff Korentayer
I think there may have been a couple of others. I’m just still scrolling through. Sorry, I do have a lot of scrolling to do. Excuse me second.

Allyson McQuinn
Yeah, we have one question. I can see, “Is influenzinum one of the first remedies you would take if you think you got the Cov19?” As a Heilkunstler, you always take what you have. Right?

Allyson McQuinn
Exactly, because we’re working on the basis of ([unfamiliar]some Milla, mom’s). And I remember this, after four years of our medical degrees, if I hadn’t heard that a million times, “Take what you have,” “Use what you have.” And yes, that can be the closest. We have the actual nosodes. So, if somebody needs that, and that could be the second step. But influenzinum is a great place if you have a 200ch, a 30ch, and a kit at home, go for it. Especially elderly person or child, for absolute sure, that’s a good place to go. So thank you for asking the question, Caroline.

Jeff Korentayer
And just to augment that as well. Yeah, radionically, we have the COVID-19. And that’s what we’ve been using for our individual immunizations we’ve been doing for people. Yeah, you’re right, influenzinum. And we’ll be close enough if that’s what you (inaudible) so.

Allyson McQuinn
Yeah, and all the EMFs. And why this is important, and the research that we’ve done. And maybe, Cathy, this is what you want me to hint at is that people that have… In certain large cities in the world where they are not following the curve, a typical scourge or pandemic – what we know from measles, mumps, rubella, scarlet fever – it goes up one side and comes down another. It levels off. And around the world we’ve clearly plateau to this particular and are coming down the other side. They’re starting to open up – cities and provinces and states – now as a result. So the thing is, though, is that I know there’s going to be another so-called pandemic. And don’t freak out, you’re going to be okay. Doesn’t have anything to do with COVID, though. It has more to do with EMFs. And this is important to know that because we love and care for you and our patients. We have dropper bottles of drainage and organ support for EMFs. So if they put that, those towers up that everybody’s talking about in different cities while we’ve been on lockdown, and children’s schools and hospitals, what that newer EMF does is enable (There’s your favorite song, honey. That’s the gas truck locally here in Mexico, makes that pretty little song. I always think it’s ice cream, but it’s propane tanks.) What happens is that it gives the illusion, a very real illusion, that somebody has suffered altitude sickness. This is how it shows up. The blood is not able to absorb or receive oxygen. So if you go to the local hospital, the problem is you’re put on a ventilator. They’re having more fatalities as a result in places like New York, Madrid, Italy, places that have already booted up that next level in electronic smog. So we have a combination of remedies that include oxygen and include the homeopathic remedy coca, which actually, I devised with a colleague of ours in New Zealand, Heidi, which really enables us to treat the true phenomenon that’s going on with why the body’s not able to absorb oxygen, why the physicians out of New York state are saying right now that, “Oh my gosh, this isn’t like any virus we’ve ever seen in the history of the world.” It looks like somebody has suffered oxygen deprivation that you’ve opened the doors of a plane at 30,000 feet or you’ve dropped them at the base camp in Everest without any climatization. So, we know this. Just to tell you, we know this. We’ve been hot on the tracks. And like I say, I’ve been crazily up till two o’clock in the morning most nights trying to figure this out with blue lights flashing. And no, I have not been sleeping well as a result. So yeah, lots of remedies for sure. And so the idea being is that we are prepared. And we are prepared because we have done this research and because we get to work in the realm of ([uncertain]some elements). We are shipping remedies out from our practice to our patients. And we are booked well into late May and in June. So just to know that we are busy and this is what we’re busy with.

Jeff Korentayer
Okay. Well, we can hear by that song in the background, they’re trying to tell us that the show is coming to an end. I guess I’ll keep the camera on for another minute, give or take. I know there is a delay between when we talk versus when you guys hear us on the other end. So if someone’s typing a question or anything, we will be here for a little bit. But yeah, we probably are coming to the end.

Allyson McQuinn
Yeah, I’m gonna go put on my play clothes because I’m going out for a big hike up in that mountain over there. I’ve got 3000 feet to play with today. So thank you all for attending. Like I say, I’m so excited and happy to see you all. And thank you for bringing your great questions and spending this full 90 minutes with us. We didn’t expect it would go this long. But thank you so much for your time. And we love you. And we’ll always take very good care of you. If you do contact the clinic. Maybe you can flash up that page again, sweetie, with regards to the contact information.

Jeff Korentayer
Which one do you think?

Allyson McQuinn
Two slides back. Had a one eight hundred number.

Jeff Korentayer
Right. Here it is, I did find the slide.

Allyson McQuinn
There we go.

Jeff Korentayer
Yeah, and I’ll say one last comment. I just see some of the last comments coming up. Yeah, we have been doing a number of different videos and presentations lately. So please, even if it’s a totally different topic, put your question in the comments. And we will incorporate that into a future presentation. In some, we may combine together if they go together. Or we might just do whole presentations on one topic or one question. And yeah, we love seeing you all today. It has put a lot of light into our day just to see all physically and the hugs and all the rest of it. But this is certainly a nice substitute for where we’re at.

Allyson McQuinn
Alright, thank you so much. Bye for now.