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in collaboration with Werlabs

I offer online health consulting services in different formats, where you can either start a new consultation or continue the treatment that you have already started in person. The consultation includes a thorough discussion of your current health, lifestyle and diet as well as an indepth analysis of your symptoms, function and laboratory tests. Thereafter, recommended treatments and advice are recommended. In collaboration with WERLABS, blood tests and panels can be ordered via the below QR code either before the first visit or after if you are unsure which panel to choose. Functional medicine testing is also available including stool tests, hormone panels, food sensitivity testing etc and can be ordered after the first consult.


Recommended Expansive Testing Panels via Werlabs include:

  • Sköldkörtel prov XL och XL Plus (Thyroid panels XL and XL Plus)
  • Hälsokontroll XL och XL Plus (Health Panels XL and XL Plus)
  • Performance Test
  • Vänta Barn och Fertilitet test (Pre-Pregnancy and Fertility Test)

Smaller Testing Panels include:

  • folkhälsopaket (People’s Health Package)
  • Testosteron test (Testosterone)
  • Östrogen och Progesteron tester (Estrogen and Progesterone)
  • Vitamin Brister (Vitamin deficiency tests)
  • Inflammations markörer (Inflammatory markers) and more

Book your online consult

Kick-Starter Wellness Package

Find out what is slowing you down, holding you back, or preventing you from achieving your health and weight loss goals in 2022.

Sometimes what lies between you and achieving your new year’s resolution is not just grit and determination but an imbalance in hormones, underfunctioning thyroid or adrenals, or nutritional deficiencies.  These imbalances can make you feel like you’re getting no where, fast.  


By combining blood work with holistic care and acupuncture, I can help you find the energy and focus you need to find your fire again.  

You can do this!  I can help. 

I’m offering a 15% discount on a 3 visit wellness and acupuncture package that will get you on the right foot (and the left) in 2022.

3 wellness & acupuncture visits – 3200 sek (regularly 3750 SEK)

  • Initial 90 min assessment and discussion…. including which lab tests would be the most beneficial along with initial treatment and recommendations.  I often review previous labs and medical history during this visit synthesizing an indepth holistic perspective of how to optimize your health and restore normal function.  
  • 2 x 60 min treatments…. where we will review lab results and establish an individualized and detailed treatment plan, as well as provide 2 acupuncture treatments.
  • Use the visits within two months or talk to me.  I want you to see results you can capitalize on, and if you wait too long, the results won’t be as impactful.

Labs (paid separately to the lab company)

  • range from 1450 SEK – 3600 SEK, depending on your specific needs and level of depth desired.
  • focus on assessing hormone imbalances, underfunctioning thyroid or adrenals, as well as to scan for basic nutritional deficiencies.

Call 070-279-1175 or email for more information. When booking online please mention kick-starter wellness package in the notes section. 

Offer valid through the end of March 2022

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What’s in your First Aid Kit?

What’s in your first aid kit?  Here is what I carry when I am out with my family and need to have basic wounds, bumps and bruises, fevers, and bug bites taken care of.


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Starting from the top:

Waterproof case – both from the inside and out.  This helps in case water bottles leak or if tinctures leak.  I use a simple cosmetics case that was suffering from under use.

CASP tincture – (Cuts, abrasions, scrapes, and punctures) tincture. This anti-microbial tincture is amazing for wound care.  It does sting a little, so it tends to be better for grown ups and tough kids. Equal parts Calendula Succus, Goldenseal, Gota Kola, and Echinacea.  We order it from NUNM’s pharmacy in Portland, Oregon and hope to offer something similar in house soon.  I think it needs a new name though….

Tea Tree Oil – Also a wound care liquid.  Good for sterilization and helping promote  healing.  Not quite as good as the other tincture, but still effective and doesn’t sting, so is great for building trust with small ones.

Bandages.  I think this one is self explanatory!

Tweezers and a lancet – We have a little travel set of tweezers and a taped up lancet, both for splinters.  The lancet in infinitely more useful than the tweezers.  You can get them in medical supply sections of big pharmacies.  Instead of tweezing out the splinter, you basically scrape it out.  It hurts a lot less and is faster.

Bach Rescue Pastilles, in Black Currant Flavor – This is for calming down the injured.  Not for very small children who could choke on a small candy, but once older than that, offering a small candy while you bandage a wound is a fantastic way to bring calm to a stressful situation.  These pastilles have Rescue Remedy in them, which has been used for decades to help calm people who are a bit hysterical.  The regular flavor is not as good as the black currant.  You can also just have a small piece of candy, but these are more effective.

Calendula Salve – Ours happens to be a nipple cream that didn’t get used up while we were nursing babies.  Great for persistent hand cracks in winter and other dry skin problems.  Good for lip balm if you’re out or forgot it as well.

Traumeel or Arnica gel – for bruises and other “bonks”.

Tampon – perfect for nose bleeds, and also for what they were made for.  Always good to have an extra stashed away, and non-applicator tampons take up almost no room.

Forehead Temperature Indicator – these cool strips use heat to show you temperature on a forehead.  I like these because they are easy to travel with and can confirm or deny your suspicion that your kiddo has a fever.  Once you get home you can use a more accurate tool.  We’ve found them made by SummerInfant and on eBay in a pack of several from China.

Homeopathics:  Don’t leave home with out them.   Here is a snapshot of what they are good for and why I keep them in my first aid kit.  See a homeopath or do your own research if you want to know more about them in depth.

Ledum – For bumps and bruises, esp great for black eyes.  Good for punctures – thorns, insect bites, puncture wounds.  Great for rolled ankles where the bruise feels cold.

Arnica – If you only get one… pick this one.  Arnica is good for initial trauma or shock of almost any kind.  Use it for bruising and swelling.  Primary go to for concussions.  Good for burns, overuse injuries, any kind of sports injury.

Apis – For bee stings and other bug stings, burns, and fevers and body temp regulation.  Anything that is hot, red, swollen and appreciates cold.

Belladonna – Go to for fever and sunburn.  Helps with ear infections, too, and pain generally.

Silicea – Splinters!  Esp the smaller ones, any stuck foreign objects.  Helps eject them from your skin.  Ledum is more for the wound healing.

Arsenicum – Stomach upset, travelers diarrhea, food poisoning.  Homeopathic pepto.

MissingSunscreen – It’s winter in Sweden, I forgot to put sunscreen on there.  A small mineral-based sun screen is great to have.  Also, emergency numbers are really smart to have.  This is a basic first aid kit – not a substitute for emergency care!