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Medicine as nature intended: Consultations

Combining his expertise in natural medicines and live cell microscopy, Tobias offers a unique and potent mix of real world knowledge and exceptional protocols for even the most challenging of health concerns.


Book your telephone or video consultation here*: 30 minutes $95

Book your in-person consultation here*:​​​​ 30 minutes $95 (Winnipeg, Manitoba)

Book your live blood analysis, where you will view your own blood in person live on-screen for a full assessment here.

*Note: For consultations, after payment is complete click "Schedule" on your order receipt to choose a date and time for your appointment with Tobias. For in-person visits, further instructions on preparing for your appointment will be given by email soon after booking.

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Tobias working in his formulation lab.

Tobias uses this state of the art darkfield microscope to analyze live and dry blood samples, and in other biological research. Micrograph above: Red Blood Cells from live blood analysis and examination.

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Do you have questions about Tobias's custom formulations and rare-sourced natural medicines?  Enter your info below and Tobias will touch bases with you through email.

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Canadian Natural and Non-prescription Health Products Directorate.

Tobias practices in accordance with the Canadian Natural and Non-prescription Health Products Directorate (NNHPD). Compounding is generally understood as a process whereby a health care practitioner mixes, or prepares health products (natural, medicinal, etc.) to an exact specification tailored to a patient's needs, and in a vehicle desired (cream, lotion, gel, drops, capsules, pellets, etc.). Compounding is generally used to:


1. Provide products unavailable or not readily available in the specifications needed by a practitioner (eg., strength) to address the specific health concerns, symptoms and needs of a particular patient, and/or to meet the specific requirements of a particular health care practice;


2. Provide products free of preservatives, dyes and chemical allergens; and


3. Prepare palatable flavored dosage forms. Compounding is an activity performed by a health care practitioner in the context of a practitioner-patient relationship.

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