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Hello, my name is Lieke I am the founder of Vitonix. I am a Naturopath and Medical Herbalist. Based in Mangawhai and Grey Lynn we have a full herbal dispensary available to meet all your needs.
What does a Naturopath / Medical Herbalist do? Well, we all work slightly differently, but the crux of it is that we pick up and work with health conditions that allopathic medicine has unsatisfactory results in.
I personally combine naturopathy with a slant towards genetics. I specialise in holistic wellbeing at a core level.
By working with the cause of presenting symptoms, we can create lasting results by simple changes to diet, lifestyle, exercise and with the help of herbal medicine.
Sometimes depending on the condition, we may need to turn on/off genes or increase cellular energy and I do this via a nutrigenomic approach.
There is a huge amount of research coming out in regard to how our genes behave to food and how nutrition affects our epigenetics.
This approach to health has numerous advantages then let’s say “just taking a pill” and I believe it’s the health model of the future
Whether your children are constantly catching every cold or flu, or the stress of everyday living needs uplifting, natural medicine offers numerous advantages in strengthening the body and getting to the root cause of the condition.
Lieke Bliekendaal is a professional member with the NZAMH (New Zealand Association of Medical Herbalists) and the NZSN (New Zealand Society of Naturopaths). Both organisations are committed to quality assurance and public safety by maintaining the highest qualification and ethical standards.
All clients are made to feel welcome and are given advice and support in a down to earth, sustainable and easy to understand manner.
Vitonix prescribes products that offer professional therapeutic benefits. Having a full herbal dispensary, all herbal extracts and practitioner range supplements are obtained under strict GMP quality and manufacturing principles. This complies with both the New Zealand’s Ministry of health (Medsafe), and the Australian Therapeutic Goods Administration (TGA).