Over 200,000 clients and his 40 years as a health clinician Dr Robert Morse was using protocols of living foods and herbal formulas, his clients have eliminated all diversities and levels of chronic health issues.
Hypothyroidism, fatigue, chronic fatigue (not from Eqstein-Barr), heart arrhythmias, osterporosis or scoliosis, cramps, ridged or brittle fingernails, cold hands & feet, hair loss, menstrual disorders, arthritis, bursitis, headaches, migraines, obesity, varicose or spider veins, low bone density scores, low energy levels, symptoms of depression, spine deterioration or herniated disks, prolapsed organs, aneurysms, petechiae (bruising), slow digestion, dry skin, low sweating ability, etc.
General: 1 to 2 droppers 3 to 6 times a day.
Acute: 1 full dropper every 2 to 4 hours.
ADD TO A LITTLE WATER OR JUICE.
CAUTIONS & CONTRAINDICATIONS:
If the thyroid gland is too weak, you may have to add a specific desiccated glandular (protomorphigen).
Where inflammation and bone deterioration is present (as in arthritis, etc.), the thyroid and adrenal glands are always underactive.
Most thyroid medications (especially Synthroid) do not affect T4 to T3 conversion well. Which means the thyroid is always hypoactive even when blood serum levels of TSH’s, T4’s and T3’s appear to be normal (see Wilson’s Syndrome). Taking Synthroid only serves to weaken the thyroid and does nothing to stop bone (calcium) loss.
Blood hormone work is the most inaccurate tool for determining proper thyroid function. Use the Basal Temperature Study (included in the Tools for Healthy Living Section of this workbook) for more accurate indicator of thyroid function.
A great many people have hypo (underactive) thyroids because of congestion (mucus) build-up in the thyroid tissues due to consuming dairy products. Simply detox this congestion out (can take a while...). You may wish to add one or two Lymphatic formulas, the Kidney/Bladder and a Stomach & Bowel formula for optimum results.
TSH’s can reflect either a thyroid or a pituitary problem.
The thyroid gland controls your skeletal and connective tissues (structural system), rate of metabolism and digestion, diaphoresis (sweating), skin, and everything calcium affects, just to name a few of the jobs that the thyroid is responsible for.