Iridology for Cats and Dogs

Iridology is such a great tool not only for humans but for cats and dogs. Iridology is not intended to directly diagnose health issues, but many practitioners believe that monitoring the color, patterns, and textures of the eye are indicators of trouble. I use these dog and cat charts to help me distinguish and revealContinue reading “Iridology for Cats and Dogs”

Making Better Food Choices for YOUR Animal Companion!

We know that today there are myriad of commercial pet foods on the market. We are bombarded with information all over the web. Pet food companies invest millions of dollars each year by creating misleading packaging. It can be quite confusing and deceptive. The most popular option today is to feed  kibble or commercially packagedContinue reading “Making Better Food Choices for YOUR Animal Companion!”

How to do a Liver/ Gallbladder FLUSH

~Written by Dr. Robert Morse, N.D. This process helps to remove liver stones and gallbladder stones. Items Needed: 8 ounces of pure, cold-pressed, extra virgin organic olive oil 6 to 8 ounces of freshly squeezed (if possible) pink grapefruit juice or the juice of 2lemons Freshly squeezed apple juice (enzymes assist with reducing nausea) Optional:Continue reading “How to do a Liver/ Gallbladder FLUSH”

Hypothyroidism and Adrenal Fatigue?

Basal Temperature Test, Hypothyroidism and Adrenal Fatigue. HOW TO TAKE YOUR OWN BASAL TEMPERATURES A NORMAL READING IS BETWEEN 97.80- 98.20 When your basal temperature is below 97.8, this shows varying degrees of hypothyroidism. When your temperature is above 98.2, this may indicate hyperthyroidism. Basal temperatures between 97.0 and 97.8 are much easier to cure thanContinue reading “Hypothyroidism and Adrenal Fatigue?”