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Patrick was definitely the only person I was interested in contacting or talking to with regards to my run down, burnt-out, overstressed, overweight, over-40 (with dodgy knees) and time-constrained situation. A week or two in Thailand was not going to do the trick: so Patrick asked his questions, applied his charm (and of course expertise and iron will in a nice way) and got me to commit to a 28 day detox program while at home and working.

I don’t know how Patrick managed to keep his cool and faith in the face of a non-foto, non-weighing, non video conferencing client for 28 days of raw fruit detox (including in my case about 20days  fasting, 2weeks lymphatic herbal cleansing and my insistence that there must be exercise! ).  Whatever the case : we connected and I persevered (not for the faint hearted – although the fruit and ginger and cinnamon were fun..) and apart from my skin clearing, my energy coming back, general inflammations (knees!) having been mostly banished and my hair failing to turn back to black; it’s 3  months later and I am told that I glow (for a guy: that’s a worrying state of affairs if  it doesn’t come with batteries or superpowers…. but I’ll take what I can ).

Incidentally: I lost about 16 kg, an inch from my neck, a second and third chin, and 4inches on the waist during the program and a week after it. Subsequently a few more kilos and an inch or two more from the waist are gone (now about 12 weeks since starting the program). Being a rugby build 189cm tall big guy who had reached. 117kg: not bad!

What makes any program work for any individual is expertise, motivation, perseverance, and, if you are lucky, teamwork – Patrick brought his expertise, experience, charm and friendship in a true sense to the table every day even at thousands of miles remove and I am grateful to him and much improved.

Anonymous N

Deep Tissue Herbal Cleanse

Focusing on the Lymphatic System (the body’s sewer system), Lymph Nodes (the septic tanks), and the kidneys (the main lymph filter), these new kits will guide you through a deeper and more thorough detoxification and set the stage for a more complete healing and cellular regeneration.   

Dr. Morse Herbs



 Herbs the ancient wisdom to make your detox program most successful

Week 1 – 2

  • Kidneys & Bladder Tonic I Capsules

  • Kidneys & Bladder Tonic II Tincture

  • Lymphatic System Tonic I Capsules

  • Liver/Gallbladder Tonic Tincture

  • Endocrine Balance Tincture

  • Parasite G Tincture

  • Parasite M Tincture

  • Stomach & Bowel Capsules

Choose the Correct Stomach & Bowels Formula Based on Your Current Bowel Movement Frequency

  • Stomach & Bowels Tonic #0 is for excessive movements and diarrhea-type stools.

  • Stomach & Bowels Tonic #1 is for loose stools and those who have 3 or more movements a day.

  • Stomach & Bowels Tonic #2 is for one bowel movement a day, or someone who misses a day once in a while.

  • Stomach & Bowels Tonic #3 is for someone whose bowels move every other day to every 3rd day.

  • Stomach & Bowels Tonic #4 is for someone whose bowels move every third day or so.

  • Stomach & Bowels Tonic #5 is for someone whose bowels are not moving much at all and needs a big boost to get going.

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Herbal Toxicity


While the internet is a wonderful tool for access to information (and therefore empowerment through education!), online sources of information should always be regarded with utmost discernment. With herbs in particular, you will frequently note that the first five or six search results returned are mainstream health or medical sites with a vested interest in pharmaceuticals—not natural remedies. Even sites created or referenced by herbalists can be replete with misinformation, often copy/pasted from mainstream “health” sites or other sources perpetuating outdated traditional usage information.

Many of the so-called “toxic” herbs have deep actions, but they also have buffers that help protect the body. When you approach doses that are more than our body can handle, you’ll experience some sort of purging (usually nausea/vomiting but there can be other ways as well). This is the protective constituents of the herbs at work—they are forcing your body to purge so that you do not take in more than your body can handle. To someone looking at the situation superficially and not understanding how herbs work, this appears to be the herb poisoning you, because it made you vomit (so obviously it can’t be good for you, right?). But remember, a purgative effect is not always a bad thing! Lobelia is one such misunderstood herb…while it can be considered toxic when taken in large doses, if you’re taking the whole herb you will ALWAYS vomit before you can ingest enough to poison yourself. In herbology, we use lobelia when one cannot breathe as this causes one to vomit, which causes a clearing of the lung pathways so the individual can breathe.

The second factor is the percentage/ratio, this comes into play if you’re taking a formula as opposed to a single herb. In combination formulas like ours, there are many herbs mixed together for their synergistic effects. When you look at a formula where poke root, for example, is one of 10 ingredients…the poke root is likely something like 1/10thof the formula. Our formula ratios are proprietary and cannot be disclosed, but poke root specifically is never more than a small fraction of the formula. So especially with a combination formula, the odds of ingesting enough poke root (or any other supposedly “toxic” herb) to do any “harm” to the body or constitute an “overdose” or “too much” is all but impossible. Additionally, when combined the herbs have a synergistic effect—meaning they work together to produce a result where the whole is greater than the sum of the parts. This extends to the protective nature of the herbs as well, so those protective buffers increase exponentially in combination formulas as well.

It’s important to remember in herbology that many herbs have shown adverse effects when taken in large doses, but actually have a strengthening or tonic action when taken at lower doses.

In every single case of a “scientific” study showing that an herb is toxic or causes organ damage, the whole herb itself was not used. Instead, isolates of specific parts of the herb were used—the problem with this practice is that when you isolate certain substances the protective constituents are stripped off. When using whole herbs (and our formulas are 100% whole herbs, never isolated constituents) the protective buffers are left intact and the herbs function the way they are meant to.

The biggest scam the allopathic/pharmaceutical companies use to instill fear about botanicals is the “active principle” in the specific herb. The problem here is that pharmaceuticals use only the active principle and increase its potency. Active principles are always buffered in botanicals with synergistic chemistry.

Even when whole herbs are used in studies, in many cases (especially animal studies), the amount of the herb used is nowhere near anything a human would be consuming. Amounts of herbs far in excess of even “medicinal doses” are used—often anywhere from 10 to 30 or even 50 percent of the animals’ total diet. Think about how much you consume in a day and imagine 10% or more of that being one herb—the idea of anyone consuming that much of an herb for any length of time is rather ridiculous!  And let’s not forget that in animal studies, the subject animals are almost always rats (sometimes rabbits), who are quite different physiologically from humans. Yet recommendations for human use are being based upon how excessive doses of herbs affected a completely different species.

Comfrey is a great example of this. It is commonly believed that comfrey is linked to hepatoxicity (causing damage to the liver), and many studies support this. However, these studies are conducted as described above—on animals using excessive doses. The Botanical Safety Handbook actually states the following under Human Pharmacological Studies for Comfrey:

No evidence of liver damage was found in regular consumers of comfrey leaf.

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