Iridology- Subtypes by Color 2

In this blog, I want to finish talking about Subtypes by color. This video describes the tendencies to the Subtypes by color for the Lymphatic and Biliary constitutions. This is an example of the Hematogenic, or brown-eyed person. Although there are no subtypes by color, I have been able to see Ferrum Chromatose subtype when I lighten the iris. For example, look at this one: This is a better picture than the one I have in the video showing the Tiger-Striping. If you have any question, please let me know. I am happy to help.

Iridology-Subtypes by Physical Integrity

This video explains how an Iridologist describes Subtypes by Physical Integrity through the structure of the iris. There are four main subtypes. The video tell what tendencies are with each. The first one is called a Neurogenic. The fibers in the iris are tight. The next one is called an Anxiety Tetanic. The fibers have circular arcs called contraction furrows. The third one is called Polyglandular. That is because the have several flower petal looking markings around the collarette. (I will discuss more about the collarette in another video.) The fourth one is called Connective Tissue. The collarette is usually expanded and the fibers are very loose.

Iridology-Subtypes by Color

In this video, I described the Subtypes by color for the Lymphatic and Biliary Iris Constiutions. I describe what they look like, but not the tendencies for the subtypes, so here they are. The next blog I will discuss more about subtypes by color. Lymphatic Iris Constitution Overacid Febrile Hydrogenoid (Lymphatic Rosary) Uric Acid Diathesis Scurf Rim Overacid What it looks like-The iris will blue overall, but the fibers will be lighter. Or in other words– it is blue with whitish fibers. Tendencies: the body is generally acidic and because of this there are more tendencies to arthritis, allergies, fibromyalgia and the kidneys may require more attention. Febrile What it looks like-The

Iridology-How the Iris is read

This is a short video educating you on what an Iridologist look at when assessing the Iris. Iridology is the science of assessing the irises color and markings that have been inherited from up to seven generations back. It is all based on tendencies, especially if there are no present symptoms. The inherited tendencies are usually set in the iris by the time a person reaches 6 years of age. Once set, the iris does not change, much. There may be slight changes in color and developing pigments with life happenings. I will talk more about pigments in another blog. It is important to have as many of the family get Iris analysis. I have done the analysis of my children, my parents, spouse,

Iridology-Main Iris Types

In the last blog, we learned what Iridology is. In the next several blogs, I will break it down into smaller segments so you can better understand just how valuable this assessment can be in helping you gain control of your health. In this video, I will explain the main iris types and the associated tendencies. Main Iris Types: Lymphatic-Blue eyes Biliary-Hazel eyes Hematogenic-Brown eyes Each color eyes have certain tendencies to them. When you hear the word, "tendency", it means just that. It doesn't mean you are going to automatically have these symptoms, it means people of this certain scenario have these symptoms more than other scenarios. You will hear this word throughout the ser

Iridology-What is it?

As an Iridologist, I get asked that question quite often. Or, "Iri-what?" Many people have never heard of Iridology. It is the study of the iris; its color, structure and markings that seven generations of inherited traits made you who you are. A couple of dictionaries and some of the most notable Iridologists explain it this way: Dorland's Medical Dictionary Iridology is a diagnostic technique based on the premise that early pathologic changes elsewhere in the body are reflected in the iris before disease becomes clinically apparent; an analysis of a person's state of health may be made by visual examination of the iris, with the color, density, and position of deposited pigment helping t

Is Bowenwork right for YOU

Frozen Shoulder, back pain, TMJ, Colic are just some issues that can be resolved with the Bowenwork technique.

Bowenwork-Helping those with Cancer

https://vimeo.com/100268419 Click on the link above to watch a video about: Sandra Gustafson RN, BSN, MHS, Bowenwork Practitioner and Instructor, interviews Pat Purdy about how Bowenwork has supported her through two rounds of breast cancer diagnoses and treatment. Pat very generously volunteered her time and willingness to share her story of how breast cancer and her medical treatment have affected her life, and how her Bowenwork practitioner has supported her in managing how she copes with the challenges, and continues to live her life, including working full-time. Andrew Hathaway very generously volunteered his time and videography skills in making this video. My sincerest thanks to Pat a

Aperient-What is it?

An aperient: The word means "to open" or to "evacuate". It is another word for laxative. Or in this case, a mild laxative. It was a word used mostly in the 1800's. When a customer asked me what it was, I had forgotten the meaning. That made for a good topic today. According to Dr. John R. Christopher, in his book The School of Natural Healing, "Aperients or laxatives excite moderate peristalsis, and produce normal stool formation without griping or irritation. Many fruits are aperient, and the drinking of large quantities of water is also laxative. This category of evacuant agent is the one generally used for infants and very weak people. Aperients are mild and slow, and these generally

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