So, What is Iridology?
Iridology is the study of the color, pigmentations, and structure of the iris or colored portion of the eye as they relate genetically through reflex response to the strengths and deficiencies of the body systems.
Iridology compliments all the health sciences as it furnishes information, not only about what may be ailing the client, but also about the root cause of the disorder. In addition, many iridologists observe the border of the pupil as well as the vascular markings in the sclera to help them better understand more about the overall health of the person.
We believe that iridology is one of the best assessment tools available to discover which areas of the body are genetically strong and which are deficient. Using iridology, we can analyze the overall constitution according to specific iris colors and markings. For example, we know through clinical research that blue-eyed people have certain tendenceis toward lymphatic weakness, sinus congestion, lung congestion, and arthritic symptoms. The dark brown-eyed person tends toward blood anomalies and glandular disturbances. The person that has inherited a mixture of both blue and brown coloration has a mixed iris clolor, and has a tendency to suffer from liver and digestive disorders.
How my service works
I will take 4-11 digital pictures of the irises and sclera. (4 if I am doing a scan, 11 if I am doing a full anaysis) I then copy them to my computer and show them on a large screen TV so you can clearly see the pictures. I spend time going over what I see up front. Then during the next couple of weeks, I spend another 2-3 hours analyzing 12 areas putting my notes into a 8-10 page report. I send you the report via email and snail mail along with pictures of your irises.
Doctors are impressed
I have analyzed the eyes of several doctors, including my own my personal doctor. They all have been impressed with the inherent tendencies I see.
This is a Science.
This science has been around for over 3000 years. Chinese used it as part of their assessment, Hippocrates used it, and there is evidence of it in King Tut's tomb. The irisis weren't really charted until the late 1800's by Ignazt Von Peczely.