What is Iridology?
Iridology can be defined as the science of studying and analysing the iris, the colour part of the eye. The signs in the iris
reflect the genetic inherited pattern in the various specific constitutions each person has. Examining the iris shows us the structural, neurological and colour changes that occur within the iris over a period of time. The structural changes may indicate underlying abnormal tissue weaknesses.
The ability to view the quality of connective tissue, and also the functioning of the nervous systems, makes iridology an extremely powerful tool. The nervous system connects the iris directly to the brain. The iris displays, like a television screen, every single stimulus from the body that the brain receives. It is for this reason that any change in the body’s functions, or any disturbance in homeostasis can thus be seen and interpreted.
The tissue changes that take place in the body make iridology especially valuable in the treatment of chronic disease.
Iridology is used to:
- Pinpoint inherent health risks
- Correcting imbalances in the system
- Reversing symptoms of toxicity and high acidity
- Regaining and restoring vitality and homeostasis