Iridology

 

 

What Is Iridology?

Iridology is the science and study of the colored part of the eye, the iris. Although, iridology arrived in the 1950s by way of Dr. Bernard Jensen, study of the irises dates back as early as the 17th Century. Modern iridologists, using a special lens and lighting,  are able to see the fibers, colors, dark areas, and other marks that make up the iris. These delicate structures are believed to have a reflex correlation to specific areas or organs of the body. When carefully examined, they can give much information regarding genetic weaknesses or predispositions. Iris analysis shows whether a person exhibits generally a good, strong constitution or a poor one, depending upon the density of the iris fibers.

Therefore, Iridology does not name diseases, but rather it is concerned with the restoration and strengthening of the weak points, and the prevention of future problems. Iris analysis shows whether a person exhibits generally a good, strong constitution or a poor one, depending upon the density of the iris fibers.

 

Our Approach: Constitutional Iridology

Most iridologists place heavy emphasis on the iris in regards to to current medical conditions. To emphasize, iridology does not name diseases. While some changes in health status can be reflected in the eyes,  much of what is detected relates to genetic predispositions. This is where we will focus most of our attention: Constitutional Iridology.

Using our high resolution camera, we will observe the patterns, marks, and color variations, including light and dark colors, to tell if an area of the body is strong or weak. Iridology can tell us the condition of the tissue; It reveals if an area is overactive, inflamed, irritated, or degenerative. Our goal is to provide you with an accurate analysis, complete with preventative diagnostics and formulas for your specific needs.