Iridology is a technique which can be used to assess an individual’s health status and health potential.
Iridology can help to identify:
– possible causes of health problems
– suitable treatment plans
– appropriate preventative treatment.
Iridology involves the examination of the iris of the eye with a torch and magnifier, and the interpretation of the signs and markings found therein.
Iris analysis can reveal information about the body’s constitutional strengths and weaknesses, areas showing functional imbalance, hyper or hypo-functioning of body organs and systems, acute, chronic or degenerative states, the site and depth of toxic accumulations, tendencies towards certain conditions, emotional and personality patterns, and the likely causes of symptoms and disease.
The iris reflects what is happening in the body.
Imbalances can be identified before a person shows any sign of being ill, and Iridology can act as an extremely useful early warning system.
Iris analysis can alert the Iridologist to the ‘potential’ a person may have for developing certain diseases and conditions. [‘Potential’ doesn’t necessarily mean that that person will develop those conditions.] Iridology can be used preventatively in these circumstances.
However the eye cannot predict the form in which the weakness will manifest. Iridology does not name diseases, show where operations have taken place or identify removal of organs.
Potential problems can be detected through iris analysis and treated with nutritional medicine, or any of the other therapies, long before they take a strong hold. The individual then has a greater chance of avoiding the problem later in life. Iridology can be further used to chart the progress of the healing process.
A full Iridology assessment will usually involve photographing the patient’s eyes and displaying the results on a computer screen. This enables the patient to view their own irides and gain a better understanding as they are talked through the analysis.
Dietary and lifestyle changes will be suggested to support the findings.