What Is Iridology?

Iridology has been practiced since history has been recorded. In ancient India, Egypt and China, doctors and priests were making health related diagnosis based on the condition of the irid.

Iridology is a safe, non-invasive diagnostic technique, it requires no needles, and no anesthetic or drugs. Yet it may provide a valuable guide to health

If everybody consulted a trained Iridologist and diagnostician many exploratory operations could be avoided. This would save, cost, time and suffering on the part of the patient.

Iridology is probably ahead of its time But in the future Iridology is set to establish itself as a mainstream diagnostic technique throughout the twenty-first century.

The irid reveals body constitution, inherent weaknesses, levels of health and transitions that take place in the  body according to the way one lives.

There are thousands of individual irid fibers present. The combinations of various fiber characters make up infinite variety. Many primary health care doctors have used this form of analysis along with other diagnostic techniques to facilitate a more complete understanding of their patients health care needs.

The greatest feature and main advantage of Iridology over other forms of health screening is that changes appear in the irid before the physical symptom develops, and therefore preventive action may be taken to improve health and avoid those diseases which might otherwise follow.

Iridology does not reveal specific diseases because many diseases create similar changes in body tissues.

The irid reflects the condition of the tissues (eg. inflammation, acidity, toxicity, congested lymph, hardened arteries, etc.)  Iridology is therefore not concerned with named diseases but with restoration and maintenance of health through building up the patient’s immunity and life force. A. Jackson Read his book Eye Signs

Proclaimed throughout the ages as windows of the soul, the eyes are now acknowledged as mirrors of  the body and likened to miniature television screens recording the condition of the  various organs and tissues throughout the body.