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Iridology can detect hypertension, hyperthyroid, liver damage, gallbladder issues, inflammation, weakened immune system, digestive issues, allergic sensitivity, lymphatic health, high cholesterol, and more.

The practitioner will decide if Iridology is needed.

It can also be requested.

Interesting Facts

  1. There are only 3 true eye colors – Blue, Brown and Hazel.  Hazel is created when one parent with blue eyes creates an offspring with a brown eyed parent…hazel eyes can result.  Green eyes are due to a yellowing overtone in blue eyes.

  2. Two brown eyed parents can create blue eyes in their offspring.

  3. Iris as a Diagnostic Tool: Iridology is a diagnostic technique that examines the patterns, colors, and markings of the iris to gain insights into a person's health. Practitioners believe that different areas of the iris correspond to specific organs and body systems, providing valuable information about potential imbalances or weaknesses.

  4. Historical Roots: Iridology has a long history that can be traced back to ancient civilizations such as the Egyptians, Chinese, and Greeks. However, modern iridology gained recognition in the 19th century with the work of Hungarian physician Ignaz von Peczely, who observed changes in the iris related to injuries and diseases.

  5. Unique Iris Patterns: Each person's iris is unique, similar to a fingerprint. The iris contains intricate structures, pigmentation variations, and radial and concentric lines that iridologists analyze to identify potential health issues. They look for specific signs such as spots, discoloration, or irregularities that may indicate specific health conditions or genetic predispositions.

  6. Holistic Insights: Iridology is considered a holistic practice as it views the body as an interconnected system. Iridologists examine the iris to assess not only physical health but also emotional, mental, and spiritual aspects of well-being. It is believed that changes in the iris reflect overall health and can help identify potential areas of concern that may require attention or preventive measures.

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