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Iridology Therapy

Iridology is the study of the patterns and colours on the iris of the eye, which is the coloured part of the eye. This enables a person’s overall health condition to be determined. It is an effective and beneficial way of spotting Illnesses or Potential Illnesses even before the symptoms arise. It is a non-invasive method of viewing the iris to determine existing or potential health issues. These potential health issues, when detected earlier can assist in faster recovery or prevention of the illness from getting worse.


Each marking and zone in the iris represents a different aspect or organ of the human body. Iridologists can discover some markers of inflammation in certain specific areas. For example, the brain area is between 11 o’ clock and 1 o’clock in the iridology chart. When a grey or whitish ring forms around the brain area of the iris, this signifies the start of Dementia or the severity of it, depending in the thickness of the grey or whitish ring.


Most Doctors and Eye Specialists are aware of the benefits and accuracy of Iridology. You may recall visiting these professionals years ago, where they were under less time pressure for each appointment. These professionals would take a few seconds to look into your eyes using a torch light and magnifying glass. Eye Specialists and Opticians still do this to a certain extent and some do look for illnesses or potential illnesses such as Glaucoma and Diabetes.  Diabetes or Pre-Diabetes warnings are indicated by a thick black ring on the outer edge of the pupil.


During the Iridology consultation or therapy, findings are discussed with a view to understanding underlying pathways to a condition which could be hereditary, caused by lifestyle, including emotions and trauma. Iridology Therapy is useful especially when the person is unable to find the root cause of symptoms or unable or unaware of how to express it, such as in the case of anxiety, depression and stress.


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Having follow up Iridology check ups a few times a year, especially for those who have serious illnesses such as Diabetes and Psoriasis will also help monitor the patient’s progress. Where natural supplements are taken or recommended, the daily dosages can also be adjusted according to the patient’s progress rather than adopting a one dosage fits all approach as most follow by taking what is stated on the product’s label.


Similar to fingerprints, each person’s iris markings are unique, although similar patterns may exist. Iridology is useful for identifying congenital weaknesses that may prevent it from turning into chronic or degenerative states of disease.


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Iridology helps to find out possible genetic and hereditary traits that have been passed down through generations and strengths and weaknesses a person carries in their body. It enables the person to take control of his or her life in ensuring strengths are maintained and weaknesses reversed or strengthened.


Other professionals such as Naturopaths and Chiropractors can also benefit from Iridology.  Iridology enables Chiropractors to pinpoint the problem areas in the spine. Naturopaths can use Iridology to assess the needs of the patient best and recommend natural solutions accordingly. This then enables tailored treatments to deal with the inherent strengths and weaknesses.


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