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Iridology is the practice of looking at the fiber, color,
texture and pattern in the iris of the eye to determine whether a person is exhibiting any
inflammation, stress or inherent weaknesses in the overall body constitution. It was discovered
by two European doctors in the 1860’s. Since that time, Iridology has been used widely in Europe
and Asia as a single tool for determining a person’s health, or in conjunction with other
Dr. Bernard Jensen brought Iridology to the United States around
1935. As a Chiropractor and Herbalist, Dr. Jensen has documented thousands of case histories
and therapies using Iridology as part of his routine examination of a client. From his work we
find that the eye truly is the window of the soul. The eye chart he developed is the one
used worldwide today.
Some Iridologists take a photograph of the eye and compare it to the eye chart. Other
iridologists use a penlight and magnifying glass to look into a patient’s eyes while the person
is seated comfortably in a chair. In either case, the eye analysis will show whether a person
has a generally good constitution or a poor one.
We know from research using electron microscopes, that each fiber in the iris is
actually a nerve sheath containing over 20,000 nerve fibers. Each of the nerve fibers
travels through the central nervous system to every organ, system and area of the human body.
As such, each region of the iris represents an area of the body.
The patterns, structures, colors and degree of lightness and darkness in the iris will
reveal the health of that particular area, including: irritation, injury or degeneration of
the tissues and organs.
Iridologists use herbs known to feed a particular organ or system, as well as vitamins
and minerals, to enhance the body’s own healing mechanisms. Even people with hopeless
conditions have found relief using the information discovered through an Iridology exam.
Iridology is a simple, painless and non-intrusive tool for assessing health and
well-being. It can be an integral part of preventative healthcare.
Sources: Kathy Sincere, CNC, Lakewood CO; Jeni Schraisuhm, RM, Boulder CO.