After the initial Iridology analysis the client need only go through the muscle-testing procedure to see what their body needs next. The recommendation is to do followup visits every 6-8 weeks to stay current on the needs of the body as it corrects itself.
What is Going on in my Body?
Iridology answers the question. The ability to identify the presence of early pathology, or disease, in the tissues of the body is the hallmark of using Iridology analysis. Even before lab tests and clinical detection can show the problem, analysis of the iris, the colored part of the eye, will reveal a person's aches, pains and symptoms in their earliest stages without using any invasive techniques.
Iridology is the science and practice of analyzing the markings, colors, and configurations, under magnification, of the iris. It reveals inflammation, where it is located, inherent weaknesses, and levels of health and body constitution. Upon close inspection it is discovered that the iris is like a microcomputer readout of bodily functions and conditions. By analyzing the various signs and markings it can determine the present state of health or weakness in specific areas of the body, such as heart, lungs, pancreas, stomach and colon.
How Did Iridology Develop?
In the early 1800s a Hungarian physician, Ignatz von Peczely, started seeing a connection in his patients' irises with their injuries or illnesses, and he concluded that there was a reflex relationship between the various markings in the iris, and the rest of the body. He was certain that the iris mirrored tissue changes in the various parts of the body because as the patient healed, the markings in their iris changed. Von Peczely created the first rudimentary Iridology chart over 100 years ago, based on his findings. Since then Iridology has progressed tremendously, with numerous scientists and doctors refining the scope and improving the chart. In the United States Dr. Bernard Jensen developed the most comprehensive chart that is still the most accurate and most used one today.
How It Works
The iris of the eye is an extension of the brain, endowed with hundreds of thousands of nerve endings, microscopic blood vessels, muscle tissue and other tissues. It is connected to every organ and cell of the body by way of the brain and central nervous system. The nerve fibers receive their impulses by way of connection to the optic nerve, optic thalami, and spinal cord. Both sympathetic and parasympathetic nervous systems are present in the iris. Through the use of magnification it is possible to chart the area of the body needing correction, and restore health, using nutritional supplementation. As the body is given the correct supplements it is able to nourish and rebuild the depleted areas. Over time the changes show up in the iris, mucous or congested areas become clear, certain markings fade away, and the color becomes clearer and cleaner looking.