Iridology. Degenerative condition

Iridology. Degenerative condition
Degenerative condition
This is the final stage of the disease in humans. The iris is presented with a darker color than in the chronic covering almost the entire iris. Gaps or crypts appear darker with black spots coming to the last layer of the iris. Cut fibers are showing that tissue is destroyed. Rings appear typical of the ossification of the circulatory system and mineral metabolism. A dark and these signs should be added toxemic clear signs indicating whether a permanent worsening of the disease is invading other parts of the body. Melanin spots appear to be divided by the iris indicating liver overload.

It is in this state of degeneration where there is a very severe degree of hypoactivity, which sometimes progresses to complete destruction of tissues. At this stage the tissue retains little, if any, ability to function. The end result of a degenerative disease is the failure of the organism in their attempt to survive. However, sometimes a very rigorous health regimen, the body has responded favorably and was able to regain a more acceptable state of health. In order to achieve better health that is necessary to go through so-called "healing crisis" that will lead to different health states previously have seen. To better understand this in future entries explain what a "healing crisis" and as manifested in the iris.

Explanation of the picture above

In this case we see how the natural color of the iris has almost been replaced by the generalized toxemia. At the top appears what is known as arcus iridology, indicating a lack of oxygen in the upper body, especially the brain, diminishing his powers.

Melanin spots appear different, pointing to liver hypofunction. Even in the area of the sigmoid colon crypt there is a dark suspicion that makes us think of such a zone degenerative trends of the colon.

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