Iridology. Digestive system. Part 1

Iridology. Digestive System

ID = Iris right
II = left Iris

Mapping study of the digestive system
The different bodies that are part of this system in the iris are distributed as follows:

Stomach: in the 1st zone around the pupil.
Intestine: on the 2nd border area by the stomach and the iris corona.
The mouth is located at 9 minutes in the right iris (ID) and 51 in the left (II).
Pharynx: 11, 12 minutes I.D., 48, 49 I.I.
Esophagus: 16 minutes I.D., 44 I.I.
Duodenum: 38 minutes I.D. and in the 2nd zone along the boundary between the ascending colon and cecum.
Liver: 38 and 39 minutes I.D.
Gall: like the liver only that above this zone in the 3rd.
Pancreas: 35, 36 minutes in the I.D. in the 3rd area.
Appendix: 32 minutes in the I.D. between 2nd and 3rd zone.
Rectum: 34 minutes I.I.

The first thing that draws our attention to an iris note is that, generally, the area of the stomach and intestine is more colored than the rest of the iris. This is the simple explanation that this device is the most heavily polluted by our poor diet. This is where most toxins and poisons accumulate and, therefore, iris accurately reflected.

Iris are many signs that can be found in the iris associated with the digestive system. With regard to the stomach include the ring of the stomach. When this sign in the stomach area is unavoidable signal that something is wrong in it. By contrast, a healthy stomach does not reflect any sign on this 1st iris area. The presence of stomach ring is related to the integrity of the stomach wall, which in turn depends directly on the amount of acid produced in it. When this ring is whiter than the rest of the fibers of the iris is a sign of hyperactivity by excess acidity (heartburn, heartburn, gastritis, for example). If, however, the ring stomach becomes more darker than the normal fibers of the iris is a symptom of loss of ability to produce hydrochloric acid with the resulting chronic gastritis.

According to some Seasoned iridologists as Bernard Jensen belly ring can be divided into two, with the inside, closest to the pupil, corresponding to the mucosa of the stomach, and the outer half that corresponds with the stomach muscles.

If the area next to the pupil signs like spots can say that there are problems in the stomach mucosa. We also have to look if you look at the so-called ring of assimilation with the pupil and the presence of this we can indicate the difficulty for the digestive system in the assimilation of nutrients.

In the other different bodies may show weaknesses, gaps, crypts, pigments that will guide us on the status of organ function in question. However, there are no concrete signs that tell us the presence of gallstones, being mineral concretions, that do not have to affect the fabric of the gallbladder, they can have signs, however, when because of these phenomena have occurred painful (cramps). Recall that the signs that appear in the iris nerve stimuli are presented, and is the irritation or stimulation of these nerves which can cause its onset.

In the picture above we can see a ring of the stomach but no signs inside and not too marked. Also appreciated the ring of assimilation with the pupil indicating difficulties in the assimilation of nutrients.

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