Iridology: Lacunae and Crypts

Iridology: Lacunae and Crypts

Iridology: Lacunae & Crypts

We call the lacunae gaps or openings in the iris tissue that indicate an inherent weakness in the affected organ and can go forward even result in chronic or destructive.

The lacunae can be divided into open and closed. The open lake as its name suggests is open at one end rather than a complete circle. When the lake is open indicates that the problem is not solved completely, and therefore the disease can spread into other organs. In contrast, the closed lagoon is enclosed by a flange on all sides, forming a structure usually round or oval. The closed lagoon suggests that a localized weakness in the organic sector is unlikely to spread to adjacent organs. Are of better prognosis than the open, but always study other signs associated with them to understand the true reality.

Closed lacunae indicate, therefore, weakness of the affected organ functional and nutritional disorders, either by charge of foreign substances (toxins) or by poor irrigation circulatory or as a sequel to infection suppressed. When the disease degenerates in chronic open signs close and as it approaches a degenerative process the lagoon loses its roundness and appears oval structure and the crypt, which means more serious.

All lakes have in common the presence of a weak area located in that sector of the iris.

By looking at the gaps you'll notice the darkening, size, number and shape.

For example, if the edge of the lake is dark stains or toxins within the lagoon is obscured by a greater depth within the stroma of the iris, the prognosis is worse. If the gap is wide, indicating that the weakness is affecting more organic territory.

On the other hand, some schools of iridology have made a very detailed classification of the lakes by number and disposition. We will not go into much detail or we can say categorically that this sort of gap that type of pathology but then happened to mention different provisions and forms that can be presented and the conclusion we have reached some Seasoned iridologists.

Lacunae twins: They are closely linked and can determine more or less benign tumors according to the depth of the stroma.

Double Lacunae cut down the center: It looks like a trail shoe. Anemia may indicate renal dysfunction.

Lacunae traversed by a bright white radio: Can microbial infection in the body for the sector.

Lacunae Braided shaped sheet: It tells us endocrine system disorder.

Lacunae jellyfish shaped open: Can a destructive process.

Lacunae in the form of staggered tile: Can indicate a tendency malignant tumor proliferation as depth.

Lacunae in margarita effect: The effect occurs when many gaps margarita cover much of the stroma orderly along the crown iris, usually appearing as giant gaps. Are indicative of endocrine disorders. Moreover, when we see many gaps arising from the iris crown this indicates the possibility of intestinal diverticula by weakness of intestinal tissue.

The crypts are signs in the form of small holes, diamond-shaped, usually affecting the structure of the iris to its deepest layers, showing a black or very dark. They are the final step in the pathological site. These are the signs that indicate poor prognosis in the evolutionary scale in health.

The crypts can sometimes be confused with black dots that create the doubt of whether they are stains. The crypts indicate an organic lesion showing that the body is already affected tissue is destroyed by being discontinued all humoral or enzymatic process in that place. When these points are connected or within any other sign of pathology, are often the result of the disease in question causes a destructive process. Where such crypts or points of destroyed tissue, are isolated with no apparent pathological connection should result from an accident, injury, or rupture that destroyed a tissue. When these injuries, cuts, amputations, are produced under the effect of anesthesia, leave no signal disruption of the iris because the information of the nerve impulse is suppressed by anesthesia.

This shows that the crypts are a clear example that not necessarily the most striking signs are to be the most important as they can sometimes go unnoticed.

Unlike lakes, which usually only appear in the 4th or 5th zone of the iris crypts, or points destructive, also appear in the area of the pupil, and signs compatible with mucosal lesions or gastric wall and / or bowel.

Like the lakes, the crypts may have impregnated edges toxemic spots, indicating an accumulation toxemic added to the injury of the organ affected.

In the picture above you can see a rich iris gaps due to constitutional weakness. Highlights the weakness primarily intestinal and glandular.

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