Iridology Course

Iridology course online. Articles with charts of the iris. Photos of the iris. Blood, lymphatic and mixed constitution. Pigments or marks on the iris. Iridianos signs. Description of gaps, sun rays and pigments on the iris. State of health description: acute, subacute, chronic and degenerative. Iridiana density.

Definition of Iridology

The Iridology is the science, and even as we see art that deals with the study of the iris, in particular its color, markings, changes, and see how all these signs are related to health or infirmity of the subject.

We say that is a science because there are principles recognized, they are a very well defined and growing body of knowledge, coming into force of this technique and thus constitutes an established science.

Iridology is not yet an exact science in the sense that everything is working mechanically or strict. On the contrary, as a true biological science, there are still many details that are discovered, and even once discovered knowledge to interpret them. The only way forward in this science is continuing research in the signs that appear in the iris and comparing with the disease symptoms experienced by people who possess them. In fact, one can say that iridology, at this time reveals much more than we understand.

Types of iris. Lymphatic Constitution. Iridology

Types of iris. Lymphatic Constitution. Iridology

Seasoned iridologists almost all recognize that the eyes are basically two colors: blue or brown hazelnut. The color is in the dark layer of pigment and when we try to describe the anatomy of the iris. The pigment is usually hereditary thing, part of an inherent structure, and is the purest in the newborn. With the passage of time and due to lifestyle and food color becomes darker. It is noteworthy that parents of children born just blue iris with the same color. The light blue or light blue always predominates. However, the brown color is not dominant, for parents of children may be born brown iris blue iris.

Crown of the autonomic system. Iridology

Crown of the autonomic system. Iridology
The first concentric circle that occurs after the pupillary margin. Dividing the iris into zones, the crown iris is located in the 3rd area of the iris, a third of distance from the pupil. In a perfect state of health is virtually corona not appreciate. However, I observe this sign iris iris at all, whatever their density, constitution, etc. In some iris is more difficult to visualize, but with a little practice we will see at all.

The structure of the crown of the iris
is sensitive to alterations in autonomic nervous flux and to some extent gives us a rough idea of the equilibrium state of this system. The reason is that just in this area is located the "border" between sympathetic nerve activity and parasympathetic activity regulating the movement of the iris and pupil. Any imbalance in these autonomic nervous systems result in an alteration of the shape, size and location of the autonomous nervous wreath.

Constitution blood. Iridology

Constitution blood. Iridology
They are brown or brown iris, whose color ranges from clear to highly pigmented hazelnut. Iris In these fibers, as noted above, are more difficult to observe. The trends are: blood type problems, circulatory and glandular.

Mainly in this constitution are the irises in circular rings appearing or nervous. The tendency of these rings show a tendency to spasm of nervous, too much stress or tension. In general excess of nerve function. These iris with the presence of multiple circular rings are known as nerve-iris toxoid.

In this photo it can be seen as oscurecemiento nerve rings of the intestinal tract and glandular tendency to constipation. The darkest areas indicate places where organic toxins tend to accumulate. Also you can see sunlight, ie channels indicating more accumulation bodies toxemic with intestinal origin.

Mixed or biliary Constitution. Iridology

Mixed or biliary Constitution. Iridology
It is the constitution which is between the lymphatic and blood. It is easily confused with the blood because there is enough pigment in the fibers of the iris, but if you look carefully with a magnifying glass very well be observed fibers. Although for many it is a basic constitution include it because many of the irises of its kind to be seen. The main trends of the holders of these iris are problems of a liver, biliary and tendency to constipation.

This iris can be seen darkening of the intestinal tract (tendency to constipation with difficulty in the removal of intestinal toxins). Stresses the spot with an open gap in the liver area of this organ failure.

Arcus senilis (Gerontoxon) in Iridology

Arcus senilis in Iridology

Under the age of the individual, is more often seen the emergence, for the top of the iris, a veil translucent, semi-transparent, bluish-gray that looks like a single unit with the sclera. It looks as if the whites were trying to place themselves above the iris and in doing so, erase the sharp edges of the iris. When it is thicker and wider, arcus can cover a significant portion of the brain areas. This sign indicates cerebral arteriosclerosis and anemia, pointing with many years in advance of the dangers of paralysis, thrombosis, strokes and the like.

In iridology ring differs from sodium, which we discussed above, in that while it respects transparency in the area of the skin in the arcus opacity is becoming progressively. Moreover, the cholesterol ring covers the whole circle of the iris, while the arcus is always located in the upper, or sometimes even in the lower zone.

Flattening and pupillary offsets in Iridology

Pupillary flattening in Iridology
Are flat deformations of a part of the pupil. This usually happens by a sluggish pupillary sphincter muscle partial. On this occasion we will consider whether the sign is only an iris or both, as well as the area of the pupil where the flattening. The diagnostic interpretation of this sign is sluggish iridologist or decreased vegetative tone in a given area.

Circular nerve ring fragmented Iridology

Circular nerve ring fragmented Iridology

They are like a circle or semicircle arches usually located at the peripheral part of the 5th zone of the iris. Every day, its frequency is higher in people. These are the unmistakable sign of a general state of tension that caused by our way of life. They are a clear symptom of stress. Nerve rings are a sign of a functional, so that the symptoms displayed by people who have them are essentially of this type, without organic lesion, unless there is another sign added, that makes us suspicious of any failure or injury tissue.

Ring scaly or crusty edge in Iridology

Ring scaly or crusty edge in Iridology
Squamous ring is a circular area which begins in the darkened area of skin (7th zone) and extends to the pupil. The darkening depends on the amount of toxins and drugs that are in the body. A ring does not always form a squamous complete ring around the periphery of the iris, but when he arrives to join, the more width is more indicative is the poisoning of the body.

The presence of scaly ring or edge of crust indicates hypoactivity in the tissues involved, mainly the skin and circulatory systems. This indicates that the patient's body is full of toxic wastes, especially the small and often also the lungs. The ring indicates that retention of toxins due to poor elimination through the skin.

Ring of anemia or cholesterol in iridology

Within the Iridology is very easy to visualize this circle. This ring is manifested in the periphery of the iris, but as a whole within the iris, showing a little skin area. We must not confuse it with the arcus which talk later. Their presence indicates the amount of problems toxemic, mineralizing and circulation.

This ring of cholesterol or sodium is in fact a deposit of lipids (fats) in the back of the cornea. This means that you would normally be related to high blood cholesterol, although it has not shown that this ring is formed from cholesterol. Other authors relate their presence with a tendency to hypertension due to excess sodium in the blood for routine feeding combination of saturated fats and animal. On the other hand reveals a lack of potassium, abundant in all skin and cuticles of foods.

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