Iridology is a science of questions. What we see in an iris does not tell us exactly what problems a body is experiencing. It does tell us where we are likely to find problems – where the weak links are. What we are looking at is genetic potential, not immediate chemistry. As iridologists we do not diagnose or prescribe. We inquire. We assess. We educate. It is the up to the client to decide if he/she wants to act on the information we have provided. These are the restrictions we work under unless we are licensed to practice medicine.
Iridology has been developing for many centuries. It came to modern light about 150 years ago. What was learned by inquisitive study then has evolved and continues to evolve even more rapidly in the past 20 years. That is what science does. It evolves. As new discoveries are made, good science adapts. Much of the iridology I learned when I started in the early 1980’s has changed. It behooves all iridologists to examine their practice, and stay up-to-date on current research. These iridology case studies aim to help keep modern iridologists on their toes and up-to-date.
As such the information in this site is not meant to diagnose or prescribe. Anyone who has irises similar to any of our case studies is encouraged to seek a Certified Comprehensive Iridologist and to also seek appropriate health care, including medical attention as appropriate, for any health concerns.
In these case studies I will not be recommending supplements to prevent the risk of prescribing. I will share information about the traditional use of herbs,supplements, essential oils, and emotion interpretations in closed-door advanced classes.
Clicking on the individual case studies will redirect you to my iridology website, iridology.education.