Iridology is a technique of alternative medicine that examines the patterns, colors, and characteristics of the iris in a person’s eye in order to determine the status of the patient’s holistic health. The idea follows the principle that the “eyes are the windows to the soul” and can be mapped to parts of the body. Particular shapes and colors are expected as healthy, and others indicate imbalance or health issues with a particular body part.


Eyes: The Windows to Your Health | National Geographic

Ophthalmologist Neal Adams explains why the eye's tissues and blood vessels make such a good barometer for wellness.

Iridology Simplified: An Introduction to the Science of Iridology and Its Relation to Nutrition

Bernard Jensen, who pioneered Iridology in the United States, presents a basic introduction to this science which analyzes the delicate structures of the iris to reveal and locate inflammation in the body.


An iris-based diagnostic tool for prevention against illness and disease.


Iridology-What the Iris Shows

Iridologist shows sign as seen in the iris of the eye. Iris signs relate to health challenges.

The History of Iridology

In the 17th, 18th and 19th centuries, writings and works on Iris markings and their meanings were recorded, mainly by medical practitioners.


Behavioral Iridology

Behavioural Iridology gives you a chance to explore the transmigration of iris patterns in your eye and how they are playing themselves out in your life. Your eyes are a blueprint of your genetic inheritance.

10 Conditions That Iridology Can Detect

Iridology is a method of uncovering potential health conditions by examining the coloured area of the eye, known as the iris.


Personality Iridology

Is Your Eye a Window to Your Health? Iridology Says Yes

I'm sitting calmly in the closed bar area of Georgia's Market downtown as Faith Bost puts a black plastic cuplike device over my eye. Look straight ahead, she says, as she takes a photo.


How to Perform an Iridology on Yourself

How to perform self-examination and self-diagnose? CNM lecturer Dr Peter Jackson-Main explains how to do it. Study Iridology


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