Ελληνική Αγροτική Ανάπτυξη

Ελληνική Αγροτική Ανάπτυξη

Παρασκευή, 18 Μαρτίου 2011

Iridology as preventive health care

Iridology for diagnoses of disease can be used to avoid exploratory operations. Iridology can help to maintain a healthy life. Prevention of illnesses can be achieved with iridology.
Iridology is the study of the iris which can diagnose disease, it requires no needles, anaesthetic or drugs, and it is a safe and non-invasive diagnostic technique. Many exploratory operations could be avoided by using this technique and it could save time, costs and suffering on patients that conventional medicine does not. Iridology can provide a valuable guide to preventing and maintaining good health. 

The father of modern iridology is Ignatz von Peczely a 19th century Hungarian physician. He got this diagnostic tool we know as iridology from catching an owl in his backyard and seeing a clear black line rising in the owl’s eye after accidentally breaking it’s leg in the struggle to catch it. He nursed the owl back to health and whilst doing this he observed the appearance of cracked white lines across the black area in the owl’s eye. In the field of natural healing the German minister Pastor Felke developed a form of homeopathy for treatment of specific illnesses and described new iris signs in the early 1900s. Iridology became known better in the 1950s by an American chiropractor known as Bernard Jensen that began classes with his own method. Discover how iridology can help you.

Discover the safe and non-invasive technique called iridology.
The coloured portion of the eye known as the iris has a role as the regulator of light levels that reach our retina. The fibres are as unique as fingerprints and are invaluable in identification in modern security systems. Diagnostic skills of an iridologist are combined with a therapeutic discipline, such as nutrition, herbalism, or homeopathy along with lifestyle advice. 

In Iridology there are parts of the eye that are visible without using special equipment such as Sclera (white part of the eye), Iris (coloured part), Pupil (the black opening in the centre of the iris that lets light pass through to the retina), and the Cornea (clear covering over the iris and the pupil). When the iris contracts or relaxes, this is when the pupil changes size according to the amount of light that is present.


The exams for these parts of the eye can reveal diseases that affect parts of our body or our entire body. A Retinal exam can show high blood, high cholesterol, diabetes, retinoblastoma (a rare eye and brain tumor), and certain protozoan and parasitic infections. A Pupillary exam when diagnosed as abnormal may indicate, drug intoxication, diabetes, and vascular disease. A Sceral exam may detect Grave’s disease which is a component of hyperthyroidism. A Corneal exam may detect very rare diseases involving excess deposit of minerals such as iron and copper in various body organs.

Nutrition and iridology are inseparable to achieve a healthy way of life. Iridology has the ability to forewarn us of the potential diseases that can become present in our bodies. To avoid this we must exercise and maintain good nutrition on a regular basis. Potentially an integral part of preventive health care is iridology.

Source :http://vitality bliss.com

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  1. In Greece:
    Hellenic Medical School of Iridology

    2, Lidias st.
    544 53 Thessaloniki
    GREECE
    Tel: +3 031 949417
    Fax: +3 031 906086
    e-mail: irismed@otenet.gr
    The School functions one Sunday per month, for 3 hours every time (for 2 years) and it includes both theory and practice, in the total number of 100 hours. Doctors, osteopathics, physiotherapists, naturopathics, psychologists and generally individuals that are occupied with alternative medicine may attend the lessons. Italian, Russian and Greek Iridology doctors teach. At the end of the courses, and after successful exams, it is given a diploma. Especially, doctors will receive the diploma of the Medical School of the Russian People's Friendship University of Moscow.

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