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What Is Iridology?
Iridology is the study of the iris part of the eye.  The study and practice of Iridology is not new.  The oldest records uncovered thus far show that a form of iris
interpretation  was used in ancient China 1000 years before Christ.

The science and practice of Iridology is performed by analyzing the colored portion of the eye, along with the sclera (white part of the eye).  The iris is connected
to every organ in the human body by way of the nervous system.  

Through the optic nerves, which are attached to the eyes, vision information is sent to the brain.  Information is then sent from the brain back to the eye about your overall level of health.  Iridology reveals the level of health and the presence of tissue inflammation in the body, where it is located and what stages it has reached.

Today, in the 20th century, doctors and scientists primarily from the United States, have brought Iridology into worldwide recognition.

Do you know that no two eyes are the same, not even your own?

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Disclaimer:  This website is for educational purposes only and the information contained herein is not intended to diagnose, treat, or cure disease.  This website in no way advertises as an optometrist; employs a means of measuring of powers of vision or an adaptation to lenses.  We do not use lenses in the testing of the eye, in the sale of spectacles, eye glasses, etc.  We do not examine the human eye by the employment of any subjective or objective physical means to ascertain the presence or abnormal defect for the purpose of relieving then by the use of lenses, prisms, or other physical or mechanical means; nor do we practice or prescribe contact lenses or utilize pharmaceutical agents for diagnostic or therapeutic purposes in the practice of optics.