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Iris Reading

Iridology is a non-invasive, naturopathic science to understand what is going on in the body. This includes genetic weaknesses, the level of toxicity and impacted organs. If we are committed to health and want to succeed, it is essential that we understand what we are dealing with. With the help of iridology, I can help you to customize your personal healing path for maximum results and minimal struggle. 

As part of the reading, you will receive:

💎 A written report of the analysis

💎A color-coded picture of your iris for future reference

💎 A 45 minute consultation to go over the analysis and to answer any questions you might have

💎 General recommendations to address identified issues

80 €

How to take a photo of your iris?

  1. Take the photo indoors with a good light.
  2. Point a light at the eye from a 45 degree angle.
  3. Make sure the whole iris is visible and not partially covered by the eye lid.
  4. Make sure there are no major reflections on the iris.
  5. Take the picture as close up as possible.
  6. Make sure to label the pictures as right / left eye.
If you are not sure which photos are good, or if some of them have reflections, you can send me several photos to make sure I have something to work with!

What is Iridology?

The relationship of the eye to the health of the body has been studied in different cultures for hundreds of years before the term “iridology” was coined in the 20th centure. 

One of the main philosophies of iridology is that the whole body is interconnected through the nervous system. As a result, changes in health throughout the body can often manifest themselves in the appearance of the iris.

Iridologists use iris charts to distinguish between healthy systems and organs in the body and those that are overactive, inflamed, or distressed. This information then can be used to assess susceptibility towards certain illnesses, past medical problems, or potential later health problems.

A practitioner of iridology can detect problems with different glands, impaired kidney function, heart disease, high cholesterol, malabsorption, lymphatic congestion, intestinal issues, spinal damage, issues with elimination of toxins, overtaxed nervous system and much more.

The practitioner can use this information to make recommendations regarding how to correct imbalances, so that the body can heal itself naturally and return to its natural state. Both acute conditions and potential future problems can be corrected by making changes to diet, lifestyle and with the help of herbal remedies.