«Iridology Iridology Iridology, also known as iridodiagnosis, is an alternative medicine practice in which patterns, colors, and other characteristics ...»
Shows the condition of the autonomic nervous system. Also, when you are looking at the pupil size, you are looking at the spine. Work with the Pupil Tonus Chart. Constriction of the pupil is caused by the sphincter pupillae, a muscle encircling the pupillary margin deep inside the stroma layer. The dilator layer, consists of a thin layer of plain muscle fiber. When it contracts, it draws the pupillary margin inward and this dilates the pupil.
Is located around the pupil. Darkly pigmented layer, an extension of Posterior epithelium. If the Pupillary Margin appears to have "holes" in it, this means diabetes. The normal color is reddish brown. This is principally an analog for the spine.
In American Iridology, these are Iris Fibers. In the ciliary zone these are blood vessels running radially. These are enmeshed in connective tissue. They run toward the pupillary zone, through the ciliary zone of the iris. The vessels become wavy as the pupil dilates and straighten out as the pupil constricts. Also known as Trabeculae. (Trabecula = 1 & Trabeculae = 2)
Reactivity (contrast between light and dark). Light = more reactivity, inflammation, elimination or pain. Dark = suppressed, body cannot react sufficiently. NOTE: When there is lightness next to darkness, this means the body is trying to fight, despite a chronic condition.
Dark "dots" gathered together in any area of the iris. Indicates tendency to weakness in liver, or can mean liver damage. Some call it "pepper corns."
Any marking in iris that indicates a weakness in specific organ but can be found anywhere in the iris. Significance is determined by its structure or color, not by its location in the iris map. For example, a brown pigment indicating liver weakness, even if it is located near the heart area.
Marking found in the iris in a specific area of the body which affects that related part of the body. In other words, a marking found in the heart area which specifically means a weakness in the heart.
It travels across the iris "grain." If it is white, this means inflammation or pain. The body is reacting to an abnormal situation in the body. Significance can range from inflammation to sensitivity to latent cancer depending upon configuration and location.
Is a transversal that is missing the Schwann sheath or the Schwann sheath has been worn off (connective tissue). Is a more serious sign than the white transversal. Joseph Deck states that the Vascular Transversal indicates "inherited tendency to malignancy." Is pink or red in color. Can indicate serious tissue changes, high degree of congestion and sometimes pain. Always indicates