Lesions Lacunae And Crypts

Iris Closed Lesion

These are the iris signs that lower constitutional quality and represent acquired or inherited weaknesses in the body. They are recognized by their shapes. They vary in size and in degrees of darkness. An open lesion is one that has one end opened up, while the other end is usually closed. Being open indicates to the lesion, lacunae, crypt iridologist that this tissue is active in that nutrients, circulation and metabolic functions are flowing through the tissue, although at a reduced rate. THE...

The Digestive System Stomach Intestines

Iridology Underacid Stomach Iris

The digestive system is the hub of the body. Nutrients that sustain body tissues are obtained from it. Notice that the stomach is located in the middle of the iris immediately surrounding the pupil, in zone 1. Coming out toward the nerve wreath, you will see a round halo or circle that is light in coloration. This indicates an acidic condition in the stomach. There is an imbalance in the hydrochloric acid and digestive enzyme level. Protein digestion is being impaired. SMALL, TIGHT PUPIL...

Major Iris Signs And Markings

Lymphatic Rosary Brown Iris

There are many details to the features observed in the iris. The most obvious ones are mentioned here so that you can begin to understand the basic meanings, as this is an introductory booklet and not an in-depth commentary. Refer to the Science and Practice of Iridology by Dr. Bernard Jensen, for further studies. Major iris signs and markings are eye color and variations, lesions, lacunae, crypts, the scurf rim, radii solaris, lymphatic rosary, irritations, arcus senilis, nerve rings,...

Basic Iris Topography

Autonomic Nerve Wreath

It's helpful for a newcomer to iridology to be able to recognize the major iris features. Iridology involves study of a very intricate tissue structure. There are over 90 known specific areas mapped on each iris, and they are both different. The right iris responds to the right side of the body and the left responds to the left side. Therefore, there are over 180 divisions to gather information from within the two irides, each smaller than a dime. Starting from the pupil outward, the first...

Iris Color And Variations

Iridology Chemical Deposit

There are only two eye colors in the world today blue and brown. The structure of the stroma is different in the two. The blue eye is less dense, has its trab cula in the open and reveals itself more clearly. Blue eyes are much easier to study. The brown eye is dense, not revealing the trab cula and is more difficult to analyze. There are variations between the true blue and true brown eyes. Sometimes people born of blue- and brown-eyed parents have a mixture of both. Genetically, blue eyes are...