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 inherently weak tissues of the body are less likely to hold the body-building minerals. They are not as strong as the rest of the tissues in the body.
The term lacunae is used to identify those lesions which are closed. With both ends "closed" we find that an encapsulated condition exists.
Iridology is very helpful in identifying these conditions. By supplying the appropriate chemical elements to these tissues, we can begin to work our way toward healing and rejuvenation.
Crypts are those lesions which are small, closed and usually very dark. Often times we find a white line around the outside of these markings indicating scar tissue has formed to fortify the encapsulation.
SPOKES OR RADII SOLARIS
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