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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.

Iris Crypts And Furrows
SMALL, TIGHT PUPIL INDICATES EXTREME NERVOUS TENSION.
Stomach Areas

OVERACID STOMACH IS INDICATED BY EXTREME WHITE IN STOMACH AREA.

Iridology Underacid Stomach Iris

UNDERACID STOMACH IS INDICATED BY LIGHT HALO IN STOMACH AREA.

OVERACID STOMACH IS INDICATED BY EXTREME WHITE IN STOMACH AREA.

UNDERACID STOMACH IS INDICATED BY LIGHT HALO IN STOMACH AREA.

Little black furrows or lines radiating around this zone, indicate a situation that has been present for a long time.

In zone 2, the small and large intestines are found. They are usually darker than any other part of the iris. This is where the greatest amount of toxic accumulations are often found.

By following the path of the wreath, it is possible to determine useful information about the tone, structure and quality of the bowel. The blood which feeds the body tissues is only as clean as the bowel from which it picks up its nutrient supply. A slow-moving, toxic bowel spreads its toxic-laden contents to all body tissues.

It has been demonstrated that there is a direct relationship between parts of the large colon and corresponding reflex areas of the body. (See chart.) Therefore, a problem in the colon produces a reflex symptom in the corresponding organ or tissue.

Colon Reflexes

AUTONOMIC NERVE WREATH DROPPED DOWN INDICATING TRANSVERSE COLON PROLAPSUS.

Bowel Pockets Iridology

THICK WHITE NERVE WREATH INDICATING NERVE SPASM AND SPASTIC COLON.

AUTONOMIC NERVE WREATH DROPPED DOWN INDICATING TRANSVERSE COLON PROLAPSUS.

THICK WHITE NERVE WREATH INDICATING NERVE SPASM AND SPASTIC COLON.

This is usually indicated by dark areas in the colon just inside the wreath. These dark areas are called "bowel pockets." These pockets are portions of the colon that do not move waste materials very well. These pockets usually contain conditions for low-grade infections to get started and hold out.

These areas of darkness can represent diverticula or pouches that have protruded out from the colonic wall. They also represent an area of colon muscle weakness where peristaltic action is lessened or absent. Correcting the diet and nutrition will greatly relieve the effects of these signs.

Another sign seen in the colon area is a spastic and a stricture condition. A nerve spasm in the colonic muscle wall shows up as a very white, irritated, acute area of the autonomic wreath. A bowel stricture is indicated when the wreath pinches in toward the pupil.

Oftentimes that portion of the wreath which goes across the top of the stomach is dropped down toward the pupil. This indicates a prolapsus in the colon. The colon has dropped down and is weak.

Prolapsus can cause pressure symptoms on the pelvic organs. This causes them to be short of needed blood and nerve supplies. It also causes distortions and dislocations.

Iridology Diverticula
BOWEL POCKETS AND DIVERTICULA ARE INDICATED BY DARK CRYPTS AND LESIONS INSIDE OF NERVE WREATH.

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  • lupe denton
    What are the causes of whitened autonomic nerve wreath in the iris?
    6 years ago
  • ottavia
    Where is the bowel found in iridology?
    6 years ago
  • nibs
    How does a ballooned bowel appear in the iris iridology?
    10 months ago

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