Monday, December 10, 2007

What Iridology can show

Summary from "Visions of Health" by 
Dr. Bernard Jensen and Dr. Donald V. Bodeen
• The Primary Nutritional Needs of the Body
• The Inherent Strength or Weakness of Organs, Glands and Tissues
• Constitutional Strength or Weakness
• Which Organs are in the Greatest Need of Repair and Rebuilding
• The Relative Amount of Toxic Settlement in the Organs, Glands and Tissues
• Where Inflammation is Located in the Body
• The Stage of Tissue Inflammation and Activity
• Underactivity, or Sluggishness, of the Bowel
• Spastic and Ballooned Conditions of the Bowel
• The Need for Acidophilus in the Bowel
• Prolapsus of the Transverse Colon
• A Nervous Condition or Inflammation of the Bowel
• High-Risk Tissue Areas in the Body that may be Progressing toward a Disease
• Pressure on the Heart
• The Circulation Level in Various Organs
• Nerve Force and Nerve Depletion
• Hyperactivity or Hypoactivity of Organs, Glands and Tissues
• The Influence of one Organ on another, or the Contribution of an Organ to a Condition Elsewhere in the body
• Lymphatic System Congestion
• Poor Assimilation of Nutrients
• Depletion of Minerals in an Organ, Gland or Tissue
• The Relative Ability of an Organ, Gland or Tissue to Hold Nutrients
• The Results of Physical or Mental Fatigue of Stress on the Body
• The Need for Rest to Build up Immunity
• Tissue Areas Contributing to suppressed or Buried Symptoms
• High or Low Sex Drive
• A Genetic Pattern of Inherent Weaknesses and their Influence on Other Organs, Glands and Tissues
• The Effect of Iatrogenic Conditions
• The Preclinical Stages of Diabetes, Cardiovascular Conditions and Many Other Diseases
• Miasms
• The Recuperative Ability and Health Level of the Body
• The Buildup of Toxic Material Before the Manifestation of a Disease
• Genetic Weaknesses Affecting the Nerves, Blood Supply and Mineralization of Bones
• The Genetic Influence on any Symptoms Present
• Healing Sings Indicating an Increase of Strength in any Organ, Gland or Tissue
• The Potential for Varicose Veins in the Legs
• Positive and Negative Nutritional Needs of the Body
• A Probable Allergy to Wheat
• Sources of Infection
• Acidity of the Body and Catarrh Development
• Suppression of Catarrh
• The Condition of Tissue in any one part of the Body, or in all the parts of the Body at one time
• The Climate and Altitude that a best for the Patient
• The Potential for Senility
• The Effects of a Polluted Environment
• Adrenal Exhaustion
• Resistance to Disease
• The Relationship or Unity of Symptoms with conditions in the Organs, Glands and Tissues
• The Difference between a Healing Crisis and a Disease Crisis
• The Accuracy of Hering's Low of Cure
• Whether a particular Program or Therapy is Working
• The Quality of Nerve Force (Nerve Energy) in the Body
• The Body's Response to a Treatment
• The Whole, or overall, Health Level of the Body

Iridology is a powerful tool. The presence of just one sign can reveal a multitude of conditions. Read Back through this list to see just how many things each sing can indicate. And while you are taking your second look at the list, note how the absence of a sign can tell a glorious story, too.

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