Why do we do computerized iris diagnostics?
The iris is a screen on which the condition of all organs and systems in their entirety can be observed simultaneously.
This allows both the attending physician and the patient to highlight and focus their efforts on the root cause of the disease.
The iris provides information on the sequence of disease development from the acute to the degenerative stage of inflammation, directly associated with lifestyle and genetic terrain. In the same way, with appropriate treatment, in accordance with the laws of nature, the reverse healing process of the diseased tissue and its transformation into healthy can be observed.
The iris allows us to determine the location of various toxic deposits accumulated in the body. Whatever they are, they affect the metabolism of an organ at the cellular level and hence the whole organism.
Iris diagnostics can determine the mineral balance in the body and whether a deficiency of certain elements leads to negative changes at the cellular and tissue level.
It is very useful in assessing the activity of the endocrine glands.
It also indicates the neuro-reflex involvement of various organs as a result of diseased areas of the colon, which is of great importance for the approach in the treatment of emerging diseases.
How do we perform computerized iris diagnostics?
In computerized iris diagnostics, the eyes are photographed through a biomicroscope with a digital camera. According to a photo image of the iris displayed on a monitor, an experienced iridologist can diagnose organs and systems, and reveal past, present, or emerging diseases. Images can be magnified many times in order to ascertain some important details.
Each person’s iris maps are assigned a number and stored in the computer’s memory so that they can be used in following check-ups.