IRIDOLOGY & SCLEROLOGY
Each eye reveals different information. The left iris correlates to the organs, glands, tissues & other structures located on the left side of the body. The left side also controls the feminine, creative, conceptual & intuitive aspects of our personalities.
The right iris correlates to all of the anatomical structures on the right side of the body, as well as indicating the masculine, practical, analytical & logic aspects of our being.
More than just detecting the condition of present physical health & the exact location & stage of conditions, Iridology will accurately reveal potential problems twenty years or more in advance, as well as physical transitions due to toxicity, weakness or deficiency & past injuries or conditions. Emotional & mental patterns & attitudes & hereditary strengths & weaknesses also appear.
This sign presents as white halo around the perimeter of the iris. It may indicate a family history of heart disease.
Go for a cholesterol check.
A deep orange colour surrounding the pupil can be a sign of disordered sugar metabolism.
If the eye turns a deep red & you have throbbing pain at the front, this could be iritis or — inflammation of the iris, the colored part of the eye. This is triggered by an over-reaction of the immune system, though its exact cause isn’t known. The redness tends to start at the centre of the eye & spreads in a red ring around the center within 24 to 48 hours. It doesn’t usually spread to the other eye.
A coppery-colored ring round the eye can be a sign of Wilson’s disease, a rare genetic disorder which causes too much copper to build up in the body. Untreated it can cause damage to the liver & brain.
If a pupil does not contract when a bright light shines on to it, this indicates dulled nerve reflexes, weak adrenal glands or an overstimulated sympathetic nervous system, often from fear as a hidden, chronic condition.
Adrenal stress is indicated if the pupils begin to expand & contract repeatedly when exposed to bright light for 30 seconds.
A strong, white & almost circular outline of the intestinal area - the nerve wreath - indicates a good condition of the autonomic nervous system.
If this outline is weak, jagged, discolored, or extends far towards the periphery or the pupil, we may assume the autonomic nervous system is in a poor condition.
The normal position of the nerve wreath is one-third the distance between the pupil & the periphery; if the nervous system is tense & overactive, the wreath is closer to the pupil & if the nervous system is relaxed & under-active it is closer to the periphery.
White circles or arcs of circles in the outer part of the iris. They indicate a tense, over-reactive, irritated nervous system.
The outermost iris zones represent the lymphatic & circulation system & bordering the sclera, the skin.
Discolored stomach area:
In a normal condition the stomach area is not visible, but if the stomach is irritated the area bordering the pupil will be whitish & distinct from the intestinal area.
A brownish discoloration of the stomach area indicates a chronic weakness.
Discolored intestinal area:
A whitish intestinal area indicates inflammation, irritation or ulcers.
If there is a mucous congestion in the head, there is a whitish or brownish discoloration in the transverse colon area, radiating towards ear & brain.
If chronically weak, this area will be dark.
Radial black lines:
When there is a serious deterioration of the intestines, strong black lines (radii solaris) will develop, starting from the pupil & radiating towards the periphery.
Organs through which these radii pass will be very weak as well.
Distinct markings may be colored brown, red or yellow. Unusual colors indicate deposits of drugs or other chemicals that settle in weak organs.
White outer ring:
A heavy white ring near the outer edge of the iris points to salt (sodium) & calcium deposits.
A bluish-white film beginning to cover the iris from the outer rim indicates poor circulation to this area & an anemic condition.
Often this film appears in the brain area, indicating approaching senility (arcus senilis).
Dark outer ring:
A dark ring at the outer rim (scurf rim) shows the skin is inactive with accumulated wastes & needs frequent stimulation, better circulation & improved kidney & lung activities.
A series of white spots near the outer rim, the 'lymphatic rosary', indicates chronic infection & congestion of the lymphatic system. Avoid especially lactose & cows milk products (except butter).
Sclerology is defined as the interpretation of the red lines in the whites of the eyes and their meaning for health evaluation & analysis.
The various signs, markings, shapes & colors in the sclera allow to evaluate the current state of health as well as inherited tendencies & the sings can show way before the symptoms arise or before blood test findings (up to 13 months in advance).
Sclerology may show that the function of an organ is disturbed, but not whether it is overactive or under-active.
Generally a blood vessel pointing towards a certain organ reflex in the iris indicates that there is something wrong with that organ or part of the body.
The stronger the blood vessel is visible & also the more of them are bunching together, the worse is the problem.
A bluish color of the sclera indicates under-activity.
Compare the lines to a Sclerology chart. Determine what parts of the body need attention based on the information from the chart.
The sclera can turn yellow when the body has high levels of bilirubin in it. This can be caused by blood diseases or by liver diseases.See a doctor right away, as jaundice can be a sign of several serious health problems, including liver dysfunction, hepatitis & in rare cases, pancreatic cancer.
When the sclera turns blue, it can be a sign of a syndrome called osteogenesis imperfecta, a disease that makes the bones very brittle.
Light blue sclera can be sign of lack of calcium.
Viruses or localised infections can cause the eye to redden — the problem usually starts in one eye, but can spread to both.
If they look grayish: It’s probably just a result of the natural aging process, which can make the whites of the eyes become grayer. Also there are some serious medical conditions that can turn the whites gray, including rheumatoid arthritis & brittle bone syndrome.
If one eye suddenly becomes red without any other symptoms, then it could be a subconjunctival hemorrhage — where blood leaks in the thin layer of skin at the front of the eyeball. This is very common, particularly in older people. It can be brought on by a violent coughing fit, vomiting, or if you are prone to nose bleeds or bruising. It should clear up by itself within a couple of weeks.
If they look red: Most likely, your eyes are dry. Those red squiggles you see are tiny blood vessels, which become more prominent when eyes are irritated. It can be a result of age, staring at the computer, or environmental factors, like air-conditioning.
Persistent red blotches on the whites of both eyes can be a sign of hypertension. High pressure causes the blood vessels to expand or even burst, leaving red marks across the white of the eye (but not the colored part).
Red veins on the eye whites may be sign of high blood pressure.
White discharge from the corner of the eye-could be digestive problems.
Small yellow dots,look like bits of dough,around & on the eyelids can be sign of high cholesterol or liver cirrhosis.
Red upper eyelids-gastritis.
Blind spot accompanied with flickering lights or wavy lines-Ocular migraine (may lead to loss of vision)
Bloody eye,sclera has red spots -high blood pressure, clotting disorder
Brown spots, a bump with blood vessels, often on the lower eyelid -tumor (abnormal growth which may be cancerous)
Bug eyes,bulging eyes with swollen eye tissue -It's a common sign of Grave's disease, a.k.a. overactive thyroid. In addition to the bug-eyed look, people with Grave's often experience weight loss, nervousness & a rapid or irregular pulse.
Bumpy yellowish patches,small yellow spots on the eyelid -high cholesterol
Burning eyes,stinging in the eyes with blurred vision during computer use-computer vision syndrome
Cloudy eyes,clouding of the lens with hazy vision-cataracts (may cause blindness)-the condition, which can be corrected with surgery, is most common in older people. Cataracts that arise in younger people can have a variety of causes, including tumors & diabetes, as well as side effects from certain medications.
Color confusion,reds & greens are unclear -color blindness
Crossed eyes,one or both eyes turn inwards -intra ocular tumor, neurological disorder
Double vision,seeing double images-stroke (sudden), Multiple Sclerosis
Droopy eyes,eyelids are droopy -brain tumor, neuromuscular disorder
Dry eyes,especially in 40+ women with autoimmune conditions & affecting the mouth such that absence of saliva makes chewing & swallowing difficult -Sjogren’s syndrome (immune cells damage tears & saliva producing glands).The menopause.
Golden brown or greenish yellow ring,colored ring on the cornea, surrounding the iris-Wilson’s disease (excess copper collects in tissues, may lead to liver disease)
Grey or milky-white colored ring on the cornea, surrounding the iris-which doctors call arcus senilis, often goes hand in hand with high cholesterol & triglycerides & an increased risk for heart attack & stroke. Anyone who has the condition should have a blood test to check for elevated blood lipids - especially people under age 60.
Increased eye-gunk,eyelid edges are red & itchy-dandruff, Acne rosacea
Large eye,one eye appears larger (generally in children)-glaucoma (damaged optic nerve), tumor, infection
Persistent stye,reddish lumps on the eyelid, present for more than 3 months-tumor, possibly cancerous
Pink eye,sclera is pink or light-red -conjunctivitis
Pupil size different,different size pupils & droopy eyelids -Horner’s syndrome (nervous system disorder), neck aneurysms (blood-filled bulge in blood vessel) & tumors.
Red, itchy eyes,along with sneezing, coughing, sinus congestion or runny nose -allergic reaction
Unable to close eyes or control tears ,often one side of the face is weak & droops-Bell’s palsy (facial paralysis due to dysfunctional cranial nerve VII)
Vanishing eyebrows,outer part of eyebrows disappear -thyroid disease (under active thyroid)
Yellow eyes,sclera is yellow -liver diseases such as jaundice, hepatitis & cirrhosis
Skin cancer-Basal cell carcinomas can show up in some pretty strange places, including the eyelid, where it often causes a sore that doesn't heal & the loss of eyelashes. And it's not something to be ignored. Although basal cell skin cancers are not usually fatal, they can cause severe disfigurement, blindness even death if they reach the brain through the eye socket.
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