THE BASICS OF IRIDOLOGY – A COLLECTION OF THREE HANDBOOKS ON IRIDOLOGY
Francesco Puerari MD has worked in an Italian General Hospital’s Anesthesia and Intensive Care Unit for 34 years. He has earned several postgraduate specializations (Anesthesia and Intensive Care, Dietetics and Nutrition, Medical Toxicology, Neurology) at the University of Pavia. All along his professional life, he has also cultivated a complementary medicine approach (Iridology and Homeopathy) thus enriching his medical practice. Read more
1. IRIS PATTERNS
Iridology analyzes the colored part of the eyes (iris). It is an alternative medicine technique that can be used as an aid in the current medical practice. This work is focused on Iridology’s fundamental notions: the 13 reference conformations and their relationship with the pupil. This manual, written in an accessible language, isn’t directed only to health operators but also to all the people who love wellbeing and are interested in non-invasive techniques. The work includes numerous illustrations, 25 explicative tables and 142 commented iris images.
“The Basics of Iridology 2 – Maps” is the second of three textbooks on Iridology, a discipline focused on the analysis of information given by the colored part of the eye called iris. The e-book provides a translation and re-elaboration of the maps created by the founders of modern iridology (Ignaz von Peczely and Emil Schlegel) as well as iris mappings related to each single organ based upon the most recent knowledge. All illustrations are original and include anatomical representations, iridological charts and iris images.
This handbook is a reasoned atlas of iris, pupil and sclera images. The first part of the book provides a classification and description of morphological patterns (markings). In the second section, markings are associated to an iris chart where each organ is related to a sector of the iris. Finally, the book provides examples from clinical practice. The examples have been chosen with the aim of suggesting a method for iris analysis in accordance with the principles of official medicine.