The connections between internal organs and body surface are utilized in Iridology as well as in Traditional Chinese Acupuncture, Reflexology and Kinesiology. The founder of modern Iridology (I.V. Peczely) published the first map of the iris in 1880. Since then, many different iris maps have been published. The maps elaborated … Continue reading
The iris is easy to examine. No invasive procedures are required, but simple ophthalmic instruments.
Iridology studies the colored portion of the eye named iris.
The iris is a highly innervated organ which is stimulated both by the external environment as well as by the body. Continue reading