Iridology Reveals

Many Signs

  • Inherently weak organs, glands and tissues.
  • Inherently strong organs, glands and tissues.
  • Constitutional strength or weakness.
  • What organ is in greatest need of repair and rebuilding.
  • Relative amounts of toxic settlements in organs, glands and tissues.
  • Stages of tissue inflammation and activity.
  • Where inflammation is located in the body.
  • Under activity or sluggishness of the bowel.
  • Spastic conditions or ballooned conditions of the bowel.
  • The need for acidophilus in the bowel.
  • Prolapsus of the transverse colon.
  • Nervous condition or inflammation of the bowel.
  • High-risk tissue areas in the body that may be leading to a disease.
  • Pressure on the heart.
  • Circulation level in various organs
  • Nerve force and nerve depletion.
  • Hyperactivity or hypo activity of organs, glands or tissues.
  • Influence of one organ on another, contribution of one organ to a condition elsewhere in the body.
  • Lymphatic system congestion.
  • Poor assimilation of nutrients.
  • Depletion of minerals in any organ, gland or tissue.
  • Relative ability of an organ, gland or tissue to hold nutrients.
  • Results of physical or mental fatigue on the body.
  • 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.
  • Pre-clinical stages of potential diabetes, cardiovascular conditions and other diseases.
  • Miasms.
  • Recuperative ability and the health level of the body.
  • Build up of toxic material before the materialization of disease.
  • Genetic weaknesses affecting the nerves, blood supply and mineralization of bones.
  • Genetic influence on any symptoms present.
  • Healing signs indicating an increase in strength in an organ, gland or tissue.
  • Bone marrow problems.
  • Potential for varicose veins in legs as shown by inherent weakness.
  • Positive and negative nutritional needs of the body.
  • Probably allergy to wheat.
  • Sources of infection.
  • Acidity of the body or catarrh development, as indicated by acute signs in the iris.
  • Suppression of catarrh, as indicated by sub acute or chronic signs in the iris.
  • Condition of the tissue in any part of the body or all parts of the body at one time.
  • Climate and altitude best for patient.
  • Potential contributions to sterility.
  • Effects of polluted environment.
  • Adrenal suppression, which may indicate low blood pressure, lack of energy, slowed tissue repair, deficiencies of vitamin C and adrenaline.
  • Resistance to disease, as shown by amount of toxic settlements in the body.
  • Relationship or unity of symptoms with conditions in organs, glands and tissues.
  • The difference between a healing crisis and a disease crisis.
  • The workings of Hering’s Law of Cure.
  • Whether a particular program or therapy is working or not.
  • The quality of nerve force in the body.
  • Response to treatment; how well the body is healing itself and at what rate.
  • The “whole” overall health level of the body as a unified structure.

Source: Dr. Jim Jinks