- Created by: Holly Wakefield
- Created on: 07-09-18 17:04
To practice iridology we need an in-depth understanding of the anatomy of the human eye and its relationship to iridology; this includes knowledge of the 10 main components of the eye; the cornea, the pupil, iris, crystalline lens, ciliary muscle, retina, optic nerve, sclera, choroid, and fovea.
The iris is the center of iridology as it is a reflection of the body. Basic topography is the recognition of the main iris features and how this helps us to identify abnormalities and irregularities in the body.
There are 90 marked areas in each iris, and 180 divisions due to some bilobed organs.
AUTOMATIC NERVE WREATH:
- ANW is the first main marker in the…