Iridology is not a new modality. Iridology research has uncovered the oldest recorded evidence from as far back as the 16th century.
This proves that the practice and science of Iridology has been around for nearly 3,000 years.
Physicians, naturopaths, homeopaths, natural practitioners, ophthalmologists, scholars, professors and other past practitioners of alternative medicine have researched, studied and documented thousands of cases throughout history.
It’s because of these dedicated and passionate individuals that iridology exists today.
As each generation continues to contribute to the evolution of this practice, Iridology will continue to grow internationally as an important tool in preventative health care

Some Conditions That Iridology Can Detect:boom:


The presence of a ring around the iris can be indicative of high blood pressure evidenced by a slow metabolism. Hypertension can lead to a host of problems if not caught early and an experienced iridologist can help to identify it.


An overactive thyroid can frequently be deduced by eyes that appear to bulge slightly, something that an iridologist can detect and compare to a chart to identify related issues. This condition can cause symptoms such as fatigue, anxiety, rapid heartbeat, weight loss and trouble sleeping.

Liver damage

A trained iridologist can identify liver damage from brown spots in the liver section of the iris. This can sometimes present symptomatically as emotional issues such as depression, and if caught at an early stage a treatment regimen can in many cases prevent progression and further damage to this vital organ.

Gallbladder issues

By examining the eye for signs of jaundice – a yellowing of the white of the eye – an iridologist can potentially detect gallbladder and bile duct issues which can ultimately affect liver function.


As the iris is broken down into different sections corresponding to particular body zones, iridologists can identify certain indicators of inflammation in those specific areas. Inflammation can be a precursor to many serious disorders, so it’s important that they are identified early.

Weakened immune system

When white markings are present in the iris, an iridologist may interpret this as a weakened immune system. Immune-boosting regimens can be recommended as a way of strengthening the system so that the patient is not susceptible to illness.

Digestive issues

Problems with the digestive system, particularly the