In iridology, the practitioner makes a diagnosis based on the characteristics of the iris of the eye. More than 90 different areas of the iris have been "mapped" to corresponding parts and functions of the body. The iridologist analyzes the shape, color, and tissue quality of the iris, as well as the structural patterns and flecks of colour. Based on these features, the practitioner diagnoses physical problems such as nutritional deficiencies, stress-related disorders, hormonal imbalances and malfunctions of body systems or organs.
For further information:
The Iridologists' Association of Canada
T (416) 233-9837