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Iridology is a practice that involves examining the iris of the eye to gain insights into a person's health and well-being. The iris, which is the colored part of the eye, is believed to reflect information about various organs and systems in the body.

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What is iridology consultation?

1. Client History: The iridologist may begin by gathering information about the client’s medical history, lifestyle, and overall health. This information helps provide context for the iris examination.

2. Iris Examination: The main focus of the consultation is the examination of the iris. The iridologist uses a specialized magnifying tool, such as a flashlight and a lens, to closely inspect the color, patterns, markings, and other characteristics of the iris.

3. Mapping and Analysis: The iris is believed to be a map of the body, with different areas corresponding to specific organs and systems. The iridologist may use charts or maps to identify these areas and analyze any anomalies, discolorations, or patterns present in the iris.


4. Findings and Interpretation: Based on the examination, the iridologist provides an interpretation of the findings. They may discuss areas of concern, potential strengths, and weaknesses in different organs or systems. It's important to note that interpretations are often subjective and may vary among practitioners.

5. Recommendations: Following the analysis, the iridologist may suggest lifestyle changes, dietary adjustments, herbal supplements, or other holistic interventions to support overall health and address any identified concerns. These recommendations are often aimed at promoting balance and well-being.

6. Follow-Up: Depending on the findings and recommendations, the iridologist may recommend follow-up consultations to track progress, make adjustments to the wellness plan, and provide ongoing support.

**Disclaimer: It's essential to approach iridology with an understanding that it is not a diagnostic tool, it can be used as a complementary approach rather than a replacement for traditional medical assessments and treatments.

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