Iridology is the study of the “iris”, the exposed nerve endings which make up the coloured part to the eye. The colours and the many structural variations which can be viewed in each iris, are the genetically determined evidence of your uniqueness

Main Iris Markings & Rings

Iridology Iris rings

Nerve rings are depressions in the iris stroma and also are referred to as neurovascular cramp rings, cramp rings, contraction rings or nerve rings. These may be inherited or acquired but either shows that the individual has some degree of nerve tension or anxiety.

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Disease & Inflammation in Iridology


The 4 levels of disease or inflammation in the body that can be seen in the iris are, acute (white), subacute (grey), chronic (dark grey) & degenerative/destructive (black).

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Iridology Glossary of Terms

Iridology glossary

Iridology is based on the premise that every organ in the body has a corresponding location within the iris of the eye, which serves as an indicator of the organ's health or disease.

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Constitutional Types in Iridology

haematogenic constitutional iridology

The 3 main constitutional types are 3 main Iris colour types, Brown, Blue & Grey. There is an exception to these basic types known as a Biliary or Mixed Constitution, part blue & part brown. This type display a combination of factors that are found in both the blue & the brown eyed types.

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Eye Colour Variations in Iridology


Iridologists say there are only two basic colours for the iris, blue & brown. However now there has been so much intermarriage of races that we likely have a genetic mix of colours.

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Iridology Charts & Readings

iridology eye chart

Free Bernard Jenson iridology charts, readings can be arranged by emailing This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it. pictures of your eye L&R wide open no lid, as close as possible using a camera.

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