by Judith Cobb, MH, CI, NCP, NNCP, CCII
Note: Scroll down for the video that assesses the irides for case #5 and for details about the online iridology class.
Studying cervix-vagina iridology signs in a mixed iris
A mixed iris is one that most people would call hazel. There is usually green in the iris, with brown, rust, or orange hugging the pupil. Sometimes the brown or orange radiates far enough to hide most of the green. In this particular case, we clearly have a mixed iris – lots of green with a little bit of brown (might look like rust on your computer screen) toward the center.
Specifically, in this iris, we want to look for markers (signs) in the areas that correspond to the cervix and vagina. When you look at the left iris, at about the 20-25’ mark you will see five small darker dots. Four of them are lined up like stair steps and one more is attached but is not in the direct stair step line. These are called ‘closed lacuna’. This pattern of ‘stair step closed lacunas’ is what should make us ask whether there is a history of abnormal PAP tests.
Weight: 150 lbs
Height: 5’ 3”
Dr. diagnosis: cervical dysplasia (abnormal cervical cells found on PAP test); first diagnosis before age 21
Main concerns: high stress (in a bad relationship and high stress job); wants to prevent another episode of cervical dysplasia
Has had LEAP (electrosurgical excision procedure) three times for cervical dysplasia
History of kidney stone in 2002
Every form of birth control pill eventually makes her ‘crazy’
|Iris sign||Questions to ask||Dietary/lifestyle suggestions|
|Mixed genotype||- ask about inflammation, digestion of fats||- eliminate inflammatory foods and beverages (especially coffee)|
|Central heterochromia (brown fringe around pupil)||- ask about digestion in general, any tendency to gassiness, are there foods she avoids because they don’t feel good|
- ask about fat digestion, liver history
- ask about tendency to ‘hold a grudge’
|- suggest adding savory herbs to food preparation (rosemary, dill, sage) and a bit of spice (ginger)
- practice letting go of the past
|Polyglandular||- ask about creative pleasures and pursuits||- encourage time for creativity and recreation|
|Stomach zone is dark||- stomach, food digestion||- eat small meals, do not drink with meals
- food combine if possible (eat low carbs with protein OR high carbs, but not both in same meal) or at least food sequence (high carb foods, then low carb foods, protein last)
|Collarette is thickened in many areas||- how is immune system working, especially in relation to lymphatic and mucous membranes||- eliminate mucus-forming foods (dairy, white flour, white sugar)
- 30 minutes of physical activity every day
|Collarette is broken in several areas||- what does she do to relieve stress||- daily physical activity
- eat foods high in calcium and B vitamins (e.g. hemp hearts)
|Left iris, 20-25’||- vagina/cervix area||- ask about history of abnormal cervical cells
- ask if client has ever felt like she was forced to participate in sex (German New Medicine)
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