The sclera (white part) is one of the most reactive parts of the eye, being subject to rapid change more than any other part. Signs in the sclera are usually linked to the status of our health. Some signs appear immediately due to irritation or trauma, others develop gradually.
Some markings will develop, fade and even disappear during the course of correct treatment. The sclera makes a wonderful partner to Iridology and should be considered in the context of the whole eye.
172 sclera images.
Preparation reading The Integrated Iridology Textbook Chapter 22.
Course price includes referenced workbook and the Integrated Iridology® Sclera Chart
Cardiovascular disease is the leading cause of death in modern society and the philosophy of natural therapies is to prevent illness.
The sclera can indicate sub-clinical signs, giving us the opportunity to recommend preventative measures. The sclera can be used with the iris as a form of differential diagnosis to more accurately identify what an individual needs to focus on to be the best they can be.
Implement this information into your clinic immediately.
What you will learn:
The significance of colour in the sclera
Transient and constitutional sclera signs
The meaning of texture and shape of various phenomenons in the sclera
A discussion of signs indicating specific dysfunction
Signs of cardiovascular risk seen in the sclera
Sclera signs indicating hormonal influence
Signs of digestive dysfunction
How to use the sclera as a differential diagnosis of iris signs
7 modules. 5 CPE points.
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‘Thanks for sharing so many images of the sclera! I am amazed at how many signs there are!’
S.W. Masseur Brisbane Australia
‘I have always had a fascination for the white of the eye. This course brought a new level of appreciation to how important it is in Iridology assessment’
R.W. ND Melbourne Australia