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Iridodiagnostics is a method of recognizing diseases based on the iris of the eye (iris in Greek, hence iridodiagnostics - diagnosis on the iris).

    1. With the help of iridodiagnostics, changes in all organs can be detected and localized with a sufficient degree of accuracy,

and also to judge the constitutional features of the body, the general condition of the nervous, vascular systems, microcirculation system, stress readiness of the body, etc.

    2. Iridoscopy can detect diseases in the early stages, when it is still not possible to diagnose the disease by conventional methods.

iii. load, etc., and give appropriate recommendations for recovery. And most importantly, it allows to identify the cause-and-effect relationship of diseases.

    4. The iridodiagnosis method is completely painless and harmless, unlike many widely used examination methods, it has no contraindications for use (from the general condition),

does not require prior special training of the examinee and allows giving a diagnostic conclusion immediately after the examination.

A little about the history of iridodiagnostics

One and a half thousand years before our era in ancient Egypt, pharaoh Tutankhamun was tormented by inexplicable ailments. And he called a priest-physician to him so that he could determine the cause of his illness. The priest brought with him several small vessels, an hourglass, and metal plates coated with a special silvery liquid.
El Aks (that was the name of the priest) carefully examined the pharaoh and asked him about the illness. Then he sat Tutankhamun and, bringing one of the plates to his eye at a distance of 2 cm, turned the hourglass, which was calculated for 4 minutes.

Pharaoh, without blinking, waited patiently. When all the sand was waking up, Al Ax removed the plate and put some on it.
is a liquid. And again the priest raised the plate to the pharaoh's eyes, this time for 30 seconds. Then Al Aks went to his laboratory, and until now no one knows with what compositions he covered the plates, but after chemical treatment, a color image of the pharaoh's iris appeared on them. These unique photos can be seen even today.
they are kept in the Vatican. Bright colors of eye images on metal have survived to this day. The secret of "color photography" of El Aksa remained undiscovered. And from the surviving images of the iris of Tutankhamun, we can know today that the ruler of ancient Egypt was a very painful person.
Al Aks described iris diagnostics on two papyri 50 meters long and 1.5 meters wide. They were found during excavations at Giza and are kept in the Babylonian Library. And the famous priest left behind fame not only as an iridodiagnost, but also as a popularizer of eye diagnostics. Thanks to him,
iridodiagnostics spread from Egypt to Babylon, Tibet, Indochina and other regions.

      But this is not the earliest mention of iridodiagnostics. In the caves of Asia Minor, stone slabs were found with images of the iris embossed on them and indications of the connections of the iris with various organs of the human body.
The age of these slabs is estimated at 5 thousand years.

      The modern revival of iridodiagnostics is associated with the name of the doctor of medicine Ignats Peczeli (J.Peczeli, 1862-1967) from the Budapest suburb of Jegervara. The systematization of iridological tests and the first justifications of the method of iridodiagnostics are associated with his name.
How did you come to Pekceli's iridodiagnostics? He knew nothing about ancient eye diagnostics, and one of the legends says that it all started with an unusual incident that happened to 11-year-old Ignats. One day, while walking in the forest, the boy discovered an owl's nest and tried to get an egg from it. An owl that suddenly swooped down grabbed the boy's hand.
In the struggle that ensued, Ignats broke the owl's paw, and immediately a vertical black stripe appeared on the bird's iris on the side of the damaged paw. The adventure in the forest left an unforgettable impression on the memory of the future doctor. Later, while studying at the University of Vienna and especially while working in a surgical hospital,
Pekceli began to observe changes in the iris in people with various diseases. He discovered that each part of the body or organ corresponds to a certain segment in the iris. As a result of many years of research by the scientist, the world's first diagram of the projection zones of the iris appeared.
as a result of which its author is rightly called the founder of modern iridodiagnostics.

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