Correcting Past Mistakes in Iridology
Previously many iridologists made the mistake of determining current health pathology based upon various signs in the iris including lacunae. As we now understand, lacunae are genotypic, do not change in density, thus do not always represent active disease pathology. However, when there are associated signs with lacunae such as collarette or pupil deformations, the iridologist can establish an active pathology associated with genetic weakness (lacunae). In other words, if your patient successfully achieves a health protocol with notable improvement, you will not see ‘healing lines’ in lacunae, but you should see positive changes in the pupillary parameters. And the changes in pupil can be scientifically proven with the Bexel Irina mathematical parameter data.