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Iridology is the science of analyzing the condition of the cells and fluids of the human body.

Iridology is the only science that shows us the state or condition of the body’s lymphatic system as well as the strength or weaknesses of the body's tissues.


Iridology helps with locating problem areas that are not yet displaying symptoms, confirms improvement of one’s condition, and helps show the degree of the problem.  


Iridology can help assist in more efficient detoxification and rebuilding.  Understanding the genetic history of a person can help a practitioner immensely in using botanicals to help rebuild those genetic areas.

Iridology has even been on the news thanks to Dr. Morse:



Dr. Ignaz Von Paczely is accredited with discovering iridology in the 19th century.  Dr. Bernard Jensen spent his entire life during the 20th century proving Iridology as a master science as he called it.  Dr. Morse first introduced what he calls Lymphatic Iridology about 25 years ago, building upon what Dr. Jensen had established in the study of iridology.  Dr. Morse has spent almost 50 years using and teaching Iridology alongside his clinical practice.

In humans, there are only 2 different iris colors, blue and brown.

Eyes with mixed colors (like green or yellow) or shades that aren't bright blue or brown reveal lymphatic stagnation.​

Dr. Morse gives a great introduction to the various colors of the eye and the subsequent stages of lymphatic stagnation here:





When approaching an iris photo, the colors you see will reflect one of the 4 stages of health and communicate the level of lymphatic stagnation we are dealing with:

1) Acute - Whitish blue or slightly dark brown eye

2) Subacute - Yellow/green or medium dark brown eye

3) Chronic - Brown eye

4) Degenerative - Black eye

An orange eye reflects a body full of sulfur and can be reflected in any of the 4 stages above.  

In an acute level of lymph stagnation, a blue eye turns white.  Acute levels can lead to both hypo or hyper conditions, meaning low or high level of function with that particular tissue.  In a subacute level of lymph stagnation, that white turns yellow, just like when one detoxes.  Subacute levels can involve some hyperactivity, but mostly hypoactivity.

The chronic levels exclusively involve hypoactivity and are a sign that these tissues are on their way out.  Degenerative levels are those leading to death.  Those are the extremely dark brown and almost black eyes.

When you start detoxing, the last mucus you created comes out first, that’s generally white or yellow.  Dig deeper, you get yellow.  Dig even deeper, you get brown.  When you start getting black mucus out, consider yourself blessed.


Green and hazel eyes are the sickest ones.  The dark brown eyes may also be very sick, but you need to see the particular shade of brown up close to verify.  As a rule, brown eyes have a spectrum of shades of brown, while blue eyes change altogether.

Genetic weaknesses show up in the iris as little craters or "graves" that can grow deeper/larger (sign of degeneration) or sew back up together (sign of healing).  We call the graves or craters a lacuna or crypt (we use "lacuna" more often).  

Someone with strong genetics is said to have a "Strong Constitution" and their eyes have very few lacunas, mild lymph stagnation (meaning a light blue or brown eye) and no wavy fibers in the iris.  These people are beyond blessed and may not even know it!

Even if an iris changes colors to reflect any degree of lymphatic stagnation, we can reverse that stagnation as well as improve genetic weaknesses.  We can return that green or dark brown eye back to blue or light brown!

The proof is in the pudding.  Here are my Iris photos and the respective dates I had them taken.  Notice how much lighter my eyes have changed over the last 5 years.

My Right and Left Eyes Taken 10/25/2018:






My Right and Left Eyes Taken with and without central lighting, 01/28/2021:






Here are my right and left eye photos taken on 8/3/2023.
Notice the nerve rings (light colored rings) and the the malabsorption ring around the pupil.





The eyes show us everything we need to know about the health of the individual, and iridology is the perfect tool for any practitioner to assess their client and formulate a protocol specific to their individual weaknesses and degree of lymphatic problems.

I completed the Lymphatic Iridology course from Dr. Morse's International School of the Healing Arts in June 2022.  I've reviewed dozens of iris photos and I look forward to reviewing your photos to give you insight into your own genetics and health.

This is the Iridology chart provided by Dr. Morse that we use for all clients.

























Please download the chart and use it to begin your Iridology analysis! I'd be happy to go over the entire chart with you!


How to Take Iris Photos

Taking a quality iris photo is easier now than ever before given the great cameras in the latest iPhone and Samsung Galaxy models.  

Follow the video below to get some tips on how to take the best iris photo with your cell phone.  Lighting is the most important element in the photo:



















Send me your iris photos as well as a completed health assessment to my e-mail and I'd be happy to assess your eyes and get you a protocol!  Text me a photo of your iris photos to me at 770-904-9143 

Left Eye with Central Lighting Taken Jan 28th, 2021.jpg
Right eye with Central Lighting Taken Jan 28, 2021.jpg
Right Eye (on the left) and Left Eye (On the right) Side-by-side.jpg
Both Left and Right Eyes Taken Jan 28, 2021.jpg
Left Eye Taken 8-3-2023.jpg
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