Contraction Furrows. Sclera Signs. Syndromes CONTRACTION FURROWS
SCLERA SIGNS
SYNDROMES

Power Point CD, 59 Frames
By Ellen Tart-Jensen, Ph.D., D.Sc., CCII

This colorful power point show has very clear and detailed iris signs, showing various types of contraction furrows (formerly called stress rings). The area the furrows are located, whether they intersect or break. Where they intersect or break can tell the iridologist a great deal about the nervous system and health of that person. This CD also shows various signs that show up in a person's sclera that may indicate trauma to a part of the body, tendency for poor vessel strength, excess sugar in the body and many other things. Syndrome patterns that can occur within the iris including Cardio Abdominal, Cardio Renal and Pancreatic are shown. This CD has wonderful written explanations, and arrows pointing to the signs are being taught. Excellent for a student learning iridology or for an iridology instructor to use in the classroom.














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Contraction Furrows. Sclera Signs. Syndromes

Contraction Furrows. Sclera Signs. Syndromes

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CONTRACTION FURROWS
SCLERA SIGNS
SYNDROMES

Power Point CD, 59 Frames
By Ellen Tart-Jensen, Ph.D., D.Sc., CCII

This colorful power point show has very clear and detailed iris signs, showing various types of contraction furrows (formerly called stress rings). The area the furrows are located, whether they intersect or break. Where they intersect or break can tell the iridologist a great deal about the nervous system and health of that person. This CD also shows various signs that show up in a person's sclera that may indicate trauma to a part of the body, tendency for poor vessel strength, excess sugar in the body and many other things. Syndrome patterns that can occur within the iris including Cardio Abdominal, Cardio Renal and Pancreatic are shown. This CD has wonderful written explanations, and arrows pointing to the signs are being taught. Excellent for a student learning iridology or for an iridology instructor to use in the classroom.