Twin Pack of Flash Cards. The perfect resource kit for Iridology practitioners.
Iridology Fundamentals describes the individual signs and the Constitutional set explains combinations of signs as well as the Collarette.
Flashbook – Iridology Fundamentals
This 68 page spiral bound set of flash cards is an ideal reference for students, which becomes a wonderful resource you will use every day once you are in clinical practice. Open up meaningful dialogue with your clients. Featuring high quality images opposite effective graphics and detailed descriptions. Use these to show examples of what iris signs look like and to enhance your explanations. Terminology has been thoughtfully written with both the iridologist and the client in mind. Some of the classical iridology terms have been changed to enhance understanding. The descriptions of iris signs are based on over thirty five years of clinical experience of the author and are explained according to ‘Integrated Iridology’ concepts, which combine philosophies from America, Europe and Australia. A satin finish protective coating on each page makes this an attractive addition to your iridology resources:
Flash Cards – Iridology Constitutions and the Collarette.
An outstanding resource of 40 double sided cards featuring full colour graphics of twenty constitutions. Concise descriptions of variations in colour, structure and signs on the anterior layer of the iris that identify each person’s unique constitutional profile. Each card lists other names they be know as from various authors (a.k.a.’s) and identify each type’s primary nurture points and life lessons. The Collarette location, textural quality and shape are significant. The Collarette also reveals aspects of your character. Fourteen cards are devoted to this feature of the iris. This boxed set of 41 cards is an exceptional resource for students and practitioners alike to improve under-standing as well as assisting in explaining to their clients how to be the best they can be. Bonus Integrated Iridology pocket chart in each set.