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What is Holistic Equine Iridology?


Iridology is the science of analysing the delicate structures of the iris (the coloured part of the eye).

The nerve endings in the cells in various areas of the body transmit messages via the optic nerve which then show up as markings in the iris. Iridology is able to assess where current challenges/issues may be present in the body and whether there are inherited weaknesses and/or inherent strengths.

It is a non-invasive technique and involves shining a light into the corner of each of your horse’s eyes to observe markings and usually taking photographs of your horse’s eye (which can be better analysed on a computer).

 

What Can Equine Iridology Detect?

Iridology can detect:

  • Past and present imbalances in internal organs/body tissues;
  • Injuries;
  • Inherited behavioural and physical traits;
  • It can reveal old issues;
  • It can indicate where issues may be developing;
  • The eye can show imbalances before physical symptoms appear.
  • Iridology helps an owner/practitioner assess where to start offering remedies for self selection, or what herbal support might be appropriate for ongoing support for your horse once his/her immediate needs have been addressed. It also helps an owner to make appropriate management decisions for their horse.

    By knowing inherited strengths and weaknesses it can be possible to work to prevent issues by supporting “weak” areas early enough, and make the most of the strengths and incorporate these into management strategies.

    Iridology can also indicate whether a horse might be suited to particular disciplines – for instance, a horse with kidney weaknesses in unlikely to be suited to endurance events. It may also be able to help an owner investigate why their horse is suddenly exhibiting unusual behaviour, such as napping or bucking, for instance.

    IRIDOLOGY IS NOT INTENDED TO SUBSTITUTE MEDICAL OR VETERINARY ADVICE OR TREATMENT.

    What Can't Equine Iridology Detect?

    Iridology will not be able to:

  • Diagnose specific diseases – only a vet can legally diagnose an animal. Iridology may reveal an issue in a particular area of the body – for instance an issue in the liver but it will not specify what the exact problem is.
  • Detect something that has been undertaken under anaesthetic.
  • Identify the cause of an injury.
  • Detect bacterial/fungal infections, tumours, leukaemia, detect rare genetic conditions, or detect kidney stones.
  • Tell if an animal is pregnant.
  • Tell the life expectancy of an animal.

  • What Can I Expect From An Equine Iridology Consultation?

    Your iridology consultation includes:

  • An in-person iridology assessment and consultation including recommendations on management, herbs and essential oils, and some self-selection of herbs and essential oils. During your home visit, I will explain to you as much as I can about what your horse’s consultation has revealed and recommendations that can be made. Further information about your horse may be revealed once your photographs are analysed on the computer. If further information is revealed through the computer analysis and an issue was not discussed during my visit then I will phone or email to discuss this with you.
  • A structural pain assessment for your horse. This tests particular acu-points and trigger points to detect if your horse is experiencing any pain.
  • A detailed written report detailing the findings of your horse’s iridology consultation and recommendations of any particular improvements which may help your horse and which herbs and essential oils may be beneficial for your horse. This report will be emailed to you within a week of your home visit.

    In some cases, the iridology results may mean that I will refer you to your vet for further tests/investigations, or I may recommend other tests such as worm counts (which you as an owner can arrange yourself).

    IRIDOLOGY IS NOT INTENDED TO SUBSTITUTE MEDICAL OR VETERINARY ADVICE OR TREATMENT. IF YOU HAVE ANY CONCERNS REGARDING YOUR EQUINE YOU SHOULD CONSULT YOUR VETERINARY SURGEON.




    These animal therapies do not diagnose or treat and are not a substitute for veterinary care.