The science and practice of iridology: A system of analyzing and caring for the body through the use of drugless and nature-cure methods ePub download
by Bernard Jensen
- ISBN: 0895570270
- ISBN13: 978-0895570277
- ePub: 1545 kb | FB2: 1821 kb
- Language: English
- Publisher: Bi World Publishers; First edition. edition (1952)
- Pages: 372
- Rating: 4.2/5
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Publisher: Bi World Publishers, 1952.
Science and Practice of Iridology - A System of Analyzing and Caring for the Body Through the Use of Drugless and Nature-Cure Methods.
Many of the spas and nature cure sanitariums in Europe were visited.
Bernard Jensen (March 25, 1908 - February 22, 2001) was a chiropractor, entrepreneur, and the author of numerous books and articles on health and healing. Although best known for his work in iridology, Jensen was a noted proponent of a variety of alternative care methods including nature cure, hydrotherapy (such as colon hydrotherapy), fasting, reflexology, color therapy, polarity, glandular balancing, homeopathy, herbology, acupuncture, craniopathy and personology. Many of the spas and nature cure sanitariums in Europe were visited.
Iridology - Science topic
Iridology - Science topic. Explore the latest publications in Iridology, and find Iridology experts. Iridology is more than 150 years old CAM technique which analyzes the patterns, tissue weakness, color, shape, structure, etc. for disease diagnosis View. Classification of iris image of patient chronic renal Failur (CRF) using watershed algorithm and support vector machine (SVM).
Learning iridology takes study and practice. One book alone is unlikely to teach you everything you could possibly learn about the subject, but this is certainly an excellent basis for your iridology studies. -Tenna Merchent (Noblesville, IN USA).
In 1979, Bernard Jensen, a leading American iridologist, and two other iridology proponents failed to establish .
In 1979, Bernard Jensen, a leading American iridologist, and two other iridology proponents failed to establish the basis of their practice when they examined photographs of the eyes of 143 patients in an attempt to determine which ones had kidney impairments. Of the patients, forty-eight had been diagnosed with kidney disease, and the rest had normal kidney function. Based on their analysis of the patients' irises, the three iridologists could not detect which patients had kidney disease and which did no. .
He published the book, The Science and Practice of Iridology in 1952. METHODS: All subjects were examined by an experienced practitioner of iridology, who was unaware of their gender or medical details. Iridology, or iris diagnosis, continues to be practiced by so-called alternative practitioners, including some chiropractors and naturopaths. It has never been recognized as a legitimate medical practice. In addition, through various marks, signs, and discoloration in the iris, nature reveals inherited weaknesses and strengths.
Bernard Jensen, The Science and Practice of Iridology: A System of Analyzing and Caring for the Body Through the Use of Drugless and Nature-Cure Methods (Provo, UT: BiWorld Publishers, In. 1952), p. 10. ↑ Allie Simon, David M. Worthen, John A. Mitas, An Evaluation. Mitas, An Evaluation of Iridology, Journal of the American Medical Association, September 28, 1979, p. 174. ↑ Ibid. Russell S. Worrall, Iridology: Diagnosis or Delusion, in Douglas Stalker, Clark Glymour, ed. Examining Holistic Medicine (Buffalo, NY: Prometheus Books, 1985), p. 176.
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