#201 – IRIS-1 MAP of PHYSICAL IRIDOLOGY
Grand Medicine’s single-piece map of physical Iridology is an exquisitely colored chart locating the most often viewed organs and body parts. A stunning example of the computer art and graphics of Nenita Sarmiento, this map is based on GranMed’s many years of clinical experience and research, plus our study of all available maps in the field.
Students may be right in suggesting this map as the most advanced and accurate presentation of physical Iridology topography they have seen in the science. That notwithstanding, we feel it is easily the most beautiful!
Longtime students of Physical Iridology will likely notice that the map attributed to Josef Deck seems overly simple. Many known map areas are somehow missing. This is because Deck knew very well that there is no way one can fit every bodily area known to the science into one map page without a resulting overcomplication.
So, he simply make his map to show the main areas, the ones that show up most often during an evaluation. Smart! After a few decades in practice, we figured that out—so we created (1) the world’s first Physical Iridology MapBook (see below), leaving the most important areas to (2) the single simplified and yet adequately detailed map, the one you see illustrated here.
We have encircled the perimeters of the left and right sides of the map with both the clock numbers and the 360° calibration signs for easier iris marking location. The pupil border octagon areas are named, and the seven common Zones are indicated. Now available in a convenient folded and foldable double 8½” x 11” heavy fine glaze desk-size paper format.