This is a copy of the first of a 10 page computerized iridology report for one of our clients horses . Our client was concerned about the health of this horse. This a small sample of what our iridology report showed. This report was a great help to our client and her horse Ozzie. She is now a ‘forever’ client and because of a few diet changes Ozzie looks and feels better than ever. This software was designed to help you ‘read the eye’ of your horse, dog, cat or human

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Eye Color: brown

This iris report shows below average inherent body strength, indicating a
necessity for taking care that your horse gets sufficient nutrients through diet
and supplementation, adequate rest and exercise, and freedom from excessive
stress in order to maintain a good level of health.
The digestive system affects the entire body of the horse. The nutrients from
foods and supplements are only available to the cells if properly digested and
absorbed. It is very important to all systems of the horse that the digestive
system be working at its optimum; therefore, it is considered of primary
importance that you support the equine digestive system while working with the
other areas of the body. Poor digestion can be a causative factor in such
conditions as allergies, a lack of energy, arthritis, and gas .
. We have used Vitality Drops to not only help the horse digest and absorb his
food but also correct his Ph balance.
When you see radial furrows starting from the stomach area, it can be a
sign of ‘leaky gut syndrome’. Leaky gut is showing that the intestinal lining
of the stomach is perforated and is allowing toxic material such as undigested
proteins, fats, parasites, fungi and bacteria into the bloodstream.
SUGGESTIONS: We use a natural ‘natural wormer’ during the full moon along
with Vitality drops to rid the horse of heavy metals.
*** The small intestines of the horse are approximately 60 feet long. This is
where most feed nutrients are digested and absorbed. If this area is showing a