Based on Color: Hazel and Brown Eyes
Crystal Maceira, CBP, LMT, MH
January – February 2021 • Vol 3, No 113
In the last couple of articles (now archived at NaturalLifeNews.com), I have been educating the reader on Iridology. This has been an intriguing subject for me since I was a teenager, when my father was working with Nature’s Herbs at the time. Dr. John R. Christopher, a renowned herbalist of his day, was also associated with the same company. My dad allowed me to travel with him to a health fair in Las Vegas. Dr. Christopher was there, and I was able to get to know him better. It was an absolute pleasure and gave me the desire to become an herbalist myself.
During that same time, I received my first Iris analysis. I was fascinated by what I learned about myself. When I would start having issues, I would think back to that analysis, and know that if I didn’t strengthen those systems and organs, then those issues would become more serious. Those impressionable days have developed into a lifelong learning of herbs, nutrition and Iridology.