The eyes are windows to the
Body And Soul

Iridology is the study of the Iris (the coloured part of the eye); it can help determine information about your body’s strengths & weaknesses as well as the causes of symptoms and disease.

Iridology is a safe, non-invasive and inexpensive method of analysis which can be integrated with any system of medicine.

Iridology is a universal language common to all living beings. The Iris gives readouts on conditions in various parts of the body.

Iridology can help you learn about your body strengths and weaknesses and become more personally aware of what you can do to help yourself towards better health and well-being.

Iridology monitors the movement towards health and disease. As the bodily tissues become less inflamed or congested, the iris registers the treatment response, and the healing process.


Displays Sectors of the Iris Relating to Specific Parts of the Human Body



Iridologist M. Salim. Khan

M. Salim Khan – M.D. (M.A.) M.H. D.O. M.I.R.C.H. F.G.N.I. – is a consultant physician, medical herbalist and iridologist. He is the founding director of ‘Mohsin Wellbeing Centre’ and principal of the ‘College of Medicine and Healing Arts’. He also serves as the current President of the Guild of Naturopathic Iridologists (Int.)

Salim Khan was initially introduced to iridology by David Chapman in 1978. Salim then went on to study iridology and herbal medicine with Farida Sharan in Cambridge, England. He received a Diploma in Iridology and a Master Herbalist Diploma from the ‘School of Iridology and Holistic Healing’ in Cambridge in September 1996. Later he served as a clinical tutor in the same school.

Salim Khan also received a certificate of merit from Dr. Bernard Jensen, father of American Iridology, in May 1982.

At the Annual International Symposium of Iridology, London, November 1998, he founded the school of Iris Synthesis, which brings together oriental traditions and specifically Unani Tibb medicine as well as iridology, as a holistic and energetic paradigm.

Book an Iridology Assessment now!

What you need to provide before your assessment:

1. Food diary of everything you eat and drink over a period of 3 days

2. List of medicines and supplements you are currently using.

3. Copies of medical/diagnostic tests from your GP, hospital, or other health practitioner.

Iridology assessments can pick up signs of impending ailments early.