Iridology is a non-invasive analysis of the iris (eye) used to determine conditions and levels of health within the body. Through 15 hours of intensive study and application, you will learn to read signs of inflammation, congestion, degenerative, and regenerative stages of organs and organ systems. Iridology dates as far back as ancient Egypt, when Imhotep “the father of medicine” used Iridology as one of his healing arts.
Through this ancient system it is possible to understand the whole person. Mental, physical, emotional and spiritual aspects can also be interpreted. The eyes are truly the “windows of the soul.”
By being made aware of their conscious and subconscious behavior patterns and influences of genetic memory, individuals are able to understand the origins of their conditions and afflictions, enabling them to positively transform their lives on all levels.
Do you or someone you care about have chronic ailments that can be cured by herbal remedies? Here's a list of ailments and natural remedies that may provide relief.
PLEASE NOTE: New Body Products does not advocate the use of their herbal remedies as a replacement for competent medical care.
Dr. Paul Goss, founder and president of NEW BODY PRODUCTS, is the 1st child of 10 born to Sam and Annie Goss in Canton, Georgia. He grew up in a small company town, Alcoa, Tennessee.
In this rural setting he received the basis for an international education. Not in the poorly funded segregated school, but from two of his neighborhood’s African elders. Mitchell, known as the “Root Doctor” and Ms. Bellamy, known to some as “The Herb Lady”. They were the local “root workers”. They knew the healing value of herbs and plants and how to prepare them as cures. Dr. Goss' interest in holistic cures began when they recognized his potential and began instructing him in ancient cures that were passed on to them in much the same way.
Dr. Goss continued his education at historic Stillman College in Alabama. His real thirst for knowledge, however, simply could not be filled in a traditional college environment.