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o On sale! Ellen's children's book Tiny Tim
o On sale! Ellen's book on Iridology
o On sale! Ellen's book on Herbs and Old Fashioned Remedies
o New article!
Liver Fluke. The Myth and the Facts
o Sweet itch - The Cure
o Iridology in USA
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o What is Iridology?
o Online eye assessment
o Qualified Iridologists
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o NEW! Sarcoid Tincture
o NoVerms
o Anti-B
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o Digestive Bitters
o Circulation tonic
o Settle
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o Ulserban
o Untye
o Special B Respiratory
o Respiratory
o RepelIt
articles
o The importance of the Liver
o Winter care
o Protein and performance
o Oat Diet
o Minerals and the Herbs Rich in Them
o Herbs for Horses
o How to help retain peak fitness over a long season
o Is there room in the modern day training yard for old fashioned methods?
o The Truth about Worms in Horses - the whole story





Maureen Keller, Illinois, U.S.A. is now teaching my school of equine iridology
Ellen Collinson School of equine iridology hosted by Tranquil Companion, enrolling for September classes. Iridology is one of the most beneficial and rewarding Sciences one can learn. It is a safe, painless and non intrusive form of diagnosis, via the study of the iris using magnification. In this way inherited genetic strength and weaknesses as well as tendencies towards certain organ / system dysfunction may be ascertained. Professional iridologists agree that anacute, subacute, chronic and degenative conditions of the body are all reflected in the iris. Iridology is now part of curriculum for many colleges, including the medical schools in Moscow and in the medical Department of the University of Paris Nord. Ellen Collonson's School of equine iridology is now being offered in the United States hosted by Tranquil Companion. Certification can be completed in as little as five days. Curriculum includes four levels of training with


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