Raindrop Therapy (RDT) is a non-invasive, non-chiropractic technique developed by D. Gary Young in the 1980s. It combines massage, aromatherapy, and a method of ancient Tibetan reflexology called VitaFlex ("vitality through the reflexes").
The possible benefits of RDT are numerous,* some of which include:
Reflexology has been documented as having been in use during antiquity in ancient China and Egypt (cf. the Harvard Natural Standard). In 1915 Dr. William H. Fitzgerald brought this concept of "zone therapy" to the U.S.
The benefits of Reflexology are infinite. A few of those benefits include relief from the following:*
Iridology dates back to the Middle Ages, but it was introduced to the U.S. in the 1950s.
Iridology is based on the concept that certain parts of the eye (viz. the iris, sclera, retina, etc.) correspond to certain parts of the body. For example, the left iris would correspond to the left part of the body.*
With the aid of charts, an iridologist is able to look closely at a client's eye and see if anything out of the ordinary is going on with their bodily functions.*