Reuben Schwartz Amish Iridologist
Here is a bit more information on Reuben Schwartz Amish Iridologist. I had heard of him a long time ago. In the busyness of life, I just let the knowledge slip my mind. Then, my brother brought him back up.
This time, I did my homework. I did some research and found great things about this man. However, getting an appointment is not simple and takes time. Patience is a virtue.
At the point we saw Mr. Reuben, we had been on the Opsoclonus Myoclonus Syndrome journey for almost a year. Sadly, he had been doing badly a few months earlier. He had been in a wheelchair from about April 2018 to June 2018. That June, we had been to our first naturopathic doctor.
I will post more on this treatment in another post. So, by the time we got to Mr. Reuben, he was out of the wheelchair but still tremulous. Frankly, I was curious. The things I read about him were pretty good.
I will not write too much about Hunter’s because he is not old enough to tell me his thoughts. However, I will say that two people, thousands of miles apart, one massively educated and wonderful. Yet, the other man not educated and wonderful said the same thing.
Getting an Appointment
To get an appointment, I wrote him a letter. This is the only way to get an appointment and assure you can get in to see him. You can “show up” but those that have appointments get priority. If you show up, you take the risk of not being seen. He is a busy busy man.
If you are interested in getting an appointment, you can email me with questions about my experience. My email is email@example.com. Also, you can write to him (this is a public record) and request an appointment.
1205 Radure Rd.
Hestand, KY 42151
My GPS took me down the driveway. To a house at the end of the road. The house belonged to Reuben’s son, Abraham. What a sweet young man. His family is pretty sweet, as well. He told me that Reuben’s place is the first place, on the left. It has a full-length front porch. The building is fairly new (compared to the other houses). There is little to no cell signal once you get into Amish country.
Pulling up and parking in the grass was my first moment to soak it all up. We got out of the van. There was a couple with several children sitting on the full-length front porch. They have been going to Reuben for years, even before children. Now, they come every year for a quick checkup.
We walked into the office. There were several people there, waiting. See, you can “show up” but the priority goes to those with appointments. He has a predetermined amount of people he sees within a day, so keep that in mind.
Hunter explored the environment around him. While I took it all in and completed Hunter’s paperwork. I had no intention of him looking into my eyes. Mr. Reuben came to the door to call us back to his office. He is a thin, lanky man with a beautiful white beard. His eyes are a piercing blue. He smelled of Melaleuca and love.
Heading to the Office
I asked him how he came to do this. He laughed and said that it had been a part of their community for as long as he could remember. Also, he said that when he was younger, Reuben thought Iridology was witchcraft. He chose to stay far away from it.
As he grew older and continuing to see this miraculous healing (he loves Jesus, by the way), he became intrigued and began studying the practice of Iridology. Once he realized the history of it and the reality of how it was helping others, he dove right in.
Looking Into His Eyes
Now, he knew of Hunter’s diagnosis, though he had never heard of it. Imagine me trying to tell an Amish man to look up your Youtube channel. It was like a blank stare came across his face. You could hear crickets chirping. He politely said he had never heard of YouTube. I laughed. He laughed.
Once he looked into Hunter’s eyes, he said that he was riddled with parasites. Realize I had just been to St. Augustine, and parasites were identified at that session too. He said that he could see parasite scarring (where some had died) and saw active ones.
He smiled and said that my son was not going to die. We were going to get rid of the parasites. With the herbs/supplements we got from him and the high/low-frequency acupuncture and bio-impedance we got from SonRidge, he will quit shaking. I was in awe that both men, brilliant in their rights, said the same thing. Amazing.
Then It was Me
Once again, I took the bull by the horns and asked him to look into my eyes. All he knew was my name. The first thing he said was, “when did you get your uterus out?” I told him a year ago. He said, “well, you still have your ovaries, right?” I asked how he knew that. He said he sees it in my eyes.
Then, he put his crucible and little utility flashlight down and backed away from me. He stared at me for a minute, and he paused. He said: “Uhm, ma’am, your, Uhm, your ovaries…well, they are angry. Do you have trouble sleeping, trouble with your moods, etc.?” I said that I did. Reuben told me he would fix that.
He then asked how long I have had dizzy spells (diagnosed with Meniere’s at 19 yr old), how long I had had high blood pressure, how my stress level was. Reuben knew everything about me. I was blown away by his knowledge.
Herbs and Supplements
They are not cheap, but they last for a long while. What Mr. Reuben does not sell at the office, Mountain Air Herbs is a little shop at the end of that road. I can’t remember the name, but you pass it as you go up to Reuben’s. They have the rest of what you might need. Unlike Reuben’s, they do take a credit card and are super friendly. They will tell you what you need and what you don’t need or give you cheaper options.
Mr. Reuben is FREE. Yet, he does have a donation box in his office. Utilize this if you feel led to donate any money for his time. Also, herbs and supplements are not free. They do not take cards, so bring cash if you should choose to buy anything.
If you go back, you can take your empty bottle. Mr. Reuben’s staff can fill that bottle back up. The Amish are big on recycling and the environment. They also have some veggies/popcorn/jam and other things that they grow and sell in the office.
**I am in no way a doctor. All I know about Iridology I have read/asked. I am not telling you to go the route that we went with naturopathic doctors. Also, I am not telling you to disregard your regular doctor or stop taking your medications. This is 100% my experience in my own body. Also, it is my personal experience and knowledge with my son and his condition. We still seek the care of our regular PCP and Neurologist. Please seek out your doctor’s opinion, research yourself, and make an informed decision. All opinions are my own.**