Reuben Schwartz Amish Iridologist Info
Well, well, a lot has happened since I posted. Here is some Reuben Schwartz Info for people who have questions. First and foremost, I DO NOT WORK FOR REUBEN. I get a lot of questions asking to schedule appointments for him. Honestly, I welcome all the questions, but I do not work for him. Also, remember, this is just MY experience with him. There are several people with several opinions, I’m sure. The posts I have made on it (I will link them below) are my personal experience.
Amish Iridologist from Hestand, Kentucky
To get an appointment for Reuben Schwartz Amish Iridologist, you must either A) show up and hope to be seen but understand he gives priority to those with an appointment or B) write him a letter and request a day/time. They will write you back with the appointment they schedule for you.
Friends, he is Amish. There are no phones, computers, or any electronic devices that they use. Also, he is not a licensed physician. Through the community and his family, he has learned the knowledge of Iridology. There is no formal education.
He does NOT charge for his service, though there is a donation box on his desk. The herbs/supplements that he suggests make COST money. They are cash only. You can get what he does not sell at Mountain Air Herbs, down the hill (not Amish owned), and they take cards.
Hours/Days and Times of Operation for Amish Iridologist
Reuben Schwartz Amish Iridologist
1205 Radure Rd.
Hestand, KY 42151
As of March 2018: Mon,Tues & Fri 7:30-3:00, Sat 7:30-11:00am
Please read more current content under Related Posts for more up-to-date information on Jake Shirk, Amish Iridologist, who replaced Reuben Schwartz and Mountain Air Herbs.
Lots to Do in Hestand, Kentucky
There are lots of little shops set up along the way. I highly suggest you take your time and enjoy Amish Country and everything they make/create/have to offer. Fresh fruits, veggies, bread, pies so very much. It is one of my favorite places to go. It is a different world and so peaceful.
The Amish are generally so kind, and there is more to them than just this amazing man (now men) who are Iridologists. Also, please stop by and visit my friends at Mountain Air Herbs. They are very lovely as well! There is so much to offer in Amish country.