Iridodials are a primary source of dialdehydes, which “are extremely powerful genetic-repair factors” (Dialdehydes are “lipid soluble agents that can penetrate the lipid membranes of the outer cells of tumors.” Iridodial is extremely similar to the activated dialdehyde, called didrovaltrate. Insects, ants in particular and carnivorous plants are the most effective producers of gene repair substances. Insects are phylogenetically extremely old and have a superb ability to conserve and safeguard their gene system. They are able to host large amounts of viruses without showing ill effects. Yet insects have no immune system, phylogenesis only equipped them with a repair principle called Iridodial.
Iridodial is one of Dr. Hans Nieper’s formulas that supports the following systems:
1. Lymphatic System