Iridology & Sclerology

In Iridology the markings and colorings in the irises of the eye identify physical qualities of the body. In addition, there are specific places or areas of the iris onto which organs and tissues of the body are related. These areas have been mapped over nearly 200 years. There are three general background or “constitutional” colors including: blue, brown, and mixed or hazel or green. Except for the deepest of brown, iris color will change with the aging process, diet choices, toxin exposure, and other lifestyle factors. Below are some common areas of weakness and genetic predisposition for each iris color. Please understand these are generalities, are not all inclusive and may not ever manifest in individuals providing optimal care and well-being to themselves.

Blue eyes

The general areas of weakness for a blue eye include intestinal issues and lymphatic issues. Lymph flows wherever blood does not in the body. However, unlike the blood, there is no pump for the lymphatic system. This often results in congestion, allergies, skin issues, kidney problems, an overactive immune system, joint stiffness, and/or inflammatory conditions over time.

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Brown eyes

The genetic tendencies of a true brown eye include disturbances with the blood, blood abnormalities, circulatory issues, mineral deficiencies, carbohydrate metabolism, and a weakened immune response to parasites, digestive disorders and/or glandular imbalances.

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Mixed/Green/Hazel eyes

These iris types have an increased predisposition to damage of the liver, digestive disorders and kidney issues. It is very common to see sensitivities to superheated fats and oils, other foods, and chemicals. Due to these areas of weakness circulatory issues and hormone imbalances are relatively common.

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The sclera, or white part of the eye, offers a vast amount of information in regards to your current health. The insight and knowledge obtained from all the lines within the sclera can pinpoint the origin of imbalance within the body easily and quickly. The information in the sclera supports the information held in the iris and lends clarification to how the body is functioning with its own genetic predispositions.

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