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Three Main Iris Colors (Constitutions) In Iridology

INTRODUCTION: As you know, there are only three colors of iris (according to Iridology). In iridology the true color of the eyes is blue. In fact, when you are born, you have blue eyes, they change as you get older.

Then "Why is there another color"? Good question. The simple answer for now is that other colors (other than Blue, Brown, and what we call Mixed) display toxins or other pigments on the eyes to make them look different. For now I will cover three main irises (constitution) in iridology.

TYPE BLUE EYE also known in Germany as lymphatic.

Description: Blue solid blue or blue / gray solid without discoloratrion or psora (pigment). The iris fibers are visible. True blue-eyed people are associated with the traditional Western constitution or water. These are the "pure" eyes commonly found in people of European descent.

Tendency: These people are considered to have excess water, leading to greater tendency for water retention, lymphatic congestion and stagnation. There are 3 major systems of concern for people with blue eyes: Lymphatic, Respiratory and Urinary. Diseases with blue eyes are: allergies and allergic reactions, skin conditions such as eczema and seborrea dermatitis, chronic sinus, respiratory congestion, ear and ear infections, swollen glands, sore throat, kidney pressure and bladder.

BROWN TYPES OF EYES also known in Germany as Hematogenic.


Brown eyes are pure with pigments covering the structure of the iris fibers. The iris fibers are covered with heavy pigment layers that look like feathers or rugs. Iris fibers are usually not visible through this heavy pigment layer. Proper hematogenic constitution is almost always found in people with darker skin and hair.

Tendency: Pure brown eyes are more difficult for iridologists to read because the pigment layer completely covers the iris fibers, so some vague signs cannot be detected. There are 3 major systems of concern for people with brown eyes: Hepatitis (liver and gall bladder), Cardiovascular, and Glandular (endocrine and glandular glands, and lymph nodes). Eyelid eye disease has: venous congestion, tendency to imbalance in blood composition, anemia, thick blood, tendency to strengthen arteries, detect mineral deficiencies and difficulty with minerals storage, dairy intolerance, liver problems, and white blood cell decline.

MIXED YESE TYPES also known in Germany as Biliary.

Description: These eyes are characterized by a light to brown pigmentation or a change of brown on top of a white-yellow background. The overall appearance of the iris is usually light brown, but unlike true brown eyes, iris fibers can be seen through the pigment. The colors are often centered around the center of the iris around the emerald and digestive zones.

Tendency: At autopsy, the eye is made up of substances from the bloodstream that have been broken down due to liver imbalance. They are called the biliary constitution, because they are associated with biliousness (digestive disorders) caused by liver problems. There are 3 major systems of concern for mixed people: digestion (stomach and pancreas), hepatic (liver and gall bladder), and intestines (small and large intestines). Infectious diseases are: indigestion, intestinal gas, diarrhea, and / or constipation disorders in fat metabolism causing bile stones, high cholesterol, sleep disorders, eating disorders, and reproductive disorders.

As you can see from my brief description, there is a lot to consider when an iridologist performs iris analysis. Iridology is the most useful tool in determining the constitution of individuals.


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