Types of iris. Lymphatic Constitution. Iridology

Types of iris. Lymphatic Constitution. Iridology

Seasoned iridologists almost all recognize that the eyes are basically two colors: blue or brown hazelnut. The color is in the dark layer of pigment and when we try to describe the anatomy of the iris. The pigment is usually hereditary thing, part of an inherent structure, and is the purest in the newborn. With the passage of time and due to lifestyle and food color becomes darker. It is noteworthy that parents of children born just blue iris with the same color. The light blue or light blue always predominates. However, the brown color is not dominant, for parents of children may be born brown iris blue iris.

From a geographical point of view and historical persons from the equatorial areas and warmer the planet have brown eyes, while those from the temperate and cold regions are blue. Since now the world has become more cosmopolitan, interracial marriages have produced a mixture of colors that are reflected in the iris. In addition, the iris color can be influenced by the accumulation of drugs and toxic deposits.

If we can clearly see the thin lines or fibers, more or less wavy, white or slightly yellow perhaps, that extend in radial arrangement from the edge of the pupil to near the periphery of the iris, it is certain that the person has one eye mainly blue, even if it seems to be a different color. In this case, blue can have different tones, from light blue or gray, to brown. You may also have a greenish tint. Sometimes it may seem that the color of the iris is brown, but a skilled iridologist know that from a hereditary point of view, if you can distinguish clearly the iris fibers, their bluest eyes are brown.

In contrast, a true brown iris - as seen in the Mediterranean, Negroid, etc .-- is completely brown, sometimes dark brown in appearance. These iris fibers forming the stroma of the iris are difficult or even impossible to distinguish. This is mainly due to the underlying pigment in the iris. When most of the fibers are obscured and the iris is brown, there is little doubt that the iris is really that color. With blue eyes are often confused with the brown, but almost never happens in reverse.

Constitutions of the iris. Iridology
All we can frame the iris in a series of basic constitutions that allow us to identify trends or probabilities to certain problems, but not daring to ensure that a certain person is sure to have a certain condition in the future.

Similarly we say that we are all human beings fall into one of the four main temperaments - lymphatic, sanguine, choleric, nervous - or blend of temperaments, from the color of the rainbow know what kind of temperament or constitution iris possess.

On this there is one common approach among Seasoned iridologists. Some believe that there are only two main constitutions: the node (blue iris) and the hematogenous or blood (brown iris). Seasoned iridologists Others add a third constitution, the bile or mixed (green iris). On the other hand, others go so far as Josef Deck which in turn within these major constitutions adds some subtypes of these constitutions, and even the need to go far beyond establishing a constitutional type from a specific iris signs. The latter approach reduces the iridology to almost mechanical process and in turn overly simplistic, as we know iridology is not to say that sign this medical condition or illness, but that tells us many things that is much more complex than we can understand. Which brings us to the conclusion: however much we know of constitutions and the iris trends reveal to us, we can never interpret the constitutional types and pathological signals without having a prior history holistic.

I turn then to spell out some of the constitutions that are considered important and what they reveal about the individual.

Lymphatic Constitution. iridology
This is the constitution of blue iris and others with this key. In these you can see the crown iris highlighted by a lighter shade. Iris fibers are visible, straight or winding. According to the characteristics of the iris in this constitution can see that the basic trends pathological having this constitution is the following: increased reactivity of the lymphatic system, this leads to problems in throat, nose, ears, bronchopulmonary area and, therefore, catarrhal and lymphatic system overloaded.

If the fibers have a lighter colored and more winding and a white crown highlighted in the iris, this indicates an overactive autonomic nervous system, with many functional symptoms of the patient, spasms in digestive and muscular pains.

If whitish flakes also appear in the sixth area is the tendency iris type rheumatic diseases, allergies, congestion of the lymphatic system denounced by the presence of white flakes.

In other iris observe that the flakes are presented as diffuse clouds, darker iris attached to the crown by radios or stains. The bias is mainly related to metabolic accumulations of uric acid (kidney stones, arthritis), arthritis, etc.

This iris can be seen a good constitution and density of iris. We did not notice irregularities in the fibers (gaps, stains, etc.).. It shows a good regularity in the autonomic nervous system, allowing proper nerve supply to all organs. It features more stressed than usual ring ring assimilation and stomach.

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