Iris sign: white concentric rings. Seen at the bottom left pink arrow. These ring can appear anywhere in the iris.
Physical indications: prone to muscular and nervous tension. Affects the sympathetic nervous system. The location of the rings can affect its significance.
Emotional indications: those with concentric rings need to be surrounded by people who value, recognise and support them.
Left Eye Example
Iris sign: jaggered collarette. Seen at the top right pink arrow.
Physical indications:prone to intestinal tract irritability.
Emotional indications: nervous anxiety. An effective herbal medicine is chamomile to relax intestinal irritability and anxiety. People with a jaggered collarette need to practice to chill when overburdened by work. Stress can induce moody behaviour.
Left Eye Example
Iris sign: brown pigment. Seen at second arrow on right.
Physical indications: brown pigments are produced in the liver. A pigment sitting on its own has more significance than multiples. Sluggish liver and gall baldder can affect the uptake of fat soluble vitamins.
Emotional indications: the liver stores a variety of emotions and play a part in our ability to flow through life. A fiery liver can cause excess frustration and a constricted liver can create a sense of feeling blocked and overshadowed. A weak liver can be associated with sensitivity.
Right Eye Example
Iris sign: constricted collarette. Seen at second arrow on right, section surrounding the pupil. The collarette can reveal past, present and emotional trauma. it Influences the autonomic nervous system.
Physical indications:indicates small intestinal capacity. Anxiety and excitement can cause gut tension and indigestion. The presenting colour of the collarette may indicate a digestive reaction to starchy foods, causing bloating, belching and pain.
Emotional indications: when anxious, avoid eating. Eat nutrient rich foods. Small frequent meals is best suited. Character may indicate a good confidant.
Full Report Includes Eye constitution Recommendations based on findings Inherent strengths and weaknesses Toxic accumulations Activity of organs Emotional Indications Nutritional recommendations
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