Allergy and Migraine Iridology Signs, Hazel Eyes

This article is posted to help in your study of liver, allergy and migraine iridology signs in a hazel (biliary) iris. We’re diving deep in this issue – so if you think this article sounds familiar, parts of it are. Keep reading if you want to get to the really juicy stuff!

allergy and migraine iridology signs

Hazel eyes – the bane of the Department of Motor Vehicles, because they seem to change color depending on moods and clothing colors. The mixed iris has a blue base. It also has one or more of the following colors on top of that base: yellow (makes the iris appear green), brown (we often call this hazel), or orange. Sometimes, as in this case, we have all three colors. These extra colors are never evenly dispersed.

Common Features of a Biliary (Hazel) Iris

People who have mixed irides share several common predispositions in their health and physiologies even though the variety of color is quite broad.

The blue base suggests constitutional acid imbalance throughout the body. Adding yellow (which points us at the kidneys) increases the risk of acid imbalance. Brown makes us question the liver’s integrity, while orange raises questions about blood sugar balance.

The liver performs over 500 different functions. Included in that list is the production of  antihistamines to help mediate allergies.

There are specific iridology signs that help us understand if a person’s liver is more or less capable of doing all of its jobs, including antihistamine production, and if the pancreas is capable of its jobs as well. Both histamine and blood sugar levels are of utmost importance to many migraine sufferers since elevated histamine levels and low blood sugar levels can trigger migraines.

As you look at these irides and the notes below you will see a recurring theme: liver. As we focus our efforts on modifying lifestyle, food choices, and supplements to support the liver, we will see results that will confirm we did the right things.

As always, getting nitty-gritty details about eating habits, fluid intake, stress, rest, relaxation, recreation, supplements, and medications is vitally necessary.

Case Background

Gender: Female
Age: 33
Weight: 140 lbs
Occupation: actress

Main concerns: persistent, recurring migraines

Details: This client starting having migraines in her mid-20s. They were often triggered by bright light, strong smells (especially cleaning chemicals), stress, and visual patterns. We wondered if dehydration might also be a trigger. She loses her vision completely, both arms go numb, and she vomits.

Her hips and legs get stiff and achy if she goes for long walks.

She did a cleanse a few years previously (no wheat, dairy, or sugar) and was headache-free for two years afterward.

She has a history of very low blood pressure (80/50) and anemia.

She is allergic to penicillin, cats, and dogs. She has recently quit smoking.

She uses a lot of over-the-counter pain meds ongoing and marijuana about once each week.

Our focus was to strengthen the client’s adrenal glands and reduce inflammation. Food, supplement, and lifestyle recommendations were made. I have shared the food recommendations here, as well as some of the lifestyle recommendations.

Rx: Maxalt RPD (Rizatriptan), birth control pill

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Iris signQuestions to askDietary/lifestyle suggestions
Biliary iris
Any history of liver issues? e.g. problems digesting fats, processing carbs (fatty liver), itchy skin, allergies, anemia?* Eat abundant amounts of leafy greens
* Avoid coffee, alcohol, refined sugars
Rusty brown central heterochromiaDigestive complaints (stomach, small intestines) or elimination complaints (bowel issues)?* Include savory herbs in food prep to support digestion
* Water intake, fiber (vegetables) and daily physical activity to support bowel health
Orange edge to central heterochromiaAny history of pancreas issues? Blood sugar stability, energy levels?* Avoid refined sugars
* Have play time every day
Contraction furrowsHow/where does she feel stress?
Perfectionist? To-do lists? Worrier?
* Daily physical activity including meditative activities like yoga, tai chi
* Do a ‘brain-dump’ list every night before retiring to keep the mind from obsessing about tomorrow
Brown pigmentsAny history of liver issues?* Eat abundant amounts of leafy greens
* Avoid coffee, alcohol, refined sugars
Scurf rimHistory of skin issues - eczema, psoriasis?* Eat abundant amounts of leafy greens
* Avoid coffee, alcohol, refined sugars
* Eat celery, parsley (not if pregnant or breastfeeding) to support kidneys
* Dry skin brushing or salt scrubs
Ferrum chromatoseHistory of liver issues? Anemia?* Eat abundant amounts of leafy greens
* Avoid coffee, alcohol, refined sugars
Lacuna in heart zones, both iridesFamily history of heart issues?* Daily physical activity
* Include lots of onions, garlic, leek in diet

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