This article is posted to help in your study of iridology signs and fibromyalgia.
Common features of a lymphatic iris
Blue eyes, any shade of blue, which are also known as lymphatic irides, often express a predisposition to many types of imbalances, including a predisposition to elevated acid levels in the tissues and fluids of the body, although not often in the stomach.
Blue-eyed people tend to be more prone to inflammatory conditions including asthma, sinus (mucous membrane) issues, allergies, arthritis, eczema, psoriasis, and kidney challenges of all kinds. Inflammation, with its elevated acid levels, always demands more calcium and magnesium to try to keep the acid in check.
When we see orange in an iris we ask about blood sugars. When we see brown we ask about liver. When we see rust colors in the iris we also ask about liver. When we see clouding of any color we ask about inflammation and congestion.
It’s important to remember that iridology shows the genetic structure of a person while sclerology shows what’s happening now. Sclerology markers are usually visible before symptoms become obvious.
Today’s analysis, iridology signs and fibromyalgia
Iris analysis of a 30-year-old male who has a medical diagnosis of fibromyalgia.
30 years old
Medical diagnosis: fibromyalgia, has pain especially in feet and legs
Problems sleeping, wakes to urinate, rarely feels rested after 7-8 hours of sleep
|Iris sign||Questions to ask||Client reported||Dietary/lifestyle suggestions|
|lymphatic||history of inflammatory conditions including asthma, sinus (mucous membrane) issues, allergies, arthritis, eczema, psoriasis, and kidney challenges?||has chronic stuffiness (note: sinus is ‘chimney’ for lungs)||*Lots of leafy greens
*Suggested eliminating coffee
|alternating rarefactions with hyper fibers, especially medial aspects||history of lung issues?|
|irregular collarette||history of intestinal or bowel cramping or issues?||1 BM per day, uses 2C coffee as laxative||*Keep fiber intake from vegetables high
*Keep water intake high at .5oz/1lb of body weight
|orange pigment as mild central heterochromia that ‘bleeds out’ into humoral zone||*history of sweet cravings, carbohydrate cravings?|
|prefers sweet drinks and fruit, consumes 4 beers per week||*Small servings of protein 5 times per day
*Eat every 2.5-3 hours
|fermentation sign (R inferior - medial and lateral)||history of blood sugar imbalances or energy roller coasters?|
|orange at pupil’s edge||*digestion?|
*any problematic foods?
|none known||*Reduce/eliminate cheese, yogurt
*Add bitter greens to support digestion
*Add savory herbs to support digestion
|allergy net - mild - inferior, attached||food allergies?|
|spiral vessel (L inferior - medial||*history of blood pressure issues?|
*pale vessel = check for low blood pressure
|can get a little light-headed if jumps up too fast from sitting||*Support adrenal glands with protein|
|trauma fork (R superior - lateral; L superior - medial)||*history of head or spinal trauma?|
*or - history of intense emotional trauma?
|pearl (R inferior - lateral)||history of easy bruising or capillary fragility?||none reported||increase bioflavonoid-rich vegetables|
Report as of 3rd appointment (2 months on program): Cutting out caffeine increased BM’s to 2-3 per day. Energy increased significantly after caffeine withdrawal. Waking less during night. Still has stuffy sinuses.
We’ll be doing an iris analysis of this young man who has the medical diagnosis of fibromyalgia in our next newsletter, and in our webinar on Tuesday, 28 February 2017; register for webinar here. To learn more about fibromyalgia, see my companion article, Fibromyalgia – an introduction.
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