Dark, medium, or lighter brown describe the Hematogenic iris constitution. The dense pigment layer of varying thickness overlays and obscures iris fibers that are otherwise seen in the Blue or Biliary constitutional types. The structural markings, however, are visible as in the Blue and Biliary constitutional types.
The true brown eye, or Hematogenic Iris, under magnification, will disclose markings such as lacunae with underlying fibers reflecting organ insufficiencies. The majority of issues with a person having this iris type will be expressed in the structural markings, individual pigments, and areas of pigment lightening.
These are examples to show how different the eyes can be. Each one is beautiful and unique. There are a number of other factors considered in an iris analysis beyond what is briefly described above. These include various markings, colors, spaces, openings, patterns and location of each that tell us something about your body’s health. Cheryl also includes sclerology, the study of the white of the eye (the sclera), and pupil tonus, which can provide additional information about a person’s health. All of this together gives a picture of your health that can help in determining the healthiest foods for you and other lifestyle factors that should be taken into account for optimal health.