Description: White collaret (autonomic nerve wreath), solid blue or gray/blue color with no discoloration or psora (pigments). Related to the primary color blue and the spiritual aspect of health. Strong tendency towards Western phlegmatic (water) constitution and Chinese water, metal constitutions.
Tendencies: This is the "pure" blue eye that is found in people's of European descent. It usually accompanies a classic phlegmatic disposition, which means the person is prone to lymphatic disturbances and catarrh afflictions. This is probably due in part to the fact that people of European descent are frequently heavy consumers of dairy products. Blue-eyed people are also thought to have a greater tendency to accumulate uric acid in their bodies and to have kidney troubles. The body systems and parts that these people have to pay particular attention to are the following: Mucus membrane areas (upper respiratory tract, bronchioles, villi of lungs, digestive tract and the uro-genital tracts), lymphatic tissues (tonsils, appendix, spleen and lymph nodes) and membranes of the joints.
Health problems commonly found in people with the lymphatic constitution include the following: Sinus troubles, sore throats, tonsillitis, earaches, bronchitis, asthma, swollen lymph nodes, skin catarrh (eczema and dandruff), kidney weakness, arthritis and rheumatism.
Current health: occasional tension headaches, mild arthritis/joint pain, sensitivity to lights, sensitivity to EMF's, stress, easily bothered, NS overload.
Past health: sensitivity to lights, tension headaches, poor circulation, trouble digesting, low stomach acidity,
candida/leaky gut, varicose veins, easily fatigued.
Current Regimen: NS/stress sensitivities: LOTS and lots of teas. Copious amounts of panax ginseng tea, eleuthero, and dandelion root. Also of course taking time for herself over and over again (exercise, hikes, taking a day off,etc).
Makes sure if nothing else she gets lots of sleep. Also being conscious of her diet.
Arthritis/joint paint: MSM, bamboo silica, and lots of ginger on almost everything: ginger tea, ginger soup, fresh in smoothies, etc.