There are three main types of Irises – from there are the sub-types ranging to around 24 different types
The third type is Haematogenic with the sub-types: B1
Pure haematogenic, B2 anxiety Titanic, Lipemic diathesis, Polyglandular, Sycotic, Immuno-pathological, Allergic diathesis.
* Found in nearly 65% of the population.
* Found in people with darker hair and olive-to-dark complexion.
* Digestive disorders.
* Poor circulation giving rise to conditions such as hemorrhoids and thrombosis.
* Liver and gallbladder disturbances.
* Sugar imbalances – diabetes type 2.
* Deficiency in minerals especially when resident in colder climates.