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From: Peachy (86.27.184.119)
Subject:         Re: Limbal Ring
Date: August 19, 2012 at 8:05 am PST

In Reply to: Limbal Ring posted by Robyn on August 19, 2012 at 7:25 am:

Hi Robyn

What is the history and condition of your skin?

The reason I ask is that in iridology the dark ring surrounding the iris,
known as the limbal or scurf ring, is associated with the state of the
skins health and constitution. There are numerous factors involved
and depending on its colour typically its presence can indicate that the
skin is too thick or congested so toxins can't escape easily via sweat,
or that the body is producing too much mucous.

It is also indictative of a psychological "thick skin," attitude suggesting
someone is withdrawn or difficult to get emotionally close to.

A big limbal ring will often make the whites of the eyes brighter. This
is often associated with attractiveness. Although limbal rings are not
usually noticeable to many people, people with these rings are often
thought to have very attractive eyes!

Peace
Peachy

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