Liver Dysfunction – Sclerology

The above sclera image has a very strong, acidic line running into the liver area of the sclera (to the left of the iris). This shows acute congestion of the liver and this Sclerology marking is simply called the Liver Dysfunction sign. This may be caused from excessive intake of alcohol and drugs, an unhealthy diet high in processed foods or a profession in which airborne smoke-type toxins were regularly inhaled. This can be a common sign, with some sort of liver congestion evident in most sclera’s. With correct nutrition, gentle liver cleansing and ongoing liver support, this congestion can be reduced and the line will fade as a result of improvement in health.