Pinguicula – Sclerology

A Pinguicula Sclerology marking resembles a globule of fat on the outer layer of the sclera (conjunctiva) to the left or right of the iris, most often with a yellowish appearance. The Pinguicula represents fat metabolism dysfunction at the level of the liver, with associated symptoms of nausea and fatigue after eating fatty foods – especially superheated and deepfried foods. As this sign shows a sluggish or insufficient digestive system, enzymes, herbs and specific foods would be suggested to effectively treat and support the liver, allowing the Pinguicula to fade.