The Brown Eye
Pure brown eyes are predominant among African, Asian and Oriental people. They evolved in a hotter climate and the pigment is a form of protection. Many Irish people think they have brown eyes, however, under close examination their eyes are often green with many pigments.
The main health challenges for the brown eyed person involve blood dynamics, blood pressure and circulation. Statistically, people with brown irides have an above-average tendency towards diabetes, high blood fats and the formation of lumps, cysts, and tumors. Their blood tends to be thicker and they may suffer from poor peripheral perfusion resulting in cold hands and feet.