How Does Your Tongue Compare?

You’ll be amazed what your Tongue has to say. Learn to perform a Tongue Health Diagnosis and how to scrape your tongue correctly.
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A Tongue Health Diagnosis is usually the first thing your Doctor will undertake. The reason is simple. Your tongue, like your poop, has valuable insights into your inner health.

Your tongue is a mirror for your all-important organs and can indicate a myriad of conditions. By observing your tongue and any changes, you are able to keep on top of your health from the comfort of your own bathroom.

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Tongue Health Diagnosis Pictures

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This ancient practice is typically used in Ayurveda (Indian) and Asian and Chinese cultures. Today it is a tool that is referenced by local GP’s and the traditional Medical fraternity.

As you can see from the above picture, sections of your tongue represent different organs. The tip of your tongue relates to your heart and lungs and the middle is your spleen and stomach.

The left and right sides of your tongue represent your liver and gallbladder and the back part of your tongue is your kidneys, bladder, and intestines.

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Which Tongue Do You Have Infographic

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Getting to know your tongue is vital. Grab a mirror and head outside to bright light. Have a good look around your tongue and mouth in general. You should also look on the underside.

A swollen tongue indicates both spleen and heart heat. This could be due to excess alcohol consumption. If you have an enlarged tongue, this indicates a deficiency of the spleen and kidneys.

A hammer-shaped tongue indicates the spleen, stomach, and kidneys and in some instances is linked to mental illness and health.

If your tongue is swollen on both sides, this could be affecting your liver and gallbladder. If your tongue is swollen between the tip and center of the surface, you may have lung or spleen issues.

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Secrets Your Tongue Reveals About Your Health

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If your tongue is red with cracks on the surface, this usually indicates a fungal infection in the body. It’s often accompanied by night sweats, sleeping disorders, and irritability.

A pale tongue surface can suggest anemia or a hormonal imbalance in women. Antibiotics can often have an adverse side effect on your tongue. A white tongue whilst common can also be linked to Candida or oral thrush. Excess acidity in your body is another cause.

These signs reveal the overall health of specific organ function, especially in the digestive system.

A pale tongue body indicates excess cold whilst an overly red tongue indicates excess heat. A bright red tongue color may also indicate an iron or vitamin B12 deficiency.

So what is a normal and healthy tongue color? According to the experts, pink or light red is the color that we should be aiming for. As you can see, your tongue has plenty to say and it is definitely worth listening to!

Tongue Health Diagnosis Video

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Today we’re including a video from Scott Sommers. He is a Holistic Healer of 20 years and he explains how you can use tongue diagnosis on a daily basis to keep your health in check.

He has some excellent insights that we know you will find helpful. To gain a full understanding, we highly recommend that you view it. To listen to Scott, click Play above ^

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Learn How To Tongue Scrape

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Tongue Scraping is a great way to clean up your tongue and when combined with regular Oil Pulling it can take your oral hygiene to a whole new level. It is another ancient practice that will enhance your health no end!

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