Although we don’t know the exact functions of our internal organs, they keep us alive. What if it’s not performing at optimal levels? Well, symptoms may appear which may be bothersome, cause discomfort, or prevent a normal life. If there was an easy way to check the internal health organs without going to the doctor, would you do it?
Luckily for you, there’s a one-minute trick you can use to determine the health of your organs. You can use this way to check your health respiratory system, metabolism, hormones, kidneys, and intestines. Here are some items you will need:
1 Metal Spoon
· 1 Plastic Bag
· Your Mouth
· 1 Minute of Your Time
Sometimes we don’t realize things aren’t working properly. Depending on how we grew up or our interpretation of what health means, we may live with symptoms that we don’t realize are the direct result of organ dysfunction. This is why it is always recommended to partake in Dherbs Full Body Cleanse to help remove toxins from the body naturally by cleansing the organs and systems of the body.
To find out if your bowels are healthy, take the metal spoon and scrape the back of your tongue to collect an adequate amount of saliva. Carefully remove the spoon, place it in a plastic bag and place the bag under a light (the stronger the better) for 1 minute. After the minute is up, take a look at the spoon. If the spoon is clean, consider yourself a healthy person. Now smell the spoon. If you only smell saliva, you’re fine, but keep reading if you don’t.
After removing the spoon from the light, note the colors:
Orange can indicate kidney problems.
Purple can indicate that you have high cholesterol, poor circulation, or bronchitis.
The white color indicates a possible respiratory infection.
A thick yellow or white color could mean you have a thyroid problem or a mouth problem.
Remember we also said to smell the spoon? Bad breath could mean that you have bad breath, but it could also indicate any of the following:
A sweet smell could mean you have high blood sugar or diabetes.
The smell of ammonia can indicate a kidney problem
Other odors can be linked to poor digestive health or lung problems.
Know this: the tongue is a rich source of information when it comes to your health. Sure, a metal spoon might not be as palpable as a blood test, but this little trick can give you some insight into the health of your internal organs. However, viewing these results may cause you to wonder whether or not you experience discomfort or health symptoms associated with certain organs.
There is always a natural remedy to help your body. It’s up to us to listen to our body to find out what it needs. If we listen, we are more likely to notice symptoms that can negatively affect optimal health. Use this test to listen to your body; He can tell you what he needs.