Even though we may not know the exact functions of our internal organs, they keep us alive. What happens if they are not functioning at optimum levels? Well, chances are that symptoms, which can be unpleasant, will arise and cause discomfort or inhibit normal life. If there was a quick and easy way to check the health of your internal organs without going to the doctor, would you do it?
Lucky for you, there is a one-minute trick you can use to determine your organ health. You can use this trick to check the health of your respiratory system, metabolism, kidneys, hormones, and intestines. Here are the items you’ll need:
· 1 metal spoon
· 1 plastic bag
· Your mouth
· 1 minute of your time
Sometimes we are unaware that things aren’t functioning properly. Depending on how we were brought up or our interpretation of what healthy means, we may live with symptoms that we don’t realize are direct results of poor organ function. This is why it is always recommended to take part in the Dherbs Full Body Cleanse to help naturally rid the body of toxins by cleansing the body’s organs and systems.
To find out whether or not your insides are healthy, take the metal spoon and scrape the back of your tongue to collect a decent amount of saliva. Carefully remove the spoon, place it in a plastic bag, and put the bag under a light (the stronger the better) for one minute. After the minute is over, take a look at the spoon. If the spoon is clean, consider yourself a healthy individual. Now smell the spoon. If you only smell saliva then you are good to go, but keep reading if it doesn’t.
After removing the spoon from the light, take note of the colors:
· Orange may indicate kidney problems.
· Purple may mean you have high cholesterol, poor circulation, or bronchitis.
· White indicates a probable respiratory infection.
· Thick yellow or white may mean that you have a thyroid problem or mouth issue.
Remember how we said to smell the spoon as well? A foul odor may just mean that you have bad breath, but it could also indicate one of the following:
· Sweet smell may mean that you have high blood sugar or diabetes.
· An ammonia smell could indicate a problem with your kidneys
· Other smells could be linked to poor gastrointestinal health or lung problems.
Know this: the tongue is a very informative source when it comes to your health. Sure, a metal spoon may not be as concrete as a blood test, but this little trick can give you an insight to the health of your internal organs. Seeing these results, however, may make you think whether or not you’ve been experiencing discomfort or health symptoms associated with certain organs.