Copper Tongue Scraper
The traditional Tibetan greeting of sticking their tongue out evolved because they understood a person’s health through their tongue. “The tongue doesn’t lie. It reflects one’s health and habits,” explains Ayurvedic doctor Rama Prasad.
Recall the last time you fasted or had the flu and your tongue got a cheesy coating? This is the body eliminating toxins through the tongue, evident through the furry morning tongue. “Periodic purification with a tongue scraper helps to clear digestive toxins,” suggests Rama Prasad. Plague on the tongue is also the major cause for periodontal disease. So scraping your tongue protects your teeth also.
A pure tongue helps to clear ear, nose and throat problems by reducing contributing toxins.
Use the copper tongue scraper every morning before drinking but after brushing and flossing your teeth. Gently scrape the tongue from back to front five times then rinse the mouth well. Obliterate oral thrush connected with Candida by scraping it away.
Q: The colour is fading on my Tongue scraper, is this Ok ?
A: Yes, as we know the copper does oxidise with air over time which forms a coating on it . This is actually a good measure for the purity of the copper.
Q: How often do I need to change the Tongue scraper?
A: It’s advisable to change the Tongue Scraper after every 4 -5 months of regular use.
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