Test of 60 seconds, you only need a teaspoon: Do you have some disease of internal organs?


All you need is a teaspoon and a plastic bag, and in this way you can check if everything is OK with your respiratory system, bowels, hormones, metabolism, kidney or teeth.

All you have to do is to take a bit of the upper layer of the surface of the tongue with the teaspoon. When you perform this, try to take the layers closer to the throat.


After that, wrap the spoon in a plastic bag and allow to stand for 60 seconds under strong lighting. The strong light from the bulb helps the growth of bacteria, so the stronger the bulb is, the result will be more visible.

Results

In healthy humans, deposits will be clean. However, if there are too many, strange colors and odor, it can be an early sign of problems with your lungs or respiratory system, liver, kidneys, bowels or hormones.

If you get this result, it would be the best to visit the doctor and examine what exactly is about.

Also, this test can help detect whether you have bad breath, which people often are not aware of.

If it is about a fruity aroma, it may be indicative of ketoacidosis or a metabolic disorder, which can cause even the development of diabetes. If you experience an unpleasant odor resemble of ammonia, it is possible that you have problems with your kidneys.

However, do not immediately panic – unpleasant breath does not necessarily have to be a sign of diseases of internal organs. In fact, most often it is about problems with tonsils or gums and caries and teeth.

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