The tongue is an important indicator of health. The tongue can be viewed as a window to what is going on inside your body. Each section of the tongue correlates to different organs in your body.
For example: The tip of your tongue is an indication of heart health, the right side of the tongue signifies gallbladder problems, the left side the liver, and the centre of your tongue relates to your stomach and spleen, bladder, womb, intestines, and kidneys.
A healthy looking tongue should be smooth, supple and slightly moist. The colour should be pale red consisting of a very thin white film.
An unhealthy tongue will have cracks, ravines, thicker coating such as furry thick yellow or white, and may show lies, patches, swellings, patches of darker red, and cuts.
What do the unhealthy tongue indicators point to?
A crack down the middle:
Add vitamin B Complex to your diet (approx 50g per day). Take a digestive enzyme supplement with meals. Eat foods that are high in enzymes. Drink slippery Elm or peppermint teas, including Nettle