Do you want to feel fresher, eat healthier and maybe even improve your mental health? If so, then you are in the right place!
ANCIENT AYURVEDA TRADITION
According to the Chakra Samhita, an ancient Ayurvedic medical text, cleansing the tongue can have multiple physical and mental health benefits. Ayurvedic practitioners value oral health so much that they are known to examine the mouth first when assessing the health of the whole body.
Ayurveda is considered to be one of the oldest healing sciences, dating back to India 5,000 years ago. Often referred to as the "Mother of All Cures" or the "Science of Life", Ayurveda is the inspiration behind Homeopathy that is now popular around the world. His practices come from a focus on balance, prevention and mind / body connection. According to Ayurveda, our balance can be lost due to physical and emotional stressors, such as dietary choices, seasons and relationships.
Western medicine also emphasizes the importance of balance for oral health, recognizing that it can easily be upset by hot drinks and let’s face it, who doesn’t need coffee in the morning? There is a fine balance of over 600 microbes in the mouth at a time, some of which are essential for maintaining our oral health. However, when the oral balance is lost, harmful germs can dominate, which can lead to "furry tongue" and bad breath.
THE BENEFITS OF SCRUB LANGUAGE
- Improves the sensitivity of the receptors and the communication of flavors in the mind
- You try better spices and enjoy your food even more
- You may need less salt and sugar in your food and thus lead to a healthier diet.
- Improves mood as chemicals released from foods such as dark chocolate are applied faster
- Balances germs in the mouth
- Prevents diseases and infections
- No bad breath (and maybe more friends!)
- Restoration of physical balance
- Promotes self-care and love for yourself
- According to Ayurveda, tongue scrapers should traditionally be made of gold, silver, brass or copper and, more commonly in modern medicine, stainless steel. We hope you enjoy the benefits of scratching your tongue if you decide to try it, remember to eat chocolate too!