60 Seconds TEST: This Simple Test Will Let You Know If There Is Something Wrong With Your Internal Organs

YES, you got that right! In this article we are going to show you how to use the simple 60-second spoon test, which will help you check your internal organs for any diseases. Take a look at the article below and find out more about this. As we said, this is very simple, but extremely effective test. You just need a spoon and a plastic bag. With this simple method, you can check is everything alright with your respiratory organs, gut hormones, metabolism, kidneys and your teeth.

DIRECTIONS:

First, you should get some “dirt” from the surface of your tongue. Make sure you get from the layers closer to the throat. After that, you need to wrap the spoon in a plastic bag and let it stand for 60 seconds under strong and intense light. The strong and intense light from the bulb helps the bacteria growth. So, if the bulb is stronger, the results will be more visible.

RESULTS:

If you’re healthy person, the deposits will be clean. But, if there are too many deposits, and they have weird colors and strange odor – this can be an early sign of problems with your lungs or airways, liver, kidneys, intestines or hormones. If you get this kind of result from this homemade test, you should consult a doctor immediately, so he can determine what the exact problem is.

NOTE:

If you can sense a fruity fragrance, it may indicate you suffer from metabolic disorder or ketoacidosis, which can cause even diabetes. If you experience an unpleasant odor which will remind you to ammonia, then you probably have problems with your kidneys.

Ladies and gentlemen, you can also use this homemade test to detect whether you have bad breath or not. This is extremely helpful, because many people often are not aware that they have bad breath. Don’t worry – just remain calm and don’t panic, because bad breath doesn’t always have to be an early sign of diseases in the internal organs. In fact, you get bad breath if you have any problems with tonsils or gums, decay or bad teeth.

2017-02-28T00:00:24+00:00