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How Using a Tongue Cleaner Fits with the Ayurveda Healing System

Keeping your mouth clean is important, if you want to avoid bad breath and issues such as gum disease and tooth decay. Using a tongue cleaner should form part of any oral hygiene routine. This is because using a toothbrush to clean the tongue is not as effective in removing debris and bacteria as using a tongue cleaner is.

Another aspect of using a tongue cleaner that you may not be aware of is that it fits with the Ayurveda healing system. The aim of this article is to show you why this is the case. Let's start by taking a look at what the Ayurveda healing system is.

 

What is the Ayurveda healing system?

The system of using Ayurvedic medicine, or Ayurveda, began more than 3000 years ago in India. People who make use of this system of healing believe that the health of the body depends on the balance between the mind, body and spirit. This healing system is not so much about curing illnesses as it is about promoting a healthy body and preventing illness from occurring in the first place.

The aim of Ayurveda is to ensure that the mind, body and spirit of the individual are in harmony with the rest of the universe. Practitioners believe that when this happens the body remains healthy. There are several things which can affect this balance including;

 

  • Genetic issues.
  • Injury to the body.
  • Changes in the season.
  • Emotional condition.
  • Age of the individual.

 

These factors are often taken into account when a person is treated using the Ayurveda healing system.

 

How the Ayurveda healing system works

The basic belief of anyone who practices Ayurveda is that each person consists of the five different basic elements; space, air, fire, water and earth. In the human body these elements combine in the form of life energies which are known as doshas. The three life energies are the Vata dosha, the Pitta dosha and the Kapha dosha.

The belief is that each person has all three doshas within them but that one is always strongest. Each dosha has responsibility for controlling part of the way the body functions. This means that if the doshas are out of balance the body may not function as well as it should. Let's take a look at the three doshas in more detail.

Vata dosha

It's believed by practitioners, and those who are treated using the Ayurveda system, that this is the most powerful of all the doshas. It's easy to see why when you consider that this dosha is said to control areas of body functions including:

 

  • The division of cells
  • The process of breathing.
  • The flow of blood through the body
  • The functioning of the heart.
  • The ability of the body to get rid of waste.

 

If this dosha is the dominant life force in your body, it's said that you are more likely to suffer from conditions such as asthma, anxiety, heart disease and skin problems.

 

Pitta dosha

It's said that this dosha controls the way you digest and metabolize the foods that you eat. It's said that eating foods which contain too much spice can disrupt this dosha. It's also said that staying in the sun for long periods of time can put this dosha out of balance. 

If the pitta dosha is the dominant life force in your body it's said that you are more likely to suffer from illnesses such as heart disease, high blood pressure and regular infections.

 

Kapha dosha

This dosha is said to be behind the growth of muscle in your body which means that it controls body strength. It is also said to control the weight of the body and its level of immunity. Practitioners believe that sleeping during daylight hours, eating foods which are sweet, or eating too much salt can disrupt this dosha. 

If this is the main life energy in your body practitioners believe that you may be more likely to suffer from conditions such as asthma, cancer, diabetes and obesity.

 

Using a tongue cleaner and Ayurveda

Now that we have taken a look at how Ayurveda works, let's look more closely at why using a tongue cleaner can help.

The aim of treating people using the Ayurveda system is to remove undigested food that is present in the body. This is because it's believed that this undigested food can lead to illnesses. The system of cleansing the body is called panchakarma. There are various methods used as part of the system including the purification of blood, massage, the use of oils, enemas and laxatives.

Given that the aim of this treatment is to rid the body of undigested food, it makes sense that clearing the tongue of debris and getting rid of it before it enters the digestive system is a good idea. While using a tongue cleaner does not complete the Ayurveda healing system on its own, it can be a very useful part of the process.

Take a look at the eco-friendly tongue cleaners provided by Wowe Lifestyle. Whether you practice Ayurveda healing or not, this type of tongue cleaner should play an important role in your daily oral hygiene routine.

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