Tongue Scrapper, for daily oral hygiene
In the Ayurveda, tongue cleaning is a given — a part of one’s daily oral hygiene. During the night, the tongue becomes coated with a film that can contain bacteria and toxins. This often becomes the basis for bad breath, caries and periodontosis.
A healthy tongue, according to ayurvedic medicine, is pink in color and free from coating. If the tongue becomes polluted, it can not only impair one’s sense of taste, it can also increase one’s susceptibility to throat and mouth infections. For this reason, the tongue should be cleaned after brushing one’s teeth (especially in the morning).
You can do this quite simply with the ergonometrically shaped Tongue Scraper, and it only takes a few seconds. However, it has a great effect not only on the mouth area, but also on one’s entire well-being.
And it’s this simple: clean the tongue surface with the Tongue Scraper from back to front two or three times as needed. Make sure that you also clean the back part of the tongue, because according to clinical studies, additional germs collect here that can cause bad breath. Rinse out your mouth with water afterwards and clean and/or sanitise the Tongue Scraper.