Would you like some quick tips on analyzing your own fingernails and tongue?
1. A black thin line vertically on the fingernail indicates internal bleeding. If the line is close to the cuticle, that is possible deep, internal bleeding, such as digestive or intestinal bleeding. If the black line is close to the tip of the nail, it could be more external, such as bleeding hemorrhoids.
2. White spots on the nail could indicate a kidney or hormonal imbalance, in men and women. In men, it could be a prostate issue. In women, it could be excess estrogen or other hormonal imbalance.
3. Red dots on the tongue could mean an estrogen dominance issue. We get estrogen naturally, but also estrogen mimicking compounds can result from environmental toxins, plastics and pesticides in our foods. Estrogen dominance is prevalent in men and women.
4. A wide brown line vertically on the nail is seen in many melanoma patients.
5. A diagonal line on the earlobe could be a sign of heart disease or arterial blockage on that side of the body.
There are many more indicators of bodily ailments that I will post periodically on this blog, along with other health tips and remedies for the above ailments.
Wishing you perfect health and happiness,
Jan has been studying alternative medicine, holistic therapies and supplements for over 15 years. She has been a student of Dr Chi for 8 years and is certified in fingernail and tongue techniques.
These statements have not been evaluated by the FDA and are not intended to diagnose, treat, cure or prevent any disease.