Bumps on your Tongue?

Have you noticed bumps on your tongue making it look more like the Rocky Mountains than the pink muscle it normally is? Are there white, red, or pink bumps on your tongue¬† that you don’t want anyone to see? Do these funky bumps hurt when you move your tongue around your mouth?

If so, you need to take care of those tongue bumps before they get out of hand.

Remedies for Bumps on your Tongue

Some websites and discussion boards suggest that you cut off the bumps on your tongue using nail clippers or kill the bumps by gargling with hydrogen peroxide.

These suggestions are dangerous and often do not completely solve the root problem causing bumps on your tongue.

If your bumps, in particular, are caused by fungal growth on your tongue, cutting off the infected bumps will only cause infection and gargling with hydrogen peroxide will kill the bacteria for only a short time. You need to clean your tongue!

How to Clean the Bumps on your Tongue

The Orabrush will help you clean your tongue and prevent future bumps. It is designed to help remove bacteria causing bad breath and fungal growth from the surface of your tongue. And less bacteria means more happy tongues.

Simply place the soft bristled end of the Orabrush against the back of your tongue and pull forward. When you remove the Orabrush you will see white gunk on it. This is the bacteria and residue you need to get rid of to prevent bumps on your tongue.

If you regularly clean your tongue using Orabrush, you will likely see fewer bumps on your tongue in the future.

 

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Ultra-soft, pointed bristles reach deep into the uneven crevices of your tongue and loosen stinky bacteria. These bristles are designed after the surgeon's scrub brush, the same brush they use to clean bacteria from their hands before they cut you open. (Toothbrush bristles, however, are designed for the smooth surfaces of your teeth, not your tongue.) The scraper then collects and removes the bacteria and residue generated from brushing, helping cure bad breath.

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    "[Dr. Bob] knew that toothbrushes, made for hard surfaces, would not work as well on tongues. He had researched ways to clean salmonella off raw chicken and learned it took flexible bristles to pry the bacteria from soft folds. Based on that, he hatched the idea for the Orabrush. It has soft, rubbery bristles for scraping across the tongue, back to front."

    "Orabrush, a tongue cleaner for halitosis said it has become the world?s second-most-subscribed sponsor channel on YouTube. The company says it has garnered record numbers of followers with wacky videos with interactions between spokesman Austin Craig, the public, and a giant tongue named Morgan"

    "Tongue-brushing isn't currently part of most people's personal hygiene routines. But if a Utah startup has its way, the practice could be as common as popping a breath mint."

    "Orabrush makes an inexpensive modern take on the classic tongue-scraper, bristling with rubber fronds that "reach deep into the uneven crevices of your tongue." Alternative uses: muffin tenderizer; cat de-dandruffer; scoring paddle for kinky lawn bowlers. Also, best PR pitch so far this year."

    "In five weeks, Orabrush sold out 10,000 units. The company ordered more inventory and sold out again. More succinctly put: "It exploded,"

    "Orabrush: The Little Brand That Could"

    "Utah startup Orabrush makes a patented tongue scraper, a so-called miracle cure for bad breath."

    "Four out of 100 Canadians have now seen an Orabrush video and 1.5 out of 100 people know about us in the U.S."

    "Provo's Orabrush becomes YouTube 'pop culture,' sales soar."

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