You can pay $150 for an online face reading by a chinese expert instead of traveling to China. Lillian Bridges was on the Dr.Oz show. If you want to finally figure what the problem is, she can probably tell you. If you decide to have the face reading, please let us know the results.
"Red spots may indicate Heat Toxins in the Blood or Heat Toxins attacking the Heart.
Red spots can indicate the presence of Damp-Heat in the Xue Level, where the internal organs are accumulating toxins.
Red spots on the Tip (Lung/Heart area) is usually not severe and may present in the beginning stages of illness.
Red spots on the entire tongue may indicate a more severe illness.
Red spots on the sides of the tongue (Liver/Gallbladder area) may also indicate a more severe illness.
Red spots on the back of the tongue (Kidney area) may indicate the advanced stage or chronic nature of an illness."
"Your tongue accurately reflects the state of your digestive system- from rectum to esophagus, including the stomach, small intestines, colon (large intestine), pancreas, spleen, liver and gall bladder. You can diagnosis the whole GI tract and corresponding organ integrity all in one easy view- just stick your tongue out and take a good look at it.
As a whole the tongue reflects the condition of the digestive system and the organs associated with blood, nutrient assimilation, and excretion. You can also see how 'hot' or how 'cold' your internal organs are. Specific sections of the tongue mirror the condition of particular parts of the digestive system and the digestion related internal organs.
A- the tip area reflects the rectum and the descending colon.
B- the peripheral area reflects the large intestine.
C- the middle region corresponds to the small intestine.
D- the back edge region relates to the liver, gallbladder, duodenum, and pancreas.
E- the near back region corresponds to the stomach.
F- the back region ('the root of the tongue') reflects the esophagus.
G- the underside of the tongue reflects the quality of blood and lymph circulation in each corresponding area.
Dark red: indicates inflammation; lesions or ulceration; and sometimes a degeneration of the related organ.
White: indicates stagnation of blood; fat and mucus deposits; or a weakness in the blood leading to such conditions as anemia.
Yellow: indicates a disorder of the liver and gallbladder, resulting in an excess secretion of bile; deposits of animal fats, especially in the middle organs of the body; and possible inflammation.
Blue or Purple: indicates stagnation of blood circulation and a serious weakening of the part of the digestive system that corresponds to the area of the tongue where the color appears.
A normal tongue should have a very thin clear coating that exhibits proper enzymatic content and salivary secretions. When the coat becomes thick, it is frequently a sign of imbalance in the digestive system.
When the coat turns thick and cruddy, it is frequently a sign of decreased immune system with Candida (yeast infection) presentation.
When the coat peels, it is frequently a sign of damage or weakening to a certain systems of the body. When the coat turns yellow, it is frequently a sign of infection or inflammation in the body."