(© 8 August 2011: Dr.V.M.Palaniappan, Ph.D.)
When a person’s body accumulates mineral excesses, such as too much of calcium, our body tries to throw out along with other metabolic wastes.
These little discharges (that could be slimy, sticky, or watery) ooze out while we are asleep, through the night, and spread around sweat pores all over the body, eyes corners, ears, nostrils, naval, anus, penis prepuce, vagina, and the tongue.
The deposit that forms a thick white layer on the tongue surface is called the plaque.
If these discharges occur to a noticeable extent, then, it may mean that they are going to negatively influence the sex potentials of a person.
Scraping the tongue soon after waking up in the morning, using a ‘Tongue Cleaner’, would remove abundant white plaque.
Thus, gently rubbing the naval with a fingertip would bring out the waxy smegma secretion, and that would emit a strong smell when taken near to the nose.
These are tests one could do to assess the extent to which he/she is vulnerable to a reduction in the sex potentials.
Too much of even good minerals such as calcium can produce undesirable excretory substances that may interfere with the sex potentials and performances.
REF: Palaniappan, V.M. 2007. Human Diseases: How and Why do They Occur, and How to Prevent / Cure Them. Neo Health Care. 336pp, ISBN 978-967-9988-12-3.