What Is a Brown Tongue a Symptom of?

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A brown tongue is a symptom of coated tongue disease. Coated tongue is due to the blood being charged with toxins, which leads to the tongue's resistance and this allows growth of micro-organisms that brings about the brown coloring of the tongue. Other symptoms of the brown tongue include bad odor and bitter taste.
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