gargle


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a medicated solution used for gargling and rinsing the mouth

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the sound produced while gargling

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utter with gargling or burbling sounds

rinse one's mouth and throat with mouthwash

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Eventually, I came up with a pretty potent and effective throat gargle recipe I would take with me on business trips,” says Juliet A.
The University of Michigan also released a study in 2009 that found a salt-water gargle and saline nasal spray to be "supported with clinical evidence" as a cold and flu preventer.
You can mix coconut milk with honey and massage the ulcer three times a day or just gargle with the milk to get relief.
Sputum or gargle specimens were divided into 2 equal parts: half was decontaminated with N-acetyl-L-cysteine-NaOH and half was decontaminated by using 6% sulfuric acid to compare these decontamination procedures for culture of mycobacteria (9).
They took 124 people over the age of 65 who were living in a nursing home and gave half of them an extract made from tea to gargle with three times a day for three months.
A compound of oregano oil called carvacrol is a powerful antiseptic and so can be used as a gargle to soothe sore throats or mouth inflammations.
In a randomized, controlled trial involving 387 healthy volunteers aged 18-65 years, a URTI occurred in 41% of control subjects, 30% of subjects randomized to gargle with water, and 37% of subjects randomized to gargle with diluted povidone-iodine during a 60-day period.
I recall going for a gargle with Albert when we were both younger men of a certain potential.
Staff will also be supplied with special soap and gargle as part of measures against SARS, which hammered the airline industry earlier this year.
It was not just a show for a lyric coloratura-in this instance, Lyubov Petrova, who can gargle her way up to E above the staff--but one that made great musico-dramatic sense through Martha Keller's stage direction, James Noone's scenic designs and Emmanuel Villaume's precise conducting.
Verdict: The instructions say to gargle 20ml and spit out after 30 seconds.
If your heart flutters for yesteryear's Hollywood goddesses, spritz, gargle, and straighten your dinner jacket for a visit to this shrine to silver-screen glamour.
If your throat is sore, it helps to gargle with warm (not hot) salt water.
The study participants gargle and swallow mouthwash containing the inhibitor, consuming an amount equivalent to that in the typical Japanese diet, says Kennedy.
Although formerly advertised as an antiseptic and gargle, it is now mainly used, because of its hygienic odor, as an after-shave lotion and toilet water.