Answer: Gargling is something you do with mouthwash. It is part of the process of rinsing out your mouth. Gargling specifically is the rinsing of the back portion of the mouth, which you do while exhaling to prevent the mouthwash from entering your wind pipe, which produces the characteristic gargling sound.
Answer: it kills the germs but dont use it too much i asked my mom if using mouthwash alot in one day would b bad she said no so i used it alot cuz i got my lip pierced and it made my gums raw and very sensitive! and it did the same to under my tongue
Answer: Mouthwash contains an Active ingredient, such as Chlorhexidine Gluconate or Hexetidine, which are active against Bacteria, Viruses, Spores and Fungi. They can also aid in preventing/treating Gingivitis (gum disease)
Answer: Alcohol, Thymol, Eucalyptol, Menthol, Floride, Enzymes, and Calcium are the usual active ingredients. Sorbitol is also used as a sweetener, which doubles as a bacterial inhibitor, as well as your run-of-the-mill water.