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Mouth­washes mostly con­tain al­co­hol which is re­spon­si­ble for killing germs in­stantly in the oral cav­ity (Lis­ter­ine gets man booked, Feb. 8). Gar­gling with mouth­wash and breath anal­y­sis for al­co­hol within half an hour could be pos­i­tive but mouth al­co­hol does not lead to in­tox­i­ca­tion. Inges­tion while gar­gling is pos­si­ble but dan­ger­ous. Shafat Ahmed Khan


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