Listerine gargle every day helps to slow spread of gonorrhoea.
Researchers at Melbourne clinic conduct clinical trial and say mouthwash a cheap and effective control measure Daily rinsing and gargling with a commercial brand of mouthwash could help control the spread of gonorrhoea, a study has found.
Researchers at a Melbourne clinic had noted more cases of gonorrhoea among men who had sex with men and sought to establish whether Listerine had an “inhibitory effect” against the bacteria that causes the infection.
Gargling with Listerine every day is a cheap and easy way to help control the spread of gonorrhoea, researchers find.
They conducted a clinical trial involving 196 gay or bisexual men who had previously tested positive for gonorrhoea in their mouths and throat and were returning for treatment.