Just Use A Mouthwash, Stupid! New British Study Suggests “Oral Rinsing” Effective Against COVID-19 Spread

Expect this new study to be greeted by an angry mob with pitch forks and torches. Results Big Pharma, Bill Gates and social engineering technocrats don’t want to see. 

So picture this: tens of thousands of scientists, doctors and health authorities worldwide spending billions and billions in a frenzied search for new medicines and vaccines – while imposing economy-crippling lock downs – all to combat the COVID 19 virus. Meanwhile, a large part of the solution is likely just sitting right there on the supermarket shelf – to be had for just a few bucks!

Use a mouthwash, stupid!

That may be just the case, believe it or not, according a a recently published study appearing in the British journal FUNCTION titled: “Potential Role of Oral Rinses Targeting the Viral Lipid Envelope in SARS-CoV-2 Infection“.

It may be that simply gargling regularly in fact goes a long way in combating the spread of COVID-19, and letting us do away with the face mask circus we’ve been going through lately.

Promising results

A team of scientists led by Valerie B O’Donnell reviewed known mechanisms of viral lipid membrane disruption by widely available dental mouthwash components that include ethanol, chlorhexidine, cetylpyridinium chloride, hydrogen peroxide, and povidone-iodine and assessed their potential ability to disrupt the SARS-CoV-2 lipid envelope, based on their concentrations.


Figure 1: Breaching the viral envelope. Source: O’Donnell et al 2020.

Direct evidence: “Potential way to reduce transmission”

The preliminary results are promising enough to warrant serious further investigation, the authors say. Moreover, citing already published research on other enveloped viruses, they conclude that several deserve clinical evaluation.

These studies “directly support the idea that oral rinsing should be considered as a potential way to reduce transmission of SARS-CoV-2,” the authors say.

Mixing science and politics

If this turns out to be so, there are going to be lots of “experts” out there looking awfully silly. But so it is so often when social engineering politics get mixed with science.

16 responses to “Just Use A Mouthwash, Stupid! New British Study Suggests “Oral Rinsing” Effective Against COVID-19 Spread”

  1. pochas94

    You do not want germs or viruses in your mouth. They can go anywhere, most especially to your sinuses.

    1. tom0mason

      You can not function correctly as a human without bacteria. More than 700 bacterial species or phylotypes, of which over 50% have not been cultivated, have been detected in the oral cavity.

      See https://www.ncbi.nlm.nih.gov/pmc/articles/PMC1287824/?_ga=2.125414796.760889299.1548283142-1539746658.1537805696

  2. bonbon

    Just imagine visiting La Truffiere, Paris (if it is open), ordering a

    Carré d’agneau, mini ratatouille fumée aux herbes de Provence…

    and a lovely bottle of Gevrey-Chambertin …

    with side portion of Listerine Mouthwash.

    I think you would be shown the door as uncivilized barbarians from the islands.

  3. Stephen Wilde

    Since hydrogen peroxide is known as a non-chlorine bleach it seems that Trump was not far out if this is true.

    1. Yonason

      On my bottle of 3% H2O2 is written “…oral debriding agent … for use as gargle or rinse.”

      On the back it recommends diluting with and equal amount of water.

      Using a dilute solution of H2O2 as a mouth wash goes back decades. It’s perfectly safe IF done correctly.

      (Since it requires an average intelligence to do it correctly, Democrats and Journalists probably shouldn’t try this on their own.)

  4. Grietver

    Gargling with chloride and hydrogen peroxide sounds too much like drinking bleach. We won’t be hearing from this again.

  5. Justin O'Sullivan

    They might have written an article on it we produce the product before the article was published! unfortunately as it is an unlicensed medication in the UK. I cant divulge product name. We think every dentist should be using it for their patient’s. Not for the good of the patient but so that the Dentist, the ENT surgeon the nurse the Healthcare assist etc dont contract the virus.

  6. Soxanne

    I use hydrogen peroxide from my local chemist at 9%, if I feel I have something developing in my throat, then one gargle with that and it’s gone. The three strengths are 3%, 6% and 9%. At boots they only sell 3% and 6%.

  7. RickWill

    I have found gargling straight Scotch as an effective way of numbing throat infection. Ingesting the Scotch helps all the way down and gives a warm afterglow!

    Brandy probably works as well but I prefer Scotch.

    1. Yonason

      I’m partial to bourbon or rye, myself. At 90-100 proof they are equal to the task. 🙂

    2. tom0mason


      Amongst the best pharmaceutical grade whiskey is Kingsbarns Spirit Drink
      Scotch Malt Spirit Drink
      Distillery Bottling 63.5% alcohol.

      Probably the worlds finest mouthwash.

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  9. Chris

    I wonder if we could reopen the bars if we make all patrons take a shot of whiskey upon entering?

  10. drumphish

    Wash your hands, too, effectively the same as using mouthwash.

    How doctors learned to wash their hands.

  11. John F. Hultquist

    Wine seems to improve life in many ways.
    Not news.

  12. M E

    You may enjoy MedCram .com. This time there are pictures of lungs from unfortunate people who died. Blood clots in veins in hearts and kidneys,too. Dr Seheult will take you through the types of blood clots. You can ask him about gargling,he is an instructor after all.
    It is Free! Take care out there. Disinformation is rife on the internet.

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