Ways to make a mouthwash to help relieve sore throat

5 ways to make a mouthwash to help relieve sore throat

People with sore throat should rinse their mouth at least twice daily when symptoms persist.

If there is pus in the throat, it is very likely that the throat has a bacterial infection and in this case it is advisable to consult a doctor to assess whether antibiotics are needed.

Gargle with warm water with salt, vinegar, baking soda, chamomile… ease of preparation at home, can relieve the symptoms of sore throat.

Sore throat is usually caused by a viral or bacterial infection, which stimulates the immune system, causing swelling and redness.

Gargle has a bactericidal, antibacterial and disinfecting effect, removing microorganisms that can aggravate inflammation.

Rinsing relieves sore throat through the osmotic process.

Substances penetrating into the throat push the fluid, excess blood out of the tissues, reducing swelling and pain.

Here are 5 ways to make a mouthwash at home that can improve sore throat symptoms according to TuaSaúDe (Spain).