What is Lemonade and salt gargling?

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Gargling is the act in which one blows bubbles in liquid while keeping their head in a tilted back position. Gargling is a common method of cleansing the throat, often with warm water or salt water. In this case, lemonade (a mixture of lemons or lemon juice in water) and salt water are gargled.

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