We make our world significant by the courage of our questions and by the depth of our answers. Biology Does drinking a shot of hard liquor kill the bacteria in a person’s mouth? Does drinking a shot of hard liquor kill the bacteria in a person’s mouth? If so, what proof is the minimum required for significant antibacterial properties? Some amount of alcohol will likely kill some of the microbes, but just knocking back a shot probably isn’t going to get the ones hiding in your teeth, under your tongue etc. If you spend some time swishing it around, then certainly – that’s one of the ways things like listerine work though they have other antiseptics in addition to alcohol. One thing to consider when thinking about this is how long bugs like yeast can tolerate fermentation – one of the reasons that you need to distill spirits to get beverages above a certain concentration of alcohol is because the yeast can’t tolerate it. Also important to keep in mind that these bacterial communities exist in biofilms which can be a lot more resistant to alcohol.
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