Does Sodium Chloride Kill Bacteria?

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Sodium Chloride does kill bacteria. When applied to bacteria, sodium chloride dehydrates the bacterial cell and causes it to die.
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the hypochlorite ion, ClO- is a very good oxidizing agent. And when bacteria is exposed to ClO- the ion oxidizes the outer cell membrane of the bacteria which in turn destoys the
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Not Medical Advice: Salt given in large doses at once can cause serious problems to other organs in your body including your brain and kidneys.
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(-----------------------------) that much!
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