a. Background of the Study
As an effective mouthwash is one that does not only make the breath fresh but also serves as an antiseptic. It should not simply mask the effective mouth odor caused by excessive activity of anaerobic bacteria inhabiting the mouth. There is a need to prevent the increase in the population.
b. Statement of the Problem
A mouthwash is a solution in addition to regular oral hygiene methods such as brushing and flossing. Alternative mouth gargles can be prepared from locally available plants such as herbs and fruit bearing ones. Certain plant parts may have active ingredients that have antimicrobial activity. An example is the peppermint that contains essential oils found to be efficient in neutralizing mouth conditions and in freshening breath.
The Researchers believe that using salt and water for solar bottle bulb will be effective it is very cheap and affordable who will use it compared to solar bottle bulb that uses chlorine and water will be more expensive. The researchers are pushing forward to have a successful experiment and better quality for the people who will use.
d. Significance of the Study
In this study the people will benefit because they can use it in the prevention of dental diseases and maintenance of the oral health and it can be used for preventing gums and oral infections.
This study aims about how much light does the Water and Salt will do and how will this lighten up the house.
f. Scope and Limitations
This study only tested the feasibility of using decoction prepared from kaymito leaves as mouthwash.
g. Definition of Terms
Decoction is a method of extraction by boiling of dissolved chemicals from herbal or plant material, which may include stems, roots, bark and rhizomes. Decoction involves first mashing and then boiling in water to extract oils, volatile organic compounds and other chemical substances. Decoction can be used to make herbal teas, teas, coffees, tinctures and similar solutions. Decoctions and infusions may produce liquids with differing chemical properties as the temperature/preparation difference may result in more oil-soluble chemicals in decoctions versus infusions. The process can also be applied to meats and vegetables to prepare bouillon or stock.
Review of Related Literature
According to BBC news, Alfredo Moser’s invention is lighting up the world. In 2002, the Brazilian mechanic had a light-bulb moment and came up with a way of illuminating his house during the day without electricity – using nothing more than plastic bottles filled with water and a tiny bit of bleach. It is due to the bleach that refracts the light that changes the speed. While in a research study of Chlorine, source from chlorine has been shown to be an effective agent against waterborne bacteria and viruses. Chlorine provides residual protection, and is easier and cheaper to use than other disinfection technologies.
In research study of table salt, source from wikipedia.org Salt water chlorination is a process that uses dissolved salt (2,500–6,000 ppm) as a store for the chlorination system. The chlorine generator (also known as salt cell, salt generator, salt chlorinator) uses electrolysis in the presence of dissolved salt (NaCl) to produce hypochlorous acid (HCIO) and sodium hypochlorite (NaClO), which are the sanitizing agents already commonly used in swimming pools. As such, a saltwater pool is not actually chlorine-free; it simply utilizes a chlorine generator instead of direct addition of chlorine.