Making Your Own Lidocaine?

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Ethan Jones

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Nov 23, 1999, 3:00:00 AM11/23/99
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My dentist mentioned the other day that he used to
make lidocaine(sp) when he was in dental school.
Does anyone know the details involved in this and
what chemicals and equipment might be needed. And
maybe suggest a good book on organic chemistry.


ALogan3

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Nov 23, 1999, 3:00:00 AM11/23/99
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Geez, just buy oragel or lanacaine. It is the same stuff. apply then cover
with plastic wrap for 20 min to an hour and you are NUMB!!

Progun308

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Nov 23, 1999, 3:00:00 AM11/23/99
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>My dentist mentioned the other day that he used to
>make lidocaine(sp) when he was in dental school.
>Does anyone know the details involved in this and
>what chemicals and equipment might be needed

Why didn't you just ask your dentist?
He can also tell you if lidocane is a controlled substance. Why take the
chance of having DEA or your local narc's storming into your house and being
arrested for illegal drug manufacturing.
James
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Ben &

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Nov 23, 1999, 3:00:00 AM11/23/99
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Right. Better to play it safe and ask your dentist before
manufacturing it..


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Old Guy

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Nov 23, 1999, 3:00:00 AM11/23/99
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Ben Dir & Don Datt wrote:
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> Right. Better to play it safe and ask your dentist before
> manufacturing it..

Well, if you ask a lawyer you'll have to pay a legal consultation fee.
Same way with asking doctors medical questions, etc. I always get my
advice on various subjects from my bartender -- it saves alot of time
running around, ... especially since I'm usually there anyway.

Just kidding ;-)

Old Guy

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MindYurOwn

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Nov 23, 1999, 3:00:00 AM11/23/99
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>Subject: Re: Making Your Own Lidocaine?
>From: alo...@aol.com (ALogan3)
>Date: Tue, 23 November 1999 07:24 AM EST

I believe you can buy up to 4% lidocaine legally OTC.You wouldn't really need
much more than that would you?myo

David Moffitt

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Nov 23, 1999, 3:00:00 AM11/23/99
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"Ethan Jones" <exe...@gte.net> wrote in message
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> My dentist mentioned the other day that he used to
> make lidocaine(sp) when he was in dental school.
> Does anyone know the details involved in this and
> what chemicals and equipment might be needed. And
> maybe suggest a good book on organic chemistry.
>
%%% Hummm. There was a highschool chemestry teacher that posted how you
could make homemade insulin, maybe he knows how to make homemade lidocaine!



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David Moffitt

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"MindYurOwn" <mindy...@aol.com> wrote in message
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%%% This call for a burning question: WHY? Why do you want to make
lidocaine?

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The Gunrunner

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Nov 25, 1999, 3:00:00 AM11/25/99
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David Moffitt wrote:>
> > My dentist mentioned the other day that he used to
> > make lidocaine(sp) when he was in dental school.
> > Does anyone know the details involved in this and
> > what chemicals and equipment might be needed.
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It's neither controlled or cared about by the American Moron Association
(AMA). It numbs the skin, the gums and most mucus membranes.

But, then again, so does Southern Comfort.

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Cal & Tina Baize

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Dec 8, 1999, 3:00:00 AM12/8/99
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As a physician I only use 1 & 2%. Maybe 4% but you don't need it and none
of the injectables are OTC. Can have life threatening hypersensitivity
especially if injected into circulation. Aspirate first!

Cal D. Baize

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