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    another good supplemental posting to this uber important med topic >>>>>


    https://survivalblog.com/making-lido...injection-r-j/

    Closing Disclaimer: This article provides the directions for making injectable lidocaine in a true TEOTWAWKI situation, wherein there is no hospital. There is no hope for one. You are only making this injectable lidocaine under the direct supervision of a licensed physician who will then use it to treat a patient. Everything about making injectable lidocaine should only be done by a licensed physician or pharmacist or under their direction and supervision.

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    I have a nice little book that is only on electronic. Chemical Wizardry and it does go through many details of how to make certain things and make them sterile. You do have to have a minimal chemistry background to grasp or you in for a lot of studying. You can find this in some of the darker regions of the net.

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    There are many natural native plants with numbing qualities.

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    Wild lettuce (latuca verola), AKA opium lettuce. It5s worth studying, but to be brief it has nearly the same pain deadening qualities as opium, but without the side effects. It is not addictive. Prickly lettuce, a relative (latuca seriola) (my spellings of the scientific name might be a little off) has pain numbing qualities also, but the former is more potent. It's use dates back as far as the ancient Egyptians. From what I've read about it, it is very effective. As hiwall points out, there are many native wild plants that have excellent medicinal properties. Take for instance Oregano, yeah...the herb you season your spaghetti sauce with...how many know it is one of the most powerful antibiotics on the planet? And there are others that give relief from different maladies. Such as peppermint for upset stomach, Rosemary, cinnamon, even the lowly dandelion. I was doing some research on cancer cures and treatments and came across an article that said in lab study in Canada, dandelion root tea was found to kill just about every kind of cancer cell known.
    God gave us many things that, in the arrogance of our modern day "wisdom and intelligence" we have forgotten about, or big pharma doesn't want us to know about. It takes some study about their uses in ancient times as to what they are effective against, but in GOOD wisdom, it would be most wise for us to start relearning. And, no, I'm not a Shaman or Witch Doctor. Just do a lot of reading and research. Learning about wild edible and medicinal plants has been a very keen obsession of mine for about the last forty or so years.
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    https://prepschooldaily.blogspot.com/


    How To Make Injectable Lidocaine


    Just to reiterate the disclaimer, this is a post on supplies and knowledge you want to have before you need it. Everything about making injectable lidocaine should only be done by a licensed physician or pharmacist or under their direction and supervision.


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    Great info on this thread. I still think listening to the Demo debates was the most numbing experience I ever had.
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    Litocane sounds like one of those made for tv fat burner drugs...lol
    I lost 30 lbs in 3 months using litocane plus.
    Good info btw

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    Suture Basics For The Off-Grid Medic: Needles

    Although the decision to close a wound should never be automatic, simple skin lacerations can often be cleaned and closed successfully by the off-grid medic. Sutures are just one of a number of ways to accomplish this goal and allow acceleration of the healing process. Today, we’ll discuss the qualities of suture needles.

    (Note: This article is for educational purposes only. If the medical system in your area is intact, seek it out to treat lacerations or other medical issues!)


    https://www.doomandbloom.net/suture-...medic-needles/

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    Some Suture Basics For The Off-Grid Medic

    Skin represents the armor that protects the body from invasion by debris and microbes. A breach in that armor increases the chance of infection that may spread throughout (called “sepsis”) and become life-threatening.

    As such, there are circumstances where a break in the skin should be closed with materials known as sutures. The decision to close skin should not be automatic and depends on many factors (discussed in previous articles on this site). Once that decision is made, however, the correct choice of suture material impacts the strength and effectiveness of the healing process.



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