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  • So, i was on my facebook and deep survival showed up with the above dental anesthetic kit. Its pretty nice for 75 dollars, pre shipping and stuff. Thought i would share the link for people who want to negate some of the pain that slicing and injecting comes with
  • did anybody ever buy this to see if its legit?

  • holy cow. never seen this sort of thing before... i'm amazed.. and i reallllllly want their 200 buck emergency kit with pullers.. and the anaesthetic kit is amazing!

  • @Erischilde said:
    holy cow. never seen this sort of thing before... i'm amazed.. and i reallllllly want their 200 buck emergency kit with pullers.. and the anaesthetic kit is amazing!

    You did read the link above didn't you? It sounds like a scam website.

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  • oh i'm not buying. i just want it all lol

  • Should I take the risk and buy something cheap with what's left on a visa gift card and see if it comes in?
  • Does anyone have a source on a non-scam pain management kit? Looks like DT and Cyberise are both sold out, and I'm not aware of any other kit suppliers.

  • I dug around a bit and this is where I would buy from http://shop.bme.com/product/xylo_reg/ this seems the most legit

  • Yo heck has anyone bought from there?! That's great
  • Out of stock at the moment, they say they restock weekly, I'll place an order when I can and find out.

  • On a side note, lidocaine is awesome in that it can hold up to autoclaving. Yes, you can sterilize it. I point this out because that's a multiuse vial. So always use a blunt draw needle to pull from it. Alcohol the top each time. Never ever use a used syringe to draw from it even if you change out the needle. And if you're absolutely totally set on saving the remainder to use on a friend, you can use a pressure cooker to sterilize it.
    I'm pointing this out because multi use vials are totally a source of blood borne pathogens. A stupid magnet isn't worth hepatitis c. Be very careful grinders.
  • Maybe https://cyberise.me/24-local-anesthetic.html will restock after they get a new magnet on the market

    @Cassox said:
    On a side note, lidocaine is awesome in that it can hold up to autoclaving. Yes, you can sterilize it. I point this out because that's a multiuse vial. So always use a blunt draw needle to pull from it. Alcohol the top each time. Never ever use a used syringe to draw from it even if you change out the needle. And if you're absolutely totally set on saving the remainder to use on a friend, you can use a pressure cooker to sterilize it.
    I'm pointing this out because multi use vials are totally a source of blood borne pathogens. A stupid magnet isn't worth hepatitis c. Be very careful grinders.

    Always using a new syringe and sharp, even a blunt draw needle; is this still a hazard?

  • Not if you do it right consistently.
  • Found a few sources that ship to the USA, http://rupharma.com/ seems to have the best reviews, also mentioned in post https://forum.biohack.me/index.php?p=/discussion/2158/lidocaine#latest
    I've no luck finding a Canadian source though, if anyone buys extra ampules and is willing to sell, I'd be interested in buying relabeled lido that can get over the border.
    I've still no response from http://shop.bme.com/product/xylo_reg/ regarding whether or not they are going to restock.

  • Verified lidocaine source that successfully ships to Canada: https://lidocaineforless.com/
    They sell powdered lidocaine HCL that is soluble in water. Process on how to make injectable form check guide here: https://modernsurvivalonline.com/guest-post-how-to-make-injectable-lidocaine-hcl/
    For 2% single use vials:
    -weigh out 0.3 grams (300mg) of lido HCL
    -add to single use 15 ml vial of sterile saline
    -seal/clamp opening
    -submerge vial in hot water at 80C, 176F, do not submerge the opened/clamped area
    -wait 2-3 min, ensure the lido HCL crystals have melted and dissolved, not just dissolved
    -any particulates remaining= bad batch, discard
    -due to method of packaging, photo below, autoclave before use (I assume you can replace the hot water stage to melt the lido HCL with autoclave to combine steps)

    Wait until someone with more medical knowledge reviews this and take their advice, I'll edit this post as needed to include said advice

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