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ConSigCor
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Here is something that might be very useful during 'interesting' times.

How to make injectable Lidocaine HCL

Buy Lidocaine powder here: https://lidocainepowder.3dcartstores.com/

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Thank you, sir!

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Anyone know what the storage life of that powder is?

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Check with the company that sells the powder. I'm sure they'd have storage recommendations.

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Will do. When they answer I'll relay it here.

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Flight Er Doc may not approve but this is worth consideration if no other alternatives are available.

Similar to Morphine: The Best Natural Painkiller that Grows in Your Backyard

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From injury to disease, pain is a very common ailment or symptom that can take down the toughest of the tough. It’s so prevalent that we are seeing a major epidemic with opiate dependency. Unfortunately, with so many needing to find relief, it’s leading to a large portion of our population becoming dependent on a chemical bandage, often just masking the problem, rather than fixing the cause.

Unfortunately, it’s getting so widespread that the medical field view many of those in real need as “seekers”. So, instead of getting relief from tangible pain, people are being turned away. As a result, they are finding it illegally, and pain clinics and rehabs are popping up all over, trying to combat the addiction.

Wild Lettuce as a Healthy Alternative

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Lactuca Virosa is the scientific term for it, and many people have used it in place of addictive prescription pain medicine. It’s a leafy and tall plant, with small yellow buds, and could be grown right out your door. More commonly found in North America and England, it’s a cousin to the lettuce we typically see at the grocery store. It’s also referred to as bitter lettuce, or more appropriately for the purpose discussed here, opium lettuce.

The reason it’s referred to as opium lettuce, is due to the pain relieving and sedative effects that it has been known to produce through a white substance found in the stem and leaves.

This milky substance is called lactucarium. And, while it doesn’t contain any opiates, it has similar side effects when used – it acts directly on the central nervous system (CNS) to lessen the feeling of pain, just like morphine. lettuce-opium-sticky-extract-of-wild-lettuce

Even though it seems to be the best kept secret, it has a history of being used as an alternative to pain relief.
Historical Use

Back in the 19th century, wild lettuce was already being used by some as a substitute to opium. But, it was in the 70’s that it started to gain significant popularity by those wanting a more natural remedy. Individuals were starting to use it for both pain relief, as well as recreational purpose.

In the earlier days, people using wild lettuce prepared it a couple different ways. One way was to cook the plant in a pan of water and sugar mix, until it reduced to a thick syrup-like consistency. While this was an effective form, it was quite bitter even with the sugar added. The most common form however, was drying the stem and leaves to use as an herbal tea.

The tea remains popular today. But, it’s also being dried for smoking, or vaporizing. If you don’t care to grow it yourself, it can also be purchased as a dried herb, extract, or resin substance.

Related: Lost Remedies from Our Forefathers
Other Benefits

Here are the more popular reasons people are gravitating towards this natural pain killer and medicinal plant:

Migraines – People who use it for this purpose claim that they experience fewer migraines than they did prior to starting the herb.

Insomnia – A frequent use of wild lettuce is by people who have trouble sleeping. It produces a relaxed and euphoric feeling, helping a person fall asleep easier, without the addictive qualities of commonly prescribed sleeping aids.

Anxiety – Wild lettuce can act as a mild sedative, allowing people with anxiety to find a reprieve from the stress it causes.

Asthma and Cough – Wild lettuce has antitussive properties, which alleviates or suppresses a cough. Also, asthmatic patients who have used opiates notice more episodes if they go through opiate withdrawal. So, the use of wild lettuce instead of prescription opiates, could be a better option for them.

In addition to the above benefits, wild lettuce produces a euphoric state, similar to opiates, even though it does not contain any actual opiate… so it’s perfectly legal.


Jacki Andre

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Russian medicines for pain relief use a lot of natural substances. I know a Russian woman who lost her job due to taking an herbal tea commonly available in Russia. Her job popped her on a controlled substance test. Russian controlled substance laws are not as stringent as they are in the US. Most US cities have a European Deli in them that sell medicines from other countries. May be worth trying to ask them what they recommend for pain or nerves.

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