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Note that freebase or 'crack' cocaine does not have any taste to it, nor does it have anesthetic properties.
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How much of this stuff is just novelty anesthetic?
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anesthetic (adjective)

  • Reducing pain sensitivity.
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anesthetic (noun)

  • A substance administered to reduce the perception of pain or to induce numbness. An anesthetic may or may not render the recipient unconscious, depending upon the type used.
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Anesthetic

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  • Anesthetic-A substance that causes lack of feeling or awareness
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it sprinkles in little "educational video" like skits where a guy talks about the human anatomy and lends me to feel like the album's supposed to sound like the mind wandering while on a hospital bed under anesthetic sleep.
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Common cuts include acetaminophen, vitamins, and with better blow, lidocaine or other local anesthetics.
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Posting just to say I had all 4 of my wisdom teeth pulled with local anesthetic for $600 without insurance
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-caine alkaloids is a common ending for alkaloids used as anesthetics.
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I refused local anesthetic for incision of a pilonidal cyst.
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Quick edit: That said, since some humans in some places have been known to get pilonidal cysts while not being themselves good surgery candidates (known anesthetic drug sensitivity, immune conditions, some other stuff like that) so surely there is precedent out there for someone developing a management plan that did not involve surgery ... but it's probably very uncommon, and probably not something a doctor will work with you on unless you have a medical reason to refuse surgical treatment.
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I'd like to be put down at a time of my own choosing by an overdose of general anesthetic.
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I've been under anesthetics before, and I can confirm that being that delirious is very much possible.
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They then only need to give you enough of a general anesthetic to knock you out, so far fewer side effects afterward (ie, nausea, headache, confusion).
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"They did it while I was on the operating table," he says with a trace of bitterness, the implication being that the only way to make him inactive is to do it while he is under the influence of a general anesthetic.
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They just happen to put in a little blurb there about how Joseph refused liquor (to be used as anesthetic).
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You're taking a DISSOCIATIVE anesthetic hallucinogen.
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"The actual surgery is quite straightforward but administering the anesthetic is quite complicated."
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"Mentally incapacitated" means that a person under the influence of alcohol, a narcotic, anesthetic, or any other substance, administered to that person without the person's agreement, lacks the judgment to give a reasoned consent to sexual contact or sexual penetration.
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I have a slow reaction to anesthetic, I have to have a double dose.
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I too, am redheaded, and require more anesthetic.
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It seems some redheads need more anesthetic, and some are more sensitive to cold, and I wonder if the two groups tend to be the same...
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I have EDS, too, and it causes a lot of resistance to local anesthetics for me.
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When I get a vasectomy, I'm going to have to be put under because there is not enough local anesthetic in the world to help with that.
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Nothing was happening because of the injection of anesthetics but that didn't really help me stop worrying something would.
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It doesn't even cover general anesthetics, and the wait time to see a doctor is obsceen.
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I think that's local anesthetic or something.
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And also local anesthetics, if that is considered pain meds :P
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Local anesthetics (if administered properly) can work at the specific site of injury.
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Details like anesthetic escape their notice or memory.)
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Also; I think you might want to review the history of anesthetic use.
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Cocaine is used as an anesthetic as well as a strong stimulant.
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Cocaine has virtually no taste, so I often tasted it to see if I could recognize any other tastes that I am familiar with, ie caffeine pills, local anesthetics, sugar, baking soda, etc.
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TL;DR - You taste coke to feel the anesthetic effect as well as the taste.
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Common cutting agents for cocaine include lidocaine and benzocaine, both of which are also topical anesthetics.
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You can do this with any local anesthetic.
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General anesthetics have a known set of risks (including death), the statistics for which are known (1:3,000 for tooth damage, 30:100 for sore throat, etc), which are NOT increased just because your family had that problem in the past.
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At least ask for some sedation/local anesthetic next time.
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They are looking for the anesthetic "freeze".
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The anesthetic answer is correct.
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It numbs the gums (gingiva) and was the first Dental anesthetic.
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Cocaine, on the other hand, has a long-standing history of use as a topical anesthetic, especially in the mouth, where it's been shown to be fairly safe with enough controls and really quite effective.
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Wouldnt powdered milk, baking soda, confectioners sugar be cheaper than anesthetics ?
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I use the same NSAIDs, opiates and anesthetics that are used on humans.
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This is wrong, it's a topical anesthetic so your blood stream is not involved.
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Cocaine is a power anesthetic, purer it is the stronger the effect.
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That doctor didn't play that, had him restrained, and ~ as he was all over the place and trying to throw stuff at the staff ~ stitched him up without anesthetic.
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He wasn't required to numb his junk as he was already anesthetized from the liquor and additional anesthetic could compromise his heath.
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Unfortunately the commonly used fish anesthetic for science, Tricane, is carsenogenic.
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Short term the vasoconstriction probably prolongs the anesthetic effect by preventing further blood flow (similar to how epi is mixed with lidocaine).
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