Akabutu’s Mouthwash

As part of my resolve to reinvigorate this blog, I’ve been probing the access logs to find out who has been reading the material while it (the blog) has remained static. It doesn’t actually tell me the ‘who’ part, but does give me an indication of the geographic origin of the connection, and the search term used to find the blog. For instance, I can tell you that someone in Singapore was studying the forearm flap photos on Jan. 10, 2010, and that someone in Belgium was having a look at my comments on the effects of Cisplatin on tinnitus. The number one search term that is pointing people to these pages is “Akabutu’s Mouthwash”. That wondrous concoction has developed an international reputation. I ran my own search against the term in Google and was fascinated to see how many listings there are, and in what context. The common thread, however, seems to be chemotherapy.

I really wish that I could post the recipe here, but I truly don’t know it… if you follow the other Akakutu links in the blog you’ll find hints as to what may be in it.

In the meantime, have your oncologist/doctor/dentist contact the Cross Cancer Institute in Edmonton, AB, Canada to get the recipe… I’m pretty sure that they’ll share.

3 thoughts on “Akabutu’s Mouthwash

  1. I found this blog while searching for the Akabutu formula for a family member.

    After further searching on the net I found this:


    The formula:

    For a 240 ml Bottle
    Cortef 10 mg (cortesone)
    Ratio-Nystatin susp 100,00 U/ML (anti fungal)
    PMS-Lidocaine viscous 2% 100ml
    Lens Plus 360ml (saline solution) which contains salt 0.9%

    This has been prescribed for my family member and has worked great for relieving her incapacitating mouth sores.

  2. I have severe latyngitis. I have used the mouthwash twice and it has helped so much!

  3. I've gotten horrible canker sores since I was three years old this stuff works amazing for the pain, I'm not sure of the name but it's this green mouthwash that tastes horrible and just makes the pain worse

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