Another take on the Akabutu’s Mouthwash recipe

Here is another breakdown of the recipe I’ve discovered: From what I’ve been able to discover through various channels Dr. Akabutu’s mouthwash is made up of 60 cc of xylocaine viscous (2%), 50 ml of nystatin suspension (100,000 U/ml), 125 ml of normal saline, 60 mg of hydrocortisone (three tablets of 20 mg), and 3 to 5 ml of glycerine.  This should give you a total volume of 240 ml. The instructions that normally go with the use of the mouthwash are to shake it well, then swish 30 ml of solution around the mouth and throat for one minute … Continue reading Another take on the Akabutu’s Mouthwash recipe

"Surgery is easy. The rest is hard."

I guess that I’m kinda falling behind on the reporting, here… my brother dropped by after work with a contribution for the ‘fridge (beef stroganoff… I’m looking forward to that!) and mentioned that he’d had a look at the blog. He seems to be in agreement with my assessment about the contribution to fatigue that my lack of exercise may be making. Now that we’re not virtual prisoners because of the extreme cold, I need to start to address that. Hell, we’ve got access to this multi-million dollar gym and pool, I’m paying the monthly fees, and I never go. … Continue reading "Surgery is easy. The rest is hard."