FYI...Look at the ingredients on the bottle. Benzocaine is mostly made up of lidocaine -a numbing agent in no way related to cocaine. You are more likely to test positive for THC (pot) from using motrin. ~MM
test positive from using Motrin???? Never heard of that?? More info if you have any would be great! Dont they cut cocaine with like benzocaine, or lidocaine, or something like that? If anyone knows? Yea, stop the coke though, every bit of Coke that makes it to your heart tissue, it kills it instantly!
Benzocaine and Lidocaine are two quite different products, neither are trade names (unlike xylocaine which is a trade name of lidocaine).
Normally I do not correct folks on forums, but the dangerous dose difference between the two is significant. 20% benzocaine may be acceptable for some applications, 20% lidocaine is likely to end in a bad way.
REALLY different products - hance different MSDS notes and CAS codes
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