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Drug info - extract benzocaine chloraseptic?

Discussion in 'Cocaine & Crack' started by semiblocked, Nov 11, 2008.

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  1. semiblocked

    semiblocked Silver Member

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    How would I go upon doing this?

    Chloraseptic contains benzocaine and I want to extract it. :)
     
  2. tryptamaster

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    hmm yes this sounds very cool. to all our chemists swim wud LOVE and thoey on this process.
     
  3. 90%.

    90%.

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    swim wish he knew where to start!
     
  4. fnord

    fnord

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    I dont think anyone here will help you with cutting your product,especally with some thing that can cause methmoglobinemia.
     
  5. 90%.

    90%.

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    swiy always think its for bad use? can new things be learned not for the bad but for the good?
     
  6. Sitbcknchill

    Sitbcknchill Retired

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    Problem is 99% of the time it is never for the good.
     
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