Non-Prescription Magic Mouthwash Recipe

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This is my first time ever having widespread mouth ulcers on my tounge cheeks and everywhere making it difficult to eat and drink I just got some magic mouth wash but it seems to do nothing for me at all and it's almost been a week when will this all stop!!!
COREY 16 April 15
Saw everyone's posts. My daughter is suffering from sever mono and her doctor recommended magic mouthwash. When I called the pharmacy to see if it was ready for pick up I was told that they were not going to mix it until after they spoke with us because it was not covered by insurance and was going to cost $78.00. I quickly told them that we could not afford that with all the other medication she is currently taking and they suggested that we get the doctor to write a script for just the Lidocaine and I could purchase the Benedryl and Maalox over the counter and they would tell me how to mix it. Long story short I paid $4.00 for the Lidocaine, $2.19 for the Benedryl and $2.99 for the Maalox. Less than $10.00 for 300 ML bottle. Much better and works wonders. Wish I knew about this when my son was younger and had strep every 6 months.
Jennifer in Kansas 14 April 15
I have Stage 4 Metastatic Osteosarcoma and between the chemo and the radation that was close to my throat. I could not swallow absolutely anything even water without being in the most horrible pain ! My radation oncologist told me that with Medicare it would cost $ 200-300 ! Well since that was out of my price range I didn't get an RX! Well after several days of suffering and was starving ! My nurse at chemo treatment called several pharmacy's and found it at the last place I expected for $35.72 for a 400 ml bottle ! It doesn't taste the best but if it let's me eat I don't care what it tastes like !
Gram of 10 11 April 15
The Maalox has been recalled.. Anyone have a good substitute?
lisa 31 May 12
I have diabetes and get "sore mouth" quite often. My dr. gives me "magic Mouthwash. but it is only good for 1 month. Since my mouth only seems to get bad when I have spikes I never know when will need it. the first one sounds like the recipe, I'm going to try it but in a larger quantity. One time it told to gargle and spit 4 times a day and the last time it told me to swish around my mouth and then swallow.. I won't do that! not with whats in it. Thanks to whoever put the recipe on here...
Wendy Sanborn 18 August 11
Yeah it matters about the flavors when using it for children w/Strep throat.
Erin 2 July 10
Not to sound stupid, but it doesn't matter about the flavors of the medications, does it?
NICK 1 June 10
After a week of extreme discomfort, I tried Equate non-alcohol based mouthwash (blue liquid, purchase at Wal*Mart). I assume the name brand product made by Listerine would work as well, but I didn't try it. There is a slight discomfort at first, but generally, I have minimal pain for a couple of hours. More importantly, the ulcers seem to be reducing.
I didn't try an alcohol based mouthwash for fear it would sting like a SOB.
John 25 April 10 26 April 10
Try Lysine, 500mg 1 to 2 times daily. It worked wonders for my husband.
Sunny 25 April 10
Sorry you couldn't get the prescription for "magic wash." I've had these ulcers off and on for years. I got the prescription after two weeks of suffering. They were even making my ear hurt. Got almost instant relief. Sounds like you're on the right track. However, this says to take two teaspoons, gargle and hold in your mouth, the longer the better and then swallow. I don't see what would hurt to swallow your concoction and think it would help.
Mary in Arkansas 2 May 09
Since, like so many here, my ”Health Care Provider” seems to think there is nothing to be done about these #### ulcers, I wasn’t able to get a prescription for the Magic Mouth Wash. So, I worked out my own. Here it is and everything is available over the counter.

I have been mixing it one rinse at a time so the quantities are small.
1/2 teaspoon of Children’s Benedryl liquid (cherry flavor)
1/2 teaspoon of Maalox liquid (mint flavor)
1/2 teaspoon of Vicks Chloraseptic Spray (cherry flavor)

Swish it in your mouth and spit it out. The Chloraseptic quantity can be varied depending on the pain. It make your whole mouth a little numb but I’d rather have it that way than suffer from the $*%&ing ulcers!
Daniel 2 January 03

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Non-Prescription Magic Mouthwash Recipe

11 messages in this subject.