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MAGIC MOUTHWASH for Oral Thrush Sore throat, yeast , fungus infection

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Dr. Randy Otterholt, DDS; General Dentistry

Magic Mouthwash

Prescription Rx Recipes and Formulas

There is no standard formula for Magic Mouthwash. It's like trying to find the "best" meatloaf recipe; you will find many!

When the pharmacy gets a prescription for Magic Mouthwash, the pharmacist makes each one ("compounds"Wink according to the prescribing physician's instructions or recipe.

Even many health care providers know about Magic Mouthwash, but assume there is ONE formulation and don't know the exact ingredients or proportions. When a prescription for Magic Mouthwash is given to a patient, it must contain specific ingredients, amounts, and patient instructions, so the pharmacist knows which one to make.

Here are some of the more common adult formulations.

Magic Mouthwash Recipe 1

Rx:

80 ml viscous lidocaine 2%

80 ml Mylanta

80 ml diphenhydramine 12.5 mg per 5 ml elixir

80 ml nystatin 100,000U suspension

80 ml prednisolone 15mg per 5ml solution

80 ml distilled water

Sig: Swish, gargle, and spit one to two teaspoonfuls every six hours as needed. May be swallowed if esophageal involvement.

Magic Mouthwash Recipe 2 (also called "Xyloxadryl" or "BMX"Wink

Rx:

1 Part viscous lidocaine 2%

1 Part Maalox (do not substitute Kaopectate)

1 Part diphenhydramine 12.5 mg per 5 ml elixir

Quantity: 120 ml

Sig: Swish, gargle, and spit one to two teaspoonfuls every six hours as needed. May be swallowed if esophageal involvement.

Magic Mouthwash Recipe 3

Rx:

30 ml viscous lidocaine 2%

60 ml Maalox (do not substitute Kaopectate)

30 ml diphenhydramine 12.5 mg per 5 ml elixir

40 ml Carafate 1 gm per 10 ml

Sig: Swish, gargle, and spit one to two teaspoonfuls every six hours as needed. May be swallowed if esophageal involvement.

Magic Mouthwash Recipe 4

Rx:

100 ml dexamethasone 0.5 mg per 5 ml elixir

60 ml nystatin 100,000U suspension

100 ml diphenhydramine 12.5 mg per 5 ml elixir

contents of 3 capsules tetracycline 500 mg

Sig: Swish, gargle, and spit one to two teaspoonfuls every six hours as needed. May be swallowed if esophageal involvement.

Here are some other mouthwashes that I've seen referenced, but are lesser known and don't have the measurements listed:

"Dr. Weisman's Philadelphia Mouthwash"

Contains: Maalox, Lidocaine, Benadryl, water

"Radiotherapy mixture"

Contains: Maalox Plus, Lidocaine, Diphenhydramine

"Mary's Magic Potion"; "Benacort-Tetrastat"

Contains: Tetracycline, Nystatin powder, Diphenhydramine, Hydrocortisone

"Stomafate suspension (Methodist standard)"

Contains: Sucralfate, water, benadryl, Maalox)

"Powell's Suspension"

Contains: Nystatin, Hydrocortisone, Tetracycline, Diphenhydramine

"Duke's Magic Mouthwash"

Contains: Nystatin, Hydrocortisone, Diphenhydramine

"Stanford Mouthwash"

Contains: Tetracycline, Nystatin, 2-Deoxy-D-Glucose, Chlorpheniramine

"Modified Stanford Mouthwash"

Contains: Tetracycline, Nystatin, Hydrocortisone, Diphenhydramine, flavor, Mouth Kote

"Silegy's Mouthwash"

Contains: Tetracycline, Nystatin, 2-Deoxy-D-Glucose, Chlorpheniramine, Hydramine

"Daniel's Mouthwash"

Contains Sumycin, Dexamethasone, Nystatin, Diphenhydramine

Other terms and phrases

Magic Mouth Gargle

Magic Swizzle

Magic Mouth Rinse

Mayo Mouthwash

Larry's Solution

Saltwater Mouthwash

16-ounce bottle of water

1 teaspoon salt

1 teaspoon baking soda

Keep a bottle by bathroom and kitchen sinks.

Rinse, gargle, and spit after meals, before bed, and anytime your mouth feels dry or sore.

Premade compounding kits from CutisPharma:

(more convenient; easier billing; higher cost; less compounding flexibility)

First™ Mouthwash BLM

Benadryl, Lidocaine, Maalox

See package insert

Company ad

Compounding demo video

First™ BXN Mouthwash

Benadryl, Xylocaine, Nystatin

See package insert

First™ Duke's Mouthwash (in development)

Diphenhydramine, Hydrocortisone, Nystatin

First™ Mary's Mouthwash (in development)

Diphenhydramine, Hydrocortisone, Nystatin, Tetracycline

Articles:

Magic Mouthwash Recipes. Pharmacist's Letter/Prescriber's Letter 2009;25(11):251103

References:

U.S. Pharmacopeia, USP Compouding Background

Cancer 2007; 109(5): Updated clinical practice guidelines for the prevention and treatment of mucositis

MASCC Mucositis Guidelines

Drug Mechanisms in Dermatology

mouthulcers.org

ClinicalTrials.gov — "Magic Mouthwash Plus Sucralfate Versus Benzydamine Hydrogen Chloride (HCl) for the Treatment of Radiation-Induced Mucositis"

General Notes:

USP standards recommend that compounded mixtures containing water have an expiration date of no more than two weeks.

Avoid alcohol-containing components; they can be irritating to ulcerated mucosa.

Kaopectate can cause solidifaction problems.

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