The current study was designed to test the hypothesis that BmK AGAP (AGAP) potentiates the analgesic effect of lidocaine. The chronic constrictive injury was performed on 72 rats to induce a rapid onset and long-lasting pain. The rats were randomly assigned to one of six groups; Group A (n = 12) received an intrathecal administration of saline, Group B (n = 12) received an intrathecal injection of lidocaine, Group C (n = 12) received an intrathecal administration of AGAP, Group D, E, and F (n = 12 each) received an intrathecal administration of lidocaine 0.005 mg/ml + AGAP 25, 50, 100 μg/kg respectively. The von Frey filaments were used to assess mechanical allodynia. Nav1.7 and TRPV1 currents were recorded by the whole-cell aspiration patch-clamp technique, and KCNQ2/3 currents were recorded by the whole-cell drilling patch-clamp technique. The whole-cell aspiration patch-clamp technique showed that AGAP inhibited TRPV1and KCNQ2/3 currents and increased the analgesic effect of lidocaine. AGAP may have a synergistic effect with lidocaine which demonstrates a potential therapeutic approach for optimizing post-operative analgesia.