Did you by any chance mean sublingual?
- adv. In a sublingual manner
“Gentile said, "Now instead of having to inject the allergy extract you can actually does orally or sublingually, which is under the tongue.”
“To bypass this absorption problem, you may take it sublingually under the tongue or have your doctor administer a B12 injection.”
“Well, I was in the level of PA acute B-12 deficiency last april and have been taking B-12 1000 mg sublingually every couple days.”
“Many physicians provide their patients on MAOIs with one or two 10-mg tablets of the calcium channel antagonist, nifedipine, and instruct them to take one sublingually for its alpha-adrenergic antagonistic effects immediately upon noticing any signs of acute hypertension.”
“This is why and it's very important that I stress this that you ask your doctor before taking anything sublingually that wasn't "meant" to be.”
“For these people, taking medication sublingually if possible is definitely an advantage.”
“In addition to the speed, the medicine delivered sublingually is usually more potent, and (in general terms) needs less medication to do the job it's intended to do (you may have heard stories about people cutting pills in half, then taking them under the tongue, to produce the same effect as swallowing one pill).”
“The other day, I got such a question that became the topic for this week's post: just why do we take certain medicines sublingually under the tongue?”
“Using edited technique, adopt 1 kasabian shoot the runner video (1 dose) sublingually into unsettling effectives at 7 hormones of regresa or older.”
“The patent, which is entitled "Method of delivering a pharmaceutical composition sublingually", is a new proprietary formulation.”
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