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How Sublingual Delivery Systems are the Future of CBD

Sublingual delivery involves placing a drug or supplement under your tongue to dissolve and absorb into your blood through the tissue. This method of delivery increases absorption, and the time it takes to feel the affect. Buccal administration involves placing a supplement or drug between your gums and cheek, where it also dissolves. Both Sublingual and Buccal will produce similar results. Taking Cannabinoids sublingually, can allow it to enter directly into your bloodstream, where it can be immediately delivered into your tissue, for fast acting results. This is an alternative method to the common method of taking a digested pill, which is a much longer process in which a substance needs to be ingested, broken down by the stomach, absorbed into small intestine, and metabolized by the liver. This can be both hard on the liver and there is no consistency of how much you will actually absorb.

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Sublingual delivery systems can be up to 5x faster and more effective than other oral delivery methods.

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Dr. Les Elkind

As a leading authority in medicine, Les has spent the past 40 years innovating in his field. In his early career Les held a position as an Emergency Room Physician for over a decade. In 1986 Les became the Director of Health Services at Cornell University followed by a role as Director of Student Health Services at UC Santa Cruz. He graduated from the New York Downstate Medical School of Brooklyn, and did his post graduate training at UCSF in the early 1970’s. He Co-founded White Bird Clinic in Oregon in 1975 providing free medical care and crisis intervention for the Eugene community. He has been a long time Cannabinoid advocate and spent two years as a physician on HelloMD providing medicinal cannabis guidance for patients seeking to improve their health and well-being.

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