Chemicals enter our bodies in all kinds of ways.
When we swallow a pill, for example, it goes through our gastrointestinal tract and then the liver and THEN it’s delivered to where it’s needed.
The path to get there is long and it gets broken down several times along the way. Most anything that enters our body has to take the long way in. It’s one way our body protects us.
But have you ever needed something to reach the rest of your body FAST? Like, a medication to save you from a cardiovascular event, for instance?
If so, you may have been given that medication sublingually (under the tongue).
As a medication dissolves under your tongue, it diffuses through the mucous membranes and because there are SO many capillaries there, the medicine has a direct route to your bloodstream.
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