Taking medications under your tongue produces faster action of the medication, sometime not for your benefit

This is called sublingual dosing of a drug.  For some medications, slow action is better than fast action, especially for drugs that drop the blood pressure or have heart effects that are supposed to be taken as a pill.  See this article here:  http://journalofpharmaceuticalresearch.org/index.php/kpc/article/viewFile/118766/81984

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