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Rapid Act Sprays​

Rapid Act Sprays

RHO Phyto’s Rapid Act Sprays offered in lemon-mint flavour, are administered under the tongue to provide more direct absorption into the bloodstream by avoiding first pass metabolism by the gut and liver. RHO Phyto’s Rapid Act Sprays are optimized for increased absorption and faster onset in comparison to basic MCT (medium-chain triglyceride) sublingual sprays. Rapid Act Sprays are discreet, easy to use, and convenient.

 

15 mL

 

 

 

Rapid Act Spray 2:40 CBD

Day one: Start with 1 spray under the tongue (i.e. 0.1 mL = 0.2 mg THC and 4 mg CBD) orally in the early evening and assess the effect.
Days two to seven: Increase the daily dose by 1 spray (i.e. 0.1 mL = 0.2 mg THC and 4 mg CBD) orally early in the evening until you reach an effective dose. If you begin to feel side effects then you should lower the dose to the previous dose and re-assess with your healthcare provider.
Days seven and onwards: Once you have established an effective dose without experiencing side effects then consider repeating the same dose 2 to 3 times per day depending on individual duration of action.

 

 

Rapid Act Spray 10:20 CBD
Day one: Start with 1 spray under the tongue (i.e. 0.1 mL = 1 mg THC and 2 mg CBD) orally in the early evening and assess the effect.

Days two to seven: Increase the daily dose by 1 spray (i.e. 0.1 mL = 1 mg THC orally and 2 mg CBD) early in the evening until you reach an effective dose. If you begin to feel side effects, then you should lower the dose to the previous dose and re-assess with your healthcare provider.
Days seven and onwards: Once you have established an effective dose without experiencing side effects then consider repeating the same dose 2 to 3 times per day depending on individual duration of action.

 

 

Rapid Act Spray 20 CBD (coming soon)

 

Rapid Act Spray 15:1 CBD (coming soon)

Shake the bottle well before using. Place nozzle under the tongue and push down on the pump to spray. For maximum absorption hold spray under tongue for 30-90 seconds before swallowing.

These recommendations do not replace the clinical judgement of healthcare practitioners and should be based on patient individual needs and circumstances.

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