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    Extended release or 2-3 doses per day-What's the wisdom?
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    The most recent and best knowledge based dosage is multi-faceted .For children at school, some claim, best dose early AM - 12 Hr.- with a time release single capsule. Patches cannot be 'snorted'. They can be removed though. Crushing extended release and snorting or taking a 12 Hr dose all at once could prove problematic. Adults can be trusted to take as directed after the prescriber questions and is satisfactorily well known of the individuals personality and clinical pharmacology of the use and important monitoring of BP and other verbatum indications relative to best prescribing guidelines and progress.
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