We Are Excited To Announce A Needle-Free Semaglutide Option

Compounded Sublingual Semaglutide (CSS)

We’ll be calling it CSS here because “compounded sublingual semaglutide” is a mouthful. CSS is made in our pharmacy using a commercially available product and a liquid base designed to deliver medications like semaglutide sublingually which is a fancy way of saying under the tongue, through the oral mucosa. Visit Town & Country Drug in Odessa, TX, today to discuss CSS with a prescriber.

Prescribers to talk with about CSS:

Weight Loss Solutions 
(432) 366-7546
3111 E University
Odessa, TX 79762

Cody Mygrant, PA
(432) 580-7373
408 N Hancock Ave
Odessa, TX 79761

Lively Wellness (any provider)
(432) 580-9168
608 N Muskingum Ave
Odessa, TX 79761


What does it mean that it's compounded?

The FDA defines drug compounding as the process of combining, mixing or altering ingredients to create a medication tailored to the needs of an individual patient. We use a commercially available medication with a liquid base specially formulated to deliver medications like semaglutide through the oral mucosa.

What does sublingual mean?

It means under the tongue. CSS is a liquid medication that you will take and hold under your tongue for at least 90 seconds every day and then swallow. It is absorbed through the oral mucosa and the longer it is in contact with that surface, the better.

How much does it cost?

It will vary depending on the strength and dose you and your prescriber decide is best for you.

Will my insurance cover compounded sublingual semaglutide?

We do not bill insurance for compounded medications.

Does it require a prescription?

It utilizes a prescription medication so yes, it does require a prescription. See list of prescribers here.

How do I get it?

Since it does require a prescription, see our list of prescribers that are educated on CSS, schedule an appointment with them. If together, you decide it is a good choice for you, they will write it for you. Bring it to the Town & Country Drug and we will get it ready for you.

What's the difference between CSS and Ozempic?

The active ingredient in both is semaglutide. Ozempic is a manufactured medication that is delivers semaglutide in an injection. CSS is compounded and delivers the medication sublingually. CSS doesn’t have to be refrigerated, isn’t facing the shortages that Ozempic and the like are and doesn’t involve a needle.

Info For Prescribers

If you are a prescriber and would like information on prescribing compounded sublingual semaglutide, please call us at (432) 366-2868 or email us at

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Odessa, TX 79762

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