How do I use Quit Smoke?
Quit Smoke Withdrawal Spray contains homoeopathic potencies of Nux Vomica 12c 30c and Daphne Indica 30c. Nux Vomica, also known as Quaker Button, is often used to treat extreme over-sensitivity and irritability. It is known for its beneficial effects as a valuable adjunct in the detoxification process associated with ending tobacco dependency. Daphne Indica (Spurge Laurel) cleanses nicotine from your body while reducing the craving for tobacco. Nicotine can stay in your system for weeks or even months after you quit and this can increase the chances of you experiencing nicotine cravings. Daphne Indica speeds up the removal of this nicotine from the body. It can also relieve irritability and nervous tension.
Quit Smoke Craving Tablets contain homoeopathic potencies of Camphor 6c 30c (in a potency chord). The Camphor has a calmative effect and works to quell the desire for a cigarette. Camphor also works to soothe the gastric and the respiratory systems, clearing the bronchial passages and improving breathing.
Quit Smoke Withdrawal Spray is sprayed into the mouth as often as is necessary to overcome the symptoms of nicotine withdrawal. Usually 1 or 2 sprays directly into mouth should be adequate but up to 6 repeated doses can be taken initially every 10 to 15 minutes to alleviate symptoms. You can gradually reduce the dosage to 2 sprays directly into the mouth about 3 to 4 times a day until you eventually stop using the remedy. To achieve the best results you should hold each dose in the mouth momentarily before swallowing.
The Quit Smoke Craving Tablets should be dissolved slowly in the mouth whenever the urge to smoking peaks. When this occurs, place 2 tablets in the mouth to combat the craving. Hold the tablets in the mouth for about a minute before chewing or shallowing. Take another 2 tablets at 10 to 15 minute as often as is required to achieve this. To obtain the best results both the spray and the tablets should be used in conjunction with each other. They can also be taken together with other therapies in order to increase effectiveness. As with other homeopathic remedies, it is the frequency of the dose and not the size of the dose that is most important.
Because Quit Smoke is an all-natural product, most people can use it. It should not, however, be used if you are allergic to any of the ingredients in Quit Smoke. If you are pregnant or breast-feeding you should consult your health professional before you undertake a course of Quit Smoke. Keep out of the reach of children or animals. Try to avoid coffee, menthol or peppermint during treatment as these can reduce the effectiveness of the ingredients. Avoid handling the tablets any more than is necessary as this may reduce their effectiveness.