Dennis Perreira, a manager at a multinational firm was contemplating quitting smoking for a long time. His friend suggested Nicotine Replacement Therapy (NRT), one of the many smoking cessation treatments, approved by the US Food and Drug Administration (FDA).
Dennis started his anti-smoking movement with great gusto, only to fall prey to many unanticipated complications. Feeling helpless and agitated with his friend’s recommendation, he consulted a physician, who immediately asked him to stop the quit-smoking medication and instead take Smotect Natural Tablets. Here’s what the doctor said.
Conventional Quit Smoking Medications Have Hidden Dangers
The US FDA-approved smoking cessation treatments can be categorized into two types:
- Products that contain nicotine
- Products devoid of nicotine
Nicotine-based medications, such as NRT gradually provide the body with smaller doses of nicotine without the toxic chemicals (tar, carbon monoxide and other poisonous chemicals) found in cigarette smoke. These medications include skin patches, chewing gum, inhalators, tablets, oral strips and lozenges, and nasal and mouth sprays. Non-nicotine-based products (Varenicline tartrate and Bupropion hydrochloride) are lesser known comparatively and are available in the form of tablets.
Though both categories of treatments have been moderately successful in helping smokers beat their addiction, they are not 100% effective and safe. They present the following side effects on a case-to-case basis.
- Skin irritation
- Irritation of the nose, throat or eyes
- Upset stomach
- Dry mouth
- Intestinal gas
- Change in taste
- Lack of focus and concentration
- Strange dreams
- Depressed mood
- Suicidal thoughts
Dennis was suffering from some of the above complications. Additionally, he became highly addicted to his anti-smoking medication and ran the risk of impacting his vital organs.
Smotect Natural Tablets Are Better Than Others
Smotect Natural Tablets are a unique formulation of 12 therapeutic herbs. They are dosage-based on the basis of the intensity of the smoking. Unlike their counterparts, they are not only FDA-approved but also GMP-certified and patented. Moreover, they have a success rate of over 95%.
Here’s how Smotect Natural Tablets are better than the other quit-smoking medications.
Smotect Natural Tablets
Other Quit Smoking Medications
Restores dopamine production (Delivers zero nicotine to the brain)
May deliver nicotine to the brain
Are 100% safe and natural
May have carcinogenic properties
Have zero side effects
Have multiple side effects
Reduce smoking cravings
Are highly addictive
Lower nicotine dependence
Increase nicotine dependence
Protect and restore the vital organs (lungs, heart, brain and skin) from the impact of prolonged smoking
Adversely impact vital organs
Additional reasons to recommend Smotect Natural Tablets
- Improve energy and stamina to perform regular activities
- Enhance mood and freshness
- Manage stress and withdrawals
- Improve breathing quality
- Relieve smokers' cough
- Improve digestion and immunity
- Improve sleep, relax the mind and help the skin stay healthy
- Reduce CO/COHb levels
- Clear nicotine and other toxins
- Revive vital organs
- Lower the chances of cancer
- Reduce smoking significantly/quit smoking
To Sum Up
Smotect Natural Tablets are not ordinary anti-smoking tablets. They are not only a complete contrast to conventional quit-smoking medications, but offer a range of benefits, thus powering the smoker’s resolution to quit smoking.
The benefits don’t end here. Smokers can also sign up for unique Smotect Guided Sessions to facilitate their anti-smoking initiative easily and better. Through these sessions, they access tangible tools, techniques and breathing exercises based on the Mindfulness-Based Cognitive Therapy (MBCT) approach. They can also chat with quit-smoking experts on WhatsApp: http://wa.me/+918928597731
Dennis left the clinic feeling quite relieved and assured. His next steps: Start taking Smotect Natural Tablets, spread the good word about these tablets among his smoker friends and diminish irresponsible guidance regarding quit-smoking medications. Wondering about your next step? Be like Dennis.