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Too addicted to Quit?
Things people would normally never dream of ingesting are pumped into the lungs and bloodstream every time a cigarette is lit. Chemicals like Butane, Carbon Monoxide, DDT (insecticide), Lead, even Polonium-210 (radioactive fallout), just to name a few. You know it's bad for you, so why is it so hard to quit?
"Nicotine addiction is one of the strongest addictions to overcome"
- Paraphrased from P&T News February/March 1999
All-natural, homeopathic, sublingual spray that helps relieve your symptoms as you
kick the smoking habit!
DO YOU MEASURE TIME BY WHEN YOU LAST HAD A SMOKE?
An article in "New Scientist" reveals that in addition to altering the body's dopamine levels, nicotine also causes hormone changes in smokers that alter their perception of time when they try to abstain. In a lab test, researchers studied how smokers and non-smokers estimate elapsed time. Initially, the two groups had similar abilities in time perception, but when tested again after abstaining for a day, most of the smokers estimated much longer time intervals, as much as 50 percent longer!
No wonder you're irritable when you try to quit!
And that doesn't even take into account all the other symptoms your body must deal with to break the strong addiction to smoking, and you've felt them, which is why it can be very hard to succeed. But you don't have to go it alone, you can arm yourself against those nagging symptoms today, which may be just the help you need to kick smoking for good.
FINALLY, A SAFE, HOMEOPATHIC SPRAY TO HELP YOU BATTLE SMOKING IS HERE!
Perhaps you're trying to quit smoking for the first time, or the tenth time. Either way, you need all the help you can get! SMOKE DETER is designed to help relieve the multiple symptoms that plague your body when trying to break the smoking habit, using natural herbs known in homeopathy to help relieve such symptoms as:
THE SMOKE DETER DIFFERENCE
A liquid oral spray, SMOKE DETER is absorbed quickly into the blood vessels under the tongue. Our sublingual application is the preferred method to deliver homeopathic ingredients to combat your symptoms so you can feel better quickly.
SMOKE DETER is designed to relieve multiple symptoms, and can be safely used with no drowsiness or adverse side effects.
- Shortness of breath
- Stuffy head
- Cold Sweats
- Aches and pains
- Irritability and anxiety
- Increased appetite
TWO SPRAYS, 3-TIMES a DAY FOR NATURAL RELIEF!*
A HOMEOPATHIC BLEND TO ADDRESS MULTIPLE SYMPTOMS, NOT JUST ONE
Homeopathic doctors have been using the separate ingredients in SMOKE DETER to treat single symptoms for decades, but our experts in homeopathy have chosen a blend of these natural ingredients to help relieve a wider variety of symptoms in one, easy-to-use spray application. Here are a few samples of the symptoms that each ingredient is recognized by authoritative homeopathic texts to help relieve (see Ingredients Page for full listing):
- Abies Nigra (Black Spruce): Relieves hard cough, headache and stomach upset
- Aconitum Napellus (Monkshood or Wolfsbane): Calms anguish of mind and body, restlessless and dry, croupy cough with tickling sensation, also chest pain with cough
- Avena (oates): Creates a soothing action on the nerves
- Nux Vomica (Poison Nut): Fights food cravings, and stress-related symptoms
IT'S IMPORTANT TO GET EMOTIONAL SUPPORT, TOO
People who have quit smoking successfully will tell you that getting support from others helps tremendously, and the CDC notes that success rates for quitting increase when evidence-based interventions such as health provider reminder systems, pharmacologic or behavioral cessation therapies, and telephone counseling (quit lines) are employed.
So make sure you take advantage of support groups in your battle to stop smoking, but no matter how you're trying to quit, SMOKE DETER can help control those difficult symptoms, and our homeopathic formula is safe to use without worrying about drowsiness or other side effects.
GET THE RELIEF YOU'VE BEEN LOOKING FOR TODAY!
You'll want to have plenty of SMOKE DETER on hand so you can fight those cravings and other smoking cessation symptoms SAFELY and NATURALLY...
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You will recieve lifetime membership to our online Stop Smoking Program
When you order your first shipment of Smoke Deter, you'll be automatically signed up to get Free lifetime membership access to our results-based online Stop Smoking Program. This information is exclusively for Smoke Deter members, and is not available to the general public. By eliminating the physical and psychological withdrawal symptoms and teaching you why you smoke before you attempt to quit, you will be able to easily stop smoking for life. The Smoke Deter Stop Smoking Program will walk you through the preparation process and show you what you need to do to easily get through the physical and psychologocal withdrawal process. Discover the easy way to stop smoking. You have nothing to lose, except your smoking habit!
You will also recieve our Stop Smoking Relaxation Audio MP3 Download.
Receive this powerful mind programming technique. Just listen to the soothing voice right in the privacy of your own home...for a fraction of what you would pay for private sessions.
1. Time slows for people who stop smoking 4:00 10 May 2003 NewScientist.com news service Shaoni Bhattacharya
2. Materia Medica Pura, Dr. Samuel Hahnemann
Note: If you are pregnant, attempting to become pregnant or breast-feeding, seek the advice of a doctor before use. " Keep out of reach of children. " In case of overdose, get medical help or contact a Poison Control Center right away.
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