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Quit smoking. Homeopathy? Helps solve cravings. Recommended?

do you recommend using living well remedies to quit smoking? It is an homeopathic medicine to help stop cravings for cigarettes ingredients avena sativa caladium seguinum daphne indica eugenia jambosa kali phosphoricum ignatia amara nux vomica plantago major staphysagria calcarea phosphorica equal volumes of each ingredient in a bio-energetically enhanced pure water base 10c 30c lm1 potency inactive ingredients citric acid and potassium sorbate . It is a spray that has to be sprayed three times under the tongue to eliminate cravings.
Asked On : Tue, 15 Jan 2013
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I am not qualified to comment on homoeopathic medicines, but I can suggest some measures that can help you quit smoking. Like homoeopathy, modern medicine also has some medications that reduce craving for tobacco. In addition, some simple strategies like taking only one or two puffs rather than smoking the entire cigarette, trying to increase the time gap between cigarettes, eating or drinking something else when there is a craving for tobacco and avoiding being with people who are smoking. There is also the option of nicotine replacement therapy which although contains nicotine but at least saves you from the adverse effects of smoke and its constituents.

Hope this has been of some help. Best wishes.
Answered: Mon, 3 Jun 2013
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