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Up&Up Nicotine 2mg Stop Smoking Aid Fruit Coated Gum - 160ct (Compare to active ingredient in Nicorette Fruit Chill Gum)
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ABOUT NICOTINE POLACRILEX GUM, 2 MG (NICOTINE) - COATED, FRUIT FLAVOR Compare to Nicorette® Gum active ingredient Nicotine Polacrilex Gum, 2 mg (nicotine), Fruit Flavor, stop smoking aid, is part of a Nicotine Replacement Therapy. Nicotine Replacement Therapy (NRT) is designed to wean your body off cigarettes. It helps regulate, control and gradually reduce your body's cravings for nicotine. Coated for bursting flavor, this product is for those who smoke their first cigarette more than 30 minutes after waking up. Smoking is addictive in two ways. Your need for nicotine is both physical and mental. You must overcome both addictions to stop smoking. Nicotine replacement therapy (NRT) only deals with the physical dependence. It is not meant to be the only thing you use to help you quit smoking. You will need other methods that help the psychological (emotional and mental) part of smoking, such as a stop smoking program.
Number of Pieces: 160
Health Facts: Non-toxic
Active Ingredient Strength Value: 2 milligrams
Product Warning: Consult a doctor if you are pregnant or nursing
Product Form: Gum
Suggested Age: 18 Years and Up
Primary Active Ingredient: Nicotine
Item Number (DPCI): 094-09-0078
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