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Nicotine Withdrawal Symptom Relief

Our Nicotine Withdrawal Symptom Relief class of Stop Smoking products are nicotine-free capsules used to help relieve withdrawal symptoms while giving up smoking. 

Use the search feature to quickly find the product you are looking for, by entering either the active ingredient, e.g. menthyl valerate, or the product name, Nicobrevin, e.g. 

Our Nicotine Withdrawal Symptom Relief class of Stop Smoking products are nicotine-free capsules used to help relieve withdrawal symptoms while giving up smoking. 

Use the search feature to quickly find the product you are looking for, by entering either the active ingredient, e.g. menthyl valerate, or the product name, Nicobrevin, e.g. 
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Nicobrevin
Nicobrevin
Camphor, Eucalyptus oil, Menthyl valerate, Quinine
Discontinued

What are nicotine withdrawal symptoms?

In between cigarettes, blood levels of nicotine begin to fall until they reach a level when there is not sufficient nicotine reaching the brain to stimulate dopamine in amounts that satisfy the nicotine craving, which contributes to nicotine addiction.  This also happens during smoking cessation because the body has developed a dependency on nicotine and if the need for nicotine is not satisfied the body develops withdrawal symptoms.  Symptoms are related to withdrawing the dopamine “feel good” effects and also the stimulant effects of nicotine and include both physical symptoms as well as symptoms affecting mood and emotions. 

The craving for nicotine causes irritability anxiety and difficulty concentrating restlessness and impatience.  Without the rapid release of dopamine that the body has become used to as the instant reward of smoking a cigarette, depressed mood can set in with sleep disturbances, frustration even anger.  As the body begins to recover from nicotine dependency, physical effects include gastric disturbances, respiratory problems, and increased appetite or weight gain, since nicotine increases blood sugar, which reduces appetite. 

These withdrawal symptoms are most severe within the first two to three days, but gradually improve and are usually reduced or gone within the first two months.

Relieving nicotine withdrawal symptoms

An oral nicotine-free product containing several natural ingredients can be used to help relieve nicotine withdrawal symptoms and reduce craving for nicotine to provide stop smoking support.  These ingredients include:

  • Menthyl valerate, a mild sedative that helps relieve the anxiety and irritability associated with nicotine withdrawal without causing drowsiness. 
  • Quinine, traditionally a treatment for malaria, is also a muscle relaxant with possible alpha adrenergic blocking properties that helps alleviate the craving for cigarettes. 
  • Camphor is an herbal extract that belongs to a group of organic compounds called terpenoid ketones and helps to clear the bronchial passages that have been damaged by cigarette smoke, which helps improve breathing. 
  • Oil of Eucalyptus, an extract of the Eucalyptus leaf, acts as an expectorant that helps loosen mucus and bring it up by coughing, as well as other debris produced by the irritated respiratory tract and that has accumulated over the years of smoking; this also help improve breathing by clearing the bronchi (breathing passages).  
  • Free Menthol in Menthyl Valerate, together with the Camphor and Oil of Eucalyptus all have a carminative effect which prevents formation of gas in the gastrointestinal tract and helps in soothing the gastric system.
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What are nicotine withdrawal symptoms?

In between cigarettes, blood levels of nicotine begin to fall until they reach a level when there is not sufficient nicotine reaching the brain to stimulate dopamine in amounts that satisfy the nicotine craving, which contributes to nicotine addiction.  This also happens during smoking cessation because the body has developed a dependency on nicotine and if the need for nicotine is not satisfied the body develops withdrawal symptoms.  Symptoms are related to withdrawing the dopamine “feel good” effects and also the stimulant effects of nicotine and include both physical symptoms as well as symptoms affecting mood and emotions. 

The craving for nicotine causes irritability anxiety and difficulty concentrating restlessness and impatience.  Without the rapid release of dopamine that the body has become used to as the instant reward of smoking a cigarette, depressed mood can set in with sleep disturbances, frustration even anger.  As the body begins to recover from nicotine dependency, physical effects include gastric disturbances, respiratory problems, and increased appetite or weight gain, since nicotine increases blood sugar, which reduces appetite. 

These withdrawal symptoms are most severe within the first two to three days, but gradually improve and are usually reduced or gone within the first two months.

Relieving nicotine withdrawal symptoms

An oral nicotine-free product containing several natural ingredients can be used to help relieve nicotine withdrawal symptoms and reduce craving for nicotine to provide stop smoking support.  These ingredients include:

  • Menthyl valerate, a mild sedative that helps relieve the anxiety and irritability associated with nicotine withdrawal without causing drowsiness. 
  • Quinine, traditionally a treatment for malaria, is also a muscle relaxant with possible alpha adrenergic blocking properties that helps alleviate the craving for cigarettes. 
  • Camphor is an herbal extract that belongs to a group of organic compounds called terpenoid ketones and helps to clear the bronchial passages that have been damaged by cigarette smoke, which helps improve breathing. 
  • Oil of Eucalyptus, an extract of the Eucalyptus leaf, acts as an expectorant that helps loosen mucus and bring it up by coughing, as well as other debris produced by the irritated respiratory tract and that has accumulated over the years of smoking; this also help improve breathing by clearing the bronchi (breathing passages).  
  • Free Menthol in Menthyl Valerate, together with the Camphor and Oil of Eucalyptus all have a carminative effect which prevents formation of gas in the gastrointestinal tract and helps in soothing the gastric system.
...Read more

Nicotine Withdrawal Symptom Relief
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