EZ QUIT - Anti Smoking Herbal Pills
EZ Quit are incredible pills that can work wonders for those who are struggling and trying hard to quit smoking. The natural herb of avena sativa, caralluma fimbriata, passion flower extract and much more are filled in these pills with all its goodness and power. Among these herbs the avena sativa is the magic ingredient that helps the chain smoker to stop craving for the tobacco by calming down the nervous system.
Being addicted to smoking is one of the hardest to break addictions, with nicotine being more addictive (and deadly) than heroin, the need for an effective stop smoking herbal supplement to help you permanently quit smoking instantly is a must.
With EZ Quit pills to quit smoking you can quit smoking from day one without having to worry about the awful cravings that some other methods leave you facing. EZ Quit contains a blend of herbal extracts that relax you and stop your cravings before they become too much to bear, but that's only the start of the amazing way in which EZ Quit can help you to give up smoking more easily than many other methods.
How does EZ Quit work?
EZQuit formula acts by addressing the anxiety, depression, hunger and cravings that affect most people who are trying to quit smoking, as well as fooling the Nicotine Receptors in the brain to thinking that they are getting nicotine. The nicotine content in your body will fade off quickly, and to help you speed up this process, EZQuit contains antioxidants to help detoxify your body and get rid of the nicotine.
How do I start the course and what's the dosage?
You will quit smoking from day 1, however the course of pills will take 8 weeks to complete, and consists of 2 bottles (120 pills). First you will plan a date of which will be your last cigarette, the night before you quit, take 2 pills of EZQuit, and we suggest to listen to the Free Hypnoses CD which we will include with your order. From then take 3 pills per day for the next 3 weeks (morning, noon, evening). You may smoke upto 5 cigarettes per day for the first week, if you really need to. But none the following weeks. By week 4 you will lower the dosage to 2 pills per day (morning & evening) for a 2 further weeks and then 1 pill per day every morning until you have used all of the pills.
What's the success rate?
If you really want to quit and follow the full course, you will have a 100% success rate. The hardest is the first 2 weeks, but after that its easy. The pills are formulated to suppress your cravings and make it so much easier. The thing to remember is under no circumstances should you smoke or use any patches gum or other nicotine products after the first week. Else you will need to start the course again.
Is there any side effects?
Your body will be going through some major changes. After years of smoking and to suddenly stop, will cause some side effects related to the lack of poisons in your system. The majority and severity of these side effects are elevated by EZQuit. If you experience any major adverse side effects consult your doctor.
Is there any Drug Interactions?
The ingredients in EZQuit effect the way some medicines work, and if you are taking any medications you should check the ingredients with your doctor first. It should not be taken in combination with any medication for depression or psychiatric disorders, and in women it may interact with estrogens and oral contraceptives.
Why would I want to quit?
The most obvious reason is the major health problems including cancer that smoking causes, but there are others including the stink, the cost, the loss of taste and smell, and the impression on your children.
What do the EZ Quit pills contain?
Each capsule contains the followin:
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