Can a Natural Health Supplement Help You To Stop Puffing Away?
By Kaye Bewley
Smoking was once seen as the cool thing to do. But not now. The whole country is about to change its stance on smoking in public places and what are people to do about it? Well, Stop 7 will go a long way to helping cease the urge!
Since 1586, when Sir Francis Drake returned home from the West Indies with a shipload of tobacco, smoking became the thing to do in Britain. However, it was Sir Walter Raleigh who made it fashionable. The 'stick between your fingers' was hyped to such an extent that the craze never had a chance of dying out - until the new millennium saw it as the unhealthy thing to do.
Knowing that smoking can kill is one thing, but trying to stop doing it is another. Once the drug has bitten deep, it's a very hard thing to give up. What addictive drug is? Take it this way, if chocolate had 'THIS CAN KILL YOU' stamped all over it, do you think sales would dramatically drop? Of course they would! So what is it about ciggies that make people ignore the warnings and continue even though the blatent messages is that their lungs are being damaged?
Those who have tried to stop, have used every method under the sun - patches, gum and even resorting to hypnosis - all painfully resorting back to something they simply can't get out of their system. Smokers are aware of what the nicotine does (it's a drug that stimulates the brain), and how the lack of it affects them (anxiety, headaches, irritability, lack of concentration). They also are aware that the tar in cigarettes lingers in the lungs and that the carbon monixide resulting from the smoke is a poisonous chemical that gets into the bloodstream. But what is less well-known is that cigarette smoke produces hydrogen cyanide which is a toxic by-product that only the old heroes of World War II would recognise, Zyklon B (it was a genocidal agent used during that period - and what all the fuss is all about for passive smoking!).
Let's face it, it is difficult being a smoker in this day and age. Even the works' tea-room won't allow anyone to light up for a quick one. And it's going to get even harder when public places are shutting their doors to those who take a drag. And when a smoker does succeed and stop their habit, they put on weight because of all the sweeties they eat to put a stop to the craving.
So, what's a smoker to do? Thankfully now a corner has been turned! After impressive results witnessed in America there's a new alternative product about the hit the European market. It has had a 94% success rate. It's not a drug. It's not a nicotine patche or even a stick of gum - it doesn't even mean that you have to have someone hypnotise you. It's a simple seven day course that guarantees you your money back in the pennies (or pounds/dollars) you'll be saving - and your money back anyway, if you resort to smoking after you've followed the instructions on the packet.
What's different about this method? The simple fact that once you start to take the two types of supplements in the pack, your body ceases craving for the drug and reverts back to the time before you even started smoking. Its unique combination of 100% natural herbal supplements quell the cravings and suppress any 'sweet tooth comfort eating'. Your body resumes back to its normal healthy state - after 20 minutes your blood pressure drops and your pulse returns to normal, after eight hours there's more oxygen in your body, circulation improves after three months - and what was once a painful procedure (exercise!), becomes a hell of a lot easier. Irritating coughing reduces after nine months when the sinuses also clear up and after one year, the possible risk of smoker's heart attack is halved.
There's an added bonus of a comforting tongue spray included in the pack together with a 14 page book that gives you step-by-step instructions to help you through the stages you'll face.
Everyone starts their life as a non-smoker, this kit just brings you safely back to that state of health.
The first herbal supplement consists of Inulin, Alfalfa, Liquorice, Dandelion Root, Gynmnea Sylvestre, Siberian Ginseng Extract and Atriplex Halimus Powder. The second's ingredient list is Red Clover Extract, Nettle Leaf Powder, Saw Palmetto, Thyme, Peppermint Leaf Powder, Aniseed Powder and Deodorised Garlic Powder. Meanwhile, the Spray consists of a blend of Tincture of Gotu Kola, Dandelion Root, Liquorice, Peppermint and Aniseed.
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Kaye Bewley is a Natural Healing Consultant with a web-based business. She is currently writing a book on the subject of acceptance and confidence. All contributors are welcome to send he an enquiry with regards to their experiences on the subject.