30 day supply - Use for 2
-3 months (if not using the Complete System)
Butt it Out ™ is
allowed by the Canadian Government to make the medical claim:
Traditional Herbal Medicine to Help you Quit Smoking'.
The active ingredient is lobelia
inflata. Lobelia mimics the effects of nicotine but is non-addictive.
In smoking cessation, its use as a replacement for nicotine helps the
smoker by reducing withdrawal symptoms and the desire to smoke.
How it works....the active
ingredient of this herbal medicine mimics the effects of nicotine by
stimulating the preganglionic nicotinic receptors and depressing them.
The action closely resembles that of nicotine but is milder and
non-addicting. Butt it Out™ is considered to be Mother Nature's
alternative to nicotine replacement products. In layman's terms, the
active herbal ingredient of this medicine, fools the body into thinking
that you are smoking when you are not!
This medicinal herb actually
BLOCKS nicotine from reaching the brain's nicotine receptors, where the
Nicotine High comes from! Scientists have proven that nicotine affects
the brain and it is here where nicotine must be beaten. Our formula
does just this without the use of chemicals. This all natural herbal
formula supports the smoker in times of stress, irritability, insomnia,
fatigue, and when other withdrawal symptoms, both physical and
psychological, test the smoker. The main ingredient is also recognized
as an appetite suppressant......good news for those people who are
concerned about weight gain when they quit smoking.
Take 3 capsules daily.
We recommend that you take 1 capsule a half-hour before each of your 3
daily meals. Many smokers find that their worst cravings for nicotine
occur after they eat and this is why we make this recommendation. As
smoking is one of the toughest addictions to conquer, we recommend that
you continue taking the medicine for 3 months. The longer you are free
of the nicotine, the better your chances of staying quit! This also
gives your body some time to naturally expel the toxins and pollutants
received from smoking.