How To Quit Smoking
If you are seriously looking to quit smoking this new year it can be easier than you think!
Our online pharmacy offers a free consultation with an online doctor. Subject to approval you can get prescription tablets designed to help you stop smoking. The tablets work in two ways. Firstly they reduce your craving for nicotine and reduce the withdrawal symtoms. Next they reduce the satisfaction you get when smoking a cigarette.
Simply follow this link to start you free online consultation now.
Alternatively, you can follow a 12 week programme to stop smoking with NiQuitin Lozenges. Initially, you will need a lozenge every one to two hours, and at least 9 lozenges a day up to a maximum of 15. After 6 weeks, you should take one lozenge every two to four hours. Then after nine weeks you should need just one lozenge every four to eight hours, before quitting in twelve weeks.
Niquitin lozenges come in two sizes 36 tablets for £8.03 and 72 tablets at £15.65.