Nicorette Gum Extra Strength Freshmint 105 Click on image to enlarge

Product code:649813

RRP:$48.99

You Save:$16.00

Price:$32.99

Brand:Nicorette

Descripton

nicotine polacrilex 20%

Inactive ingredients:
chewing gum base, xylitol, peppermint oil, sodium carbonate anhydrous, acesulfame potassium, levomenthol, magnesium oxide light, acacia, titanium dioxide, quinoline yellow and carnauba wax.

With its delicious flavour, crispy shell and soft chewing texture, Nicorette's Freshmint gum is the great tasting way to quit. You'll be pleasantly surprised with the enhanced minty flavour, so now the only craving you'll have is for the taste.

Nicorette Gum gives you active control over your cravings, with a flexible dosing schedule.

Nicorette Gum is available in two strengths - Regular Strength (2mg) and Extra Strength (4mg). Highly dependent smokers, and smokers who have failed to quit when using 2 mg, should the 4 mg strength. Otherwise, the 2 mg strength should be used.

Nicorette Chewing Gum should be used when the urge to smoke is felt. Most smokers
require about 16-24 mg of nicotine daily ( 8-12 pieces of the 2 mg gum or 4-6 pieces of the 4
mg gum). Not more than 40 mg (20 pieces of the 2 mg gum or 10 pieces of the 4 mg gum)
of nicotine should be chewed in one day.

Due to its nicotine content, Nicorette Chewing Gum has an unusual taste. Nicorette Chewing Gum should be chewed slowly until a strong taste or a slight tingling sensation is felt. When the tingling sensation occurs the smoker should stop chewing and the gum should be placed under the tongue or between the cheek and gums until the taste or tingling sensation
has disappeared. Chewing should then be resumed slowly and the procedure repeated.
Nicorette Chewing Gum should be chewed in this manner until the nicotine effect is no
longer experienced (about 30 minutes). The nicotine effects are not experienced until after a
few minutes of chewing, the rapid satisfaction supplied by smoking is hence not to be expected.

Rapid chewing may initially irritate the throat or cause hiccups or nausea. Adapting to the proper chewing technique takes a few days. Acidic beverages, e.g. coffee or soft drinks interfere with the buccal absorption of nicotine. Use of such beverages should therefore be avoided for 15 minutes before and during chewing.

Do not use Nicorette Gum if:

  • Your mouth or throat is sore.
  • You are pregnant or breastfeeding.
  • You are a non smoker.
  • You are allergic to nicotine or to any of the ingredients listed.
  • The expiry date printed on the carton has passed.
  • The packaging is torn or shows signs of tampering.

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