I read many articles, books and medical guidelines before I quit; none of these were helpfull enogh
to make my mind. I also used a formulation R77 of
Dr. Reckeweg (Germany) for a long time, but to a no avail.
If you realy want to get rid of it, just quit it; nothing else is as effective as your own
You may experience some bad feelings, but for a day or two; after that you will become confident to
keep yourself away from smoking.
The opinions above are based on my personal experience with smoking and quiting it and, or are not a
prescription for any one to follow.
Lobelia was extensively tried as an anti-smoking agent in medicine about thirty years ago. It is an
anticholinergic herb which mimics a few of the effects of nicotine, but it did not work well.
Nicotine chewing gum or patches work better, but you have to still want to give it up.
>where would i find lobelia?(drug that helps to stop smoking)
I tried that and many other things. None could keep me safe from the weed because I did not really
want to quit.
What I finally did was admit that I was hooked. I could not have weeds on me or I would smoke them.
Secondly, I now control those things that I can control. I can control my desire to buy cigs. I have
no desire to spend money and buy cigs. I have a great desire to have a cig at times. Since I have no
cigs, I have been able to quit.
Simply control what you can control.
Control your desire to buy the damn things.
And...don't be a begger either. Do not beg others for one of their cigs.