Organic tobacco – the perfect “out” – 14AndOut secrets to quitting smoking starting today!

 Organic tobacco – the perfect “out” – 14AndOut secrets to quitting smoking starting today!

By switching to organic, self-rolled tobacco for the last 14 days of your life as a smoker, you are WEANING YOURSELF off the addiction, the physical part, which is the most enslaving aspect of smoking. By eliminating most of the deadly chemicals that Big Tobacco puts in commercial cigarettes, your are allowing your body a break, a big break, the one it needs to recover, recuperate, revive, and replenish nutrients for energy and confidence.

 

Organic tobacco is easy to find. There are tobacco shops, pipe shops, and cigar shops all over the world, even in small towns, and they all sell organic tobacco, the kind with no additives, no pesticides, no ammonia, no formaldehyde, and so on. It’s important to also ask for rice or hemp paper, or “unbleached” paper, that way you are avoiding the cooking bleach when the paper burns. It all just makes sense, to eliminate the chemicals while you cut back on smoking. You may be able to wean yourself off smoking in less than 14 days, because you will immediately start feeling alive again, and the cravings will diminish more every day, starting right now.

 

Before tobacco was polluted with somewhere between 1,000 and 4,000 chemicals, anyone could quit the habit, even cold turkey without help, but because today’s premium brands have juiced up the nicotine so high, it seems to take a small miracle to cure someone of smoking. (http://www.keepitsacred.org/network/index.php?option=com_content&view…)

In fact, the majority of smokers light up just to feel normal, and catch a little bit of stimulation or relaxation; however, even after quitting a smoker’s organs and central nervous system remain poisoned from the chemicals for up to 12 months. This sickened state is what drives smokers back looking for relief, not the “nicotine addiction.” (http://medicolegal.tripod.com/preventbraindamage.htm)

The history of commercial tobacco production in the United   States dates back to the 17th century when the first commercial crop was planted. But why do the chemicals in cigarettes have so much more to do with the smoking addiction than nicotine? Most cigarette smokers do not understand it’s the chemicals in cigarettes that wreak havoc in their central nervous system, fueling the need for the short-lived relief nicotine brings. (http://www.itcaonline.com/ctepp/commercial.html)

History proves that the premium brands contain more chemicals than others, and that is why they rule the marketshare, and most of their “loyal smokers” will not even smoke the competition’s brand because the “kick” or “taste” just isn’t the same. What most fail to realize is that this desired kick and taste comes with a very steep price – that being more pesticides, more ammonia, and a richer toxic cocktail that does damage to the lungs and nervous system in the short term.
(http://quitsmoking.about.com/od/chemicalsinsmoke/a/chemicalshub.htm)

When a smoker tries to quit by using the pills, the patch, nicotine gum, electronic cigarettes, or even cold turkey, what drives him or her back to smoking isn’t the craving of nicotine, an addiction which is broken within the first 3 to 4 days.

If all cigarette manufacturers today faced strict and thorough inspections and regulations, and had no choice but to eliminate all of the chemicals, the number of cancer cases would be reduced immensely, and the ability to stop smoking without help would be reasonable again.

Chantix and Zyban: Toxic Meds are dangerous

 

Understanding why suicide is a side effect of smoking cessation pills is of ultimate importance to smokers considering taking the drug. Several lawsuits have been filed because the manufacturers of these pills do not provide ample warning.

Smoking cessation pills simply make anxiety and depression worse. Chantix blocks nicotine receptor sites in the brain in order to reduce nicotine cravings, but in that process, naturally occurring dopamine and serotonin are blocked, creating dangerous and nearly intolerable side effects.

When a human being experiences a stressful or exciting event, natural hormones create neural reactions in the brain’s central processing area called synapses, which involve neurons firing electrical charges that stimulate behavior and mood elevations. By taking Chantix, the smoker is blocking these natural reactions from doing their job, preventing the person from coping with anxiety, depression, and frustration.

Chantix disables the natural “fight or flight” reactions, which in turn makes even small problems seem insurmountable, leading to feelings of intense anxiety and thoughts of suicide. No wonder why sleeplessness and nightmares are the most common side effects.

Chantix, chemically known as varenicline, is a drug sold by Pfizer. Chantix side effects include agitation, depression, and onset of psychiatric illness such as psychosis, mania, bipolar disorder, schizophrenia and hallucinations. Chantix may lead to the recurrence of old psychiatric illness. Some patients have attempted or committed suicide.

The Institute for Safe Medication Practices reported that Chantix accounts for more “serious drug adverse events” in the United   States than any other drug. In 2008, the FDA issued alerts about some of these serious adverse side-effects. Pfizer has slowly admitted to these reports over time. At one point, the Chantix label was updated to mention reports of depression, agitation, changes in behavior and suicide.

Still considering taking Chantix? Here’s the laundry list of side effects directly from the website. “Some people have had changes in behavior, hostility, agitation, depressed mood, suicidal thoughts or actions while using CHANTIX to help them quit smoking. Some people had these symptoms when they began taking CHANTIX, and others developed them after several weeks of treatment or after stopping CHANTIX. If you, your family, or caregiver notice agitation, hostility, depression, or changes in behavior, thinking, or mood that are not typical for you, or you develop suicidal thoughts or actions, anxiety, panic, aggression, anger, mania, abnormal sensations, hallucinations, paranoia, or confusion, stop taking CHANTIX and call your doctor right away. Also tell your doctor about any history of depression or other mental health problems before taking CHANTIX, as these symptoms may worsen while taking CHANTIX.”

Zyban, chemically known as bupropion, is actually an antidepressant. The most common side effects of Zyban are agitation, dry mouth, insomnia, headache, nausea, constipation, and tremor. Some patients may experience weight loss. Seizures also occur, especially at higher doses. Research published in 2010 in the American Journal of Obstetrics and Gynecology suggested that women who take Zyban during early pregnancy run a greater risk for having a baby born with a heart birth defect.

Attention all smokers, there’s a war going on inside your body and brain right now: nicotine versus dopamine. Which one will win? Are you tipping the scales away from your favor more and more everyday? Your body creates Dopamine to help you with stress and anxiousness. By using nicotine year after year, eventually your body will stop creating dopamine, and rely on cigarette’s one hundred percent, in the same way Diabetics have to take insulin shots periodically throughout the day.

When the side effects of a drug are worse than the problem intended to be treated, common sense tells a person to find another solution!

 

The nicotine patch and nicotine gum are both scams to keep you hooked

 Organic tobacco – the perfect “out” – 14AndOut secrets to quitting smoking starting today!

 

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