Another sarcastic remark to keep the fun going, but how would you make use if these ingredients. Would you smoke them ;);););)
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No lol, you wouldn't smoke them, to be honest nothing can beat will power, but when someones been smoking for a long time, the cravings are the most difficult to suppress. The natural remedies, help surpress the cravings....
Cayenne Pepper: Desensitizes the respiratory system to tobacco and chemical irritants helps stop cravings for cigarettes. Take the spice daily: add a couple of pinches to a glass of water.
Ginger: Ingesting pure ginger helps you quit smoking. Ginger has a warming and heating effect in the body, which promotes perspiration. When your body sweats it excretes toxins and relieves some chemical loads from the body. A great detox for a smoking addiction. Also - Drink ginger tea. Instead of smoking try preparing a cup of ginger tea. This is effective because it helps form a new habit instead of smoking.
Ginseng: Prevents nicotine-induced releases of the neurotransmitter dopamine found in cigarettes. Take a teaspoon of ginseng powder in some cereal or maybe a health shake. (prevents cravings)
St. John's Wort: Recommended 450 mg capsule 2 times a day. St. John's wort is one of the best known herbs for promoting a positive mental attitude, something people often need help with during the early phases of becoming a non-smoker. Staying positive is one of the best tools you can have in your tool bag while you are going through this transition from being a smoker to a non-smoker. Knowing that nothing happens overnight, keeping a good positive frame of mind is a good place to be in.
Peppermint: nausea can be alleviated with peppermint tea or peppermint oil. It's great for relieving nausea but is also helps relaxation. It has an anesthetic and pain-relieving effect on the body - that's perfect for combating this dirty habit.
Lobelia: Active ingredient is lobeline, thought to have similar properties as nicotine. Research has shown that lobeline may increase levels of dopamine in the brain similar to cigarettes.
Don't think it will particularly do anything for you if you sniff it or put it in your ears, once you've tried your method, you can let us know if it helps. That is if you haven't already done more damage than good, especially with sniffing cayenne pepper!
This cannot be undone and I am sure it will be greatly appreciated.
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