Herbs to Reduce or Stop the Smoking Addiction and Enhance your Health
SmokeLess Herbal Tonic and Tobacco-free Smoking Mixture
“I’ve smoked for over 40 years. After only three weeks taking your SmokeLess Tonic I found it very effective and i was able to cut down drastically. I took it as you advised, sipping it just before I lit up and I only took 1-2 drags and then I don’t want any more. Now after 3 months I’ve stopped altogether. I feel a lot better, I’m not so flustered or depressed. I’ve tried all sorts of methods to give up smoking but nothing worked. Friends have commented on my better attitude and mood. I’m continuing with SmokeLess and your ABC Daily Powder because I feel so much better. Thank you so much for your help.” Rose (Belfast)
Remember the first cigarette you had
Remember the first cigarette you had and how unpleasant it was? 4000 poisons were introduced into your body which rebelled with cough, curse, nausea and headache. The body pleaded no, no. After a few attempts at smoking the body slowly becomes accustomed to the poisons and the addictive effect of nicotine takes hold. Once the nicotine is implanted in the body affecting the link between your physiology and psychology the habit is established: you’re hooked, the black cloak is placed on you; addiction takes root. The usual physiological demand of the body is at least the nicotine content of 10 ordinary cigarettes per day. Often it is much more.
Each cigarette takes 8 minutes of your life. A pack of 20 takes a month. Two packs a day totals up to 12-16 years of your life. One drop of pure nicotine is sufficient to kill a grown man. 145 cigarettes contain 1 drop of nicotine.
Smoking is causative in many diseases, reducing the length and quality of life. Smokers get more colds, sinusitis, bronchitis, emphysema, heart attacks, strokes, and many other upper respiratory and circulatory problems than non-smokers. Smoking aggravates diabetes, ulcers, high blood pressure, Burger’s disease, and galucoma, and may help cause osteoporosis (thinning of the bones), smaller babies, miscarriages, stillbirths, and lung cancer.
When smoking the heartbeat increases, increasing the load on the heart which increases the blood pressure. The heart requires more oxygen, however the carbon monoxide from the cigarette forces the oxygen from the bloodstream, depriving the heart of the oxygen it needs.
Smoking in the presence of non-smokers causes tearing of the eyes, constriction of the mucous membraines of the nose, as well as constriction of the blood vessels. Non-smokers are affected by the tar, nicotine, and carbon monoxide and the other poisons in the smoke. Children are particularly affected and can cause irritability and lowered motivation eg in school work.
Any other drug or other substance that caused this many harmful effects would be made illegal.
To cut down in order to give up usually ends up unsuccessful – the body has its brutish demands for at least 10 a day (as explained above). And each time the effort fails, the addiction becomes even more deeply entrenched, followed by depression and a lack of self-respect, and also a feeling that he or she will fail in other facets of life as well. Only 3% of smokers are able to stop smoking on their own. We want you to be one of those 3%. This is how:
The 5 Point Fix
First you need your own motivations. You know what they are and why. Next you need a diet that keeps your blood sugar stable: a high fiber carbohydrate diet with adequate protein eaten in 6 smaller meals (rather than 3 large meals). All food should be unrefined and slow to digest. Dried fruit, fruit juices and veg juice are all rapidly absorbable and should only be consumed in moderation, and with a handful nuts, or some cottage cheese or yoghurt. Dilute fruit juices with 80% water. This will prevent the ups and downs of your body which desires its ‘hit’. High fluid intake is essential to help overcome this nicotine craving and detoxy the body. Reduce coffee drinking to 1 cup a day. Have sweat baths or saunas daily in the detoxification regimen to get the nicotine poison out of your system. Start regular exercise and take up a sport you like to improve your oxygen intake and immune resistance and general health. Do some deep relaxtion exercise, eg meditation, listening to soft, soothing music with closed eyes, visualisation, yoga postures; start with just 5 minutes twice daily. Throughout this regime (remember you’re a 3 percenter!) take SmokeLess Tonic. This containsa high poportion of Lobelia (Indian Tobacco) which contains lobeline, which is very similar to nicotine and is non-addictive but it will trick your body into thinking it is getting its fix. Once you have broken the habit you can stop SmokeLess Tonic. The tonic also contains other important herbs to help in your detoxification programme: liver and lung detoxifiers, immune stimulants, stress relaxants, energizers. You carry the SmokeLess Tonic around with you wherever you go, taking little sips regularly and whenever you want to light up. Along with the SmokeLess Tonic you can also use our ABC Herbal Smoking Mixture which also contains a high proportion of Lobelia – but whatever you do, do not mix it with tobacco; this will defeat the purpose and make the habit/addiction much more difficult to break.
SmokeLess Tonic does work very well – takes the edge off of the cravings. Many thanks. Janet
Alan, your ‘regime’ was just what I needed. I had been in a smokey corner for a very long time. I followed your general directions and believed in me for a change. I changed my lifestyle and bad eating habits. I now love getting out into the country and have taken up bird watching (I have always loved birds), and who wants to smoke in the fresh air?! It’s all working, it’s been hard often but with your SmokeLess medicine I’m sure it was a lot easier than it might have been. I’ve kicked the habit and proud of it. Thank you for all your advice and help. J. Williamson.
Dear Mr. Hopking,
Many thanks for your attention to my repeat order. I have found your ABC Smoking Mix remarkable, not only in that it stopped me smoking for 5 days without effort, but also in its pleasant flavour and aroma. It rolls easily by hand, machine or tube-packer and burns better than some cigarettes!
Although I could still feel withdrawal symptoms from nicotine these were insignificant as, instead of frustrated craving, I could just have a “cigarette”, which not only alleviated the symptoms (both directly and by placebo effect) but had a pleasant, mildly relaxing effect in itself, which my wife described as “like a relaxed, sunny afternoon”.
My only problem is that my wife and two friends are smoking mine – good thing it’s cheaper than tobacco, too!
Alan, I still cannot believe it, but your marvelous program worked for me. I smoked my last cigarette last September 22, 2005. I have wasted so much money over 40 yrs. of smoking and trying to give it up. Free At Last!!!
Every day also take a spoon of ABC Daily Herbal NutriPowder Plus