Top positive review
40 people found this helpful
on 29 January 2014
I was a smoker for 6 years and if I'm honest I didn't think I would ever quit - the thought of quitting was not possible but I noticed problems with my breathing and my teeth starting to turn yellow and so I decided to give NRT a try.
I tried patches which made me feel sick and didn't really take away the craving, I tried the gums which were ok but tasted foul then I tried this. When you first have it it's incredibly strong - side effects may include sick feeling and increase of saliva in mouth as well as some form of headrush. Definite effects include an extreme burning in the throat.
My advice spray under the tongue rather than in your throat (TRUST ME)
I will say this. The spray works and once you become accustomed to it you will love it. The taste is lovely and minty and honest to god it stops your cravings for cigarettes (not completely at the start but it does reduce the amount to begin with). I cut down using the spray before giving up cigs all together but the only downside was I became addicted to the spray!
I can't stress how addictive this spray is but in the long term its better to be addicted to the spray then to carry on smoking cigs. It took me 6-7 months to give up the spray after I quit smoking and now I am cigarette and nicotine free.
Long story short.. I have given up smoking and I have Quickmist to thank for it.
I hope this helps anyone reading, I highly recommend you give it a try, absolutely disgusting at first but once you become used to it; it really does help reduce cravings for cigs.