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Smoking Addiction Herbal Treatment, Prevention, Symptoms, Causes, Cured By

Repertory
General Name
Smoking Addiction
Medical Name
Nicotine Addiction
Hindi Name
Cigret Peene Ki Adat
Smoking Addiction Symptoms
Cough
Weakness
Chest Pain
Weight Loss
Frequent colds
Abdominal Pain
Blood In Urine
Shortness of Breath
Difficulty in swallowing
Desire to smoke all the time
 

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Description

Smoking Addiction is a disease of the Psyche.
The patient desires to smoke all the time.
It is the Nicotine in the tobacco of the cigarette that produces the addiction. Nicotine is colorless. It is toxic. It is an alkaloid. It contains carbon, hydrogen and nitrogen. It is found in cigarettes, cigars, chewing tobacco, pipe tobacco. Nicotine creates a false euphoria. The psyche gets affected. Dopamine is released. Dopamine produces a feelings of pleasure. When this poison reduces in the body, the user gets restless and wants more. This is addiction.
The nicotine destroys the lungs and will eventually cause cancer.

Causes of Smoking Addiction
Low esteemed individuals showing off to peers.

If not treated properly, Smoking addiction
Anorexia
Lungs Cancer
Heart Diseases
Gastrointestinal problems
Chronic Bronchitis, Emphysema

Body Part(s)

Lungs
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Materia Medica for Smoking Addiction

Smoking Addiction General

Why it is hard to Quit Smoking?
Nicotine is a highly addictive substance found in Cigarette. When inhaled, nicotine directly travels to the brain and causes a feeling of relaxation. It acts as a stress reliever, enhances the mood and heart rate. However, these effects are only temporary. When the nicotine is eliminated by the body. The body begins to show symptoms:

Anxiety
Fatigue
Nausea
Diarrhea
Irritability
Insomnia
Headache
Drowsiness
Constipation
Depressed Mood
Poor Concentration

The craving for another cigarette arises. The person smokes another cigarette to overcome the symptoms. Thus, he gets trapped in the vicious cycle.

Overcoming the Nicotine addiction
Plantago Major is a herbal remedy for quitting the nicotine addiction. When Plantago Major is inhaled or ingested it creates a natural aversion to the tobacco. It even provides relief from symptoms due to tobacco addiction like Insomnia and Depression.

Daphne Indica (Spurge Laurel) relieves from the nicotine craving. It is a crude remedy; it wants a person to smoke. But when a person smokes, it makes him vomit.
Single Herb

Peppermint for Smoking Addiction

Prepare a tea of Peppermint leaves. Take two times a day.

Slippery Elm for Smoking Addiction

Take a half teaspoon of slippery elm tea after lunch or take it as an infusion or capsules.
Or: Purchase Slippery Elm capsule from the market. Have One capsule per day.

Liqorice for Smoking Addiction

Chew the roots of Licorice.

Sweet Flag ( Ghorvach ) for Smoking Addiction

Chew the dried root. It may cause mild Nausea.

Common Marshmallow ( Khatami ) for Smoking Addiction

Prepare a leaf tea of Common Marshmallow ( Khatami ). Take two times a day.
Or: Purchase capsules of Common Marshmallow ( Khatami ) from the market. Take two capsules two times a day.

Daphne Indica for Smoking Addiction

Daphne Indica helps to expel Nicotine from the body and relieves the Nerve Tension. It prevents irritability and reduces the craving for tobacco.
Take one dose of homeopathic Daphne Indica 200. ( One Dose Only )

Black Pepper Essential Oil for Smoking Addiction

Black Pepper Essential Oil eliminate tobacco cravings. Diffuse Black Pepper Essential Oil in your home or in the area where you spend most of the time.

Cream of Tartar for Smoking Addiction

Take 1 tbsp of Cream of Tartar in powdered form. Mix it half glass of Orange juice. Drink it for 15 days. It expels nicotine and toxins from the Body. It helps to fight off cravings and clears the Lungs.
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Queries on Smoking Addiction
David robinson
21 Apr 2015
Are there any cure for Ganja addiction?
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Larry Brown
06 Sep 2016
Ganja is not addictive so no cure needed.
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