10 Home Remedies to Quit Smoking

10 Home Remedies to Quit Smoking

It is not easy to quit smoking, since tobacco creates a strong addiction. However, the damage caused to health (cancer of the lung, mouth, larynx, esophagus, gallbladder, kidney, pancreas, chronic bronchitis and emphysema) require smokers to reconsider the option to quit it.


Given the above, it is worth stopping smoking and, to achieve that goal, we show below some popular remedies for those who have decided to get rid of it.

Remedy to stop smoking # 1: Drink plenty of unsweetened fruit juice (such as apple and grape), eat vegetables (carrots, onions, celery, peas, beans, etc.)and take relaxing baths at night.

Remedy to stop smoking # 2: A natural remedy is to chew some ginger root (albeit a little bitter is very effective).

Remedy to stop smoking # 3: Take catnip tea which, according to tradition, reduces the desire to smoke.

Remedy to stop smoking # 4: Reduce consumption of meat, alcohol, coffee, sugar and white bread.

Remedy to stop smoking # 5: According to grandmothers, sucking clove is also quite effective to cut off addiction to tobacco or cigarettes.

Remedy to stop smoking # 6: Hypnosis is another natural method used to quit smoking, and is based on visualization, suggestion and relaxation.

Remedy to stop smoking # 7: Chew on a handful of soybeans, previously washed, whenever you feel the desire to smoke again.

Remedy to stop smoking # 8: Chew some bubble or chewing gum, but verify that it is sugarless so you don’t harm your teeth.

Remedy to stop smoking # 9: Include 1/2 teaspoon cayenne pepper on meals, because it is considered an ingredient that
reduces the desire to smoke.

Remedy to stop smoking # 10: Eat a handful of raw and peeled sunflower seeds when you feel the desire to light a cigarette.

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