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About Nicotine and Nicotine Addiction

Your body wants you to quit smoking, but your brain won’t let you. That’s because the continued use of nicotine has literally “rewired” your brain to accept and respond to the drug. You feel as though you need more as soon as its effects wear off.

Nicotine does this by interfering with the reward pathways of your brain, stimulating neurons to release dopamine, the feel-good neurotransmitter, while also releasing glutamate, a neurotransmitter involved in memory. Thus, nicotine not only makes you feel good, but it makes you remember that those good feelings were the result of a cigarette, leaving you caught in a vicious, smoke-filled cycle.

A nicotine addiction can be quite a difficult addiction to break. It has even been compared to heroin addiction in terms of its hold on the brain and the body. This is why some people become addicted to the nicotine gum or patches they use to quit smoking. NicRX, on the other hand, is nicotine-free.

NicRX Works to Ease the Pain of Cravings

NicRX contains lobelia, also known as Indian tobacco, an herb that is thought to produce similar effects to nicotine on the brain, but that isn’t habit-forming. Lobelia has long been used to help ease the pain of nicotine and cigarette cravings. And because NicRX is nicotine-free, you can increase your dosage as necessary (within the dosage guidelines described on the label of the product).

In addition to lobelia, NicRX contains herbal ingredients that will help transition you to a smoke-free life by:

  • Helping to cleanse your body’s systems
  • Working to elevate immune response
  • Aiding in purifying your body
  • Jumpstarting the new, healthy you!

For a closer look at how NicRX works, visit the How it Works page.