It is very easy to get addicted to smoking but it is quite harder to kick off this habit. Aromatherapy treatment with Essential Oils cannot magically remove the cravings for tobacco in an instant but it plays a significant role in your effort to give up smoking and staying quit and can help overcome the craving to smoke.
For this to work well, you need to apply it onto the wrist that you normally hold the cigarette. Lift arm to inhale like you would with a cigarette and then put arm down like you would do a smoking action. Instead of smoking, you are inhaling. This tricks the brain into thinking you are smoking and thus satisfying the craving for nicotine. Repeat as often as needed.
PLEASE NOTE: This is not a substitute for nicotine patches or other quit smoking aids. This Oil blend is to help curb these cravings during your effort to quit.
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- Bergamot: Help stop cravings of nicotine
- Black Pepper: Inhalation of vapour from black pepper extract reduces smoking withdrawal symptoms and craving for cigarettes.
- Catnip: While catnip excites cats, it calms down humans. Catnip reduces anxiety and can help those suffering from insomnia. Since catnip is calming to the mind it can help take the edge off the first few days after quitting. Catnip is also helpful for calming digestive upset and alleviating headaches which can occur during the withdrawal period. Also help to reduce cravings for cigarettes.
- Cayenne pepper: one of the best natural remedies to stop smoking. It helps in desensitizing the respiratory system to all the addictive things, such as tobacco and nicotine. It also helps to lessen the craving for smoking.
- Clove: Used to numb toothache and reduce cravings.
- Ginger: One of the most common withdrawal symptoms of smoking is nausea, which can be easily eased up by taking ginger
- Ginseng: help reduce the craving to smoke. Ginseng is an effective remedy to prevent the release of dopamine, one of the main components found in nicotine.
- Hyssop: taken to lessen the smoke withdrawal symptoms, such as anxiety and hysteria. It is also useful in clearing out the lung congestion.
- Kava kava: can be used as a mild sedative for nervous tension and stress associated with quitting smoking. The active constituents in the roots, kava lactones, have relaxing and intoxicating properties.
- Licorice Stick: One of the most opted natural remedies to help refrain oneself from smoking
- Lobelia: help you to ease off nicotine and stop smoking tobacco. The lobeline in Lobelia , commonly known as Indian tobacco, acts much like nicotine although it is less potent the herb can help fool the body into thinking it has nicotine in the system. It helps to ease tension and calm the nerves, aiding those who are going through withdrawal symptoms.
- Motherwort: is one of the natural herbs to help quit smoking that is an effective sedative. It induces relaxation and tranquillity in times of anxiousness.
- Tobacco absolute: efficiently works in eradicating the mental stress, dullness, stress, emotional disturbance etc. by soothing your mind and effectively revitalizing your body and can work wonders in curbing the craving of smoking. This oil is extracted from Tobacco leaves by Alcohol Method. Tobacco plant is botanically known as Nicotiana tabacum, commonly known as Aztec tobacco, wild tobacco and Indian tobacco. In the extraction process nicotine, which is an offending element is removed making it is safe to use. The scent is very similar to that of tobacco so it helps to mimic tobacco without inhalation. Tricks the brain into thinking you have smoked a cigarette.
- Oats: is an age-old remedy used to quit smoking. Oats helps to flush out the harmful toxins from the body while lowering the craving for smoking. It also helps in easing up the withdrawal symptoms.
- Passionflower: is used to gently relax the mind/body
- Skullcap: help calm the nerves of those wishing to stop smoking.
- St. John’s Wort: This herb is useful in reducing the urge to smoke. Also has calming properties.
- Tumeric: helps the body to get rid of the toxin substances. It also nourishes and cleanses the body.
- Valerian: is without doubt the most widely recognized herbal sedative. Valerian is one of the best herbs to ease out smoking withdrawal symptoms, like stress, anxiety, restlessness and insomnia.