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Niquitin Stop smoking gum ONLY £1.00 @ Poundland!!!!

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8y, 10m agoFound 8 years, 10 months ago
Im not a smoker myself so i didnt look too closely at this in the shop, but thought that a pound sounded like a bargin!!!

They are also on off in boots, (i googled it to check £1 was a good deal before posting!!)but the cheapest i could see was £8.40.

They were def in date as i asked the lady at the til-this was in the Norwich store, not sure on the size of the pack, or flavour, but the box was about the size of an A6 piece of paper.

Cant add a link im afraid as their site seems to be down!-Sorry!
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banned#1
Wonder if its a cheap alternative to Niquitin

As that is a great price..
#2
isnt this probably just the small packs of 12?
#3
They were def the real thing :)
#4
I remember trying these once when I gave up smoking, they made me gag so bad that I spat out the gum, bought a can of pop and lit up a cig straight after...
Gave up on Zyban eventually, not had a cig for 6 years now.
#5
I bought Niquitin patches one day and I applied the first one as directed and I felt dizzy and sick all night. Haven't used it since. As for gum, I tried another brand and I had a hard time tasting food because it some how affected my tastebuds. So don't know if the same would happen to all brands of nicotin gums.

But for £1, that's very nice price.
#6
Saw them instore today (Sunday ) very good deal
#7
A product costing £1 in POUNDland? MADNESS! :P
#8
I stopped with Zyban, much cheaper than this, but if chewing is your thing........
#9
Evening

I got some of this today for my work (smoking cessation) it was the small packs (12 in pack) and 2 mg in strength. HTH

Sugar xxx
#10
If you're serious about giving up, go and see your doctor or Boots giving up service, pay £6 and get all the niquitin replacement products you need for free.
#11
Yep, only 12's - not a bad deal, but not hot. http://www.poundland.co.uk/pages/offers/health.aspx
#12
seen them in there months ago, must have started doing them again
#13
not sure if these are the latest type but in my summer job working in a pharmacy and we had a niquitin rep in with the gum, tasted very nice and just like normal gum, this was sample pack without nicotine but they are meant to taste the same.
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Doug356
I stopped with Zyban, much cheaper than this, but if chewing is your thing........


I tried Zyban and it made me depressed, funny when you consider that this drug was intended as an anti-depressant initially. :whistling:

Anyway this seems a good price if you feel you need some help in stopping, personally i've decided to quit quitting, seems the NHS still needs my tax money :x
#15
If you're serious about giving up, use hypnotherapy or go cold turkey with some decent re-education about the mechanisms of smoking (e.g. Allen Carrs book).

Nicotine Replacement Therapy is a money making farce on a par with cigarettes - how can replacing nicotine with nicotine be called a therapy? It does nothing to alter your perceptions, beliefs, motives and attitudes around smoking.

This might surprise you but NRT trials show only 17% success rates - with the placebo condition being 10%. So thats only 7% above placebo (a dummy patch for example - showing just how important the belief and desire to quit is). Out of those who do quit using NRT, 93% relapse within a year.

They are a short term solution, which keeps you going back and back again, paying out more and more to the pharmaceutical industry. And even if you do get it on the NHS, your taxes are still paying the massive surplus.

NRT advertising always says 'double your chances of quitting using NRT' which is a total lie - they are mistakenly calling the placebo condition of their trials 'cold turkey' which of course it isn't - placebo users know they are using a dummy and so of course they are going to smoke. Studies show the vast majority of smokers quit in the long term using cold turkey, followed closely by hypnosis or some other kind of behavioural intervention.
#16
this and a car adaptor. I love a bargain shame I don't smoke, but at least I wont want to now.
#17
Don't smoke myself (thank god and never have) but my sister is desperate to give up, so will pass this onto her.

Thanks, voted hot :thumbsup:
#18
rabbitmoon
If you're serious about giving up, use hypnotherapy or go cold turkey with some decent re-education about the mechanisms of smoking (e.g. Allen Carrs book).

Nicotine Replacement Therapy is a money making farce on a par with cigarettes - how can replacing nicotine with nicotine be called a therapy? It does nothing to alter your perceptions, beliefs, motives and attitudes around smoking.

This might surprise you but NRT trials show only 17% success rates - with the placebo condition being 10%. So thats only 7% above placebo (a dummy patch for example - showing just how important the belief and desire to quit is). Out of those who do quit using NRT, 93% relapse within a year.

They are a short term solution, which keeps you going back and back again, paying out more and more to the pharmaceutical industry. And even if you do get it on the NHS, your taxes are still paying the massive surplus.

NRT advertising always says 'double your chances of quitting using NRT' which is a total lie - they are mistakenly calling the placebo condition of their trials 'cold turkey' which of course it isn't - placebo users know they are using a dummy and so of course they are going to smoke. Studies show the vast majority of smokers quit in the long term using cold turkey, followed closely by hypnosis or some other kind of behavioural intervention.


HEAR HEAR. GET THE ALLEN CARR AUDIO BOOK INSTEAD OF THIS. I LISTENED TO IT OVER NEW YEAR AND I WISH I HAD 10 YEARS AGO.

NRT IS AS BIG A CON AS THE TOBACCO INDUSTRY AND OUR TAX HUNGRY GOVERNMENT.
#19
wierdowoss
Wonder if its a cheap alternative to Niquitin

As that is a great price..


it is Niquitin
^.^
#20
rabbitmoon
If you're serious about giving up, use hypnotherapy or go cold turkey with some decent re-education about the mechanisms of smoking (e.g. Allen Carrs book).

Nicotine Replacement Therapy is a money making farce on a par with cigarettes - how can replacing nicotine with nicotine be called a therapy? It does nothing to alter your perceptions, beliefs, motives and attitudes around smoking.

This might surprise you but NRT trials show only 17% success rates - with the placebo condition being 10%. So thats only 7% above placebo (a dummy patch for example - showing just how important the belief and desire to quit is). Out of those who do quit using NRT, 93% relapse within a year.

They are a short term solution, which keeps you going back and back again, paying out more and more to the pharmaceutical industry. And even if you do get it on the NHS, your taxes are still paying the massive surplus.

NRT advertising always says 'double your chances of quitting using NRT' which is a total lie - they are mistakenly calling the placebo condition of their trials 'cold turkey' which of course it isn't - placebo users know they are using a dummy and so of course they are going to smoke. Studies show the vast majority of smokers quit in the long term using cold turkey, followed closely by hypnosis or some other kind of behavioural intervention.


Agreed 100% ... I tried many things over the years including patches and gum, even going it cold turkey. Nothing worked longer than 3 months ever. The gum and patches just prolonged the agony really. In reality I'd not given up nicotine I suppose.
It's only after I read Allen Carr's book did I understand the reality of smoking. Once that's understood it's very easy to kick the habit. I think it's 4 years for me now and I don't miss it in the least. No cravings or anything. :-)

Take it out at your local library if anything ... and don't worry .. the book encourages you not to try quit before finishing the book kinda thing. So it takes away that fear many smokers have when taking the 1st step...

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