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Nicotinell 2mg Lozenges 144 box. In store and online @ Superdrug £10.83
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Nicotinell 2mg Lozenges 144 box. In store and online @ Superdrug £10.83

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Posted 24th Dec 2019

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Normally £16 a box and if you're like me any savings on these are appreciated. I've been stopped smoking 2-3 year but have been using the lozenges instead, cheaper than smoking and a lot better for your health.
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(I know I'm pointing out the obvious but) They are much better for your health than cigs, but also highly addictive too. I used lozenges to quit smoking about two decades ago. Pretty effective, used them for a couple of years, and then quit nicotine completely. Then, about maybe 10 years or so ago, we went through a period of trauma and I found my partner was back using nicotine gum. Because of the stress I started borrowing them. I didn't like the gum though so I started buying the lozenges again. A decade on I'm still using the blasted things. No real health issues, that I am aware of, from using them, but I hate being enslaved to anything, and this spring I will quit forever. If you want to stop smoking then I would suggest at least trying to go cold turkey, and see how it goes. You might find it easy. Lozenges, compared to smoking, are too flaming easy to consume, and then you might find less incentives to quit for ever. Sod bloomin nicotine and it's slavery!
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(I know I'm pointing out the obvious but) They are much better for your health than cigs, but also highly addictive too. I used lozenges to quit smoking about two decades ago. Pretty effective, used them for a couple of years, and then quit nicotine completely. Then, about maybe 10 years or so ago, we went through a period of trauma and I found my partner was back using nicotine gum. Because of the stress I started borrowing them. I didn't like the gum though so I started buying the lozenges again. A decade on I'm still using the blasted things. No real health issues, that I am aware of, from using them, but I hate being enslaved to anything, and this spring I will quit forever. If you want to stop smoking then I would suggest at least trying to go cold turkey, and see how it goes. You might find it easy. Lozenges, compared to smoking, are too flaming easy to consume, and then you might find less incentives to quit for ever. Sod bloomin nicotine and it's slavery!
VDisillusioned24/12/2019 23:53

(I know I'm pointing out the obvious but) They are much better for your …(I know I'm pointing out the obvious but) They are much better for your health than cigs, but also highly addictive too. I used lozenges to quit smoking about two decades ago. Pretty effective, used them for a couple of years, and then quit nicotine completely. Then, about maybe 10 years or so ago, we went through a period of trauma and I found my partner was back using nicotine gum. Because of the stress I started borrowing them. I didn't like the gum though so I started buying the lozenges again. A decade on I'm still using the blasted things. No real health issues, that I am aware of, from using them, but I hate being enslaved to anything, and this spring I will quit forever. If you want to stop smoking then I would suggest at least trying to go cold turkey, and see how it goes. You might find it easy. Lozenges, compared to smoking, are too flaming easy to consume, and then you might find less incentives to quit for ever. Sod bloomin nicotine and it's slavery!



I would 100% agree with the above. Felt like rubbish for 2 weeks going cold turkey, but much better than spending on these for an eternity. These are good as a transition between smoking and using nothing.
VDisillusioned24/12/2019 23:53

(I know I'm pointing out the obvious but) They are much better for your …(I know I'm pointing out the obvious but) They are much better for your health than cigs, but also highly addictive too. I used lozenges to quit smoking about two decades ago. Pretty effective, used them for a couple of years, and then quit nicotine completely. Then, about maybe 10 years or so ago, we went through a period of trauma and I found my partner was back using nicotine gum. Because of the stress I started borrowing them. I didn't like the gum though so I started buying the lozenges again. A decade on I'm still using the blasted things. No real health issues, that I am aware of, from using them, but I hate being enslaved to anything, and this spring I will quit forever. If you want to stop smoking then I would suggest at least trying to go cold turkey, and see how it goes. You might find it easy. Lozenges, compared to smoking, are too flaming easy to consume, and then you might find less incentives to quit for ever. Sod bloomin nicotine and it's slavery!


Yeah I agree, they are just as addictive but its only thing I've found that stopped me needing a cigarette, the only thing is I honestly think my nicotine cravings are more prevalent now with the amount of these I tend to go through and I can't just seem to go without something.
I know you're supposed to reduce the strength of the lozenge and then the amount you're using but if you're someone who just cant stop smoking cold turkey replacing it with these is definitely the preferable solution.
Gave up smoking in Feb 2009 but still addicted to nicotine.
Neophyte25/12/2019 00:12

Yeah I agree, they are just as addictive but its only thing I've found …Yeah I agree, they are just as addictive but its only thing I've found that stopped me needing a cigarette, the only thing is I honestly think my nicotine cravings are more prevalent now with the amount of these I tend to go through and I can't just seem to go without something. I know you're supposed to reduce the strength of the lozenge and then the amount you're using but if you're someone who just cant stop smoking cold turkey replacing it with these is definitely the preferable solution.



Also there is that thing of once you stop one addiction you only swap it for something else just to fill that void a lot us have and there are worse things to be addicted to unless you're one of those who get addicted to keeping fit and I've not found that to ever be the case with me
Neophyte25/12/2019 00:28

Also there is that thing of once you stop one addiction you only swap it …Also there is that thing of once you stop one addiction you only swap it for something else just to fill that void a lot us have and there are worse things to be addicted to unless you're one of those who get addicted to keeping fit and I've not found that to ever be the case with me


Not sure what I filled my 15 year, or so, nicotine addiction with when I went cold turkey from it in the early part of this century, after using lozenges. And I'm not sure what will fill it when I quit lozenges again next year, I suspect it will again be actually not a lot required. Keeping fit though is a bloomin good idea whether you are a recovering nicotine addict or not. Gonna try and push that myself a little harder this coming year too.
These are by far the best tasting lozenges, used them myself for two or three years, vaping now instead, much cheaper but going to order couple of boxes of these as I kinda miss them

Edit to add: Boots own Brand are very similar to these, if not the actual same ones, and cheaper usually.
Edited by: "Fermanta" 25th Dec 2019
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