11 Apr 2020
29 Apr 2020
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have been smoking for over 40 years and developed COPD then emphysema as a
result of long term smoking (thanks tobacco industry). With COVID now a possibility for anyone to
get, it will be rough on all smokers and especially those with upper
respiratory illnesses Throughout my lifetime, I had tried every options but unsuccessful due to either side effects or just
that they did not work. Those included Nicoderm patches, inhaler, Thrive,
pharmaceuticals like Zyban and Champax to mention a few.
Hospital told me about CRAVV when I went in for a lung xray and knew I had to try it. MADE IN CANADA and a natural product, What did I have to loose except the cost of one bottle. Much cheaper than smoking during the 25 days and less expensive than the other products.
It does say it can take up to 5 days to wean
off smoking, but it was almost immediate; first day taking CRAVV I had no
craving for cigarettes. No side effects and just a ting of withdrawal
that might come up once or twice a day and last for a few seconds. Very
easy to overcome.
Where has this product been and why has it not
been advertised more aggressively and readily available at pharmacies along side
Nicoderm and other smoking aids? Any product may work for some, but not for
everyone. We are all different. (I read on internet that it has been available in Europe for 40 years.)
I've completed the 25 days and have been smoke free for almost a month now and hope I can and will maintain it. I keep count of all the money I am saving as an incentive to forge ahead, But more important are the health benefits. I no longer cough, wheeze, run out of breath and stink like nasty stale tobacco. I haven't needed my inhalers much and hope I can stop those and save myself an additional $100/mth. Bonus!
This was probably the best time and the worst time to quite smoking. Stress of the pandemic would generally motives smokers to smoke more, yet I knew I had to quit immediately in case I got the virus.
Good luck to all of you who decide to try it after reading this post. I will keep an eye on this forum to see if any have been inspired.