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Anybody used Cytisine
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Has anybody used Cytisine to give up smoking, is it an anti depressent, doesn't sound as 'natural' as it was made out to be. Side effects? ## Cytisine, also known as baptitoxine and sophorine, is a toxic alkaloid that occurs naturally in several plant genera, such as Laburnum and Cytisus. It is said to have a mechanism of action similar to the effect of nicotine, but with rather low toxicity. It can substitute nicotine substance. I actually came across a pretty informative article on Cytisine, explaining where it comes from, what side effects to expect and so forth. You can view it by following the link below: usatoday30.usatoday.com/news/health/story/health/story/2011-10-01/Study-Cheap-drug-helps-smokers-quit/50619634/1 I don't think it's quite as natural as it'...
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Where can i buy Cytisine in Nampa, Idaho
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Where can I buy cytisine strips in Nampa, Idaho? I want to stop smoking (actually I need to stop smoking). I have a surgery that needs to be done on my back and they want no nicotine in my body whatsoever. So please send me some information on this. I basically want to know if it is a nicotine free alternative to smoking because I cannot use Nicorette or the patches since they contain nicotine. I will be blood tested to make sure there is no nicotine in my body before my procedure.
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Cytisine smoking
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I have been smoking for about 45 years easy never stopped, want to stop. This sounds very helpful nothing has worked so far. I take 1 high blood pressure and gabapentin 800 mg 4 times aday ( not diebetic). How would i find out about being able to take this with my other meds.
Updated 2 months ago.
 
Cytisine
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Where can I buy Cytisine? ## Cytisine is a nicotinic acetylcholine receptor agonist, and as a pharmaceutical preparation, it is available for the treatment of nicotinism. It has been available in former socialist economy (FSE) countries for more than 40 years as an aid to smoking cessation under the brand name Tabex produced by the Bulgarian pharmaceutical company Sopharma AD. Since it is a pharmaceutical preparation, this is something you would need to ask your doctor about writing a prescription for. I wouldn't know however if it is available in your area, but any local pharmacy will be able to tell you if they have it or can-have-it ready for you, provided you have a valid prescription. ## how effective has this been? what is the cost? where can it be purchased? not available at ...
Updated 4 months ago.
 
cytisine 8mg strips and symbicort spiriva drug interactions
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I have COPD and Emphysema I would like to quit smoking this time so I ordered TBX-FREE but the box says not to use if you have depression or asthma. When I asked my Pulmonologist, he wouldn't even look at the box. Just asked if it was prescribed by a Doctor. I have taken Chantix twice both time quitting within 2 wks, first time for 1 year and the next time for a few short months, with no ill effects. I have used wellbutrin and nicotine patch that didn't help at all. ## I tried chantix twice, the first time had bad headaches and stomach aches so I stopped and got a refund. The second time was earlier this year (2016). I took it for the first 2 weeks and had slight side effects but no difference in my smoking urges! I'm not a "cold turkey" kind of person and I'm wi...
Updated 5 months ago.
 



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