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NicoBloc99 is Unique

NicoBloc99 Helps block harmful Cancer causing Tar from your cigarette

NicoBloc99 Blocks Nicotine in the cigarette filter

NicoBloc99 Traps the tar that causes cancer

NicoBloc99 The taste of your cigarette does not change

NicoBloc99 Smokers may see their morning cough lowered

NicoBloc99 Gradually lowers the nicotine level in your blood and thus reduce cravings

NicoBloc99 Is a must for anyone who smokes

NicoBloc99 No Known Side Effects

NicoBloc99 One Bottle lasts a 20 a day smoker up to two weeks

I want to quit smoking for good

Is it a good idea to take vitamin supplements when giving up?

Cigarette smoking depletes the body of vitamin C. Some doctors suggest that as part of the process of giving up smoking you increase your intake of citrus fruits such as oranges and grapefruit or that you take a vitamin C supplement. Vitamin C also helps the body get rid of nicotine more quickly. Check with your GP or Pharmacist.

What is cigarette tar?

Tar is a sticky brown substance that forms when tobacco smoke cools and condenses. About 80% of this tar is deposited in the lungs and many of the substances in tar are known to cause cancer. Irritants in tar also damage the lungs by causing narrowing of the bronchioles, coughing, an increase in mucus and damage to the small hairs (cilia) which help protect the lungs from dirt and infection.

What is nicotine?

Nicotine is a colorless, oily chemical which is one of the most powerful poisons known. If the amount of nicotine from 3 cigarettes was placed on the tongue or injected into a person, they would be killed stone dead.

Nicotine is the addictive element in smoking, takes only 7 seconds to reach the brain from the lungs (which is twice as fast compared to injecting nicotine into your arm) and is more additive than heroin or cocaine. It has undesirable effects on the heart, blood pressure and digestive system through the increased production of adrenaline. Nicotine is also used as an insecticide.

I am having difficulty applying the second or third drop of NicoBloc into the filter of my cigarette.

When applying two or three drops to the cigarette, it is important that the process for applying one drop is repeated two or three times rather than putting on double or treble drops at the same time.

It helps to make the indentation deeper and to allow the previous drop to soak in before applying the next drop.

Also, sealing your lips around the filter and giving a quick forceful puff in between applying the drops can also help.

If 3 drops of NicoBloc reduces tar & nicotine by 99%, would 4 or 5 eliminate it altogether?

It is probably true that 4 or 5 drops of NicoBloc would approach eliminating tar and nicotine by 100%. However, with this much NicoBloc in the filter, the cigarette would be more difficult to smoke and would probably reduce a smokers desire to keep with the program, so that the end result might be less cessation rather than more cessation.