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Many of the people today are smokers. Even the younger generation are becoming dependent to it. There are studies showing why people gets addicted to it. It is because of the nicotine in the cigarette smoke. Nicotine is said to be the addictive substance which you inhale every time you smoke.

Effects of nicotine to the body has linked to different cases of heart disease, lung complications and poisoning. It is said to be making you more addicted than the known illegal drugs because when inhaled it travels faster through the bloodstream passing through the lungs and reaches the brain in just 10 seconds.

According to some research, people start to smoke in their teens and becomes dependent as they age. The longer you have been smoking the harder it will be for you to quit. People has their own reasons why they smoke. For younger people out there, it has been their way to look mature and fit in to a specific group.

There has been a lot of studies and explanations about what smoking can do to one’s health, but despite of the many health complications you could get, there are still a lot of people who continues to use it. Adults tend to find it hard quitting despite of the health risks because according to some, smoking makes them feel relaxed whenever they’re in situations where they feel pressured or stressed.

It is true that this may be one of the most very difficult habit to break but there are ways which you can little-by-little get rid of your desire for smoke and as a result, it can help improve your health.

Here are some of the natural recipes that you can create to help you get rid of your desire for smoking:



  • 200ml chamomile tea
  • 5g oregano
  • 30g coconut
  • 30g olive oil
  • 30g jojoba oil
  • Orange
  • Grapefruit

How to prepare
Extract the juice from the orange and grapefruit and strain into a small container. Then add all the remaining ingredients and constantly stir until it is all well mixed.

How/When to use
Put a small amount of the mixture on a handkerchief or just under your nose whenever you feel like you want to smoke and deeply inhale.
This can help you to fight the feeling of stress and anxiety that normally comes when you decide to quit smoking. Its citrus juices are proven effective at stopping your cravings for nicotine and is more effective by the help of jojoba and olive oil.



  • A small pinch of cayenne pepper
  • 200ml water
  • 1g honey
  • .75g of crushed ginger.

How to prepare
On medium heat, bring to boil the water with the ginger and let it stand for about 5 minutes. After that, strain the water boiled with ginger and mix it with honey and cayenne.

How to use
Take this tea as your daily drink until such time you will no longer crave for cigarettes.
The feeling of being sick when you stop smoking is normal. The help of the ginger is to calm you while the cayenne pepper will reduce and eventually stop your cravings to cigarettes.


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FB reached Update : As of today Marc 5, 2016 -1Pm

Hey, great post you have given for quitting smoking. Tips are very helpful and effective. Smoking has a very negative impact on our oral health as the chemicals in cigarettes are in direct contact with our mouths and the structures within. It affects our senses of taste and smell and contributes to many oral health problems. It is very important to take a firm decision on quitting smoking habit before implementing the home remedies. The natural remedies are best answer on how to quit smoking? There are many fruits, herbs and vegetables that can help you in quitting smoking easily. Home remedies to quit smoking are easy to apply and it has no side effects. The cayenne pepper has anti irritant and anti inflammatory properties. It is widely used to prevent lung cancer, which is common in smokers. It is a great detoxifying agent and the best substitute or supplement for smoking. Hope these tips will surely help you.

Thank you.



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