by Nicorette |
Item # 274798
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Model # 775055 |

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About this item

  • Ice Mint flavor
  • Two packs of 100 piece Nicorette 2mg Gum
  • Reduce cravings for nicotine
  • Curb withdrawal symptoms from stopping smoking
  • Provides a controlled amount of nicotine
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You made the healthy decision to quit smoking like you have so many times before. You know from experience going cold turkey is not going to work for you. Using Nicorette® 2 mg Gum – White Ice Mint (100 ct, 2 pk) is an excellent way to help kick the nicotine cravings once and for all.

Can Nicorette 2 mg Gum - White Ice Mint Make You Sick?

Nicorette 2mg Gum should not make you sick if you use the product as instructed. However, if you misuse it or swallow the gum, you may experience nausea, stomach pains, or vomiting. Consult package for what to do if you consume excessive amounts of gum during use.

How Long Should You Use Nicotine Gum?

Nicorette 2mg Gum's purpose is to help you stop smoking. However, as it is nicotine-based, there is a chance that you may become addicted to it instead of the cigarettes. In theory, you should not use this product for longer than six months. If you are continuing to chew this product for more than six months after your last cigarette, speak with your doctor about other nicotine breaking habits you may try.

How Many Cigarettes a Day Does Nicorette 2 mg Gum – White Ice Mint Replace?

Nicorette mints and gums come in two levels of nicotine. The Nicorette 2 mg Gum – White Ice Mint is for people who do not crave their first cigarette of the day within 30 minutes of waking up. However, if you consume more than 20 cigarettes a day, you may consider starting with the 4 mg pieces and work your way down to the 2 mg pieces.

Can You Eat or Drink Before Using Nicorette Gum?

It would be best if you did not eat or drink anything for 15 minutes before using Nicorette. By eating or drinking, you may change the basic pH in your mouth which can inhibit the nicotine from absorbing properly into your bloodstream. It is best to wait to chew the gum to ensure proper absorption rates.

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