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Nutural Remedies to help you quit smoking

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Chamomile Tea











 
Testimony:

My Grandma had a problem with smoking.
She started drinking chamonile tea when she felt a craving coming on. Soon with the 30 Day Elimination Process, to break a habit the tea help breack the habit and clean out her system of the harmful toxins found in ciggarettes.

By Ms. Angiee Villalobos

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1. Ginseng

Ginseng has been used for thousands of years to improve the overall health of human being. In the first Chinese book of herbs, the Pen Tsao Ching (The Classic of Herbs), written by the famous Emperor Shen Nung, to whom the discovery of tea was attributed, Ginseng was recommended for enlightening the mind and increasing wisdom. Ginseng was taken as a tonic for the whole body, and believed to cure lethargy, arthritis, impotence, senility, and many other conditions.

In terms of modern scientific research, ginseng is known to be an adaptogen. Adaptogens are substances that assist the body to restore itself to health and work without side effects even if the recommended dose is widely exceeded. Ginseng due to its adaptogens effects is widely used to lower cholesterol, increase energy and endurance, reduce fatique and effects of stress and prevent infections.

Ginseng appears to help people with diabetes. A limited study performed in March 2000 at the University of Toronto showed that ginseng could lower blood sugar 20% more than placebo.

Ginseng is one of the most effective anti-aging supplements. It can alleviate some major effects of aging, such as degeneration of the blood system, and increase mental and physical capacity.

Other important benefits of ginseng is its support in cancer treatment and its effects on sports performance.


2. St. John's Wort

What is St. John's Wort? St. John's Wort, also known has hypericum perforatum, Tipton's Weed, or Klamath Weed, is a yellow flowering herb. It contains a number of potent compounds such as hyperforin and hypericin that exhibit antidepressant, antibacterial, anti-viral, anti-inflammatory and antioxidant properties.


3. Peppermint 

Peppermint is inexpensive and can help individuals quit smoking by settling upset stomachs caused by nicotine cravings. Peppermint tea is great for treating digestive issues such as bloating, gas, and nausea, sore throats, colds and toothaches. In fact, many individuals choose to chew on peppermint flavoured gum when they are trying to quit smoking. The strong scent and taste of peppermint helps to deter individuals from wanting a cigarette.

4. Cayenne pepper

Cayenne pepper, by weight, is relatively high in vitamin A. It also contains vitamin B6, vitamin E, vitamin C, riboflavin, potassium and manganese.[6] However, given the very small amount of cayenne pepper typically consumed in a serving, it makes a negligible contribution to overall dietary intake of these nutrients. Cayenne pepper is also claimed to be a male aphrodisiac because it contains capsaicin which can increase blood flow to all parts of the human body.

Many questions persist about the thermal value of cayenne. Canadian natives have used cayenne in their boots as a guard against sub-zero temperatures.

"The present study has shown an increase in the dermal blood flow induced by topical application capsaicin on the human forearm using laser"
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5. Ginger
Ginger is a tropical plant that belongs to Ginger family (Zingiberaceae), a plant family that also includes turmeric, cardamom, and galangal. Ginger plant is originated in Southeast Asian and mainly cultivated for its rhizomes (roots) which are used as a spice in Asian cuisine.

However, its healing properties did not go unnoticed in China and in India, where ginger is used today to cure various diseases and health problems. The health benefits of ginger include the following:

  1. Aids in digestion
    Ginger root and ginger oil are probably the best herbs for digestion. They are often used for treating abdominal pain, dyspepsia, colic, cramps, diarrhea, indigestion, and bowel or stomach related problems. Ginger tea is also used to relieve stomach problems and helps increase one’s appetite.

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6. Lobelia 

Lobelia is a non-addictive herb that has been known for centuries among native American communities as being an effective treatment for respiratory and viral disorders. Lobelia acts in a way similar to nicotine, in that the nicotinic receptors in the brain are stimulated by lobeline (an alkaloid of lobelia, which is similar in structure to nicotine). Lobelia, in a way, parks itself at these receptor sites, and thus blocks nicotine from activating them, and thus reduces the effect of nicotine in the brain from smoking, and reduces the “reward” associated with smoking. Gradually reducing the amount of cigarettes you smoke each day in addition with taking lobelia when the urge to smoke becomes impossible to resist is one way that you can kick your nicotine habit

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