Smoke Remedy Review

By on December 4, 2010

In this Smoke Remedy review, we’ll take a look at what the product promises, what’s in it, and if it may actually work. We’ll tell it to you straight, not try to sell you on a product you don’t need.

Despite the rapid decline in the popularity of smoking over the past decade or two, there are still millions of smokers out there who desperately want to quit. With regulations causing the habit to be more expensive and inconvenient than ever, it stands to reason that there is even more incentive to quit smoking.

But there is a problem: smoking is addictive. It’s not as simple as putting down the cigarette and saying, “Never again!” Cigarettes contain nicotine, which can produce a reaction in our brain that causes us to want it even more. It’s a vicious cycle that can usually only be broken by direct intervention. Most “stop smoking” remedies don’t work, but Smoke Remedy’s homeopathic approach looks promising.

Does Smoke Remedy Work?

The Smoke Remedy method is two-fold. First, it seeks to alleviate and eventually eliminate your desire for cigarettes by providing you with an all-natural alternative. The spray you use whenever you feel a crave is composed of purified water, potassium sorbate, plantago major, staphysagria, nux vomica, kali phosphoricum, eugenia jambosa, daphne indica, caladium seguinum, and avena sativa. In other words, a bunch of stuff you can find at your local health and fitness store. While you could go out and buy all this yourself for possibly similar results, Smoke Remedy seems much easier and less costly.

The second thing Smoke Remedy addresses is the dreaded “hand-to-mouth” sensation, i.e. the need you feel when you are addicted to put a cigarette in your mouth. You’ve probably heard about people who quit smoking and then gain a lot of weight because they eat more. This is because they replace their cigarettes with food. With Smoke Remedy, you replace the cigarette with a spray bottle. Whenever you feel the craving for a cigarette, you give yourself a spray with one of Smoke Remedy’s little spray bottles. It seems like a pretty solid psychological step to take, and users have stated that it really works as a good substitute.

While some may roll their eyes at homeopathic, all-natural solutions, I for one am glad to see more companies embracing the idea. We put enough garbage in our bodies already, so instead of combatting one man-made chemical with another another, try using something from nature instead. From all appearances, Smoke Remedy seems to be a good product.

Smoke Remedy Cost

Smoke Remedy has a free trial offer where you can use the program for 30 days. It looks like they need to clarify their price and shipping policy a bit on their website, but from what I understand you are looking at $19.95 per month after that and they state that most smokers find that they are off cigarettes for good within months. What this means in terms of dollars you will spend is a bit unclear, but given that most smokers will spend $5-$10 per day on cigarettes easily (or $150-$300 per month), this is a small price to pay.

So for my dollar, I’d say that if you are looking to quit smoking, you should give Smoke Remedy a shot. Spend your money on an all-natural stop smoking solution rather than those cancer sticks.

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3 Comments

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  2. Damon Gayden

    July 30, 2012 at 10:49 pm

    This is not a review, it’s an advertisement. It makes no critical evaluation of the manufacturers’ claims, and appears to endorse the implausible efficacy of homeopathy. In absence of any proof that it does work perhaps the authors could put forth a theory of how it could possibly work. I thought not.

  3. Jon

    August 4, 2012 at 1:32 pm

    Is this a review or a sales pitch? Do you earn commissions for the link to smoke remedy?

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