So I’m 6 days on electronic cigarette today, I’ve worn a low dose patch occasionally to help with the moods, and snuck a butt or 2, but I’m in the process of transitioning to e-cig only. A nicotine vaporizer, “vapeing”.
I got this great email from my mom, it must be where I get my obsessive compulsive need to research and educate myself about anything that crosses my path! She’s a detailed researcher too. Read on…
” Hi, just did a quick search on the net about help to quit smoking…lots out there. I understand the electric cig is good. Good for you! See below for more info. on things to help. Lots of good energy coming your way. Sorry I could not reach you last weekend. Hugs to you and Andrew and Baxter and the catz…. xoxoxo
Take grape seed extract to repair lung damage.
Smoking breaks down vitamin C therefore it is very important to take 5,000-20,000 mg. of vitamin C a day.
Vitamin E is a very important antioxidant needed to repair cell damage cause by smoke.
Vitamin A helps repair the mucus membranes which are damaged by smoking.
For cravings take cayenne desensitizes the respiratory linings to tobacco and chemical irritants. It’s an antioxidant that stabilizes lung membranes preventing damage. The warm peppery taste reduces cigarette cravings.
Ginger and lobelia prevent nausea and helps quitting reduces anxiety ginger produces perspiration which helps to shed toxins generated from smoking.
Lobelia Relieves withdrawal, including irritability, hunger, poor concentration. It contains alkaloids similar to those in nicotine, occupies same brain receptor sites and exerts nicotine like effects without the damage that nicotine causes, this reduces cravings, and creates aversion.
Oats reduce or eliminate tobacco cravings, also, they reduce number of cigarettes desired even in those people not trying to quit.
–Visualize joy, gratitude, peace, abundance, and free energy world wide! Namaste, D”
She’s so cool!
Love you mom,
UPDATE: I’m still on e-cigarette, but I had to stop using the low dose nicotine patch. It was starting to give me a red, puffy rash underneath it for up to 3 days after I removed them. (Nasty)