When you quit smoking, nausea may strike. This can be combatted by using ginger in the form of tablets and capsules. Stomach nausea can be combatted by ingesting ginger tea as well. Don’t be tempted to choose cigarettes for relief. Choose the relief of quitting instead.
Nutrients containing vitamins A, C and E are amazing for coping with cravings and combating addiction. The vitamins check withdrawal symptoms and repair the body, giving it the nutrients it needs to counter the toxins and carcinogens that were generated in the body due to prior smoking habits.
A spoonful of Ginseng could be just what the doctor ordered when it comes to smoking cessation. Add ginseng to dishes and juices. Fight cravings by taking ginseng to rejuvenate and revitalize you.
#4 Grape Juice
Nitoctine is a potent toxin and the best way to flush it out is to hydrate yourself. Drinking grape juice daily serves to detox the body and cleanse the system. Conquer your addiction with a natural cure.
#5 Cayenne Pepper
Cayenne pepper is a natural remedy for smoking cessation. Try adding this red-hot spice to your food or water. How does the pepper stave off smoking? The herb works by desensitizing the respiratory systems to addictive substances like nicotine and tobacco.
#6 St John’s Wort
This herb reduces the urge to smoke. Research has found that 450 mg of St. John’s Worst capsules twice a day help to counter cravings and revitalize the body.
This can be taken to prevent smoke withdrawal such as hysteria, nerves or anxiety. It even works wonders for lung congestion and clears the airways.
This is one of the top herbs to relieve stress, anxiety, sleeplessness and agitation that results from loss of nicotine in the system.
Honey is a top remedy in handling smoking cessation. Beneficial vitamins, proteins and enzymes in this natural antiseptic heal the body and help to create a feeling of satiation that eases smoking cravings.
#10 Herbal Smokes
Try herbal cigarettes made of herbs like mint, licorice, cinnamon, cornsilk, clover or lemongrass. This should not be used for longer periods though as carcinogens can create a problem.
Lobelia contains lobeline reducing the impact of nicotine in the body such as the release of neurotransmitter dopamine. 20 to 50 drops of lobelia vinegar tincture thrice a day works wonders. Start with a low dose under a qualified herbalist. Note that those with heart disease or blood pressure should not opt for this herb.
This is a herb which is a demulcent and expectorant. So if you are looking to quit smoking naturally, the sweet herb will cope with the taste buds and kill the urge to smoke. This relieves smoker’s cough.
This is a tonic that balances the stress hormone cortisol and relieves fatigue, raising energy levels. Chewing on a small licorice stick can satiate the body and licorice root tea can work well too. But Licorice should not be taken by diabetics, BP patients, those with adrenal, kidney or liver diseases.
#13 Green Oats
Also known as Avena Sativa or wild oats, this herbal cure is perfect for those who want a lasting solution. A study found that green oats reduce the need for nicotine and ease the cravings and withdrawal. During the withdrawal phase, it also promotes detox. Green oats have a sedative and tonic impact on the systems. So if you are struggling to quit smoking, green oats can work out real well for you.
#14 Passion Flower
Counter restlessness and agitation by using passion flower tea, tincture or capsule to counter anxiety, irritation, fatigue, sleep problems and restlessness. Counter cravings using the passion flower as a herbal healer for your smoking worries. Bear in mind that pregnant and lactating women should not opt for this herbal cure.