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NiQuitin Minis 1.5mg - Mint help you overcome the urge to smoke. These Niquitin minis are specially designed for on-the-go craving relief when you are trying to quit smoking. Pocket-sized packaging makes them easy to carry around, and for extra quick nicotine relief, these mints release their full dose 3x faster than other lozenges gums.
NiQuitin Minis 1.5mg - Mint are designed to give you extra fast relief and release their full dose 3x faster than regular lozenges gums. This strength is suitable if you smoke less than 20 cigarettes a day.
Product Available in 20 or 60 pack size
Quit smoking faster
- Convenient on-the-go craving relief
- Pocket-friendly size to carry with you
- Relieves cravings in minutes
- Dissolves fast in your mouth
- Acts 3x faster than other gum
How to Use
- Put one Niquitin Minis in your mouth and allow to dissolve fully. This should take around 10 minutes.
- Adults and children over 12 years and over: When stopping smoking straightaway, have a Niquitin Minis when you have an urge to smoke. Use 8 to 12 a day (maximum 15) for up to 6 weeks, then gradually phase out their use. Stop using Niquitin Minis when you are using 1 or 2 a day.
- Adults 18 years and over: If you are cutting down before stopping completely, have a Niquitin Minis instead of a cigarette when you feel a strong urge to smoke. Cut down your cigarettes by as many as possible. Quit as soon as you feel able, then follow the instructions for stopping smoking straightaway.
- If you are stopping smoking for short periods of time, have a Niquitin Minis instead of a cigarette when you feel a strong urge to smoke.
- Use Niquitin Minis every 1-2 hours.
- If you smoke 20 cigarettes or less a day then the 1.5 mg NiQuitin Mini is for you.
- If you smoke more than 20 cigarettes a day then go for the 4 mg NiQuitin Mini.
- Keep out of reach of children.
- Do not use if you are allergic to any of the ingredients.
- Do not use if you are a non-smoker or under the age of 12 years.
- Do not use if you are in a hospital because of heart problems unless your doctor tells you to.
- Consult a healthcare professional if you have serious liver or kidney disease; uncontrolled, overactive thyroid gland or phaeochromocytoma; stomach ulcers or other problems with your stomach or throat.
- Consult a healthcare professional if you are pregnant or breastfeeding.
Regardless of the means used, a variety of symptoms are known to be associated with quitting habitual tobacco use. These include emotional or cognitive effects such as dysphoria or depressed mood; insomnia; irritability, frustration or anger; anxiety; difficulty concentrating, and restlessness or impatience. There may also be physical effects such as decreased heart rate; increased appetite or weight gain, dizziness or presyncopal symptoms, cough, constipation.
1.5 mg nicotine
Sodium carbonate anhydrous
Taste Masking Flavour 031431
Peppermint Flavour 022173
Menthol Flavour 020184