Herbal Stop Smoking Tea – Stop Smoking - Start Sipping
Quit Tea is a natural quit smoking aid that helps with the full range of the problems associated with quitting smoking. This herbal quit smoking tea helps reduce anxiety and stress caused by nicotine withdrawal, suppress appetite to reduce weight gain common with quitting smoking, detoxify the body, and improve lung function. Quit Tea has been shown to help 17% quit smoking, high for any smoking cessation aid. Try Quit Tea, the natural stop smoking remedy, create a new healthy, attractive habit and lifestyle.
Quit Tea Will Help You:
- Reduce Anxiety & Relieve Stress
- Suppress Appetite & Increase Energy
- Detoxify the Body
- Restore Lung Function
Each box contains 20 tea bags.
How to Use Quit TeaSimple Directions For Using Quit Tea To Help Quit Smoking
Quit Tea is a simple idea, a herbal tea can help everyone quit smoking by reducing the side effects of withdrawal while replacing an unhealthy habit with a healthy one.
Real smoking cessation comes from cutting of the consumption of nicotine. Studies have shown that it takes the body 5 to 6 weeks to get over a physical addiction to nicotine and Quit Tea is meant to be used during this period after making the decision to quit as a quit-smoking aid.
Quit Tea is easy to use:
Quit SmokingSTEP #2
For the next 6 to 12 weeks, whenever you have the craving to smoke make a cup of Quit Tea and start sipping.STEP #3
After your cravings subside keep drinking some herbal Tea and keep up your new healthy lifestyle.
Sometimes the more difficult hurdle to quitting is the psychological addiction because smoking has become a habit that involves a break from stressful daily activities. Quit Tea is meant to substitute that habit. Making the Tea takes time away from normal activities, boiling water, steeping the tea and sipping away provides that break.
This habit of drinking tea is life long healthy habit that should be continued after completely quitting smoking. Eventually you will not need Quit Tea (but you may want to keep drinking it!!) and you could switch to green, black, or other herbal teas.
Reviews of Quit TeaFeedback From People Who Have Use Quit Tea To Successfully Quit SmokingHere are just a few of the things others have said about Quit Tea.
"I purchased Quit Tea in July, 2011 I have been smoke free since July 18th, 2011" Janis Lewis, Manchester, MI
"I take Quit Tea with me everywhere, in the car, to work, walking around. And I have finally stopped smoking." Kelly Miller, Boston, MA
"I am doing much better, thank God! My cravings are reduced by about 75% now. Occasionally I get cravings, but not like I did in the first 3 weeks. They are diminishing with each week. And I still have not gained any weight." Anita Frost, Detroit, MI
"I really love Quit Tea and accredit my quitting to drinking this tea." Liz Perreault, Burlington, VT
"My Strongest craving for cigarettes was with my morning coffee, Quit Tea helped sooth those cravings. I smoked for 37 years, now I am smoke free for 27 days and have no desire to ever smoke again! I would recommend the use of Quit Tea with your plan to quit." Marsha Clark, St. Louis, MO
"Quit Tea does everything it says it is supposed to do. I have never had so much success quitting." Beth Pomroy, Bar Harbor, ME
"After smoking for 38 years and trying other products, Quit Tea works. Thanks a million." Debra Redding, Columbus, OH
"I am 42 years old and had been smoking since I was a teenager. I quit smoking on March 13 of this year. I have attempted to quit smoking several times before but the withdrawal always got the best of me. I heard about Quit Tea on an online support group. I love the product and it has really helped with the withdrawals. I also have not gained any weight as of yet. I really think the tea has helped to keep my anxiety at bay. The customer service is also better than I could have ever asked for." Kathy Wakefield, Newington, NH
"I think that the tea is fantastic for flavor and I love the idea of replacing the bad habit." Mary Larson, Portland, ME
"Quit Tea is a great substitute for smoking. I used to smoke for over 40 years and I would highly recommend trying Quit Tea as part of the quitting process." David Whitely, New York, NY
Ingredients in Quit TeaHerbs And Spices That Make Quit Tea Help
Quit Tea is made from a blend of herbs and spices, that will help you stop smoking naturally. All herbs are safe, healthy, and natural. Below is a description of all ingredients.
|Valerian Root||Valerian Root is a powerful relaxant, helpful for reducing anxiety, stress, and nervousness. The root from the Valerian plant has been used since ancient Greek and Roman times as a cure for insomnia and as a muscle relaxant.|
|Sarsaparilla||The root of the Sarsaparilla plant is used to increase energy, promote the excretion of fluids, and restoring natural lung function. Other parts of the Sarsaparilla plant are used commonly to flavor soft drinks.|
|St. John's Wort||St. John's Wort is a herb used to treat mild depression and stress, helping elevate mood enhancing chemicals in the brain. It has been studied against many prescription medicines and has been proven effective, with far fewer side effects.|
|Red Clover||Red Clover is used as an appetite suppressant and for purifying the blood. Red Clover also helps the lung regenerate by acting as an expectorant, antispasmodic, and it also has relaxing effects. The flower of the red clover plant is used and is safe for use in high levels.|
|Licorice||Licorice root is used to increase the fluidity of mucus in the lungs and promote adrenal gland functions (boost energy). Compounds in the Licorice root improve the quality of the mucus that lungs produce to speed up recovery of the lungs after quitting smoking.|
|Cinnamon||Cinnamon is a common household spice used in Quit Tea for flavor and to help enhance digestion, increase the metabolism of body fat, and work as an appetite suppressant.|
|Ginger||Ginger is used in this tea to fight inflammation, increase circulation, and reduce headaches and nausea. Ginger, beside being a wonderful flavoring, is known for helping aid digestion.|
|Burdock||Burdock is a root known for having powerful detoxification properties, purifying the blood and organs. Burdock is safe and is harvested and consumed as a root vegetables in many Asian countries.|
|Cloves||Cloves are used in many countries as a pain killer, and in food for its flavor and as a digestive aid. Cloves contain Eugenol, which is an antiseptic and antiparasitic compound.|
|Oregano||Oregano is a highly beneficial antioxidant as well as a flavorant. Oregano has been used since ancient Roman and Greek times to cure stomach and lung problems. It has high levels of phenolic acids and flavanoids, and has been shown to act as an antiseptic, expectorant, and stimulant.|
|Fennel||Fennel is an appetite suppressant and is helps clear the lungs. The root of the Fennel plant is also useful for promoting the functioning of the kidneys, liver, and spleen, all essential for detoxifying the body. Fennel is commonly used in many food dishes.|
|Cayenne Pepper||Cayenne Pepper is important for aiding digestion, improving circulation, and acting as a catalyst for other herbs. Cayenne Pepper adds a useful flavor because the oils act to desensitize the taste receptors that receive pleasure from smoking cigarettes, which will make smoking seem unpleasant.|
|Black Pepper||Black Pepper is a spice used for flavoring the tea, as well as aiding digestion. In ancient times Black Pepper was believed to help with a whole list of problems, everything from pain to insomnia.|