Nicorette Gum 2mg Icy Mint 2mg 150 Value Pack

Nicorette Gum Regular Strength Icy Mint 2mg is sugar-free and improves teeth whiteness.
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Nicorette Gum is a quit smoking aid.
Nicorette Gum works by relieving nicotine cravings and withdrawal symptoms.
It may be used to: 1. Stop smoking abruptly, or, 2. Cut down smoking before stopping.

Suitable For: Adults 18+ who smoke 10 to 20 cigarettes per day.
Each gum contains Nicotine 2mg. Contains Xylitol (0.58g per piece of gum).
Who can use: Adults 18+ who smoke 10 to 20 cigarettes per day.

How many pieces of gum do I use?
1. Stopping Immediately:
During weeks 1-12: 1 piece when you have an urge to smoke or every 1-2 hours. Do not use more than 20 pieces/day.
After 12 weeks: Gradually reduce to 1-2 pieces a day and then stop use.

2. Cutting down: Gradually increase gum use (maximum 20 pieces/day) and reduce smoking with the aim of stopping by 6 months. If you have not cut down at 6 weeks or stopped at 9 months, see your doctor/pharmacist.

How do I use Nicorette Gum (Chew-Park-Chew)?
1. Chew gum slowly until taste is strong or you feel a slight tingling sensation.
2. Rest gum between cheek and gums. 3. Chew again when taste has faded. Repeat until there is no more tingling.
Keep out of reach of children. Use in adolescents under professional supervision only. Read pack insert before use. Foil sealed for your protection.
Do not use if you are: Allergic to nicotine, Under 12 years of age.
Do not use unless a doctor has told you to if you have - had a stroke, or heart or circulation problems.
Ask your doctor/pharmacist before use if you have - uncontrolled high blood pressure - a stomach ulcer - kidney or liver disease - to take insulin for diabetes - an overactive thyroid - adrenal gland cancer Ask your doctor/pharmacist before use if you are - pregnant or breast feeding - under 18 years of age - taking any other medicines Products containing xylitol may have a laxative effect or cause diarrhoea. Does not contain lactose, sucrose, saccharin, aspartame or gluten.