What You Might Want To Know About How To Quit Smoking
Will Quit Tea make me stop smoking?
As with any quit smoking aid, you have to actually want to not smoke for the product to work. Quit Tea will help once you have made the decision to stop smoking and make it easier for you to stay smoke free. With a little will power and a cup of Quit Tea you will be well on your way to a healthier life.
How long does a box of Quit Tea last?
Each box of Quit Tea contains 20 individually wrapped tea bags, and the typical people drink 3 to 5 cups per day, depending of their cravings. That means a box of Quit Tea will last 4 to 7 days, and to completely quit smoking someone will typically need 9 to 16 boxes of Quit Tea.
How many cups of Quit Tea is it safe to drink in a day?
You can safely use Quit Tea as often in a day as you feel like you need. There is nothing in Quit Tea that is potentially toxic, like lobelia, which is found in many natural quit smoking aids. People usually drink at least 3 to 5 cups of Quit Tea a day for the first few weeks, then as needed. But you should stick with it for at least 9 weeks.
Is Quit Tea safe to use with other quit smoking aids?
Yes! In fact we have found from our trial results that many people have high rates of success when they combine Quit Tea with another product like a nicotine replacement therapy. Some people have even used Quit Tea with Chantix or Zyban and successfully quit smoking. If you do decide to use Quit Tea with another smoking cessation therapy, just follow the directions of both and stick with it.
Is Quit Tea safe for use when pregnant?
Because Quit Tea contains St Johns Wort, you should ask your doctor before using it if you are pregnant or breast feeding. St Johns Wort is an herb that acts similarly to any pharmaceutical antidepressant, which the FDA has found could cause problems with pregnancy. Many pregnant women are on antidepressants under the supervision of their doctor, but you must consults your physician first.
If Quit Tea suppresses appetite and I don’t want to lose weight, should I not use Quit Tea?
Yes, it is true that in our trial respondents reported “little to no weight gain” after quitting smoking while using Quit Tea, but no one lost a significant amount of weight or gained any either. When people quit smoking they typically keep their mouth busy by snacking. If you replace high calorie snacks with no calorie Quit Tea, you won’t pack on the post quitting pound. And some of the herbs do help you feel less hungry, but that won’t make you lose weight.
Is this product recognized by the FDA as a smoking cessation aid?
No. Quit Tea has not undergone the extensive trials required by the FDA for approval as a drug. Quit Tea is a dietary supplement that is meant help you replace the habit of smoking, not treat the addiction to nicotine. The FDA considers nicotine addiction a disease and so regulates products that are sold for the treatment of addiction. Although, there are no ingredients in Quit Tea that would cause it to be regulated by the FDA, and there are many other unregulated smoking cessation aids and therapies available on the market.
If I have any health problems, can I use Quit Tea?
For almost everyone with health problems not only it is perfectly fine to drink Quit Tea, but you should use it to help you quit smoking. To be certain you might want to talk to your doctor because of possible drug interactions, and if you are highly addicted to nicotine there could be side effects of quitting.
I am on other medications, is it okay to drink Quit Tea?
The only issues with Quit Tea is that it contains St Johns Wort, a herb that acts similarly to pharmaceutical SSRI anti-depressants. Although studies have shown the side effects of St Johns Wort to be minimal compared to pharmaceuticals, you should consult a physician if you are taking other prescription medications or are pregnant.
Will drinking Quit Tea cause me to fail any type of drug test?
No. There is nothing in Quit Tea that will cause you to fail a typical work related drug test. All ingredients are completely natural would not have any of the chemical components similar to any controlled substances.