Quitting smoking is only possible if you remove all obstacles that are killing to your motivation, such as paradigms or bad outside influences.
According to international medicine, psychomotor and behavioral therapies in combination with aids or drugs are the most effective therapies. However, I would like to draw your attention to the fact that you need to be well informed to avoid charlatans.
You’ve probably heard of the traditional chemical nicotine replacements bupropion (sold under the Wellbutrin and Zyban brands) and varenicline (sold under the Chantix or Champix brands). However, there is also a natural counterpart, cytisine, the main ingredient in Tabex.
Cytisine is extracted from the yellow flowers of the Cytisus Laburnum, popularly known as the Golden Rain. Although the flowers that hang in beautiful clusters seem harmless, they are poisonous to some extent. Yet it is a medicinal plant with exceptional properties. The toxicity of cytisine is dose dependent. Like nicotine, cytisine is toxic when taken in large amounts. However, numerous studies show that cytisine is a valuable aid in smoking cessation.
As early as 1878, cytisine was documented by Thomas S. Wiegand and recommended traditional medicine in Europe, alcohol extracts with cytisine for constipation, migraines, insomnia, cough and neuralgia. More than 100 years ago, cytisine was already widely used as an anti-asthma agent, as an antiseptic and as an acid. In homeopathy, the cytisine extract is best known to treat air sickness, migraines, insomnia and stress from mental overload. Anti-inflammatory and hypoglycemic properties are also attributed to cytisine, but the molecule’s greatest benefit is mainly found in the fight against smoking.
The discovery of cytisine as an aid to smoking cessation dates back to the 1960s, but to trace the origins of its use we actually need to go back another two decades. During World War II, tobacco was very scarce and Russian soldiers smoked dried Cytisus Laburnum leaves as a tobacco substitute.
In September 1964, Tabex was developed and launched in Bulgaria by the pharmaceutical company Sopharma as a smoking cessation aid. The first independent clinical study based on Tabex in smoking cessation was conducted by S. Stoyanov and M. Yanachkova in 1965, and thus were able to demonstrate the good efficacy and safety of Tabex.
Currently, the drug, or rather natural supplement, can be purchased without a prescription in Eastern Europe or via the Internet. Make sure you buy the original supplement and not a counterfeit! I therefore advise you to buy Tabex via the original Tabex website or via the Sopharma Shop.
The Tabex treatment schedule is one-time and short-lived. A treatment lasts approximately 25 days in which the maximum dose of 6 tablets per day should be taken for the first days and then gradually reduced to one, maximum two tablets per day. Although the urge to smoke automatically disappears, users are advised to consciously reduce the number of cigarettes they smoke in the first five days of treatment and to stick to the recommended day to stop smoking, which is the fifth day.
Tabex, which seems to bode well, is highly effective, costing about a tenth less than other drug therapies. This is why Tabex is much more competitive than other drugs and has an excellent cost-benefit ratio for people who want to quit smoking.