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Old 23rd February 2005, 10:49   #71
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quit smoking for a better health

Benefits of Quitting Smoking
• Quitting smoking any time will make life not only better, but also longer.
• If you are pregnant, quitting smoking will improve your chances of having a healthy baby.
• Infants and young children are at special risk and could suffer permanent damage due to cigarette side-stream smoke.
• You will have extra money to spend on things other than cigarettes.
• Studies have shown that more than 25 percent of U.S. adults smoke and if you are a 45-year-old woman who does smoke, the odds that you’ll die in the next decade are 50 in 1,000.
• Although 70% of smokers want to stop smoking and 41% attempt to quit smoking each year, only 2.5% succeed.
• Smoking can restrict the blood supply to the lower spine, leading to chronic back pain, and also can slow recovery from bone surgery.
• Research has determined that heavy cigarette smoking by female smokers doubles the risk of developing rheumatoid arthritis.


don't you know that there's a product that looks exactly like a cigarette that can make you quit smoking?
it's really cool. just look at it, you can quit smoking while you smoke...that's so easy!
it just simply has no nicotine at all...amazing product!
if one really don't want to quit, then the product is safer and better than the ordinary harmful cigarette…it’s herbal and it’s healthy!
it's absolutely perfect! and it really works!

Instead of the [Harmful] nicotine, 60 carcinogenic agents and 4,000 chemical elements that cigarettes contain, this product contains a Patented Formula that includes Eucommia Ulmoides, an ancient Chinese herb with near-miraculous powers that is very beneficial to those who are trying to quit smoking.

In Asia, Eucommia Ulmoides, has long been considered equal to (or better than) the major tonic herbs, such as ginseng, but its relative scarcity has kept it from becoming more well known. In fact, about three thousand years ago, legendary Chinese Herbalist Shen Nong wrote about it in the first pharmacopoeia of Chinese herbs.

The Eucommia Ulmoides leaf has always been valued for long-term use. In recent decades, Eucommia has been the subject of much scientific research, including stop-smoking studies. In traditional Chinese herbalism, Eucommia Ulmoides was revered as a balancing and regulating longevity herb, believed to enhance the vital energies and increase the essence.

Old 24th February 2005, 21:43   #72
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Old 24th February 2005, 22:07   #73
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my uncle just celebrated his 2 year stoppage (or whatever)
quite impressive
after almost 30 years of smoking he decided, on a family party, to quit smoking
he hasn't touched a single one since then
considering the fact that he used to smoke almost a package a day and his wife and son still continue to smoke inside the house
it really is quite impressive

like everybody i laughed at him in the beginning, but he did it!
Old 25th February 2005, 02:15   #74
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I am in the process of quitting. I am around 24 hours without a cigarette. I am also using a lozenge to help. Yes, it has nicotine in it... but it's not addictive. My brother quit this way, and he's been smoke free for over two years now.
Old 26th February 2005, 20:24   #75
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Well... 3 days, and STILL haven't killed anyone yet, lol.
Old 8th March 2005, 07:53   #76
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Pushing two weeks now, and still no smokes. I still use the lozenges once in a while, but all in all not doing too bad. I still want a cig once in a while, but that's what the lozenges are for, lol.
Old 19th April 2005, 17:20   #77
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well, I stopped smoking 4 weeks ago, and still i'm keeping up the good work cuz I prefer lifting my sports-aholic to a higher level now. I started running and picked up my powertraining habit
it really does affect your physical condition! glad I quit...
I'm one of those stupid *** "kids" who start at their 14 (*edit* I'm almost 18 now) trying the cigarette cause it's cool, well now I realise it's up to no good and I even think it's tougher to say "well dude I gave up the cig" than to say "hey, I smoke 1 package a day" (even though i smoked only 5/day and 10 on an evening out)

so now..I'm a NON-smoker!
Old 19th April 2005, 19:45   #78
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good for you!
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