Vaping 95% SAFER than Cigarettes – Add in 4-Hour Krave Kicker and QUIT Cigs for GOOD!
Little do most Americans know that vaping is 95% safer than smoking cigarettes. Why?
You eliminate ammonia, bleach, pesticides, formaldehyde, and insecticide. End of story.
Only one problem left to solve. Your nicotine addiction. However, there’s much LESS nic in vaping.
Cigarettes contain near 100 mg nicotine per cigarette, where nic juice for vape is between 5mg and 15mg.
So HOW do you ween yourself off nicotine?
The best new invention of 2018! 4-Hour Krave Kicker!
All natural liquid supplement eliminates cravings for nicotine. Non-addictive, safe, PROVEN!
How would you like 6 four-hour blocks where you didn’t crave cigarettes at all? One of the biggest nightmares of being a smoker is needing a smoke badly when you’re somewhere that you can’t get to one. That nervous, anxious feeling creeps in and you can’t do anything about it. Or can you? Now, there’s 4-Hour Krave Kicker!
Never before has there been a product on the market that keeps smokers from craving cigarettes. Some people are turning to vaping, and that’s MUCH BETTER than smoking cancer sticks, but most vape still contains nicotine and a few artificial ingredients, like the flavoring and coloring, sometimes.
Do you want the good news or the good news? That’s what we thought. 4-Hour Krave Kicker contains no artificial ingredients, no nicotine, no sugar, no caffeine, no GMOs.
It’s an all-natural proprietary blend of supplement remedies mixed just for people experiencing the cigarette hangover!
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99 Health Ranger Rules for Reading Food and Product Labels: How to avoid disease-causing toxins in foods, supplements, personal care products and medicines
Only $2.99. Could save your life, prevent cancer, diabetes, Alzheimer’s, and more! Great shopping guide too. Highly recommend.
You see these health conscious people at grocery stores, standing there in the aisles and at the produce bins, for extended periods of time, diligently reading the labels on everything they’re considering purchasing, but how in the world do they know what they’re reading? It seems these days the ingredients list for one product is longer than your entire weekly grocery list, and contains words that seem bigger than the longest word in the English language, “pneumonoultramicroscopicsilicovolcanokoniosis.” Who REALLY knows what some of these long food ingredients even mean, besides MAYBE nutritionists, naturopaths, biologists, and food scientists? There’s sodium stearoyl lactylate and…
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