Millions of people who are now ex-smokers and who have chosen a healthier lifestyle are still addicted to nicotine, but they have switched to using a new nicotine delivery device – an aerosol vape gadget. Many vape products contain moderate doses of nicotine, pesticides, and other harmful chemicals, exacerbating the addiction cycle, just like cigarettes. Since the pandemic began in 2020, there has been a massive outbreak of lung injuries and deaths associated with VAPING, in fact, over 2,800 cases per year and up to 70 deaths have been confirmed annually by the CDC.
Nearly 15 million Americans are addicted to vaping right now, including millions of health enthusiasts who attempt to eat mostly organic foods and take supplements. Are they destroying their whole ‘healthier’ lifestyle plan by vaping nicotine-loaded e-juice and nic-juice products? From vape pens and hookah pens to JUULS and e-cigarettes, it’s more of the same bad habit that constricts blood vessels, limiting oxygen supply and nutrient delivery throughout the vascular system.
Most people turn to healthy lifestyles because they know Mother Nature can cure their ills, they just don’t know how. Those who smoke and/or vape want to escape the insanity of being so addicted to the chemical fix of aerosolized nicotine vapor that snaps them out of their ‘funk.’ The nicotine patch and nicotine gum are next to useless, just more nicotine delivery devices crafted and marketed by Big Tobacco in cahoots with Big Pharma.
So what to do? Your nutrition is being drained and siphoned by continued, long-term nicotine use. Your energy drops because your dopamine levels have been artificially stimulated by a drug, and now your body just waits for it.
Turn to herbal remedies for mood elevation and balance, then you will reclaim control of your body
Natural health advocates are often ‘die hard’ about everything they put in and on their body. They eat organic and local whole food. They take vitamins, minerals, herbal extracts and superfood supplements daily. They don’t put chemical-ridden personal care products on their skin or hair, and they don’t use chemical-laced products to clean their clothes or home. They drink in moderation (if at all), they stay away from drugs, and they exercise regularly. This is staple diet for health enthusiasts, and it can be rather simple, but the reward is the gift that keeps on giving.
Want energy that is sustained? Want to be thoroughly motivated about the things you love the most? Want to stay healthy when others around you get sick? Turn to herbal remedies and you can drop the nicotine, sugar, and alcohol cravings, by boosting your dopamine and serotonin naturally, and balancing the central nervous system that’s been shot to hell by this drug-induced chemical imbalance caused by nicotine, pesticides, and toxic herbicides.
Nicotine addiction rules your behavior, so to quit it, you must change what influences your behavior
Behavior modification is very powerful, and it goes quite underrated and underestimated when people are trying to quit smoking or vaping. This is why 95% of people who try to quit nicotine return to the habit within the first half year after stopping. Stress hits and they need the mood elevator to pull them from that funk. Guess what ‘mood elevator’ they turn to? A nicotine delivery device, whether smokes, vapes, chews, inhalers, patches, or gum, it’s all the same because it all delivers the poison fast, and the undertow drags them right back to getting that fix every 30 to 40 minutes, all day or all night.
Vaping is now linked to chronic lung disease and cardiovascular disease, according to recent studies published by the CDC. These vape gadgets were never meant to be smoking cessation tools, and some people go straight to them who have never even smoked, finding the addiction is just as bad, if not worse, than cigarettes. Both can also compound issues associated with Covid-19.
It’s time to change your behavior by changing what influences your behavior. Currently, stress is influencing your behavior, because nicotine and pesticides wreck your physical and mental well-being, driving you to feel stressed, no matter what is going on. Your behavior is influenced by a drug that is a short-term stimulant, but a LONG-TERM DEPRESSANT. That’s where change must come into play.
What could stimulate your body and mind without causing addiction, withdrawals, or harm? Does Mother Nature have the answer? Yes. Indigenous cures include herbal extracts from superfoods and herbal adaptogens that influence your body’s natural production of dopamine.
There is no such thing as a healthy nicotine addict, so let Mother Nature ‘fix’ you instead
Yes, 2023 is right around the corner, and thousands of consumers across America will make resolutions to change their lifestyle for the better. Easier said than done, or is it? What if you knew more about natural remedies, indigenous cures, herbal extracts, and specific vitamins that would influence your behavior, which in turn would change your course, without having to ‘battle stress’ and find all that ‘willpower’ to pull it off?
The functional beverage world is booming as more and more consumers seek natural remedies that are easily accessible (like snacks) and aren’t loaded with sugar, caffeine, or artificial ingredients. Natural health advocates are seeking healthy, functional beverages to replace unhealthy snacking choices.
A new brand of functional beverages that promises to wipe out cravings for nicotine, sugar, caffeine or alcohol, does so by addressing low dopamine levels with an herbal extract that boosts those levels naturally. Krave Kicker beverage was launched in late 2021 as a liquid ‘shot’ blend of superfoods and supplements that boosts dopamine naturally (contains herbal adaptogen mucuna pruriens) while balancing the central nervous system (also contains vitamin B12 as methylcobalamin). Mucuna effectiveness is backed by scientific research published in by the National Institutes of Health.
There really is no such thing as a healthy nicotine addiction, so let Mother Nature help you instead, and consider natural remedies for mood elevation and nervous system balance.
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