It is known that the body produces certain morphine-like substances, known as endorphins.
This is nature’s way of bringing a form of well-being to the body. It has been said that β(beta)-endorphins are released at certain times, e.g. after exercise, after a pleasurable event.
Research from USA has suggested that some people are both born with abnormally low amounts of beta-endorphins or an inferior mechanism for producing them. In society, some use (varying amounts of) alcohol, tobacco and drugs to replace these endorphins by giving the body a feeling of ease. Individuals with a lower amount of endorphins are at increased risk of becoming addicted to these vices. Hence, in seeing the error of their ways, it is very difficult to break the addiction.
Professor Yoland Lim Health Care’s exclusive acupuncture and NSMK34 Non-Smoking drops are phytomolecular (herbal medicine) that are based on the knowledge of thousands of years of opium use in China, and ‘antidotes’ to help normalize the body’s energy system and restore and re-increase the production of β-endorphins back up to normal levels.
When this occurs, cigarettes start to become unpleasant to taste (probably likely as the body no longer needs the nicotine). Tobacco addiction is just as much an addiction as heroin, alcohol, sugar or coffee and ceasing the availability of such substances may be too great a shock to the body for some patients. It is therefore recommended that a weaning process be used in certain circumstances to quit smoking.
Whilst weaning off cigarettes to quit smoking: