How the nicotine gum and patch are SCAMS created and marketed by Big Pharma to keep you HOOKED on a deadly drug
(Natural News) Complaints are plastered all over reviews, blogs and comment boards about how nicotine gum leaves you with a bad taste, mouth burn and nausea. Even brands that brag about having decent flavor get the same negative reviews. Then there are the grim statistics for the gum and the patch to help people actually quit smoking or vaping, coming in at a low 6 percent (that’s a 94 percent failure rate), and after six months, that figure gets cut in half (that becomes a 97 percent failure rate). That boils down to only 3 percent of all nicotine patch and gum consumers ever really successfully using these products as a quit method.
So then the question looms, why do they keep buying them? Let’s take a look. The nicotine patch market globally is worth over $6 billion dollars, and the nicotine gum market another $5 billion. The reason hundreds of millions of nicotine users buy them is to quash the cravings when they can’t use their nicotine delivery device, whether at work, traveling by plane, train, bus or car, or at some kind of event that bans smoking and vaping.
Consider this: What if there was a better choice, a clean one, a natural one that still boosted dopamine, and effectively, but without all the systemic punishment to the body that nicotine delivers? We’ll cover that in a minute, but first a quick history lesson on how the ‘nicotine alternative’ market got to be so ugly.
From the 1930s to the 1960s, thousands of doctors betrayed Americans and advertised smoking as a healthy habit, then they invented the patch and gum
Once the science proved that smoking was bad for your health and caused lung cancer, which was discovered in the mid-1930s, the insidious American Medical Association kept it all quiet, while paying doctors to advertise smoking as good for digestion, relaxation, and they even recommended specific brands as the best ones you should try (get hooked on, get lung cancer and make them a fortune). The advertisements even encouraged children to smoke, subliminally telling them if they smoked cigarettes they could live to be 100 years old! Take a look.