Frequently Asked QuestionsCategory: Honeyhoney for smoking cessation
Ganoderma Staff asked 2 months ago

Hello LCNL, You are 40 years old and addicted to cigarettes, did you read some documents that honey helps to quit smoking very well?

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Ganoderma Staff answered 2 months ago

Hello!
Tobacco is a highly addictive agent. Nicotine in cigarettes is an addictive substance. When it enters the body, it enters the bloodstream, into the brain and lies in the pituitary gland to make people crave for smoking. Tobacco addiction causes many diseases for smokers including lung cancer and 10 other types of cancer. The number of deaths from tobacco diseases is increasing in countries around the world. When addicted to cigarettes, smokers always feel uncomfortable, irritable, tired if not smoking.
Therefore, many people cannot quit smoking despite being aware of their harmful effects. According to research honey has been effective in reducing the toxic effects of cigarette smoke. Honey contains minerals, proteins, organic acids and antioxidants, which prevent oxidation to the cells.
Honey when drinking will enter the bloodstream, brain, detoxify nicotine toxins in the brain of the addict. At the same time, the smoker's tongue will get used to the sweetness of honey instead of the bitter taste of cigarettes. This makes smoking cessation easier and more effective.

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