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Nicotine - Is Good For You!

Nicotine removed from cigarettes in its natural organic form is safe and non-toxic and medically proven to have health benefits, which are listed on this page, Which has

Nicotine is part of the natural food chain

Most of us in fact consume Nicotine everyday

Trace elements are found in common foods and vegetables such as potatoes, tomatoes, bell peppers, cauliflower, eggplant, chili peppers, and some teas.

Saying nicotine is bad for you is like saying grapes are bad for you as they are contained in wine and people die of alcohol poisoning.

Why Nicotine Is good For You

Nicotine is known to affect the neurotransmitters in the brain and improve mood concentration and attention. It is therefore the subject of intense medical research to prevent and treat the following diseases and conditions:

  • Depression
  • Schizophrenia
  • Alzheimer's Disease
  • Parkinson's disease
  • Attention Disorders

And many more including, some cancers and even obesity, as Nicotine is a natural appetite suppressant.

Medical research is ongoing and other health benefits may emerge as more people come to accept the fact that Nicotine is good for us.

What The Above Means For Smokers & Non Smokers

For smokers who try and quite cold Turkey they can increase their chances by trying Nicotine Replacement Therapy (NRT) and there are many products available including: Puffers, inhalers, patches and gum.

Use the above and you will greatly increase your chances of stopping smoking.

New Products

For non smokers especially those that suffer from the above medical conditions drug companies are already looking to produce organic nicotine products and the first one is already on the market Niclite.

The product is pure organic nicotine in water. Niclite was aimed at smokers as a convenient way to take the edge off their craving when they couldn't, or didn't want to smoke. It now however has a growing number of people using it for its health benefits.

We have tried and at Net Planet and think that many other similar products will follow as it's a great way to get the benefits of nicotine without the smoke.


 

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