Is Nicotine addictive?

NO – Nicotine is not addictive, as confirmed by 2015 Harvard study. Pyrazines are added to cigarette tobacco to make it addictive.

Nicotine is a Nutrient

Nicotine is a nutrient , not a man-made chemical. Nicotine is present in all the nightshade vegetables as well as tobacco.  Vegetables with nicotine include egg plant/aubergine, potatoes, tomatoes, celery and coliflour.

Every cell in our body has nicotine receptors. Basically nicotine is natural and good for you in moderation.  Nicotine is an energizer, makes a cell work better

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Evidence that Nicotine is not Addictive

In 1994, the heads of the major Tobacco companies swore on oath before Congress I’m the USA, that nicotine is not addictive.

The American FDA nevertheless persisted in the lie that nicotine is addictive.

A Harvard study of 2015 confirmed that nicotine is not addictive, rather it’s the Pyrazines that are added that make it addictive .

Nicotine Benefits

Nicotine has been found to help with neurological disorders like Parkinsons and Alzheimers, with Myocarditis and tinnitus
And with long covid.

Are you Nicotine deficient?

If you think that nicotine might help you, then best thing is buy a box of patches and use 1 x 7mg a day for 10 days. If you feel better, great; if not, nothing lost .

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