Krave Kicker: Natural supplement that can help people quit smoking



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(Natural News) Krave Kicker, a potent vitamin and superfood blend, is now a commercial formula that can help Americans addicted to nicotine to quit smoking.

A nicotine-free, sugar-free, caffeine-free organic beverage, Krave Kicker is proven effective and backed by clinical studies published in the British Medical Journal and supported by the National Institute of Health.

Krave Kicker fulfills the need for a clean nicotine alternative. It comes in two amazing flavors that pack the potent punch smokers crave: pomegranate and lemon lime.

Nicotine gums and patches have dominated the market for several decades, but Krave Kicker is way above the competition because it is a natural nicotine alternative that does not contain chemicals or artificial sweeteners. Krave Kicker can help curb a smoker’s craving without causing irritation and burn, unlike typical gums.

Because its formulation treats the cravings naturally, a smoker will not get a nauseous feeling.

First nicotine alternative in liquid form

Krave Kicker is the first nicotine alternative in liquid form, which comes in a tasty 2.5-ounce liquid “shot.” It is a blend of superfoods and supplements that provides a natural dopamine boost and balances the central nervous system.

The nicotine patch market is presently worth $6 billion and the nicotine gum at $5 billion, but an increasing demand for cleaner products and the rise of functional beverages is expected to put Krave Kicker on top of the list for 35 million American smokers and 15 million who vape.

There are a total of 5o million Americans addicted to nicotine. Nicotine is the third most addictive substance in the world behind heroin and cocaine.

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Naturally, those who want a cleaner product (clean and organic) to kick off their habit will love Krave Kicker as it boosts dopamine naturally and zeroes out cravings for hours.

Krave Kicker, the “natural nicotine alternative,” is market-tested with glowing reviews. Around 10,000 bottles were sold-out nationwide during its pilot run. Krave Kicker’s price is also very competitive with the nicotine patch and nicotine gum.

American smokers compromise their immune system because nicotine constricts blood vessels, limiting the flow of oxygen and nutrients to all parts of the body. When the addiction gets worse, smokers crave more and more nicotine, which results in a long-term nicotine hangover called depression.

With a weakened immune system, smokers are more susceptible to catching the Wuhan coronavirus (COVID-19) and dying because of it.

Krave Kicker works because it boosts one’s dopamine level. The main reason smokers relapse when they are trying to quit is due to low dopamine levels. (Related: Nicotine vs. Dopamine – The chemical messenger war and why people who try to quit nicotine keep failing.)

Dopamine is a type of neurotransmitter and chemical messenger that plays a vital role in how people feel pleasure. Krave Kicker is a potent vitamin and superfood blend that can naturally and effectively boost dopamine levels.

According to the World Health Organization, the tobacco epidemic is one of the biggest public health threats the world has ever faced. It kills more than eight million people a year worldwide, and more than seven million of those deaths are the result of direct tobacco use.

Non-smokers exposed to second-hand smoke are also affected.

There are a total of 1.3 billion tobacco users worldwide. Most of them belong to low- and middle-income countries where the burden of tobacco-related illness and death is the heaviest. Household spending is also diverted by families to tobacco purchase, which contributes to poverty.

All forms of tobacco are harmful and cigarette smoking is the most common form of tobacco use worldwide.

Watch the video below to learn some tips on how to stop smoking.

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