What are the ingredients of nicotine polacrilex lozenges and gum?

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13 Aug 2009

Active Ingredients in each lozenge:
Nicotine Polacrilex, 4mg (Stop smoking aid)

Inactive Ingredients:
Aspartame, [ 6.8 mg ]
Calcium Polycarbophil,
Flavor,
Magnesium Stearate,
Mannitol,
Potassium Bicarbonate,
Sodium Alginate,
Sodium Carbonate,
Xanthan Gum

Couldn't find the gum ingredients, did find nicorette gum if this helps.
The ingredients should be listed in the back of the packet. Check with your pharmacist.

Nicorette mint gum
Inactive Ingredients:
Gum base,
magnesium oxide,
menthol,
peppermint oil,
sodium bicarbonate,
sodium carbonate,
xylitol, [ sweetener, also in citrus flavor -- Original flavor uses
sorbitol ]
D&C yellow #10

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