Nosmotea smoking deterrent
Dosage form: powder
Ingredients: clove 20mg in 1g, lemon 1mg in 1g, menthol 1.5mg in 1g
Labeler: Nosmo Co., Ltd
NDC Code: 34605-6001
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If you continue to smoke while taking Nosmotea, you may feel REJECTION SYMPTOMS
with respect to smoking such as dizziness, headache, and vomiting. Therefore, you had better not continue
to smoke while taking Nosmotea
Do not use if you have an allergy to medicinal herbs.
■ if you are taking any prescription medicine. ■ if you are pregnant or breast feeding.
■ you may experience RECOVERING PHENOMENON such as diarrhea within the first week of taking this product.
Theses minor reactions usually resolve in a few days. This is one of the symptoms that show a turn for the better,
which means a transient phenomenon in the process of constitution improvement, so it is different from side-effects.
■ You can conveniently drink it after dissolving Nosmotea in a cup of warm water (200mL). Take a tea bag
three times a day after having a meal or on feeling like to smoke for 4-5 weeks. However, do not take more than
4 tea bag a day. Start the very first medication in the evening after dinner.
store avoid direct sunlight,
high temperatures, and humid ity.
keep in a cool place out of reach of children.
clove tea powder
|Labeler - Nosmo Co., Ltd (687363874)|
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