Aid in Smoking Cessation
Cytisine – a natural nicotine receptor partial agonist (NRPA)
Clinically shown to be more effective than NRT and bupriopion
Short treatment course (25 days) & well-tolerated = Higher Compliance
Cost-Effective compared to other medications
Cytisine (isolate from Cytisus laborinum L.)…….1.5 mg
Keep out of reach of children. Some people may experience changes in both taste and appetite, dryness in the mouth, headache, irritability, nausea,constipation, tachycardia, light elevation of the arterial pressure.
Consult a health care practitioner prior to use if you have hyperthyroidism; if you have an ulcer, ischemic heart disease, cardiac impairment, cerebrovascular disease, high blood pressure, renal or hepatic insufficiency; if you have diabetes mellitus; or if you have a history of psychiatric disorders or if you experience psychological distress.
Symptoms of an overdose include nausea, abdominal pain, vomiting, diarrhea, cold sweat, dizziness, disturbed hearing and vision, mental confusion, rapid heartbeat, difficulty breathing and marked weakness. May cause sleep disorders.
Do not use if you have arterial hypertension and advanced atherosclerosis. Do not use if you are pregnant or breastfeeding.
Simultaneous administration of cytisine and smoking could lead to nicotine intoxication.
Day 1 to 3: 1 every 2 hours; 6 tablets (9 mg) daily.
Day 4 to 12: 1 every 2.5 hours; 5 tablets (7.5 mg) daily.
Day 13 to 16: 1 every 3 hours; 4 tablets (6 mg) daily.
Day 17 to 20: 1 every 4 hours; 3 tablets (4.5 mg) daily.
Day 21 to 25: 1 every 6 hours; 2 tablets (3 mg) daily.
100 vegetarian capsules.