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Nicotrol Nicotine Gum 2mg Classic Flavor Uncoated, 105 Pack

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  • Classic flavor
  • 2mg dosage
  • 105 pieces in each box
  • Non-coated gum
  • Comparable to Nicorette Original

                                        

Nicotrol Gum is an NRT product intended to help you give up smoking by relieving withdrawal symptoms and reduce cravings for nicotine.  Nicotrol gum comes in 2mg and 4mg dosages and classic and mint flavors.  Each piece of gum is white in color and non-coated.  There are 105 pieces of gum in each box and 15 pieces in each blister pack.  Nicotrol Classic gum is comparable to Nicorette Original gum.

 

 

 

Instructions

 

                       

For best results, chew 8-12 pieces, with a maximum of 24 pieces of gum a day.  Those who smoke more than 20 cigarettes a day or who have not quit smoking using the 2mg strength should start with the 4mg strength.  Otherwise, use the 2mg strength.

 

Chew Nicotrol Gum slowly using the “Park-n-chew” method.  You should chew only ONE gum at a time.  Each gum lasts about 30 minutes.  Do not take more than one piece of gum an hour. 

 

For Combination Therapy, apply a nicotine patch to an intact area of skin.  Remove the nicotine patch before going to bed.  After applying the nicotine patch, use the Nicotrol 2mg Gum whenever a craving occurs.  Take a maximum of 12 pieces of gum a day while using a patch. Combination Therapy using Nicotrol Gum and a nicotine patch lasts for 12 weeks.  After this time, you should slowly stop using NRT altogether by either:

                                                                                      

  1. Use a nicotine patch Step 2 for two weeks while using the same number of pieces of gum in a day. When the patch is no longer needed, gradually reduce the number of pieces of gum until you no longer need them.  OR
  2. Stop using Step 1 nicotine patch and then gradually reduce the number of Nicotrol 2mg Gum pieces that you use until you no longer need them.

 

 

 

 

Ingredients

 

                       

Each gum contains either 2mg or 4mg of nicotine.  The chewing gum base contains butylated hydroxyl toluene (E321).  Other ingredients are:

 

  • chewing gum base,
  • sodium carbonate anhydrous,
  • glycerol,
  • sorbitol powder,
  • sorbitol solution,
  • sodium bicarbonate (2mg only),
  • quinoline yellow (4mg only),

 

 

 

Warnings

 

                                                   

Monitor your blood sugar levels more often when using Nicotrol Gum, as you may find your insulin/medication requirement changes.   Talk to your doctor before using Nicotrol gum if you have the following conditions: heart palpitations, angina, heart disease, heart attack, disorders of the heart rate/rhythm, circulation problems, or other heart diseases. 

 

The following medicines require a change in dosage when you stop smoking or reduce smoking.  These include Theophylline, Imipramine, Clomipramine, and Fluvoxamine, Pentazocine; Clozapine, Olanzapine, and Tacrine, Flecainide, and Caffeine.

 

Some unwanted effects you may experience when you start to use Nicotrol Gum for the first time include hiccups, sore throat, increased saliva in your mouth, mild indigestion, or heartburn.  These effects may be due to using too much Nicotrol Gum, chewing it continuously, or swallowing too much nicotine.  You may also feel faint or sick or get headaches.

                                                                                                 

Other commonly reported side-effects include dizziness, vomiting, sore mouth, jaw-muscle ache, throat irritation, dry mouth, taste disturbances, tingling or numbness of hands or feet, stomach pain or discomfort, diarrhea, wind, cough, burning sensation, fatigue, hypersensitivity, Chest palpitations, fast heartbeat, flushing, high blood pressure, redness or itching of the skin, hives, wheezing, shallow breathing, difficulty speaking, nasal congestion, sneezing, tight throat, burping, red tongue, mouth blisters, mouth-tingling or numbness, excessive seating, limb weakness, chest discomfort or pain, general feeling of being unwell, abnormal dreams.

 

 

Storage           

                                        

 

Store in a cool dry place where the temperature stays below 25°C. 

 

 

    • Description


      Description

       

       

      Subscribe to automatic shipments.  Pause, edit, or cancel anytime.

       

      • Classic flavor
      • 2mg dosage
      • 105 pieces in each box
      • Non-coated gum
      • Comparable to Nicorette Original

                                              

      Nicotrol Gum is an NRT product intended to help you give up smoking by relieving withdrawal symptoms and reduce cravings for nicotine.  Nicotrol gum comes in 2mg and 4mg dosages and classic and mint flavors.  Each piece of gum is white in color and non-coated.  There are 105 pieces of gum in each box and 15 pieces in each blister pack.  Nicotrol Classic gum is comparable to Nicorette Original gum.

       

       

    • Instructions

       

      Instructions

       

                             

      For best results, chew 8-12 pieces, with a maximum of 24 pieces of gum a day.  Those who smoke more than 20 cigarettes a day or who have not quit smoking using the 2mg strength should start with the 4mg strength.  Otherwise, use the 2mg strength.

       

      Chew Nicotrol Gum slowly using the “Park-n-chew” method.  You should chew only ONE gum at a time.  Each gum lasts about 30 minutes.  Do not take more than one piece of gum an hour. 

       

      For Combination Therapy, apply a nicotine patch to an intact area of skin.  Remove the nicotine patch before going to bed.  After applying the nicotine patch, use the Nicotrol 2mg Gum whenever a craving occurs.  Take a maximum of 12 pieces of gum a day while using a patch. Combination Therapy using Nicotrol Gum and a nicotine patch lasts for 12 weeks.  After this time, you should slowly stop using NRT altogether by either:

                                                                                            

      1. Use a nicotine patch Step 2 for two weeks while using the same number of pieces of gum in a day. When the patch is no longer needed, gradually reduce the number of pieces of gum until you no longer need them.  OR
      2. Stop using Step 1 nicotine patch and then gradually reduce the number of Nicotrol 2mg Gum pieces that you use until you no longer need them.

       

       

       

    • Ingredients

       

      Ingredients

       

                             

      Each gum contains either 2mg or 4mg of nicotine.  The chewing gum base contains butylated hydroxyl toluene (E321).  Other ingredients are:

       

      • chewing gum base,
      • sodium carbonate anhydrous,
      • glycerol,
      • sorbitol powder,
      • sorbitol solution,
      • sodium bicarbonate (2mg only),
      • quinoline yellow (4mg only),

       

       

    • Warnings

       

      Warnings

       

                                                         

      Monitor your blood sugar levels more often when using Nicotrol Gum, as you may find your insulin/medication requirement changes.   Talk to your doctor before using Nicotrol gum if you have the following conditions: heart palpitations, angina, heart disease, heart attack, disorders of the heart rate/rhythm, circulation problems, or other heart diseases. 

       

      The following medicines require a change in dosage when you stop smoking or reduce smoking.  These include Theophylline, Imipramine, Clomipramine, and Fluvoxamine, Pentazocine; Clozapine, Olanzapine, and Tacrine, Flecainide, and Caffeine.

       

      Some unwanted effects you may experience when you start to use Nicotrol Gum for the first time include hiccups, sore throat, increased saliva in your mouth, mild indigestion, or heartburn.  These effects may be due to using too much Nicotrol Gum, chewing it continuously, or swallowing too much nicotine.  You may also feel faint or sick or get headaches.

                                                                                                       

      Other commonly reported side-effects include dizziness, vomiting, sore mouth, jaw-muscle ache, throat irritation, dry mouth, taste disturbances, tingling or numbness of hands or feet, stomach pain or discomfort, diarrhea, wind, cough, burning sensation, fatigue, hypersensitivity, Chest palpitations, fast heartbeat, flushing, high blood pressure, redness or itching of the skin, hives, wheezing, shallow breathing, difficulty speaking, nasal congestion, sneezing, tight throat, burping, red tongue, mouth blisters, mouth-tingling or numbness, excessive seating, limb weakness, chest discomfort or pain, general feeling of being unwell, abnormal dreams.

       

    • Storage

       

      Storage           

                                              

       

      Store in a cool dry place where the temperature stays below 25°C.