Nicotine gum works as a smoking cessation aid, i.e., it helps you to quit smoking. It works by gradually getting your body used to less Nicotine until it doesn't need more. 


Nicotine gum gives the user a minimal dose of Nicotine, except for harmful substances such as tar found in cigarettes or tobacco products. You may find that Nicotine is sold in stores around the world as it is one of the most widely used medical products.

How should Nicotine Gums be used?

  • Nicotine gum is used in the mouth like chewing gum and should not be swallowed. Follow the instructions on the packing label carefully and ask your doctor or pharmacist to explain any part you do not understand. 


  • Use nicotine rubber precisely as instructed. Please do not use it more or less or do not use it more often than indicated on the package label or as advised by a doctor.


  • If you smoke for more than 30 minutes after waking up your first cigarette, use 2 mg of gum. People who smoke for the first time should use 4 mg of gum within 30 minutes of waking up. 


  • Nicotine gum can be used regularly, chewing one gum every 1 to 2 hours for the first six weeks, then once every 2 to 4 hours for three weeks, then one every 4 to 8 hours. If you have constant or frequent cravings, you can chew a second piece within an hour. 


  • To increase your chances of quitting smoking, chew at least nine reports of nicotine gum consumption daily for the first six weeks.


  • Chew nicotine gum slowly until you taste the nicotine or feel a slight tingling in your mouth. Then stop chewing and place (put) the gum between the cheeks and the gum. 


  • When the sting is almost gone, start chewing again. Repeat this process for 30 minutes. Stop eating and drinking for 15 minutes before chewing nicotine oil.


  • Don't chew gum too quickly, don't chew one gum at a time, and never chew one piece too soon. He was looking for one gum that could later cause illness, heartburn, nausea, or other complications.


  • Do not require more than 24 pieces per day.

Special Precautions should I take?

Before using the Gum

  • Tell your doctor and pharmacist what you prescribe and over-the-counter medications, vitamins, supplements, and herbal products you are taking or plan to take. Be sure to mention one of the following: insulin; asthma dressing, depression dressing; blood pressure medication; and other medications that help you quit smoking.


  • Tell your doctor if you have had a heart attack, heart disease, arrhythmia, ulcer, diabetes, or hypertension that is not controlled by drugs; if you are under 18; or give a sodium-restricted diet.


  • What's your doctor if you are pregnant or think of the so may be pregnant. Are breastfeeding. If you are pregnant with nicotine gum, stop using it and call your doctor.


  • Do not smoke or other nicotine products when using nicotine gum, as this may be an excess of Nicotine.