Smoke Deter as a Homoeopathic Remedy
Smoke Deter spray is a sublingual, anti-smoking spray that is a blend of various herbs with known properties that help alleviate the symptoms of nicotine withdrawal. Smoke Deter is a known homeopathic treatment that is very popular among the community of people who are taking steps to quit smoking.
What is homeopathy?
Homeopathy is an alternative mode of treatment that is based on the principle of giving very small doses of substances that are known to cause harm to the body in large doses. This practice is based on the homeopathic principle that ‘like cures like.’ Simply put, the introduction of these small substances stimulates the body’s defenses. Homeopathic treatment is individually tailored according to the health problems of the individual and differs from the treatment programs of conventional medicine in that the mental and psychological symptoms are also addressed apart from the physical symptoms of the addiction. Although homeopathy varies widely from conventional medicine, this form of treatment has many proponents and has been integrated into the national health care systems of countries such asas Germany, the UK, India, Pakistan, and Sri Lanka.
Why is Smoke Deter considered homoeopathic?
Smoke Deter is considered a homeopathic treatment because its ingredients comes from herb. Most homeopathic remedies comes from plants and animals and the ingredients are often converted into their most diluted forms through a series of processes. The Smoke Deter program also comes with a complimentary bottle of herbal pills, which also help in reducing the intensity of nicotine cravings. Those who purchase the product are also given a lifetime membership to the support network that is open to all 24 hours a day. This source of psychological support for those undergoing withdrawal from the effects of nicotine is to support the holistic approach of homeopathic medicine, in that it does not restrict its therapeutic efforts to the relief of physical symptoms but focuses on the psychological as well.