However many cigarettes you smoke, Thrive has a great tasting, clinically proven product portfolio of discreet mint gum which can help you become smoke-free. Thrive helps to double your chances of quitting compared to will power alone.
- Double the chances of quitting.
- Be smoke-free in 12 weeks.
- Unexpectedly bold mint taste.
- Whitens teeth.
- Freshens breath.
Dosage: 2 mg
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Natalie: more than a year ago
Had my first cigarette when I was 12 and, at 38, I was up to a pack a day when I started to have breathing problems.Over the course of a month, I decreased my cigarettes to 1/2 pack and then started the gum. Started with 8-10 2mg pieces and now.I chew only 2-4 2mg pieces a day depending on how bad the cravings are or how stressed I am..I've been using this for 3 weeks and so far, so good Taste is not bad (not great but cigarettes aren't exactly tasty in my opinion) and gives me the hiccups every time I chew it but that's a small price to pay as far as I'm concerned. Highly recommend
.: more than a year ago
I started smoking at a very young age (13), smoked for 20 years, and had tried everything (except for laser therapy) to quit. I started chewing Thrive gum almost 4 months ago and haven't had a smoke since. The first 2 months I chewed the 4mg and then I switched to the 2mg. I do chew a lot (about 15-20 pieces a day, I was a heavy smoker) and really haven't had any negative side effects. My husband had also quit with this gum and has been smoke free for over a year, and he only chewed the gum for about 2 weeks. I'm sure it will be a while before I stop the gum but the way I look at it, the gum is still better for my health. I really thought I'd never be able to quit. Not saying it's been easy because I still get cravings, but the gum really does help.
Andrea: more than a year ago
I have been using the 2mg Thrive gum for only a few days now and am very careful with it. I only have one piece a day, for a few moments at a time, and will save that piece until I need it again. It definitely helps during moments of weakness, but I'm too afraid of becoming addicted to the gum to take it more often.
Occassionally my heart races and beats heavily, and it has also made me bloated and constipated, no matter what I eat or drink. Kills your appetite. So far seems to be worth the neagative side effects, smoke-free for 6 days with very limited cravings, and much easier than my previous attempts at quitting cold turkey.