Chantrix

Chantrix, or its medical name, Varenicline tartrate, is specifically geared to help people stop smoking cigarettes and kick the nicotine habit. Nicotine is rapidly metabolized in your body, which makes you need to smoke more often to continue to feel the same pleasurable effects.

How Chantrix Works

Chantrix works in two ways - it partially activates sites in the brain known as nicotinic acetylcholine receptors that are affected by nicotine. This provides you with mild effects reminiscent of nicotine and eases symptoms of nicotine withdrawal. Second, Chantrix has the distinctive ability to neutralize the effects of nicotine if a person smokes while using this drug - which means that the nicotine "high" or "rush" becomes less pleasurable and inviting.

Buy Chantrix

Chantrix is a prescription drug, so you must consult with your doctor before you buy Chantrix. Chantrix costs about $3 a pill and you typically take Chatrix for three months, so the total cost to buy Chantrix would be $270.

Chantrix Side Effects

Clinical trials found these to be the most common Chantrix side effects: nausea, sleep disturbance, constipation, flatulence and vomiting. There is a huge list of infrequent and rare Chantrix side effects, including disorders of the blood, cardiac, gastrointestinal, hepatobiliary, immune, lymphatic, and nervous systems, as well as ear, endocrine, eye, metabolism, musculoskeletal, psychiatric, renal and urinary, respiratory, skin, and vascular disorders. All these Chantrix side effects were found before the drug was approved by the FDA. Post approval Chatrix side effects include agitation, changes in behavior, depressed mood, suicidal ideation and suicide in patients using Chantrix to stop smoking.

Chantrix Alternatives

If you would prefer to stop naturally but not cold turkey,consider stop smoking herbs. These are all-natural alternatives to using Chantrix and other drugs to stop smoking. Stop smoking herbs do not have the side effects of Chantrix.

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