The innovative lozenge to help you stop smoking
How do you choose from the hundreds of options to help you quit smoking?
Acetium is different
Acetium Lozenge is the first intervention of its kind to tackle one of the greatest challenges people face when stopping smoking - the ongoing dependency on nicotine.
Acetium is free from Nicotine and contains a natural amino acid called L-cysteine. The L-cysteine inactivates the acetaldehyde that is found in cigarette smoke, a chemical which experts believe increases the addictive effect of nicotine.
With Acetium you can decrease smoking step by step. Using Acetium whilst smoking changes the pleasure associated with smoking, eventually making it far less enjoyable.
Let a single Acetium lozenge dissolve slowly in your mouth every time you smoke a cigarette. Doing this regularly can help you quit.
Smoking cessation is best achieved when you're motivated to quit, and for best results it usually takes an average of 3-6 months of regular Acetium use.
How does Acetium work?
Studies have shown that you are more likely to stop smoking when using Acetium*
* Syrjänen, K. et al. Slow-release L-cysteine (Acetium®) lozenge is an effective new method in smoking cessation. A randomized, double-blind, placebo-controlled intervention. Anticancer Res 2017;37:3639-3648.
Acetium's Feature Story
The average time to quit smoking is 3 to 6 months with Acetium. Hear the story of how this person became smoking and nicotine free in just over 2.5 months.
Your Success Stories
"It was really easy to use Acetium Lozenge during smoking"
How to use Acetium
Using Acetium is easy and regular use may help you quit smoking sooner than you think. Acetium Lozenges come in a pack of 30 and are small enough to fit in your pocket. Just let one Acetium lozenge dissolve slowly in your mouth each time you smoke a cigarette.
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