COMMIT: FDA Approved Drugs and User Comments

User Comments:

For Smoking Cessation “Commit is the only one that worked for me. I’ve been smoke-free for 13 years now! It works!!!!”

Steenie (taken for 1 to 6 months) April 15, 2017

For Smoking Cessation “Commit really works if you want to stop smoking. The cons are: stinging or burning at first which goes away; heartburn definitely if you use them frequently; gas. The major CON is COMMIT REALLY ARE ADDICTIVE THEMSELVES! Considering that we are dealing with an addict in the first place….we will use Commit constantly. I have a lozenger in my mouth constantly. …even while sleeping! There has to be a better way. Trying to go down to the 2mg lozenger and use according to the directions. Certainly don’t think of cigarettes. Hate them now. Have been on Commit since 2003. Have bad heartburn and ulcers. Concerned about effect on my red blood cells.”

Nurscat (taken for 5 to 10 years) January 22, 2017

For Smoking Cessation “Commit are the ONLY thing that ever enabled me not to smoke. Patches, gum, hypnosis – totally useless. First day I took Commit I was over cigs. The prob is that Commit are HIGHLY addictive – as bad as cigs. I found myself later sometimes buying a pack of cigs to take a break from Commit! I used Commit for 12 years. Never was without one in my mouth during waking hrs. I would eat meals with one in my mouth, it was that bad. Recent surgery required I get 100 % off nicotine or DIE, and that finally did it, now I’m out. Commit will get you to stop smoking cigs but then you need a plan to stop Commit too. Don’t be fooled, Commit is an addictive drug”

Tost (taken for 10 years or more) August 20, 2016

For Smoking Cessation “Tried everything this is the only thing that worked”

Anonymous August 7, 2015

For Smoking Cessation “After 38 years of smoking, the time to quit came at the age of 50 for me. When I saw my youngest son taking up smoking and my brand too I knew it was time. For that is the way I started and history does repeat itself. When I asked my son not to smoke he just said “if you stop I’ll stop”. I told him how niether the patch nor the gum worked for me. He told me of how Commit worked for a friend of his.Well, I made the first attempt and gave up after three days. I promised him I would try again in one week, I did and now I have not smoked for 4 years and 8 months. And with commit it WAS easier than I could hope for. I followed the suggestions given and as I began to, as Dr.Oz put it, breathe free, I just had to go on. It took two months.”

Mr.. O (taken for 1 to 6 months) March 17, 2013

For Smoking Cessation “It works, but it gave me gas and diarrhea.”

tyr3$ha12340987 March 6, 2012

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