Nicorette Cool Berry aerosol x 150 doses

McNeil ProductsLtd.


£24.99 £50.00




  • Nicorette Cool Berry spray is recommended for use in the treatment of nicotine addiction in the so-called nicotine replacement therapy. One dose (one spray) contains 1mg of nicotine.

Nicorette Cool Berry composition:

One dose contains 1 mg of nicotine and auxiliary substances: propylene glycol, anhydrous ethanol, trometanol, poloxamer 407, glycerol, sodium bicarbonate, levomenthol, red fruit aroma, cooling aroma, sucralose, acesulfame potassium, hydrochloric acid (for pH adjustment) and purified water .

Operation Nicorette Cool Berry spray:

The product is recommended for people who want to quit smoking. Nicorette Cool Berry delivers 1mg of nicotine in the form of mists directly to the mouth. The drug allows to limit the occurrence of nicotine cravings and other unpleasant withdrawal symptoms that appear after stopping smoking. Unlike the Nicorette, the Cool Berry does not contain various types of toxins, carbon monoxide and tar substances. To increase the effectiveness of treatment, it is recommended to use non-pharmacological methods of quitting smoking in parallel.

Application:
Nicorette Cool Berry aerosol indicated for use in the treatment of nicotine addiction. Preparation for adults.

Additional information:
Keep out of reach of children at room temperature. It contains ethanol (less than 100 mg in one dose) and propylene glycol (an ingredient that can contribute to skin irritation).

Contraindications:
Do not use in case of hypersensitivity to any component of the drug. Do not use in children and adolescents under 18 years of age. Do not use in non-smokers. It is not recommended for women during pregnancy and lactation.

Side effects:
During the use of the drug may experience side effects, some of them are withdrawal symptoms: irritability, aggression, impatience, frustration; feeling of anxiety, concentration difficulties, restlessness; waking up at night, sleep disturbances; increased appetite, weight gain; bad mood; nicotine craving; reduced heart rate; gum bleeding, mouth ulcers; dizziness, a feeling of emptiness in the head; cough, sore throat, stuffy nose, runny nose, constipation. If you experience symptoms such as swollen face, tongue, throat, difficulty swallowing, difficulty in breathing, hives, stop using the medicine immediately and consult your doctor. Other side effects: very common - hiccups, sore throat, nausea, throat irritation; often - local reactions (burning sensation, inflammation of the mouth, changes in taste sensation), dry mouth, increased salivation, pain and discomfort in the abdomen, vomiting, bloating, diarrhea, tiredness, hypersensitivity, tingling; uncommon - nose problems (obstruction, sneezing), runny nose, wheezing, feeling more breathing, tightness in the throat, redness of the skin, increased perspiration, oral reactions (tingling of the tongue, inflammation of the tongue, mouth ulcers) oral cavity, lesion of the oral cavity, change in the sound of the voice, mouth and throat pain, belching, bleeding of the gums), palpitations, acceleration of the heart rhythm, hypertension, rash, itchy skin, unusual dreams, discomfort and chest pain, weakness, bad mood; rarely - difficulty swallowing, reduced sensation in the mouth, reflex vomiting; frequency unknown - blurred vision, increased tear production, dry throat, discomfort in the stomach, pain in the lips, arrhythmia, redness of the skin, allergic reactions (angioedema, anaphylaxis).

Dosage of the Nicorette Cool Berry aerosol:

Use as recommended on the leaflet or doctor's instructions. When using Nicorette Cool Berry, stop smoking altogether. For the first 6 weeks it is recommended to use 1-2 doses in the event of nicotine cravings, usually this means 1-2 doses every 30-60 minutes. Do not administer more than 2 doses at one time or use 4 doses per hour for 16 hours. The maximum daily dose is 64 sprays in 16 hours. In the second stage of treatment, ie from 7 to 9 week, it is recommended to reduce the number of sprays per day. At the end of the 9th week the daily dose should be reduced by at least half. From 10 to 12 weeks, you still need to reduce the number of applications used daily. At week 12, you should not use more than 4 doses a day. At the time, when the daily number of sprays is 2-4 doses, the drug should be completely discontinued. At the end of the treatment, there may be occasional attacks of nicotine cravings, then it is recommended to administer 1-2 doses of the drug. Treatment usually lasts 3-6 months. If it is necessary to extend the treatment, consult a physician. The drug should be applied directly to the mouth, holding the container as close as possible to the mouth. When spraying, do not inhale air to avoid getting into the throat. Immediately after the application, one should pause for a few seconds with swallowing. Do not eat or drink after using the medicine. Treatment usually lasts 3-6 months. If it is necessary to extend the treatment, consult a physician. The drug should be applied directly to the mouth, holding the container as close as possible to the mouth. When spraying, do not inhale air to avoid getting into the throat. Immediately after the application, one should pause for a few seconds with swallowing. Do not eat or drink after using the medicine. Treatment usually lasts 3-6 months. If it is necessary to extend the treatment, consult a physician. The drug should be applied directly to the mouth, holding the container as close as possible to the mouth. When spraying, do not inhale air to avoid getting into the throat. Immediately after the application, one should pause for a few seconds with swallowing. Do not eat or drink after using the medicine.