"Researchers have also been able to confirm that a mouse subjected to a single act of aggression by one of its congeners showed signs of stress only if it had been previously exposed to nicotine," the study said. Although the research focused on mice, the researchers said that the study will now revolve around how humans react to this experiment.
Experts, since years have said that smoking invites various health hazards. It is imperative to curb these smoking habits and lead a healthier lifestyle.
We list down some natural remedies suggested by Ayurveda Expert Dr. MA Chaudhary from Ayur Tree Herbal to help you quit smoking.
1. Dried Ginger with Lemon
Ginger has Sulphur compounds that help in reducing this addiction. All you need to do is to soak small pieces of ginger with lemon juice and mix it with black pepper and store it in a container. Just suck into the piece of ginger whenever you have the urge to smoke and you will see the difference.(Also Read: Ayurveda for Hypertension: 8 Foods and Herbs That May Help Cut Down High Blood Pressure)
Harad or Harar (Terminalia Chebula) are of two types, one is big sized and brown in colour and the other is small sized and black in colour. Use the black harad and soak it in water for a few hours and keep it in your mouth for a few minutes. This will help reduce the urge to smoke.
3. Dalchini and Honey
Honey and dalchini both are loaded with health benefiting properties and can help you quit smoking. Take some dalchini powder. mix half teaspoon of honey and have it with water at least 2-3 times a day to reduce the urge to smoke.(Also Read: 6 Amazing Benefits of Honey and Cinnamon)
4. Onion Juice
If you wish to quit smoking and are unable to do so despite multiple attempts, then bring this magic potion to your rescue. In order to reduce the urge to smoke, onion juice can come to great help. Drink onion juice at least three times a day to see positive results.
The whole process of quitting smoking can bring along withdrawal symptoms as well. Ginseng helps in reducing cravings and further helps the body to deal with physical and emotional stress while experiencing withdrawal symptoms. So while the other above mentioned foods may help you reduce the urge to smoke, ginseng will help you cope with its withdrawal symptoms.