Stop Smoking Without The Cravings?

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Is Such A Thing Possible? You bet!

This latest shock report will tell you things you never imagined and most doctors could not dream of. It will introduce you to a quit- smoking method that's completely unlike any other method you have ever heard of before...

Here is a special message from author Keith Scott-Mumby MD, PhD

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“Breakthrough” and “revolution” are over-used and over-hyped words. But my smoking cessation method is different – very different.

What’s more it’s one of the few scientific developments I can lay real credit to.

I started this innovative method in the UK in 1981, on the back of my pioneer work as a food and environmental allergist. I’ll wager you’ve never even heard of it. It’s not covered in literature reviews of patches, hypnotism, drugs, psychotherapy and other recognized methods of cessation.

It’s about to be reborn!

  • It’s easy to learn and relatively easy to do. You can start TODAY.
  • It’s very inexpensive and has a better than 80% success rate (be wary of statistics; the only thing that matters is: will it work for you?)
  • The best part is that you can eliminate the unpleasant withdrawal symptoms which all smokers face when they try to quit (also called cravings).

People ask me, if it’s so good, why don’t doctors use it? It’s a reasonable but very naïve question. Drug companies wouldn’t want you to hear of it; they make $billions on the backs of smokers’ suffering, despite the uselessness of their products. Since drug companies control virtually everything doctors think, say and do, you can be sure that advanced methods like this are not going to filter through to the medical profession any time soon.

This is too new and too innovative (listen, a century after the discovery of germs and the disastrous effects of transferring them from patient to patient, most doctors still don’t wash their hands often enough, according to official government figures).


Will Power and Drugs To Stop Smoking

Most stop smoking methods rely, ultimately, on will power. Even hypnotism, probably the most successful quit regime at around 40% success rate, is an attempt to install a higher level of will power, to override the cravings.

Using nicotine replacement therapy (NRT), with patches or gum, is simply masking the moment of withdrawal and deferring it. Sooner or later the patches or gum will have to be stopped and then the cravings kick in. That’s why NRT is only about 9- 11% successful after 12 months. See also my footnote at the bottom of this page

Drugs (typically antidepressants) that compromise your thought processes and suppress your body’s natural defence reactions are a very stupid approach to addiction. You’ll become addicted to those too, like as not, and end up taking them for years, if not the rest of your life.

Statistics show the results are very poor and the big hyped favorite, Bupropion hydrochloride (Zyban), carries a government health warning that Bupropion hydrochloride can cause severe mental illness. All packaging must carry a suicide warning.

Who needs that?

My method is simple, quick, safe, no drugs, no chemicals or substitutes. It works. It costs less than $20 for a lifetime supply of everything you need! It's interactive and very positive, because you are repeatedly doing something, instead of passively trying to not-do something!


Nicotine is NOT the Problem

Let me tell you the truth: despite everything you read and hear, nicotine is not the cause of the addiction. This might be counter intuitive but I know it’s true. You can reflect that, if nicotine were the sole problem, NRT should work like magic. The results should be in the range of 95% success, at least during the time the patches are being applied, not a measly 11%.

Nicotine addiction is only a small fraction of the problem. Why do I stick my neck out like that? You know, and I know, that so-called “experts” will scoff at what I just wrote.

Simple. Because I have found out what it is that smokers are really addicted to. Not only that but I developed a simple way to block the withdrawal cravings (when I say “developed”, I adapted a brilliant 85% successful therapy to this specific use and made it work).

Years later, a world-famous doctor and medical author (the late Richard Mackarness) experimented with the same idea and got the same outstanding results. Thousands in Australia have cause to be grateful for his work. Mackarness wrote a best-selling book that is long out of print. This method is forgotten except among a tiny few.

I abandoned it in 1983, due to pressures which came about due to my own rise to fame in the 1980s, as a pioneer in the field of food allergy and nutrition. In 1987 I made world medico-legal history. I was a kind of rock star doctor (for a time). I wrote books. I was on British TV so many times I lost track. There was no time to think about quit-smoking methods! [yeah, yeah, it DID lose me $millions, sadly]

But I’m not being immodest by saying that I did think of it first and it is only natural that now I am long retired and teaching here in the USA, I should resurrect this fabulous tool to help you and others to quit smoking.

So I did the obvious thing—I wrote a detailed report. telling the world what I know. There will be a book later but that takes 12- 18 months. You don’t want to wait that long. Every month you continue to smoke adds to your considerable health risks.

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Further particulars.

I learned a great deal in my pioneer years about other, unsuspected problems smokers face. As well as my revolutionary stop-smoking technique, I can help you in ways you’d never guess.

I found, for example, that eating certain foods will trigger a sudden and irresistible craving for a smoke, even after having quit for many months. See, it's not all peer pressure that leads to wanting to go back to smoking, even after successfully quitting. But doctors don't know this, so they don't teach it to you.

Inhaling certain chemicals can have the same effect. It will create mysterious and sudden lapses or tussles with will power that startle and upset ex-smokers determined not to start again. Obviously, you want to know what these foods and chemicals are and then avoid them like poison, while you are trying to quit. And for many years afterwards, so you don’t relapse.

I explain all this, and more, in the dynamic report I have for you. It also explains my special method in full detail. Everything you need. You will know what to do!


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Your Doubts

You are probably thinking: This can’t be real. If this worked and was any good, we’d all have heard about it by now.

Actually, that’s illogical. This is new. Only a handful of people on Earth have tried and succeeded with this therapy. It’s being reborn, after years of experimentation.

Nobody really knows about it, so nobody is talking about it. That’s why you have never heard of it!

Think back, there was a time when only a few dozen people had heard of anesthetics— the ability to kill pain by rendering a patient unconscious. Nowadays, everyone knows about it and operating on a patient without making them insensible to pain would be considered barbarous.

So never mind the “why has nobody heard of this?” part. Your only question is: will this work for me?

And sincerely, hand on heart, I cannot say. You may be among the few people who are unlucky. I hope not.

But let me add this; if it doesn’t work for you or you are not happy with what you learned, then you can have your money back. That’s hand on heart too. I only require that you send me visual proof that you did try it: a photo or a short video from your cell phone of you doing this will be sufficient.

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Time For Action

So, that’s all I’m going to say. Nor will I try and dazzle you with testimonials. There aren’t any! I have lost contact with every single pioneer patient who tried this with me, back in the 1980s.

You’ll have to make up your own mind, based on the logic and my likely integrity, whether this might work for you. If you haven’t got the idea by now, my technique may not be what you are looking for. Thank you anyway for reading this far.

On the other hand...

If you are gripped with the exciting possibility of a really workable new technique for quitting smoking, then you need to get this important and valuable eBook. You can become a world class pioneer!

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Remember, it’s packed with information, but this is something you DO. If you are not willing to take action, then please don’t order the report. Is that sensible?

I'm offering you a how-to manual, not just a book. You need to understand that.

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PS If I end up dead mysteriously you’ll know the powerful and dangerous tobacco lobby got me! But you’ll also know this really did work, huh?



Davidson, M., Epstein, M., Burt, R., Schaefer, C., Whitworth, G. & McDonald, A. (1998). Efficacy and safety of an over-the-counter transdermal nicotine patch as an aid for smoking cessation. Archives of Family Medicine, 7(6), 569-574. Abstract obtained from PubMed ID No. 9821833.

A comparison of patch and gum effectiveness under both prescription(Rx) and over the counter(OTC) treatments was made by Shiffman et al. They found the efficacy of the patch under OTC conditions to be 19.0% at 6 weeks and 9.2% at 6 months, and that of the gum to be 16.1% at 6 weeks and 8.4% at 6 months (Shiffman et al. p.509). This still indicates that the patch is more effective than the gum , and they also found that the OTC use of the patch was more effective than the Rx, probably due to rates of compliance.

Shiffman, S., Rolf, C., Hellebusch, S.J., Gorsline, J., Gorodetzky, C.W., Chiang, Y. et al. (2001). Real world efficacy of prescription and over-the counter nicotine replacement therapy. Addiction, 97, 505-516

A comprehensive review basically concluded that nicotine replacement therapy (NRT) was no more effective than no method at all, despite the TV marketing hype and propaganda (we all know how good drug companies are at massaging figures for their own benefit, right?)