- 1. Plant Based
- 2. Non Addictive
- 3. Nicotine free
- 4. Minimum Side Effects
Tabex® is the first effective medicine in the world for smoking cessation, which does not contain nicotine and antidepressants. Tabex® is based on Cytisine, a plant origin substance . Cytisine has greater therapeutic spectrum than nicotine, which makes it safer to use. Compared with nicotine it has lesser effect on the peripheral nervous system and arterial blood pressure, but effectively stimulates breathing .Cytisine reduces depressive symptoms related to discontinuation of nicotine intoxication.
Cytisine is an alkaloid extracted from the plant Laburnum (Golden Rain Acacia).
Tabex® is a proven tool in therapeutic practice for fast and comfortable cessation of symptoms of nicotine dependence and desire to smoke. Tabex® has the most well-known and longest studied post-marketing safety profile and performance monitored over 40 years in dozens of countries and among millions of the patients.
Tabex® has a complex influence and terminates the mechanisms of nicotine addiction.
After oral administration Cytisine is rapidly absorbed and passes into the bloodstream reaching the center for pleasure in the brain, where it acts by blocking the effects of nicotine and its’ binding to specific receptors. Thus, even after the use of nicotine containing products, nicotine reaching this zone can not manifest the effects of its action on these specific receptors and the you will not experience the typical pleasure of its’ use.
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With more than a billion smokers worldwide and lung cancer still as one of the top killers, the results of the TASC trial and these cost effectiveness data show that not only is Tabex comparable with market leading smoking cessation treatments, but that its cost effectiveness has the capacity to save millions of lives globally, by providing an affordable and effective treatment to help people stop smoking.
At the beginning of the trial we were expecting cytisine would be approximately as effective nicotine replacement therapy.To our surprise, what we found during the clinical trial was that the effect of the plant derived drug is actually superior.
My take-away is that cytisine appears to be just as effective as nicotine replacement,but a less costly and time consuming pharmacotherapy for smoking cessation that has been hiding in plain sight.
These results indicate that medications that specifically target this pathway could alleviate nicotine withdrawal as well as reduce the risk of overeating during smoking cessation," said NIDA Director Dr. Nora D. Volkow. "Although more research is warranted, such a highly selective compound might be more effective than drugs that act on more than one type of nicotinic receptor.
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