Giving up smoking


Explanation of the technique

Since 1973, there exists a safe and efficient way to quit smoking, using a French technique. This technique was originally developed by a team of French doctors from the Henri Mondor Hospital in a Paris suburb, after having observed Chinese colleagues treating opium addicted patients.

Instead of successive acupuncture needle applications during six weeks, a one time only small painless surgical stitch was created. This stitch, in a precise area of the inner part of the ear, is kept in place for one month. It inhibits the unwanted side effects of nicotine withdrawal symptoms (pangs), cravings, reducing them to very acceptable levels. No side effects nor contraindications have been reported.

You can giving up smoking

After using this “stitch” for 30 years, F. Marat recently developed a new non acupuncture technique. It consists in the application of a very discrete, medicine free protection disposable patch-like device, in one or both ear for 2 to 3 weeks. The method includes a interview screening process that analyzes the emotional and behavioral factors in each case involved, to prevent weight gain, insomnia, and usual nicotine abstinence reactions. Successful results occur in at least 70{7c0387aef9962bbd707cb1481ac5cae4746c6f0935ddd5b23d869625753bc4c8} of the cases accepted.

Neither nicotine substitutes such as patches, sprays, gums, drops, E-cigarette, or psychiatric drugs such as; Zyban – Bup – Zetron (“Welbutrim”), Pamelor, Chantix, NicVac, strong anti-depressive drugs are used. There is no need, for daily care as with the stitch, nor needs for successive visits for reinforcement as with the traditional acupuncture needles, laser or infrared techniques. In fact, no additional counseling, therapy, self-help programs, vitamins, teas etc. accompaniment are necessary.

This new procedure is all you need to stop smoking. The procedure´s cost is equivalent to buying 1 ½ packs of cigarettes daily, for two months. If you have any doubts, F. Marat speaks fluent English.

Information can be obtained by calling, in São Paulo Brazil, 55 11 3255 5532 or 3259 3259 on weekdays, from 1 to 6 PM EST. Details can be obtained on the original home page in Portuguese with Google translator.


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