Strength: Miracet uses a high concentration of a select few herbs to achieve success for its users. This is preferable in many ways than the approaches of Zero Nicotine and Ciga Cease – that is to cram every possibly helpful herb into one formula. For this reason I would say Miracet is relatively strong.
Value: Miracet seems rather confident that you will find value in their product, as they’re offering a free trial. It’s difficult to measure the value of “free.”
Results: I’m recommending Miracet because the company is dependable and they stand behind their product. I like that they are confident to combine a specific blend of a handful of herbs to aid the quitting process.
Speed of Results: Nicotine leaves the system in a week – after that the addiction is all physical. Miracet begins working within the first hour you take it and helps you through the months to come.
Side Effects: There are no reports to this site or Miracet on any side effects from use.
User Satisfaction:All feedback received has been positive, and I’ve heard that Miracet may be in retail stores pretty soon as a result!
- Abies Niagra: A well known chemical extract that relieves cough and cold symptoms and boosts the immune system.
- Nux Vomica: Another well known chemical used to strengthen the immune system, and also acts as an appetite suppressant.
- Avena : This natural agent helps create the euphoric feeling similar to a nicotine high.
- Aconitum Napellus: This acts to clear chest congestion and like boost digestion.