If you want to stop smoking cigarettes and quit using nicotine-containing products, then you might want to try a nicotine salt.
According to the American Heart Association, one tablespoon of an edible salt contains about 35 milligrams of nicotine.
If you smoke about two packs a day, then a tablespoon of the salt contains 30 milligram of nicotine per tablespoon.
If one teaspoon of salt is burned every two hours, the amount of nicotine in a teaspoon of food is about 1,300 milligam.
Nicotine salt is not a drug, but it is a dietary supplement and, according to the FDA, it should be used as directed by your doctor.
But for people who do not smoke and want to quit, there is some information that suggests that nicotine salt can help.
There is no evidence that nicotine-based products can be habit forming, said Jennifer Schmallen, an addiction specialist with the University of California, San Francisco, and the author of “Nootropics: How to Take Action to Help Yourself.”
Schmellen is also a former editor of The American Journal of Clinical Nutrition.
Nicotine salts are sometimes sold as herbal products.
But Schmollens research shows that they are not.
Schmells research also shows that the chemical compound in nicotine salts that is metabolized into nicotine, the active ingredient in tobacco, can also be used to treat addiction.
The problem with using nicotine salts is that they can make you feel better, but they also can increase your risk of addiction, Schmllens said.
That’s because the substance is metabolizing into a different chemical called acetylcholine, which is a neurotransmitter that is involved in addiction.
Acetylcholinesterase inhibitors are medications that block acetylation of acetyl-choline in the brain.
In other words, they slow down acetylated acetyl receptors in the body.
Nicotine has also been shown to block acetate receptors.
And nicotine also is metabolizable into another chemical called 2-hydroxy-5-methyl-4-phenyl-1-cyclohexyl-6-nonenamide.
Schollens is recommending that people take nicotine salt supplements for five to seven days, and that people who have taken nicotine before switching to an acetylcysteine-containing product take a nicotine-specific acetylpyrrolidone acetate for about two weeks.
For those who take acetyls, a daily dose of nicotine salts can be used once a day or twice a day.
But if you’re taking them before switching, you should not be using them at all, Schollen said.
You should be trying to use them with a different type of acetate blocker to slow down the process of acetaldehyde buildup in your body.