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Without Prescription
Without Nicotine
One-Time Treatment

Why Tabex ?

Cytisine the Natural Plant Extract
Cytisine is a natural plant extract
Cytisine the Natural Plant Extract
It doesn’t contain nicotine or antidepressants
No Unpleasant Sensations and Discomfort
No unpleasant sensations and discomfort
One Package is One-Time Treatment

1 package = 1 one-time treatment of 25 days

What does Tabex contain?

Cytisine Extract from Golden Rain

The active ingredient of Tabex – cytisine is an alkaloid isolated from the plant Cytisus Laburnum – acacia “golden rain”. Its chemical structure is similar to nicotine and competes for the same receptors in the brain – the so-called nicotinic acetylcholine receptors.

However, cytisine has a stronger ability to bind to these receptors and thus “protects” them from nicotine by preventing it from binding to them. As a result, the symptoms of nicotine addiction gradually decrease and disappear.

How to take Tabex ?

Tabex is administered orally according to the following schedule:

If the results are unsatisfactory, the treatment may be discontinued and a new one month therapy can be resumed after 2-3 months.

Treatment should be applied according to the following schedule:

  • First 3 days: 1 tablet 6 times daily (every 2 hours) with a parallel reduction of the number of cigarettes smoked (6 daily)
    If the result is unsatisfactory, the treatment is discontinued and a new therapy can be resumed after 2-3 months. For best effect, the treatment should continue according to the following schedule:
  • 4th to 12th day: 1 tablet every 2 1/2 hours (5 tablets daily)
  • 13th to 16th day: 1 tablet every 3 hours (4 tablets daily)
  • 17th to 20th day: 1 tablet every 5 hours (3 tablets daily)
  • 21st to 25th day: 1 to 2 tablets daily

The course of treatment usually lasts 25-30 days, and can be repeated totalling a 2 month cycle. Studies show this to be far more effective with more patients giving up smoking after 60 days! In this case 2 packets are recommended per cycle.

It is likely smoking cessation will occur by the 5th day after the initiation of treatment. After the course patients should give evidence of strong will by declining any smoking products, or lighting a cigarette.

The quantity of cigarettes smoked by an individual during the first three days must be decreased gradually. The complete smoking cessation should occur no later than the fifth day after the beginning of the start of course.