Our Sevenoaks Hypnotist and Acupuncturist
Everything you need to know about our Sevenoaks hypnotherapy and acupuncture services
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Most clients stop in a single session, but a free follow-up is provided within three months in the event that you have a problem. Our Sevenoaks hypnotherapist has bookings from Monday to Saturday, and you can also be seen in the evening.
We have always found that our three treatment course is enough for almost all patients to stop smoking. Our fee is for the complete course.
NOT STOPPING SMOKING
Smoking reduction that works
Not sure you’re ready to stop smoking? Or not sure you can? But you’re here because you worry about it, so do consider this easy way to take control of smoking – without having to stop. Nearest NSS Clinic: Brighton
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THE NSCI STOP SMOKING HANDBOOK
Here’s a snippet from the book. There are lots of pages you can read for free. We suggest you do this before you come to our Sevenoaks hypnosis or acupuncture service.
Drug companies would love to create a vaccine for nicotine (largely because they perceive the neutrogen we use as a vaccine, which it actually isn’t) and several of them are currently working on one. The problem they have is that you can’t create a vaccine for a poison. Vaccines are for viruses and bacteria, and nicotine is obviously neither, so how can they resolve this problem?
Our understanding is that they have genetically modified the cholera bacterium to get it to absorb a molecule of nicotine. This, they theorise, will, if injected into the body, stimulate the production of antibodies to the combined bacterium/poison. If they succeed it will be a consid-erable scientific achievement.
It is hard to see what the point would be, though. The theory is that this ‘vaccine’, when injected, would confer immunity to tobacco, and they will want therefore to inject children with it to prevent them liking tobacco if they try smoking it. The point is, though, that children DON’T like tobacco when they first smoke it. This is because tobacco is poisonous – and the body is born with a natural immunity to poisons.
The pursuit of profit is all very well, but is this science gone mad?