Enough said? Of course…
you want to quit… you’ve tried to quit before… but somehow you
always seem to backslide and end up smoking again.
The real question is how to quit… successfully and finally! The so-called experts will tell you that you need to employ
some sort of pharmaceutical substitute.
Something that is patented and thereby contributes to the
well-being of one of the big drug companies… and not necessarily to
How in the world will it benefit you to continue to ingest this
deadly poison, albeit in a different form?
So you chew the gum or wear the patch… and instead of
irritating your lungs, you irritate your mouth’s mucous membranes and
gums or your body’s largest organ… your skin.
This should not be acceptable to anyone of sound mind who wishes
to also be of sound body.
There is only one way to stop smoking… and that is to stop! That’s right… Cold Turkey!
(But you need to have a plan of attack.
No good General would send his army in to fight a powerful enemy
without having worked out a logical plan of battle.)
The medical establishment looks upon the problem of addiction as
simply being physical (and maybe sometimes psychological) in nature.
Dr. Damon Leigh (an ex-nicotine addict himself) believes this
analysis of the problem of addiction to be incomplete.
Addiction is also a spiritual problem… and it can be most
successfully overcome by an intelligently managed application of a
combination of physical, emotional and spiritual means.
Think about it… if you attempt to quit smoking with the
assistance of your medical doctor or your local pharmacist, you are
really on your own. While you are home alone, struggling to maintain your
composure while suffering through withdrawal, your doctor or pharmacist
is out playing golf or at the movies, etc.
It’s not that they don’t care… some probably do.
It’s just that they have other things and people (most notably
themselves) to think about.
There is only One upon Whom you can depend to be at your side
through this (or any other) situation in life... 24 hours a day... 7
days a week. And that
One… is The Lord God. If
you are able to see the truth in this statement, then you are halfway
home in beating your addiction to nicotine.
If you don’t believe it, the task becomes more difficult.
Dr. Damon Leigh has been through this process himself. He knows, from personal experience, how to help you. Why put off quitting for one more day? The sooner you quit, the happier you’ll be… and, quite probably, the longer you’ll stay around to enjoy the fruits of your new and more beautiful life.
Dr. Leigh today to get where you belong... back on The Natural Path.