Don't take it if you don't have too. I bought it and took one pill and felf horrible (that could just be me) but I couldn't take it. At the time I gave it to my room mate who took it for about two weeks. He was sick constantly, threw up, acted like a baby and was a complete and total a** hole if you know what I mean. Quiting smoking is very difficult so I understand where you are coming from but I finally quit without anything.
I started walking and running, lifting weights and doing a lot of hiking and that made me want to stop. Plus, if you quit and then you smoke again you feel so guilty that it's not even worth it.
If I were you I would stock up on a lot of gum with sugar and a lot of carrots. Drink plenty of water and exercise. If all else fails then get one of those nicotene inhalers or if you have the funds available to you go see a hypnotist.
P.S. my room mate quit taking Chantix and is still smoking.
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