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The benefits of the Laburnum Tree


Tabex is developed naturally on the basis of Cytisine Included in the plant Cytisus laburnum (Golden Rain acacia)

Cytisine and the Laburnum Tree

Cytisine, a plant extract that's often used in eastern Europe to help with cravings of smoking related customs is apparently far better at the job than nicotine replacement patches and gums.

Not to be confused with the DNA building block cytosine, cytisine is an alkaloid extract from the laburnum or golden rain tree (Laburnum anagyroides), which grows in warm climates in various parts of Europe. Cytisine operates by blocking nicotine's accessibility to the brain's pleasure receptors.

Like nicotine, cytisine is toxic when ingested in huge quantities (just as with any other plant established extract) but is secure at low doses. Cytisine has been produced in Eastern European nations for decades largely Poland and Bulgaria and continues to be utilized as a stopping aid in eastern European countries as the 1960s but is mostly unknown elsewhere. Tabex is a Trademark of Sopharma Pharmaceuticals established in Sofia, Bulgaria who invented Tabex and first found it at the 70's.

Clinical studies show that treatment with the groundwork of Tabex® leads to individuals giving up smoking in more than 57% of individuals.

Cytisine has properties similar to smoking but in a lower toxicity rate. Tabex® manifests among the best results to date for the help of giving up smoking naturally!

Tabex® is exceptionally tolerated, and utilized in therapeutic fashion, allows a slow process of giving up smoking with no major side effects. No major side effects are reported with cytisine and just mild cases show slight stomach upset when used in higher doses.

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