World No Tobacco Day (WNTD) is observed around the world every year on May 31. It is intended to encourage a 24-hour period of abstinence from all forms of tobacco consumption around the globe.
The day is further intended to draw attention to the widespread prevalence of tobacco use and to negative health effects, which currently lead to nearly 6 million deaths each year worldwide, including 600,000 of which are the result of non-smokers being exposed to second-hand smoke.
Quitting smoking requires a lot of willpower and clear personal determination to stop this habit and begin a healthier life in which you will alleviate all of the side effects that tobacco causes.
We have bring you the list of Plants & Herbs that will help you quit Smoking.
Passion Flower(Krishna Kamal)
Some of the virtues of this beautiful flower are slowing down withdrawals, relaxing you, and helping you rest. To prepare passion flower, it is recommended to use both its petals and fruit in dry form. Use a spoon to collect several of its petals and fruits and bring them to the teapot with boiling water.
After, let it sit for 10 minutes.You can take it before going to sleep. You will rest better and wake up relaxed.
Stevia, a healing herb, “kills” the need for nicotine and also melts pounds, and the best about it is that you can cultivate it in your home.
The latest clinic research conducted in the USA show that this herb gives excellent results if you want to reduce the need for both cigarettes and alcohol. Stevia is also known as a natural sweetener and an amazing substitute for sugar. So, with a single shot you can kill 10 flies, or problems.
You can consume Stevia in any form you like – powder, juice or tea.Give up smoking and drinking alcohol and lose weight at the same time! This herb does not require any special conditions, so you can plant it in your own yard.
Licorice has been used for many centuries as a tobacco substitute. Chewing its root gives you huge physical and psychological benefits, relaxes you, and its components not only alleviate withdrawals but also help you prevent skin cancer as well.
You can consume it in various ways: in powder form and in an infusion, in a decoction, simply chewing its root, or even taking licorice pills that herbal stores sell.
The part of this plant that is usually used is its rhizome or root, making it great to drink in a tea or infusion.
Ginger helps alleviate your urges to smoke and, just like licorice, it leaves a satisfying sensation on your palate due to its strong flavor, which will distract you from your urges for a cigarette.
It is an excellent medicinal plant with very characteristic fruit and is now used in a lot of old cultures as a remedy for many diseases and illnesses. In your case, it is best to use noni’s dry leaves to make infusions to help you stop smoking.
It doesn’t only allow you to relax and fight withdrawals, but it will also help you rest and improve digestion.
If you are not a Smoker but if some one around you still smoking then also there is a problem becuase you are indirectlysmoking. So why just clean the air before it reaches you or atleast reduce air pollution. In that case, you can plant Air Purifier Plants.
Peace Lily helps in clearing tobacco pollutants from indoor air.
The spider plant is effective at removing up to 96 percent of carbon monoxide. Along with the carbon monoxide present in tobacco smoke.
Calamus (Acorus calamus)
It is of great use in removing the residual toxins in the lungs from cigarette smoking.
It will also give you the extra energy and stamina that you need while in withdrawal.