Quit-Smoking Nutritious Pill Developed in DPRK

Pyongyang, May 31 (KCNA) — The Sosong Koryo Medicine Management Office in the Democratic People’s Republic of Korea has recently developed a new kind of quit-smoking nutritious pill. It is also potent for treating various diseases.

The pill is mainly made from rare medicinal herbs growing in steep mountains and deep valleys of the country. It will contribute to the no-smoking campaign reflecting the world trend to build a new tobacco-free century.

From one or two days after taking the pill, it relieves people from smoking. It also removes such symptoms of diseases caused by smoking as hazy feeling, cough, phlegm, asthma, heart discomfort, general prostration and indigestion, and improves the apatite and overall organic functions.

The pill is good for the treatment of bronchitis of passive smokers like women and children.

In an interview with KCNA on the occasion of the World No-Tobacco Day (May 31), Ri Yon Ok, director of the office, told: The pill helps people quit smoking while raising their immunity without any side-effects. Its test application to those who wanted to quit smoking proves efficacious one hundred percent. The demand for the pill is on a sharp increase.

It was awarded the DPRK’s patent in February this year.

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