Pyongyang, May 30 (KCNA) — Nicotine sticking plaster, one of tobacco substitutes, was recently developed by Pyongyang Medical College under Kim Il Sung University in the DPRK.
It is a high-tech product which helps smoker gradually get rid of attachment for tobacco by evenly supplementing a hint of nicotine through skin and thus quit smoking.
It can be applied to different parts of human body and makes it easy to regulate the dosage of nicotine.
It has been proved effective by clinical trials on hundreds of smokers.
According to them, they felt disagreeable to tobacco and gave up smoking in eight weeks after using the sticking plaster.
The sticking plaster was highly appreciated at the 32nd national sci-tech festival held in April.
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