Sweets “Antinikotin” in a blister – 15.2 g.


When a cigarette burns, tobacco is converted to nicotinic acid. When quitting smoking, the level of nicotinic acid in the body drops sharply. You can replenish its reserves by taking vitamin B3. Folic acid helps to cope with the “smoking cessation” syndrome. B vitamins soothe the nervous system, reduce irritation. Vitamin C accelerates the cleansing of the body (all information is taken from open sources). It is advisable to consume no more than 50 g of sweets per day – this will give about 50% of the norm of vitamins necessary to reduce cravings for nicotine.


Nutritional value per 100 g of product: carbohydrates – 93.6 g, caloric content (energy value) – 374 kcal (1566 kJ).

List of vitamins

in the vitamin premix


Amount of B vitamins

100 g of candy (in 1 piece)

Vitamin B6 (Pyridoxine hydrochloride)

2 mg

1.73 (0.033) mg

Vitamin B5 (Pantothenic acid)

6 mg

8.13 (0.15) mg

Vitamin B9 (Folic acid, folacin)

200 mcg

245.0 (4.66) mcg

Vitamin B3 (nicotinic acid, niacin)

18 mg

14.26 (0.27) mg

Vitamin C (Ascorbic acid)

60 mg

56.2 (1.07) mg

* RUSP – recommended level of daily consumption (TR CU 022/2011, Pr. 2).


Glucose, acidity regulator malic acid, eucalyptus extract, calcium stabilizer stearate, crystal menthol, vitamin premix 963/7, natural carotene dye.