Nicotrol Inhaler

Nicotrol Inhaler helps you quit smoking. This method provides some degree of comfort by providing a hand-to-mouth ritual similar to smoking.

Nicotrol Inhaler Overview


Nicotrol Inhaler is an over the counter medication used to provide a smoker with adequate amounts of nicotine to reduce the urge to smoke. Nicotrol Inhaler belongs to a group of drugs called smoking cessation aid. These work by providing controlled amounts of nicotine to help reduce the urge to smoke.

This medication comes in an inhaler cartridge and is used 6 to 16 times per day for up to 12 weeks.

Common side effects of Nicotrol Inhaler include irritation of mouth and throat, taste disturbances and cough.


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  • Colitis, Ulcerative
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  • Tobacco Use Disorder

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Nicotrol Inhaler Drug Class

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