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Formulation : Fruit flavoured gum
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Nicorette Fresh Fruit
Dosage: 2mg
Quantity: 105
Price: $53.40
Nicorette Fresh Fruit
Dosage: 4mg
Quantity: 105
Price: $58.20


Nicorette fresh fruit is a smoking cessation medicine used to reduce cravings and withdrawals to help you stop smoking.

The gum contains nicotine polacrilex which is absorbed through the blood vessels in your mouth. The nicotine in Nicorette fresh fruit gum helps combat your symptoms of withdrawal while helping you stop your smoking habit by giving your mouth something else to do. The gum can be used to stop using either a stop to quite or reduce-to-quit method.

Dosage and Administration

The strength of Nicorette fresh fruit gum that is recommended varies depending on the number of cigarettes you smoke each day. Follow all directions given by your healthcare provider and read packaging labels carefully to ensure the best response. Do not use more than recommended.

  • Chew a fresh piece of Nicorette fresh fruit gum until it tastes strong, then hold it between your cheek and gums for 1 minute
  • After the minute, repeat this cycle of chewing and holding for roughly 30 minutes
  • After about 30 minutes, all the nicotine should have been released and absorbed
  • Adults who smoke 25 or less cigarettes daily should start by using Nicorette 2mg gum
  • Patients who smoke more than 25 cigarettes should start with the 4mg strength gum
  • For a stop to quit method, stop smoking entirely and chew Nicorette fresh fruit gum whenever you feel the urge to smoke
  • Weeks 1 to 2, most patients chew 10 to 20 pieces a day, every time they feel the urge to smoke
  • During weeks 3 to 4 these urges reduce, resulting in 8 to 15 pieces being chewed daily
  • For month 2, most adults should chew Nicorette gum every 2 to 4 hours, chewing 4 to 10 pieces a day
  • In month 3, the frequency should reduce to every 4 to 8 hours, chewing 2 to 5 pieces a day
  • For months 4 to 6, adults should chew one piece of gum any time they feel the urge to smoke
  • Do not chew more than 20 pieces of gum per day
  • Do not chew more than one piece at a time
  • For the reduce-to-quit method, patients should replace cigarettes that don’t matter as much to them in their routine with Nicorette fresh fruit gum for roughly 6 weeks
  • During weeks 7 to 16, adults should eliminate cigarettes that are more important in their routine to get their usage down to half and use Nicorette fresh fruit gum to manage cravings and withdrawal
  • Weeks 17 to 24, patients should eliminate cigarettes daily and transition into the stop to quit method using the Nicorette fresh fruit gum to support them
  • Store at room temperature out of reach of children and pets

Side Effects

Nicorette fresh fruit gum may cause you to develop some side effects while reducing your cravings and withdrawal symptoms. Speak to your healthcare provider to learn more about any symptoms that you might develop.

Common Nicorette fresh fruit side effects:

  • Mild dizziness
  • Dry mouth, upset stomach, burping, hiccups
  • Mouth or throat soreness
  • Changes in your ability to taste
  • headache

Serious Side Effects

Some more serious adverse effects may occur during treatment with Nicorette fresh fruit. Contact your healthcare provider if you develop any of the following symptoms:

  • Fast or pounding heartrate
  • Fluttering sensation in your chest
  • Blisters in your mouth
  • Teeth or jaw problems
  • Wheezing, tightness in your chest
  • Trouble breathing

Allergic Reactions

Do not use Nicorette fresh fruit gum if you are allergic to nicotine or any of the other gum ingredients. Contact your healthcare provider right away if you notice any of the following signs of an allergic reaction:

  • Hives, rash
  • Difficulty breathing
  • Swollen face, lips, tongue, or throat


  • Do not use Nicorette fresh fruit gum if you do not smoke.
  • Do not use Nicorette gum if you have any of the following conditions:
    • Heart arrythmias
    • Disorder of your jaw
    • Heart attack
    • Chest pain
  • Do not use Nicorette gum while pregnant or breastfeeding. Using nicotine during pregnancy can cause harmful effects on you and your unborn child. Speak to your healthcare provider.
  • Before using Nicorette fresh fruit gum, tell your healthcare provider if you have ever had any of the following conditions:
    • Heart disease
    • Heart attack or chest pain
    • Irregular heartbeat
    • Stroke
    • High blood pressure levels
    • Blood circulation problems
    • Brain circulation disorder treatment
    • Asthma
    • Chronic lung issues
    • Throat disease
    • Thyroid problems
    • Stomach issues
    • Ulcers or inflammation in your esophagus
    • Kidney or liver disease
    • Diabetes that requires insulin
  • Some drugs may interact with Nicorette fresh fruit gum and cause adverse reactions. Tell your healthcare provider about all the medications that you take including over the counter medicines.
  • Avoid eating or drinking for 15 minutes before using Nicorette gum or while it is in your mouth.
  • Nicorette fresh fruit gum is not an approved treatment method for anyone younger than 18.

Form and Strength

This smoking cessation medicine is available in gum form.

  • Nicorette fresh fruit gum strengths:
    • 2mg
    • 4mg

Both the 2 and 4mg Nicorette fresh fruit gum strengths are available in quantities of 105.


How many Nicorette gums can you have a day?

It is recommended that you don’t have more than 20 pieces of Nicorette fresh fruit gum in a day. If you use Nicorette 2mg strength gum and find that it does not effectively reduce your cravings or withdrawal symptoms, you should discuss changing to 4mg gum with your healthcare provider. Those who smoke 25 cigarettes a day or more are usually recommended to use the 4mg strength. The amount of gum you need to chew each day should gradually decrease with your cravings.

Is it bad to use nicotine gum for a long time?

Most Nicorette gum treatment plans last anywhere from 6 to 12 months depending on the quit method you use and how much you previously smoked. If you feel like you need more gum than recommended each day as treatment progresses, discuss options with your healthcare provider; they may recommend a different method or combining methods. The goal with this gum is to help reduce cravings and withdrawal so you can eventually quit.



Additional information

Brand Name:

Nicorette Fresh Fruit

Scientific Name:

Nicotine polacrilex – non Rx

Other Names:

Nicorette Fresh Fruit


2mg, 4mg

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