Nautilus Launches Nicotine Coffee: "NicoFix" - A New Brew Designed to Help Stop Smoking

STUTTGART, Germany - July 19, 2022 - PRLog -- Richard H. Davis, President and CEO of Nautilus GmbH Laboratoriumsbedarf & Co. KG., states that his company intends to produce and market a new patent-pending nicotine-infused-coffee; called NicoFix. According to Davis, the inventor of NicoFix, says it's the world's first smoking-cessation coffee containing a shot of natural nicotine, about what you would get in a couple of regular filtered cigarettes. "NicoFix coffee is not your average cup of joe," explains Davis. "NicoFix coffee is marketed to smokers who want to satisfy their cigarette cravings with a true 'Nicotine Fix' without lighting up, it is intended to give smokers an alternative to cigarettes, cigars, cigarillos, chewing tobacco, snuff and snus." said Davis.

NicoFix coffee is designed for the average Smoker in search of a quick pick-me-up. NicoFix coffee contains 3 milligrams of naturally derived nicotine alkaloids per cup. While NicoFix can lessen cravings, it is not a 'cure' for smoking. But it can help you make changes in your lifestyle without having to walk out of Starbucks for a quick smoke to deal with those sudden withdrawal symptoms. Over time, when you are more comfortable being a nonsmoker, the use of nicotine coffee can be reduced and then stopped. "The worldwide awareness about the harmful effects of cigarette smoking will offer immense growth opportunities for NicoFix coffee," said Davis.

According to Davis, Starbucks plans to begin using coffee beans containing nicotine, recently developed in South America under U.S. Patent Number 6749882-B2: Coffee Drink Comprising Pre-Extracted Nicotine. Now coffeeholics can get Regular (caffeine), Unleaded (decaffeinated ) and Premium (nicotine). Davis doubts Starbucks Corporation will ever brew up a nicotine-laced coffee, unless NicoFix gets some premium shelf space next to the Juan Valdez brand coffees.

Risk Factors: The United States Food and Drug Administration has agreed with the company's claim that its nicotine-infused-coffee reduces smokers' exposure to harmful chemicals but said the company had not proved conclusively that it would result in less harm and disease.

† These statements have not been evaluated by the Food and Drug Administration. This product is not intended to diagnose, treat, cure or prevent any disease.

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