Pack of Tabmint anti-smoking chewing gum, Denmark, 1974-1984

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1974-1984 in Denmark

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Pack of Tabmint anti-smoking chewing gum, 1984. Plan view of box front. Black background.
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1x12 pack of Tabmint anti-smoking chewing gum, by C.C.C. Ltd., Denmark, expires 1984

Chewing gum containing nicotine is used by smokers who want to quit. Nicotine is the addictive element in cigarettes. This 12-pack of Tabmint anti-smoking chewing gum was made by CCC Ltd. Today a range of nicotine substitute products are available, including skin patches, inhalers and nasal sprays.

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Category:
Materia Medica & Pharmacology
Object Number:
1987-799/159
type:
chewing gum
credit:
Pattani, S.
status:
Permanent collection

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