Johnson & Johnson Brand: Johnson & Johnson

Product description

Nicorette Fruit 4 mg is a lozenge medication to relieve withdrawal symptoms and reduce craving when trying to stop smoking or reducing the number of cigarettes smoked when trying to quit smoking. Nicorette Pepparmint relieves withdrawal symptoms associated with stopping smoking, including craving.
Nicorette lozenges dissolve in the mouth, release nicotine, thanks to which it is delivered to the body in a controlled dose. This helps to gradually reduce his nicotine requirements and enables him to work on changing habits without experiencing craving or withdrawal symptoms. The preparation is indicated for use in smokers with a high degree of nicotine addiction, i.e. people who smoke their first cigarette during the day within 30 minutes of waking up or smoke more than 20 cigarettes a day. It is recommended that you participate in a behavioral support program for mental recovery during preparation recovery.
The container contains 20 lozenges, mint flavor. Nicorette Fruit  tablets do not contain sugar.


Treatment of tobacco addiction by alleviating nicotine withdrawal symptoms and craving in smokers aged 18 and over. The end goal of use is to permanently stop using tobacco products.
Use in smokers aged 12-17 years at the discretion of the doctor.


1 lozenge contains:
  • active ingredient: 4 mg of nicotine (as nicotine with cation exchanger)
  • excipients: tablet core - mannitol (E 421), xanthan gum, spray-dried Winterfresh RDE4-149 (contains gum arabic (E 414) and aromas of menthol, peppermint and eucalyptus), anhydrous sodium carbonate (E 500) (i), sucralose (E 955), acesulfame potassium (E 950), magnesium stearate (E 470b); coating - hypromellose (E 464), Winterfresh RDE4-149 (contains aromas of menthol, peppermint and eucalyptus), titanium dioxide (E 171), sucralose (E 955), Sepifilm Gloss (contains hypromellose (E 464), microcrystalline cellulose (E 460), potassium aluminum silicate (E 555) and titanium dioxide (E 171), potassium acesulfame (E 950), polysorbate 80 (E 433).


Relief of craving and withdrawal symptoms occurring after stopping smoking.


  • Adolescents 12-17 years of age: Nicorette Pepparmint should only be used as prescribed by a doctor.
  • Children under 12 years of age: do not administer the preparation.
  • Adults (18 years and over):

Quit smoking immediately

  • It refers to the immediate cessation of smoking and the use of lozenges to reduce cigarette cravings.
  • Start treatment with 8 to 12 lozenges a day. As soon as you want to smoke a cigarette, put one lozenge in your mouth and wait for it to dissolve.
  • Use the lozenges in this way for up to 6 weeks, then gradually reduce the number of tablets you take per day.
  • When the patient is only using 1 or 2 lozenges a day, stop them completely.
  • After stopping smoking completely, you may sometimes feel the urge to smoke a cigarette. In this case, you can use the lozenge again.

Gradually quitting smoking

  • It concerns the gradual beginning of replacing some cigarettes with a lozenge. After
  • achieving this goal, smoking is completely stopped using lozenges. Finally, the use of lozenges is also stopped.
  • If you have a strong desire to smoke a cigarette, use the Nicorette FRUIT lozenge instead of a cigarette to help control your craving for nicotine. You should reduce the number of cigarettes smoked per day to the lowest possible number. If a patient is unable to reduce the number of cigarettes smoked daily after 6 weeks, consult an appropriate healthcare professional.
  • As soon as the patient feels able to do so, he should stop smoking completely. You should then follow the instructions above for stopping smoking immediately. The patient should do this as soon as possible. If the attempt to stop smoking completely has been unsuccessful within 6 months of starting treatment, you should consult an appropriate healthcare professional.
  • Do not exceed the stated dose. Follow the instructions strictly and do not use more than 15 lozenges in a day (24 hours).
  • If the patient feels the need to use the preparation for more than 9 months in total, consult a doctor.

Place Nicorette in the mouth and move it from one side to the other from time to time until it is completely dissolved. The tablet releases nicotine which is absorbed into the body through the lining of the mouth. This should take less than 20 minutes. The lozenges should not be chewed or swallowed whole. Also, do not eat or drink while sucking her.


Nicorette Pepparmint should not be used if you:

  • are allergic to nicotine or any of the other ingredients of this medicine.
  • is under 12 years old.
  • he never smoked.


  • Keep the preparation  out of the sight and reach of children.
  • Polypropylene container: Store in the original package in order to protect from moisture.
  • Blister: no special recommendations regarding storage conditions.
  • Do not use the medication cup to store anything else as it may retain tablet dust and cover other items you put in the cup.
  • Medicines should not be disposed of via wastewater or household waste. Ask your pharmacist how to throw away medicines no longer required. Such behavior will help to protect the environment.

Side effects

Like all medicines, Nicorette Pepparmint 4 mg can cause side effects, although not everybody gets them. Some of the smoking cessation side effects may be withdrawal symptoms due to a reduction in the nicotine dose administered. Possible actions are:

  • irritability, aggression, impatience or frustration
  • feeling restless, restless or having difficulty concentrating
  • waking up at night or having trouble sleeping
  • increased appetite or weight gain
  • bad mood,
  • the desire to smoke a cigarette (nicotine craving),
  • decreased heart rate,
  • bleeding gums or mouth ulcers
  • dizziness or light-headedness
  • cough, sore throat, blocked or runny nose
  • constipation.

If you notice any of the following serious side effects, stop taking Nicorette Pepparmint and contact your doctor immediately as they may be a sign of a serious allergy.

The frequency of occurrence is unknown:

  • hives (a skin disorder characterized by itchy, raised or red spots)
  • swelling of the face, tongue or throat
  • difficulties with breathing,
  • difficulty swallowing.

Most of the side effects occur early in the treatment phase. Mouth and throat irritation may occur during the first few days of treatment, but most patients adapt to treatment with this relief from treatment with continued treatment.

Very common: may affect more than 1 in 10 people:

  • cough,
  • headaches,
  • hiccup,
  • nausea (feeling sick)
  • throat, mouth and tongue irritation.

Common: may affect up to 1 in 10 people:

  • local reactions such as burning sensation, stomatitis, changes in the sense of taste,
  • feeling cold, warm and tingling on the skin,
  • dry mouth or increased salivation
  • indigestion,
  • pain or discomfort in the abdomen
  • vomiting, gas or diarrhea
  • heartburn,
  • fatigue,
  • hypersensitivity (allergy)

Uncommon: may affect up to 1 in 100 people:

  • nasal problems such as stuffiness, sneezing,
  • wheezing (bronchospasm) or feeling more strenuous than you breathe
  • normal (dyspnoea), throat tightness
  • redness of the skin or increased sweating
  • oral reactions such as tingling sensation in the mouth, inflammation of the tongue
  • mouth ulcers, damage to the lining of the mouth or changes in the tone of the voice
  • pain in the mouth and throat, belching
  • palpitations, increased heart rate, high blood pressure
  • fast and irregular heartbeat which can be treated with appropriate treatment
  • therapy,
  • rash and / or itchy skin
  • unusual dreams,
  • chest discomfort and pain
  • weakness, malaise.

Rare: may affect up to 1 in 1,000 people:

  • difficulty swallowing, reduced sensation in the mouth,
  • gag reflex.

Not known: frequency cannot be estimated from the available data:

  • blurred vision, increased tear production
  • dry throat, stomach discomfort, pain in the lips
  • reddening of the skin.


Other preparations and Nicorette Fruit 

Tell your doctor or pharmacist if you are taking or have recently taken any other preparations, and about any medications you plan to take. This is especially important if you are taking medicines containing: theophylline (in the treatment of asthma), tacrine (in the treatment of Alzheimer's disease), clozapine (in the treatment of schizophrenia), ropinirole (in the treatment of Parkinson's disease).

Nicorette Fruit with food and drink

  • You should not eat or drink while taking the lozenges.
  • Nicorette Pepparmint contains less than 1 mmol sodium (23 mg) per tablet, that is to say essentially 'sodium-free'.

Warnings and Precautions

The preparation should not be used by non-smokers.

Please contact your doctor if you suffer from any of the conditions listed below. You may be able to use Nicorette Pepparmint, but you must first consult a doctor if:

  • have recently had a heart attack or stroke
  • chest pain (unstable angina) or symptoms of angina at rest
  • a heart disease that affects the speed or regularity of the heart (arrhythmias)
  • high blood pressure that is not corrected by medication
  • you have ever experienced allergic reactions such as swelling of the lips, face and throat (angioedema) or itchy rash (hives). Using NRT can sometimes provoke this type of reaction.
  • severe or moderate liver disease,
  • severe kidney disease
  • diabetes
  • overactive thyroid gland
  • a tumor of the adrenal gland (phaeochromocytoma),
  • stomach or duodenal ulcer,
  • esophagitis


  • The correct dose for adults, given to children, can cause severe intoxication and even be fatal. It is therefore important to keep Nicorette Pepparmint out of the sight and reach of children at all times.

Pregnancy, breast-feeding and fertility

  • It is very important to stop smoking during pregnancy as it may inhibit the development of the fetus. It can also cause a miscarriage or stillbirth. Ideally, a pregnant woman should stop smoking without using nicotine-containing preparations. If, however, she fails to do so, she may use Nicorette Pepparmint, however, only after consulting the attending physician, general practitioner or a doctor from a center specializing in the treatment of tobacco dependence.
  • Nicorette Pepparmint should not be taken while breastfeeding as nicotine passes into breast milk and may affect the baby. If the doctor prescribes the use of the preparation
  • Nicorette Fruit, the lozenge should be used immediately after feeding and no later than 2 hours before feeding.
  • Smoking increases the risk of infertility in both men and women. The effect of nicotine on fertility is unknown.

Driving vehicles and operating machinery

  • No effects on the ability to drive or use machines have been observed.


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