For the skin irritation you can try Calendula. To quit smoking, the reason for it has to be resolved. This can be mental, emotional and physical all intertwined. I've seen homeopathy work very well because it can address those roots permanently.
--- In AlternativeAnswers@yahoogroups.com, "Devil Tas" <deviltas@...> wrote:
> My hubby is currently experiencing problems with some skin irritation due
> to him trying to use quit smoking patches to help him stop smoking. He has
> had to quit the patches but is having problems with the irritation from the
> adhesive on the patches. Does anyone have a good remedy for the irritation
> that he can use?
> Trying to find something that works for him to quit smoking is becoming as
> much a problem as the smoking itself. He is allergic/sensitive to virtually
> all types of the current "aids" available and he doesn't have the willpower
> to just stop cold-turkey.
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