Through your coverage with CVS/Caremark with CEBCO You have
benefits that will assist you to Quit Smoking!!
These Medications have 0 co-pay for two (2) 90 day prescriptions
 Nicotine Inhaler (A nicotine inhaler is a cartridge attached to a
mouthpiece. Inhaling through the mouthpiece delivers a specific
amount of nicotine to the user.) First Line Nicotine Replacement
Therapy (NRT)

 Nicotine Nasal Spray (Nicotine nasal spray is a pump bottle containing
nicotine, which is inserted into the nose and sprayed. Nicotine nasal
spray can be used for fast craving control, especially for heavy

smokers.) First Line Nicotine Replacement Therapy (NRT)
 Bupriorion (Known as ZYBAN, helps to reduce nicotine withdrawal
symptoms and the urge to smoke. Bupriorin can be used safely with
nicotine replacement products.) First Line Medications
 Varenicline (Known as CHANTIX, a prescription medication that eases
nicotine withdrawal symptoms and blocks the effects from cigarettes if
the user starts smoking again.) First Line Medications
These Medications have a co-pay
Second Line Prescription Medications that have a Co-pay

Nortriptyline (Known as AVENTYL is generally prescribed to treat depression,
but it has been prescribed to assist with smoking cessation when a First Line
Medication has not worked. The FDA has not approved the use of this

medication for smoking cessation.)
Clonidine (Known as CATAPRES is generally prescribed to treat high blood
pressure. It has been known to reduce tobacco withdrawal symptoms when first line medications have not worked. The FDA has not approved the use of this
medication for smoking cessation

You will pay the full cost for these aides
Over the Counter NRT Products (Nicotine Replacement Therapy)
Nicotine Patches (The nicotine patch is placed on the skin and supplies a small
and steady amount of nicotine to the body. Nicotine patches contain varied amounts of nicotine to the body. Nicotine patches contain varied amounts of nicotine -21mg, 14mg, or 7mg…for example…and the user reduces the dosage Nicotine Gum (Nicotine gum is chewed to release nicotine that is absorbed
through the tissue inside the mouth. The user chews the gum until it produces a tingling sensation. Then the user places it between the cheek and gum tissue. Nicotine gum has varied amounts of nicotine…typically 2 mg or 4 mg. to allow users to reduce the amount of nicotine in their bodies.)Nicotine Lozenges (Nicotine Lozenges look like hard candy and are placed in
the mouth to dissolve slowly. The nicotine lozenge …typically a 2 mg or 4 mg dose of nicotine…releases nicotine slowly as it dissolves in the mouth.


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