Is it marketed to help people stop smoking, have the drink instead of a smoke? Or is it marketed as a “pick me up” or energy drink? Curious how they are marketing it.
I cannot click the link from my work computer, due to our computer network filters on “unregulated substances.” I get a message that pops up on my computer saying “You are violating company policy, by clicking on a website selling unregulated substances.”
It’s a pain having a net-nanny at work. When I tried to log onto the Hanes website during my lunch hour to order socks and T-shirts for my kid, a message popped up saying “You are violating company policy, by clicking on a website selling lingerie.” I laughed so hard at that one. The website happens to also sell big old Hanes ladies granny panties, and our net filter calls that lingerie? Ha ha.
Anyhow, if they are marketing the drink as a stop smoking aid, it’s silly. There is already gum and patches available. The patch works wonderfully. I used it years ago, when I wanted to quit smoking before getting pregnant. Worked like a charm. (I tried to quit without a patch earlier, and was a frantic grumpy failure.)
Companies have tried making things like that drink before. There were even nicotine lollipops, which caused an uproar over the fear that children would get hold of them. None of them last on the market very long. Either they are shut down by government, or they don’t sell well.