lobeline sulfate

lo·be·line sul·fate

a form of lobeline occurring in yellow friable masses, soluble in water; used in whooping cough and asthma; it has been suggested as a smoking deterrent.
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Lobeline sulfate products have been sold over the counter for a number of years under such trade names as Nikoban and Bantron.
Cigarrest appears to combine lobeline sulfate with vitamins.
DynaGen is developing NicErase sublingual lobeline sulfate for smoking cessation, NicCheck for immediate assessment of smoking status, and OrthoDyn polymers for bone repair.