You are just one step away from quitting smoking!

Delivers optimal results within 3 seconds, causing no pain or sensitivity throughout the process.

What Can JaySuing Do For You?

JaySuing is made from 100% all-natural herbal ingredients and uses time-aware technology to give you the fastest results in the most effective way to effectively help you quit smoking (including lung infections, medication side effects, inflammation and disease effects).

Reduce nicotine and curb the desire to smoke

Get rid of smoking dependence with zero side effects treatment

Clear airway blockages to resolve respiratory conditions

Enhance lung function, inhibit lung failure, and prevent pneumonia


How Does JaySuing Work?

Transdermal technology, instant relief

JaySuing patches all support alternative therapies (NRT) delivered through the skin, quickly penetrating the skin to reach nerves. They connect to the brain via receptors, instructing your brain to lower pain signals and send relief messages to your body, quickly feeling cravings disappear within seconds.

Targeted relief and reduction of complications

Our formula not only curbs cigarette cravings, it also clears airway blockages with every use. It penetrates muscles into blood vessels and lungs, reducing breathlessness and preventing symptoms of pneumonia, providing up to 8 hours of relief per use.

Medically approved, all-natural ingredients

JaySuing has received medical approval. This means it is completely safe to use and proven effective against chemical addiction while detoxifying the body and lungs, calming nerves and having no side effects

6 Key Factors in Treating Smoking Smoking

Ginger Oil
Has a calming and relaxing effect, helping to relieve anxiety and tension when quitting smoking.Helps reduce cravings for oral stimulation during withdrawal.

Peppermint Powder
It has anti-inflammatory and analgesic properties and has an inhibitory effect on relieving respiratory inflammation and pneumonia. This is a natural remedy for relieving mild cough.

Clove Oil
Has anti-inflammatory and antibacterial properties. It helps prevent respiratory infections or pneumonia, and its potential analgesic and antitussive properties help relieve respiratory discomfort.

Star Anise Oil
For the relief of gastrointestinal discomfort, its analgesic and sedative potential may help relieve respiratory discomfort.

Sweet Orange Oil
Contains anti-inflammatory and antibacterial properties to help prevent respiratory infections or pneumonia, fight free radical damage, and protect the respiratory system from oxidative stress.

Natural Leaf Extract
A natural supplement thought to improve circulation and increase oxygen supply


Clean and dry the skin on any part of your arms, chest, or shoulder.

Paste the patch on the cleaned parts of your body.

Change to a new patch. (minimum time required is every 12 hours) If you notice that you don't need to smoke after your first patch, try and go on without applying a second one!

Everyone Loves JaySuing 

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Witness the Truly Life-changing Results of 10,000+ JaySuing users

If you're thinking of giving up smoking due to health, cost, smell, or whatever, I strongly recommend using this patch. After 50 years of smoking, I stopped! It's been 2 years with no smoking and no desire to ever start again! It works!!

-Patrice K.

I have been a smoker for 25 years and this was my first real attempt at quitting. I knew that I wanted to go natural and decided to try this product. With the price what would it hurt to try? I am now six days in and can't believe how easy it's been for me. Very little anxiety and mood swings. If you're ready, give this a try. Highly recommend it to anyone!

-Steven R.

I have been smoking for close to 18 years, I have tried to quit so many times and never succeeded. With these JaySuing patches I have managed to be smoke-free for almost a month now and it was not nearly as "painful" as my earlier (failed) attempts to quit. Highly recommend it. 

-Susan B.

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