Buy Champix: 0.5mg & 1mg tablets with prescription
Order Pfizer Champix (Vareniclin) tablets online
Champix is prescription and can only be issued on presentation of a medical prescription from a doctor. If you want to stop smoking and buy Champix, you can receive an online prescription from our partnersite. You must complete a medical questionnaire, which is submitted to the physician for review. If the doctor confirms Champix tablets are suitable for you, you will get your prescription and can buy Champix online. Both the prescription and the medication dispatch take place through our partnersite. You will receive your medicine and prescription by post to the address of your choice.
Buy Champix Varenicline online: Frequently asked questions
The first part of our FAQ section answers all questions about how to buy Champix online.
How can I buy Champix online?
You can buy Champix online from reputable online pharmacies based in the UK. As Champix is a prescription treatment, you must complete a medical consultation that is reviewed by a doctor. This doesn’t need to be done in-person, but can be completed online at our partnersite 121doc. All consultations include medical questions regarding your habit as well as your medical history to determine whether Champix is the best treatment for you. Once approved, our doctor will send your Champix order straight to the pharmacy for dispatch.
If you come across a site that offers Champix without first completing a consultation, there is a chance that the medication is counterfeit. This could mean that the Champix is fake and completely ineffective, or more importantly, dangerous to your health.
Where can I buy Champix online?
Champix is available online, however, care should be taken when choosing a reputable and genuine website. If the website is not certified to sell pharmaceuticals in the UK then it is operating illegal. To discover whether a pharmaceutical website is genuine, they will always ask for you to complete a consultation consisting of your medical details to ensure that Champix is completely safe for you to use. If any website you come across doesn’t ask for this, it’s a telltale sign it isn’t authentic. Another sign of legitimacy is certifications from the relevant governing bodies, which are detailed above.
Is it safe to buy Champix online?
Using the right online pharmacy such as our partnersite 121doc is 100% safe. It offers original medications that are clinically proven to work.
For peace of mind, you can look out for a couple of UK regulation certificates:
- Medicines and Healthcare products Regulatory Agency (MHRA)
- General Pharmaceutical Council (GPC)
In terms of your details, you need to ensure these are safe also. Our partnersite is connected to Norton Secure meaning all information is data encrypted and malware scans are regularly run to safeguard your personal and medical information.
What is included in the price of Champix?
The price of Viagra at certain online pharmacies can vary as many do not include the consultation and delivery costs in the original price of the medication. The price will also depend on the quantity and dosage you are ordering.
At our partnersite 121doc the cost of Viagra medication is all-inclusive of the following:
- Online consultation with a certified UK based doctor
- The cost of the prescription once Viagra is approved
- The cost of the medication dependant on quantity and sometimes dosage
- Packaging costs
- Delivery costs (next-day delivery or nominated day delivery via Royal Mail)
- Customer support on-hand Monday to Friday 8am-6pm
The only additional cost will be same-day delivery if this is required.
Our partnersite is also certified with CO2 Neutral, which ensures that the company you are buying from uses renewable energy resources and all environmental processes recommended by the government.
What delivery options are available for Champix?
If you want to start your Champix course as soon as possible to maintain momentum, you can get your preferred quantity delivered the next day from our partnersite 121doc . This is on all orders made before 4.30pm and is free of charge. Deliveries are via Royal Mail and include a tracking code. On orders made after 4.30pm, Champix will be sent the following day instead. This excludes Sundays.
If you would like further discretion regarding your Champix order, or just convenience, the packaging at 121doc is free of any logos or branding. The packages require a signature upon arrival and can be sent to any address in the UK including the workplace or shared accommodation. The packaging at our partnersite is completely tamperproof.
Can I return Champix that I’ve bought online?
Once Champix has been delivered, it is not possible to get a refund as it is prescription medication and it must discarded if it is of no use for safety reasons. If your package has been damaged, it is essential that you do not use the Champix sent to you, but to contact your customer service about the next steps.
What payment options are there for Champix?
The most common forms of payment in the UK is bank transfer, credit cards and debit cards. At our partnersite, they offer Mastercard and VISA. If you wish to play via bank transfer, they will send the details.
Is my personal data safe when ordering Champix online?
Yes, it is completely safe at 121doc. This is because they use Norton Secure, which uses data encryption, malware scans and has verified that our partnersite is 100% certificated to sell pharmaceuticals in the UK. Both your personal details and medical details will remain safe, confidential and will under no circumstances by given to third parties.
How do I know I’ve bought genuine Champix?
Making sure you have bought original Champix and not a counterfeit is essential, not only for your wallet but for your health. The ideal outcome of fake Champix consumption is that it is simply ineffective, however, some may even be a danger to yourself.
To recognise Champix not purchased from an authentic online pharmacy, you can the following precautions:
- Does the site require a medical consultation?
- Does the website have the UK pharmaceutical regulations clearly posted?
- Does the site have a secure service like Norton to safeguard your information?
- Is the price of Champix cheap and therefore unrealistic (too good to be true)?
- Is any of the packaging, blister packs, etc damaged?
- Are there any misspellings?
- Does it include a patient leaflet?
- What is the expiry date?
- Is the medication of the right size and consistency?
If you have any queries regarding your course of Champix, it’s important to contact the customer service associated with the website before using/taking.
Is it possible to buy Champix without a doctor’s prescription?
Champix should never be available without first getting clarification from a medical professional resulting in a prescription slip. This is because it is clinically proven and may be unsuitable for certain people.
A prescription can be obtained online by completing a quick consultation at our partnersite 121doc. All relevant questions regarding your medical history will be asked to establish if Champix is safe and effective for you to use. By getting Champix online, you will save so much time wasted booking and attending a doctor’s appointment in-person.
Pfizer Champix: Frequently asked questions
The second part of our FAQ section answers all questions about the medication Champix.
What is Champix?
Champix is a clinically proven stop smoking medication that helps you quit smoking for good. It’s a twelve-week course with a high success rate amongst quitters. Research has shown that coupled with support, Champix helps more people stop smoking than the alternatives. Champix is the only prescription stop smoking medication that doesn’t use nicotine, making it easier to quit.
What is it used for?
Champix is used to help smokers quit the habit. It does this by reducing cravings and the feelings of reward smoking can bring. These are the main reasons people fail to stop smoking.
It’s important to remember Champix is an aid, not a cure. You will still need the willpower to stop smoking. You can boost your chances of success by asking for support from your friends and family, and by attending a stop smoking clinic. Your doctor, dentist or pharmacist will have extra resources to help you quit too. The NHS Stop Smoking service is well-respected and can provide the support you need to stop smoking.
How to use Champix?
Champix takes time to reach an effective concentration in your bloodstream, so you should start taking Champix a week before your quit date. By the time you reach that date Champix will be supporting you.
- First three days: one 0.5mg tablet per day
- Following four days: two 0.5mg tablets per day – once in the morning and once in the evening
- Following 11 weeks: two 1mg tablets per day – once in the morning and once in the evening
If at the end of the 12-week course you still have the urge to smoke it’s advised you take another course to help you kick the habit altogether. Around half of Champix users find they are able to quit after the initial course.
Champix must be taken orally with a glass of water. You can take it with food if you have trouble swallowing tablets. Do not break or crush the tablets.
Don’t take a double dose if you forget a tablet. You can take Champix within 3-4 hours of missing your dose, but if it is beyond that time period you should skip it.
How does it work?
Champix works by reducing the craving for nicotine and by blocking the brain’s reward path if you do smoke. Champix reduces withdrawal cravings by imitating the effect of nicotine. Champix blocks ‘reward’ brain receptors that respond to nicotine so you do not enjoy smoking as much. These two factors make it easier to quit smoking.
Other stop smoking aids use nicotine, such as nicotine replacement therapy patches and gums. These can help as they gradually reduce the amount of nicotine you consume, but you still have to deal with cravings. Champix reduces these feelings and stops you enjoying your cigarette break. This helps break the cycle of smoking and reward.
What is the active ingredient?
Champix has an active ingredient called Varenicline. Varenicline stimulates the nicotine receptors and diminishes the pleasure of smoking. As Varenicline is a prescription drug you should always take it as your doctor tells you. Varenicline has been thoroughly tested and is clinically proven to lessen the cravings and reward sensations of smoking when taken correctly.
How long does Champix last?
Champix lasts for as long as you take the medicine. After you finish the twelve-week course you may need to take another, but about half of smokers manage to quit entirely by then. Champix is not addictive. You need to take one tablet in the morning and one in the evening – this ensures Champix is in your bloodstream at all times.
What are the side effects?
Although Champix is safe and used widely to help smokers quit for good it can cause side effects in some patients. The most common side effects are mild, and many report the benefits of quitting smoking outweigh mild discomforts caused by the process.
If you experience unwanted side effects, or side effects become worse, speak to your doctor who may adjust your daily dose.
Very common side effects include nausea, headache, nose and throat inflammation, difficulty sleeping and abnormal dreams.
Common side effects of Champix include sinus inflammation, chest infection, weight gain, appetite changes, itching, joint ache, muscle and back pain, sleepiness, dizziness, taste changes, shortness of breath, a cough, heartburn, digestion changes, toothache, dry mouth, skin rash.
Very rare side effects include depression, heart problems, stroke and fits. There have also been reports of altered mood. Speak to your doctor if this concerns you.
What are the precautions / interactions?
Smokers stand a better chance of quitting for good if they use Champix and support services, but before taking Champix you should discuss your medical history with your doctor. Not everyone is suited to Champix.
Here are the medical precautions:
- If you have experienced depression or anxiety
- If you have an allergy to the ingredients
- If you have heart condition
- If you have had a stroke
- If you have seizures or epilepsy
- If you are pregnant or breastfeeding
Make sure you report any health conditions to your doctor. Not all the above conditions preclude you from using Champix – you may be able to take a lower dose with special care. Because Champix may make you dizzy or sleepy you should not drive, use complex machinery or undertake any other hazardous activity until you have discovered how you respond. Champix may increase the effects of alcohol. It’s recommended that you do not drink alcohol excessively with Champix. Champix may interfere with how certain drugs work. If you currently take any medication your doctor will check for contraindications.
Medicines that should not be taken with Champix, or may mean you need an altered dose include:
- Other stop smoking medications including nicotine replacement patches, gums, inhalers, or tablets
- Theophylline used to treat breathing problems
- Warfarin used to reduce blood clotting
- Insulin used to treat diabetes
- Cimetidine used for gastric problems if you have severe kidney disease
When used correctly Champix is an effective, safe and clinically proven method to help you quit smoking. Smoking is harmful to your health and those around you. The costs of smoking, both physically and financially far outweigh those of Champix. If you are looking to quit smoking for good, Champix can successfully support your efforts.
How much can I save from quitting?
Smokers often use the cost of quitting as a reason to carry on smoking. There are costs associated with Champix and nicotine replacement therapies, but these are temporary and minimal compared to a lifetime of smoking.
The financial costs of smoking may be more than you realise:
If you smoke five cigarettes a day it will cost approximately £46 a month. After a year you pay out £548.
If you smoke 20 cigarettes a day it will cost you approximately £183 a month. After a year you will spend £2190.
If you quit you’ll also save money on prescriptions and over-the-counter remedies such as cough sweets and cold and flu medicines because smoking suppresses your immune system making you more liable to illnesses.
Even NHS dental costs can mount up. Smoking destroys your gums and causes teeth to fall out. Gum disease and associated tooth decay treatments are costly.
The cost of smoking extends to your looks. When you quit you’ll spend less on cosmetics treatments and hair products because you will look much healthier. Raised oxygen levels in your bloodstream will replenish your skin hair and nails.
In the long run, any money you spend to seriously quit smoking is an investment in your future finances.
How many chemicals are in cigarettes?
When cigarettes burn they create more than 7000 chemicals. So far, 69 of these are known to cause cancer.
A problem with the tobacco industry is that when chemicals are included in household products they are labelled as hazardous, but cigarettes do not carry such warnings despite containing the same dangerous ingredients.
Some of the chemicals found in burning cigarettes include ammonia, arsenic, butane, carbon monoxide, lead, tar and formaldehyde. Even electronic cigarettes contain chemicals although they are not well understood yet.
When you breathe in a cocktail of chemicals they cause changes to your immune system and cells.
What are the best health benefits from quitting?
When you quit smoking your health will begin to benefit immediately. Freed from the restrictions of smoke your cardiovascular system improves and your blood flows more freely. This makes walking, swimming, dancing and even climbing the stairs much easier. You will feel more awake and able to concentrate.
Your sex life will improve. Men who smoke can develop erectile dysfunction (impotence) as nicotine restricts blood flow. Women may find they are more easily aroused for the same reason. Plus, both sexes become more appealing to non-smokers when they have quit the habit.
Smoking dulls your senses. When you quit your sense of taste and smell are boosted within days. You may find you no longer require sugar in tea for example, and that you notice subtle flavours. Food simply tastes better.
You will live longer. Half of smokers die too soon from smoking disease such as chronic bronchitis, lung cancer, asthma and heart disease. If you have quit by the age of 30 you add ten years to your life.
Health benefits are passed onto members of your household too. Smoking mothers or passive smoking fathers risk miscarriage and delivering an underweight baby. Once born, babies need to go through nicotine withdrawal. Children from smoking homes are more likely to develop asthma, ear infections, and pneumonia as well as the cancer risk.
What NHS services are available?
The NHS can provide medicines on prescription including nicotine withdrawal products and prescription drugs like Champix. You can ask your pharmacist for advice on nicotine withdrawal options, but you will need a prescription from a doctor for Champix. Some patients receive free prescriptions, but others will need to pay the NHS fee.
The NHS also has free services to help you quit smoking such as the local Stop Smoking service. It’s thought you’re four times more likely to quit with their support. You’ll get one-to-one advice, and they can even monitor carbon monoxide levels in your blood to prove how the level of chemicals in your body decreases when you quit.
If you prefer online methods the NHS manages Stop Smoking Facebook, Twitter and Youtube social media accounts plus apps and online materials.
The NHS will provide support no matter what your age and whether you have tried to quit smoking previously.
How do I not relapse?
Relapse is of concern to those who are trying to give up, and for those who have given up but are feeling the urge to smoke. It is hard to quit smoking, but with willpower, it’s possible to break the cycle of nicotine addiction.
Using a nicotine replacement therapy is helpful. Gums, patches, lozenges and e-cigs slowly lowers your intake of nicotine, making it easier to quit completely but you must be disciplined and ensure you cut down.
Prescription medicines can make it easier to fight cravings. The active ingredient in Champix reduces cravings and blocks messages that associate smoking with pleasure. Champix is taken in advance of quitting and one course lasts 12 weeks.
Support is vital. Family members and friends can help by not smoking around you and encourage you to keep going. Distraction techniques provided by friends and family is a huge benefit. Ask them to chat to you when you crave a cigarette or go for a walk with them.
Avoid triggers. If you always smoke after eating, break the cycle by getting up straight away and clearing the dishes. If you smoke with alcohol, stop drinking for a period of time.
Going cold turkey, quitting without any form of support, often ends in failure leaving quitters disappointed and disheartened. It’s thought only three out of a hundred cold turkey quitters stop smoking for good.
To avoid relapsing have a plan of action and plenty of support ready. It is difficult to quit smoking but it’s not impossible. Many people manage it with help. Giving up cigarettes for good is the best change you can make for your health.