Handy, that is the Zyban I was talking about. It is a pill made of Welbutrine (spp), a drug originally used (and still, Ii believe) to treat depression. Doctors found that it took away the desire to smoke because it told the part of the brain that gets addicted that it really isn’t. That part of the brain loses interest, voila! So does the smoker.
Also, unlie the patch and gum, you actually smoke for a couple of weeks after you start taking the drug, until you hit a quit date after the drug starts effecting your body.
Before then, cigarettes taste funny, feel odd in your hands, and are generally NOT very appealing.
I stopped for seven months with it’s help. I fell off the wagon, unfortunately, but I know better for when I quit next time, and I will eventually.