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What does "smoking cessation product" mean in my state? It means what it says on the tin. " Smoking cessation products are prescribed by a physician to help people quit smoking. The products are marketed as being similar to nicotine gum and patches. The FDA regulates products as medicines, and they must be regulated under the same laws as all medicines. These products must be approved by the FDA before being sold to the public." Where do these products get the label? They must be packaged as "tobacco products" under federal regulations. And they must be labeled as such. How do these products differ from each other? They don't. "They don't come in flavors, but they do come in colors. These products are also sold in boxes with warnings about the contents. But the boxes aren't labeled as nicotine patches and gum, or gum and patches, because this is not regulated as a tobacco product. In fact, a product with nicotine, tobacco, and caffeine is not a tobacco product. There is no tobacco product in the FDA definition. A patch and a gum are very different.