Nicotine patches and other aids for quitting smoking addictions can be found at pharmacies like CVS and Walgreens and on their online sites. They can also be purchased directly from manufacturers like the Quit website connected to NicoDermCQ and the various other patches and gum products which are industry staples.
Walgreens and CVS both deal extensively in anti-smoking nicotine patches available in many different brands and strengths. These patches are also available in generic versions. They can be found at the physical store locations or purchased through the pharmacy websites, as they are not controlled substances subject to government regulation.
The Quit website gives smokers a direct portal to anti-smoking aids. Products like NicoDermCQ are notable for their convenience of application. They are periodically applied in order to fight nicotine cravings and can be worn under clothing and at any time so long as the wearer does not submerge themselves in water.
All major Western pharmacies and many large outlet stores stock patches designed to help people kick their smoking habits. They are freely accessible and are an important component in fighting addictive tendencies and in helping people to reclaim agency in their own lives and daily habits. They are typically very affordable and are shown to be of use.