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posted ago by werewolfinasuit ago by werewolfinasuit +13 / -1

I've come across the mention of cigarettes actually being healthy for you a few times now. Can anyone further elaborate on this? I would guess that the big name brands are actually shit for you and the natural tobacco is better, but it seems like the anti-smoking campaign is targeted at tobacco products as a whole so info is hard to find in support of the "pro-tobacco" argument (if it holds any water to begin with).

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Agent777 1 point ago +1 / -0

There haven't been any studies that the m aware of but you'd have to be a total idiot to not see that organic, all natural tobacco is going to be far less toxic than tobacco with additives.

Some prettyy nasty chemicals are added, and sugar which when burnt puts off carcegenic smoke. Pesticides etc. Covered in nasty shit as part of the curing process and then packaged in paper with flamable additives and then you draw the GH it smoke through a cellulose acetate filter probably picking up fumes and vapors from that plast ic.

Vs

An organic tobacco with zero additives no pesticides smoked through paper without flamable additional bed and drawn through an organic cotton filter, or even non filter.

Obviously the organic choice is going to be way less harmful.

I do think there are beneficial things in the tobacco chemicals but also very harmful things and if your an addicted smoker your doing more harm than good.

But if you don't smoke regularly you could probably use it where the ha is very very little.

Much of the harm done requires repetitive usage orlver a very long time.

But of using only occasionally you run the risk of wanting to do it more and.more and becoming addicted.