and toxins in cigarette smoke - don't be fooled ...
smoking KILLS MILLIONS EVERY YEAR worldwide ...
There are over 4,000 poisonous chemicals in tobacco smoke -
by smoking you are letting the poisons enter your body,
causing short term and long term illnesses and diseases.
Here's just a partial list of some of the 4,000 poisonous
- Carbon Monoxide
been brainwashed for decades (by advertising and other
means) into believing that smoking is safe, "cool",
helps to relieve stress, etc. Don't be fooled, Poison is
Poison. Tobacco companies are
trying even harder to mask the poisons. Here's
just one such report:
of Tobacco Products Threatens Efforts to Reduce Tobacco
Use, Save Lives, Report Warns
An insidious new generation of
tobacco products is threatening efforts to reduce tobacco
use, warns a new report issued today by a coalition of
public health organizations.
declining smoking rates and growing restrictions on smoking,
tobacco manufacturers are finding novel ways to entice new
users, especially children, and discourage quitting.
The report details key trends including:
products: Cigarettes, smokeless tobacco and cigars have been
introduced in an array of candy, fruit and alcohol flavors
(including lime, coconut and pineapple, toffee, and mint. Flavorings
mask the harshness of the products and make them
- New smokeless
tobacco products have been marketed as ways to help smokers
sustain their addiction in the growing number of places
where they cannot smoke. In addition to traditional chewing
and spit tobacco, smokeless tobacco now comes in teabag-like
pouches and even in dissolvable, candy-like tablets.
products and marketing: New products and marketing have been
aimed at women, girls and other populations.
- Unproven health
claims: A growing list of products have been marketed with
unproven and misleading claims that they are less harmful
than traditional cigarettes.
product designs: The report also illustrates how tobacco
manufacturers control nicotine delivery to maximize
addiction, while using flavorings and other additives to
make their products taste milder, easier to inhale and more
attractive to children and first-time smokers. A few aspects
of product design not disclosed to consumers include the use
- Ammonia to
increase the speed and efficiency of nicotine absorption.
- Eugenol and menthol to numb the throat to minimize
irritation from smoke.
- Glycerin and cocoa to enable deep lung exposure (cocoa
produces carcinogens when burned).
- Sugars and chocolate to make smoke milder and make
cigarettes more appealing, especially to children and
first time smokers.
- Filter technology and ventilation holes that allows deep
penetration of nicotine into the lungs of the smoker and
increase the addictiveness of the product.
is the leading preventable cause of death.
Source: Campaign for Tobacco-Free Kids
Concise Encyclopedia and Internet Press Office
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