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cigspriced About 90% of smokers know that smoking is bad for their health. About 60% of smokers want to give up, but can't. So, about four times every week, the average GP will hear an addicted smoker say, "Look Doc, I'm already cutting down. See, I've started smoking low nicotine cigarettes", or something like that. The poor smokers have fallen for the myth that low nicotine cigarettes deliver less nicotine into their bodies.

Back in the 1970s, 70% of Australians smoked cigarettes. But in the 1980s and 1990s, repeated public health awareness campaigns told the public about the health risks of smoking cigarettes. The tobacco companies had an answer - their own publicity campaigns to reassure smokers that cigarettes were now safer than they were in the past. They said that they reduced the cancer-causing tars by two methods. First, they used different parts of the tobacco plant, and second, they introduced filters to block the tar from getting into the lungs.

This wasn't enough to counter the falling cigarette sales, so the tobacco companies then introduced the "light" or "mild" cigarettes, that supposedly delivered even lower levels of tar into the lungs. These light or mild cigarettes have tiny holes punched into the filter, when they are being made. The tobacco companies tested the light or mild cigarettes by hooking them up to a sucking machine. And sure enough, as the sucking machine sucked on the cigarette, it also sucked air in through the tiny holes [url=www.cigarettesss.com]Tobacco Shop[/url]. This extra air diluted the tar [url=www.usacigarettesshop.com]Marlboro Red Cigarettes[/url], and yes, the sucking machine did register less tar and nicotine coming in.

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Tobacco companies could make a zero-nicotine cigarette - but they won't, because nobody would buy them. After all, inhaling sugar does nothing for a cocaine addict. The addicted cigarette smokers need their nicotine hit.

A cigarette is an incredibly efficient drug delivery device - and don't the tobacco companies.

The cigarette accurately delivers, to the brain, the precise dose of nicotine needed to ensure continued addiction within 11 seconds of sucking in the smoke. If you want to make somebody addicted, to anything, you need a very short time between when they do the action and get the reward. Absorbing nicotine from sucking on a cigarette fits the bill perfectly.

Nicotine can have opposite effects, depending on the dose. At low doses, it stimulates your thinking and increases your heart rate and blood pressure. At high doses, it calms you down and drops your heart rate. Smokers will often subconsciously adjust how hard and frequently they suck, to get either a low or a high dose.

Will low nicotine cigarettes deliver low levels of nicotine? Yes, but only when they tested on a sucking machine. However, when a human smokes low nicotine cigarettes [url=www.wholesaleusacigs.com]Newport Cigarettes Carton Price[/url], they get as much nicotine as they would from a regular cigarette.

Smokers need their nicotine hit, so when they change to a low nicotine cigarette, they just suck harder and more frequently - so they get the same dose. Unfortunately, when you suck harder on a burning cigarette, you also suck in more carbon monoxide. This forces your body to make more haemoglobin, which makes your blood more "sludgy" - which increases your chances of a stroke. So it's actually more dangerous to get your "regular" nicotine dose from a low nicotine cigarette.

(Just as an aside, if a person who usually smokes medium nicotine-level cigarettes tries high nicotine cigarettes, they will suck less deeply, so that they still get their usual nicotine hit.)

The tobacco companies like low nicotine cigarettes [url=www.usasmokingsale.com]Carton Of Newport 100S[/url]. Back in 1978, Imperial Tobacco Ltd wrote, in an internal document, ". the advent of ultra low tar cigarettes has actually retained some potential quitters in the cigarette market by offering them a viable alternative."

So, low nicotine cigarettes do NOT deliver less nicotine, they do give you more carbon monoxide, and they ALSO lull you into a false sense of security. So ultimately, it will be the smokers who are sucked in.
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