Smokeless Tobacco: Good or Bad?

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How harmful is smokeless tobacco? Weigh in on the snuff debate by voicing your opinion below or voting here.

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Smokeless tobacco chew and additives

Up here in Alaska we mix our chew with punk ash, it's a conk - fungi found on the paper birch trees, it's burnt down and mixed with our tobacco for about 3 days. after that you get a nic hit forever, very strong stuff.

you can read about at - www.punkash.com

it has got to be the strongest stuff out there...

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A Peench

What is it Walt Garazin says, "A little peench between your gum and cheek gives you that rich tobacco flavor all day." I once went into a meeting where smoking was not allowed (this was about 30 years ago when you didn't have all the non smoking rules) so I put a small pinch of tobacco in my mouth. The chairman of the meeting saw me and asked, "Where are you going to spit?" I replied, "If you gotta spit, you ain't tough enough to chew." He watched me all meeting long waiting for me to spit. I didn't.. The trick is, don't overload with the tobacco. A small pinch will give you that rich tobacco taste (like Walt says) but you won't have the need to expectorate...

I quit all tobacco, puffin' and chewin', back in 1985. I've never regretted it, and I truly breathe better for it, especially with the cost of tobacco these days...

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Not the greatest but..

I chew cope, but in moderation. when you start gettin cravings for it, stop for a week. stay in control and youll enjoy it more. I used to chew levi and i can say it dont got half the effect. I would say its safer too, but I imagine the nicotine content must be really low. I know a lot of guys who've chewed for some time and it really is about the individual. some guys lose teeth after 6 months. Others go decades with hardly a mark.

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Smokeless Tobaco

I've heard of many cases of lip and mouth cancer from useing the fortified stuff such as cope and all the other little round cans. I have chewd Levi Garret for many years. I don't believe the pure leaf type has much danger. Levi, Red Man. Beach Nut and other pure leaf types are cured natural without the chemicals put in them they use on the little round can brands.

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Smokeless

Smokeless is good. But I'm not saying it's good for you.

I've dipped for over a quater-century... no health problems or concerns.

But I get the drill (meaning, the lecture) each time I visit the dentist. I realize that it's the dentist's or hygenist's job to advise against using the product, but I wish they wouldn't talk-down to those who do.

I don't spit on the sidewalk (or anywhere else), nor do I carry a spit cup everywhere I go (I can understand why some folks freak-out, though, when some guys do). If you dip, mind your manners and be a good citizen.

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