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Created with Fabric.js 1.4.5 Tobacco tap and hold to changethis text! 1.a preparation of the nicotine-rich leaves of an American plant, which are cured by a process of drying and fermentation for smoking or chewing.2.the plant of the nightshade family that yields tobacco, native to tropical America. It is widely cultivated in warm regions, especially in the US and China. tap and hold to changethis text! Tobacco smoke also contains tar and the poison gases carbon monoxide and nitrogen oxide. The ingredient that produces the effect people are looking for is nicotine, an addictive drug and one of the harshest chemicals in tobacco smoke.Feb 13, 2014 Three types of tobacco 1. Cigar 2. spit tobacco 3. hookahs tap and hold to changethis text! CigarsCigar smoking increases the risk of death from cancer of the larynx more than 39 times and cancer of the oral cavity/pharynx by seven times.1 Chewing tobacco. This consists of loose tobacco leaves that are sweetened and packaged in pouches. A wad of the tobacco is placed between the cheek and gum and held there, sometimes for hours at a time. It's also called chew and chaw. Usually, tobacco juices are spit out, but those who are more addicted may swallow some of the juices. hookahs-an oriental tobacco pipe with a long, flexible tube that draws the smoke through water contained in a bowl. Circulation- Make your blood thicker, and increase chances of clot formation.Brain-If you smoke, you are more likely to have a stroke than someone who doesn't smoke.Mouth and throat-Smoking causes unattractive problems such as bad breath and stained teeth, and can also cause gum disease and damage your sense of taste. Heart disease includes several types of heart conditions. The most common type in the United States is coronary heart disease (also known as coronary artery disease), which is narrowing of the blood vessels that carry blood to the heart.2,3 This can cause: 15% of highschool boys use smokeless tobacco
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