The difference between tobacco, smoke & nicotine


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The difference between tobacco, smoke & nicotine

Title: what's the difference between tobacco, smoke and nicotine?

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Tobacco is a plant which naturally contains nicotine.

Nicotine is addictive and not risk free.

But it is not the primary cause of smoking-related diseases.

It is the smoke produced from burning tobacco that is the main problem.

Tobacco smoke contains over 6,000 chemicals. Nicotine is one of them.

Around 100 of these chemicals are classified by public health experts as causes or potential causes of smoking-related diseases.

The best choice any smoker can make is to quit cigarettes and nicotine use altogether.

Smoke-free alternatives are only for adult smokers who would otherwise continue smoking.

They are not risk-free and contain nicotine, which is addictive.

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