[ Snuff Box The Nasal Snuff Club] Re: Snuff and the lungs - Are there any more reliable sources?
ukfizwit <ukfizwit <at> yahoo.co.uk>
2008-09-03 22:08:25 GMT
Believe me, your nose will fall off.
--- In snuffboxthenasalsnuffclub <at> yahoogroups.com, "Hogue" <hogue <at> ...>
> I am going to copy and frame this E-Mail. I am so sick and tired of
> these people that know more than anyone on earth telling me my nose
> fall off or I will get cancer of the sinus or lung cancer because
> goes into the lungs and all the way to the silly notion that Snuff
> cause constipation. What next? Hang nails.
> Whoever sent this, thanks for solving a ongoing problem with know
it all nin
> compoops. The next time a know it all comes over and comes off with
> silly notion I will just point them to this framed E-Mail.
> The British Medical Journal Volume 283 from 26th September 1981
> interesting results were reported. They reported that:
> "Unlike tobacco smoke, snuff is free of tar and harmful gases such
> carbon monoxide and nitrogen oxides. Since it cannot be inhaled
> the lungs, there is no risk of lung cancer, bronchitis, and
> The Lancet, March 1, 1980 (Extract)
> A NEW AGE FOR SNUFF?
> M. J. JARVIS C. FEYERABEND
> Addiction Research Unit, Institute of Psychiatry, London; and
> Unit, New Cross Hospital, London.
> "Snuffing is simply a matter of inserting powdered tobacco into the
> nose, and thus has two major advantages. Firstly, there are no
> of combustion such as tar, carbon monoxide, and oxides of nitrogen.
> Secondly, it cannot be inhaled into the lungs, which eliminates any
> risk of lung cancer, which kills almost 30,000 British smokers a