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Doctor insights on: Cigarettes With Least Nicotine

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How much nicotine is in cigarettes?

How much nicotine is in cigarettes?

Nicotine: About 1 - 2 mg. per cigarette is absorbed into the bloodstream. Nicotine is a stimulant and addicting. It increases blood pressure and heart rate. It does nothing good for your health. ...Read more

Nicotine (Definition)

Nicotine is a stimulant drug found in cigarettes and is the ...Read more


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What is the percentage of nicotine in Sleek Line Kings cigarettes?

What is the percentage of nicotine in Sleek Line Kings cigarettes?

Unable to say: cigarettes made and sold in India are not required to list their nicotine and tar content, but typically Indian cigarettes have >15 mg of tar and anywhere from 1-2 mg of nicotine. American 'light' cigarettes typically have 0.4-0.6 mg of nicotine and 8 mg of tar. There is NO such thing as a "safe" cigarette - please strongly consider quitting (or at least switching to e-cigs, which may be safer) ...Read more

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How long does it take the nicotine from cigarettes to get out of your system?

Pretty quick: For the chemical to leave but the withdrwal will peak in1-2 days, last for weeks and cravings go for months or years. ...Read more

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Are non nicotine electronic cigarettes bad for you?

Yes: They will not have , tar that causes cancer but has bad nicotine , t much higher doses than normal cigarettes .They are not safe , as they claim , avoid by al l means. ...Read more

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Please help docs! is puffing 0 nicotine e cigarettes harmful?

Please help docs! is puffing 0 nicotine e cigarettes harmful?

Nobody knows: There are zero studies of e-cigs, and nobody knows what they will do, even with no nicotine. Nicotine is not the cause of cancer anyway - it is the complex hydrocarbons (tars) in the smoke. It is likely that e-cigs will prove safer than smoked cigarettes, the propellant in these gadgets is propylene glycol, and nobody knows what inhaling them, or the oils, flavorings and additives will do. ...Read more

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If I have a nicotine test in 5 days, and I smoked a couple of cigarettes today will I be able to pass?

Maybe, or not: There are several variables which effect the amount of cotinine, the byproduct of nicotine, which is measured. Second hand smoke may cause an elevation of the cotinine level. A big time heavy smoker, may have an evaluated level of weeks. Since even second hand smoke can elevate the cotinine, the issue of passing a test depends on the cutoff level from the tester. ...Read more