What Are The 6 Types Of Tobacco Products?

What Are The 6 Types Of Tobacco Products?

 

Tobacco is the common name of several plants in the family Nicotiana and Solanaceae (nightshade) and the general term for any product made from the cured leaves of the tobacco plant. More than 70 tobacco species are known, but the main commercial crop is N. Tabacum. The more powerful variant of the N. Rustica is also used all over the world.

Tobacco contains highly addictive alkaloid nicotine stimulants as well as harmal alkaloids. Dried tobacco leaves are mainly used for smoking in cigarettes and cigars, as well as in pipes and shishas. They can also be used as snuff, chewing tobacco, dipping tobacco and snus.

Nicotine is a highly addictive chemical compound found in the tobacco plant. Smoking products, including cigarettes , cigars, smokeless tobacco, hookah tobacco, and most e-cigarettes, contain nicotine.

1. Cigarettes

The basic components of most cigarettes are tobacco, filters, and paper wrapping. Although smokers use cigarettes to get nicotine, they are exposed to toxic and cancer-causing chemicals that are produced when the cigarette is burned.

2. Electronic Cigarettes 

Electronic cigarettes (Also Referred to as: Vape Pen, e-Hookah, Hookah Pen) often resemble traditional cigarettes, but use a heat source, usually powered by a battery, to turn "e-liquid," a liquid that usually contains nicotine from tobacco and flavorings, into an aerosol that is inhaled by the user. The amount of nicotine in aerosol may vary depending on the brand. There is little information on the safety of electronic cigarettes.

3. Water Pipes

Water pipes (also known as hookah, shisha, narghile, or argileh) are used to smoke specially made tobacco that comes in a variety of flavors such as mint, cherry and liquorice. Waterpipe smoking delivers nicotine to the addictive drug and the smoke from the waterpipe is at least as toxic as, or more toxic than, cigarette smoke. In fact , research shows that water pipe smokers can absorb even more of the harmful ingredients found in cigarette smoke because smoking sessions are longer. Typical one-hour hookah session involves inhaling 100 – 200 times the amount of smoke from a single cigarette. Waterpipe tobacco flavoring, exotic paraphernalia, and social use at hookah bars have increased its popularity with people who don’t already smoke cigarettes and younger people in the United States.

4. Cigars, Little Cigars, Cigarillos

Generally, cigars are cured tobacco wrapped in leaf tobacco or a tobacco-containing substance. Cigars vary in size — with smaller sizes sometimes referred to as small cigars or cigarillos. Large cigars can deliver as much as 10 times nicotine, 2 times more tar, and more than 5 times more carbon monoxide than a filtered cigarette. Although cigarette flavors are illegal, there are products available on the market that look like cigarettes but are labeled 'little cigars,' and some include sweets and fruit flavors that appeal to adolescents and young adults. Cigars may also appeal to young people because they may be cheaper than cigarettes. In addition , young adults may feel that cigars are less addictive and pose fewer health risks than cigarettes.

5. Dissolvable Products

In the past, smokeless tobacco products required spitting or discarding the remains of the product. There are new tobacco products that are not smoked and are often referred to as 'dissolvables.' These products can be more easily concealed because no product disposal is needed. They 're sold as lozenges, strips, or sticks, and they might look like candy. Announced attractive flavor and discrete forms of these products may encourage young people to take them, but nicotine content may lead to addiction and may also present an accidental risk of poisoning to children.

6. Traditional Smokeless Tobacco Products

There are two main types of smokeless tobacco that have traditionally been marketed in the United States: chewing tobacco and moist snuff. Chewing tobacco is a cured tobacco shaped like a loose leaf, plug, or twist. Snuff is finely cut or powdered, cured tobacco that can be dried, moist or packaged in pouches. Snus is a finely ground, moist snuff that can be loose or packed. Most smokeless tobacco use involves putting the product between the cheek or lip and the gum.

The availability of flavored, low-nicotine, smokeless tobacco products without strong characteristics promoted by manufacturers may lead to experimentation by new users, but may also lead to nicotine addiction and continued use of smokeless or other tobacco products. Over time, smokeless tobacco users may switch from low-nicotine smokeless tobacco products to products that deliver more nicotine.

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