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Canada Plain Packaging

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- Tue, 29 Oct 2019 05:33:57 EST 1+4E+w3G No.174456
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Starting in November, all cigarettes sold in Canada will come in a stock, brown pack. Literally the "Ugliest Colour in the World".

In addition (and less publicised), no markings on the filters, and standard sizes for all brands.

This means no more Slims, XL's, and potentially the actual engineering of the filter could be lost.

For instance, I smoke Pall Mall XL's that have a handy 'Flow Filter', the hard hollow tip so you don't get a soggy cig. Pretty sure they're axing that.

First they took Menthols, then Blunts, now they're denying me a cleaner filter.

Fuck Canada, I'm glad I'm only a couple hours from $6 Newports.
Hedda Bullybury - Wed, 30 Oct 2019 18:15:26 EST 3IwJDQK5 No.174459 Reply
If I take a drag from my brothers cig, it's like all soggy.

>Fuck Canada, I'm glad I'm only a couple hours from $6 Newports.

Advertising-wise, camel used to have, "I'd walk a mile for a camel."
Nell Lightfoot - Mon, 11 Nov 2019 00:33:08 EST oMMp4+Te No.174464 Reply
lol canada gov want you to stop ur cancer fag
Speeddreamin' - Mon, 11 Nov 2019 16:06:44 EST IAvQ90VK No.174465 Reply
Damn, that's terrible news. I just lost my collection of expensive cigarette boxes, my parents trashed them while I was moving homes. Twice.

All I have now is American Spirits, Double Happiness, maybe Paul Mall reds but that's it. Used to have Camel Gold, Belmont, more. And tins of American chew. Beautiful artwork those containers are. Looks like it's time to cough up the money for one more pack of Camels.

Fuck yes I'd walk a mile for a Camel!

I want name brand,
Tobacco 'baccy batch
Blonde's too bland
Tobacco 'baccy batch packed
Backpacked all the way to border
Just to grab a pack and
Transport my order back


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- Sun, 04 Feb 2018 14:54:40 EST 4ki9RMDU No.173846
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Bump while buzzin'

What you buzzin on? Smokes? Dip? Snuff? Gum? Is your arm sheathed in patches?
Share your vibes, your /tobacco/ thoughts, and the tastes and smells of your product!

>Vaping 4mg nicotine juice and snuffing
>Wilsons of Sharrow Best SP, Irish Coffee, Samuel Gawth SP No.1 and Frebourg and Treyer Seville
The Seville and S.G. SP No.1 have taken time to grow on me. I have heard that nasal snuff is an old man's vice. These two aromas remind me of Grandma's Vanity and Grandpa's Trouser Drawer, as best I can describe them. After using them, over time I have come to appreciate them more.

My favourite snuff I've tried so far is actually from Peru, made by the indigenes of the Amazon and contains spices and chacruna. It smells of cumin meets cayenne and tobacco, with psychotria viridis perhaps adding it's own aroma.
Runner up has to be Wilson's of Sharrow's Best SP, which I will blow through a 10g tin in a week or two. Soft in the nose with hints of citrus, and eucalyptus I think.

The F&T Seville is by far the most complex and nuanced scent. I now use it maybe once every while.

I've got two whole bottles of that Peruvian Rape(pronounced rap-ay) coming. It's just too good. Also have a 100g bag of Toque Rustica snuff. Will be looking into buying up prepared raw Nicotiana rustica for ceremonial and occasional smoking.

BWB ya'll, don't yak 'cause of the headrush
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Therm0ptic !cyBOrG7t12 - Sat, 21 Sep 2019 20:52:53 EST 0gsN3Lm4 No.174420 Reply
Just tried the Pistoff Kristoff for the first time. Definitely a new favorite. That was extremely tasty and satisfying nicotine-wise.
Priscilla Crundlekare - Wed, 25 Sep 2019 01:40:12 EST TKF6/fLy No.174431 Reply

It's really easy to completely replace cigarettes with Snus. I don't even want to smoke any more unless I am completely shit faced.
Therm0ptic !cyBOrG7t12 - Mon, 04 Nov 2019 14:39:10 EST f9GWM2a3 No.174463 Reply
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Smokin some Tobacco Galleria wild cherry (Cavendish and Virginia) atm but a customer gave me this 1964 Anniversary edition Padron from his personal stash. That's fuckin sweet. I'm excited to get home and smoke dis.

Portion Size

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- Thu, 30 May 2019 01:35:02 EST 5R0ZVWMp No.174311
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Does anyone else find that when they're out of ciggies, a very small amount of tobacco suffices when it comes to satisfying their addiction or the amplification of other drugs?
Tobacco is objectively best used as an adjunct to literally anything else. Someone out there should release half-sized cigs in 40 packs. I see people throw away the remainders of their cigs all the time, sometimes even almost a whole one, because apparently saving what remains of one is a social faux pas among idiots.
>inb4 roll your own
Tubes still emulate corporate cigs, so there is no modification to the actual portion size.

Holy shit I just wish someone would love me.
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Barnaby Lightridge - Sun, 15 Sep 2019 08:57:02 EST zK4Bn17V No.174414 Reply
Roll your own then cut half of it off? Or did your brain not think of that? tubes r cheap
Polly Gimmlestone - Tue, 01 Oct 2019 09:59:08 EST DzML372G No.174441 Reply
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>no modification to the actual portion size
The fuck you mean dawg?

Tubes aren't the only option for RYO. You can use standart smaller cigarette papers which are shorter than most cigarettes or use rolls (as in pic) to make them literally any length you want. You can also alter the width of the cig by choosing the size of the filters you buy. On top of that, while rolling your own you decide the amount of tobacco you put in a cigarette and make it more loose or more packed based on your liking.

Sure, if you're a tube and rolling machine using corporate slut, there's much less modifications you can make. If you use your hands, the possibilities are incredibly vast. It takes like 30s to roll a single cig, so not having the time to roll with your own damn hands is not a valid argument.

Pipe Tutorial: By 420chan for 420chan

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- Mon, 05 Nov 2018 02:28:23 EST huAUtvdf No.174170
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There's many howtos already out there, but this is mine.
This one is locally produced.

So you want to smoke a pipe.

To smoke a pipe, you will need a pipe.
At a first pipe you don't need to (and should not) spend a lot, and might be detrimental to your experience if you're scared of ruining it (you can). And a more expensive pipe does not necessarily smoke better.
Your options,
Corn cob pipe:
  • Very affordable
  • All of them smoke well
  • But not "classy"
Clay Pipes
  • Very clean taste, only taste the tobacco
  • Cannot burn out, can handle being tossed in a fire
  • Usually cheap too
  • Available with stems
  • May have too tight draw
  • Fragile, don't drop it
Cheap briar
  • Varying quality, not necessarily dependent on price
  • It's a pipe.

So you have a pipe.
Now to smoke your pipe, you also need
  • Tobacco (duh)
  • Pipe cleaners
  • Lighter/Matches
  • Pipe tool (for stoking/packing your lit pipe, emptying, etc)
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Barnaby Chuvingkit - Mon, 23 Sep 2019 15:20:51 EST 8QK9gsO8 No.174426 Reply
Actually very sure, still have the jar (use it as a solder trash jar), checked now. Says on the ingredients they used lemon oil.
Oliver Crullerfield - Sat, 12 Oct 2019 09:52:37 EST 8QK9gsO8 No.174451 Reply
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Hey, noticed I never got back to you on the flakes.
Pressed tobacco comes in a bunch of different forms,
most common is flake. Looks like rectangular slices, vary in thickness from thin like a bacon strip and thick leather. Can be handled in a bunch of ways, easiest is just to rub it out a bit and stuff like regular tobacco. Either just between your fingers to keep it a bit more thick than usual, keep some flaky characteristics, or put a flake between your palms and really grind at it to get it to mixture type fluffiness.
You can also do some variation of fold or roll it up and just put it in your pipe, but it'll smoke very differently than usual, and also slower. In my experience it can be hard to get it the right thickness, since it expands a bit when you light it up. What I will say though is that it can be more resistant to windy conditions when you get it right. Lighting is more of a process too, important to get it evenly lit all round, but when you've got it going it will keep lit more easily.
Something inbetween would be to cube cut it, just take some scissors or a knife and cut against the grain to make a diy cube cut. Much easier to deal with than folding, but keeps most of the burn characteristics. Just pour some into the bowl and you're done, it's so dense so no packing needed. Easier to get lit, cause of the increased surface, but also will smoke slower cause of the density of the cubes. In short, best of both worlds. Only, there's a small risk of the whole bowl of tobacco falling out when turning the bowl over to get excess ash off. Haven't figured out if that has to do with cube-size or if maybe the bowl was too smooth and uncaked, too little friction. Also a cube can block the bowl-hole, and the last part can be hard to finish, but I figure it'd be an easy fix to fill up enough rubbed out tobacco to cover the airway and it'd fix both problems. Or maybe put it in a cob, they feel like they have more bowl "grip" inside, rather than the smooth wood.

Then there's coins looks kinda like flakes but are round and spun, cut from a tobacco log kinda. You can actually buy a whole log, but it's a super uncommon format, only one I know is Peter Heinrichs curly block, pic related, would really like to try it sometime.
Can treat them mostly like flake, except they're easier to just fold and stuff, the shape makes packing less of a hardship to get right, easier to light. Just bunch some up and put them in.

Then there's cake.
Essentially just uncut flakes, big brownie shaped thingie you carve flakes from. Tends to be more tasty and potent because of the tobacco getting to meld together better as one uniform big piece in the tin. Just needs a sharp knife and you can carve as thin/thick pieces as you'd like, or the weather demands. Thick will resist wind better, but it'll also taste different. Some will taste weird if you slice them too thin, burn too quick.
(Also not to be confused with crumble cake, which is just mixture pressed together into cubes. Those you just break pieces off with your fingers and crumble up. Real cake has layers of the actual leaves, which you cut against the grain to get the whole mix.)

Colts canada

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- Sat, 02 Nov 2019 03:40:41 EST idkglu6p No.174460
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Yo anyone try colts cigarillos , if so whats the difference between the white and black ,
Pretty cool you can still get these in canada and there flavored

best brands of rolling tobaccon

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- Sun, 15 Sep 2019 17:09:07 EST asPd99IT No.174416
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Crossroad Gold is probably the most divine shyt i have ever smoked, alongside with the original one.
fuck what do yall like to roll?
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Therm0ptic !cyBOrG7t12 - Sun, 20 Oct 2019 04:32:43 EST 0gsN3Lm4 No.174453 Reply
Are they implying that tobacco will blow out your crotch?
Wtf am I lookin at lmao
lol - Wed, 23 Oct 2019 08:42:13 EST 3CzGZxvs No.174454 Reply

Yeah what the fuck? Are ads gonna come out about how alcohol will blow your back out too?
Beatrice Brillywill - Wed, 30 Oct 2019 16:55:57 EST n+S+xQHP No.174457 Reply
i fucking love me some bali shag, literally tastes like sun

Smoking pet-peeves

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- Thu, 13 Apr 2017 02:11:09 EST dXAmd9PP No.173427
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I pretty much have only one pet peeve about smoking and that's when you go to snub out a cigarette when you're done with it and there's just one little ember that still stays lit and starts burning through all the cigarettes in the ashtray, burning the filters making the room smell terrible
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Priscilla Blacklegold - Mon, 16 Sep 2019 05:18:40 EST KUyQJilT No.174417 Reply
I think the stress it puts on people's lives comes largely from how much we've demonized and ostracized people who smoke from normal society over the years. We call them "addictive" (which we used to not do even decades after the first U.S. Surgeon General's report on smoking and its health risks), and then smokers call themselves "addicts" with no control over their habit. But the truth is, you do have control. The act of lighting up is a conscious one, and you wouldn't do it in that moment if that wasn't what you wanted to do, even as you're thinking to yourself "I want to quit". I wonder how many smokers out there live with self-fulfilling prophecies of failing to quit from being told "you're an addict, tobacco is more addictive than heroin, it's the hardest habit to quit in the world, take these pills and gums and patches since you can't help yourself, oh shit that doesn't work because pills and gum fucking blow compared to having a cigarette". Keep in mind the majority of smokers quit cold-turkey according to government surveys, although vaping might soon overtake that if it isn't driven into the ground by draconian regulation.

Here's some random advice on quitting smoking: first, stop treating yourself like trash for it. Then think hard about what it is you get out of smoking, why you continue doing it, because you get *something* out of it; you have to be, unless you're literally insane and have some mental disorder, or you wouldn't continue lighting up. You would stop smoking just as easily as people can stop themselves from eating a pound of cookies every day in spite of how tasty and sweet they are. From there, I suggest you look into low-risk alternatives like vaping or snus. Try moving onto something safer that you can actually enjoy while you contemplate quitting tobacco and what you would gain/lose by doing that (keep in mind the incentive to quit nicotine falls off hard when you take it through a much safer route like vaping, snuff, snus). The cold-turkey quitters and people who actually manage to quit with shit like Chantix and nicotine patches have already decided they're not getting anything else of tobacco, whether they're conscious of it or not. But if that shit isn't working for you, and you're struggling to quit, you aren't one of those people. You still enjoy something about smoking, which keeps you coming back. This is why vaping is such a miraculous invention; it retains almost all the qualities of smoking people enjoy (the nicotine, the exhaled aerosol, the taste and flavors, branding, added bonus of having a modular gizmo you can tinker with or a sleek and pleasing device like Juul - all qualities that are lost on shitty pharma quit-smoking products) while being so low-risk, it's really unlikely vaping will ever kill anyone. This is how I helped my older mid-30s brother, at the cusp of serious life expectancy reduction from continuing to smoke, quit cigarettes. All he used to tell me was "I'm addicted, that's why I can't quit", and drilled down from there.

Anyway, it ain't stressing the health care system, either. In fact, smokers save society money. Why? Life expectancy reductions. Because life-long smokers tend to die earlier than people who don't, there are many costs associated with getting old and decrepit that are totally foregone. Pension funds, social security, future Medicare - all of that money that might be spent on a smoker in his 80s is cut out because he died in his late 60s from smoking. If anyone's a burden on health care, it's healthy/lucky people living to be 90, taking 5 meds a day for the numerous illnesses of old age, soaking up social funds to continue living without a job, needing various technologies and therapy to heal injuries from falls or strokes or heart attacks. All of that is foregone because the smoker is expected to die 5-10 years earlier than would be his time if he hadn't smoked his whole life. Meanwhile, tobacco users contribute literally billions in tax revenue on their fucking own.

Smokers more than pay their dues to health care by dying earlier than non-smokers. They also pay for a lot of other shit because of excise taxes. If everyone stopped smoking tomorrow, in a few decades health care would become increasingly more expensive as more money is needed to take care…
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Shitting Tootwater - Fri, 11 Oct 2019 18:21:12 EST 5nsUJxuS No.174450 Reply

your emotional ponderings are not equitable to statistical analysis
Asap97 - Sat, 19 Oct 2019 15:33:48 EST 1eon1Sp0 No.174452 Reply

are you kidding?

I feel like a heroin junkie unless I puff.

like, physical illness and irritability.


Smoking shag tobacco, with a rolled filter, inside a permanent targard cig holder?

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- Wed, 09 Oct 2019 18:40:31 EST pFYfnRV9 No.174447
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Say what you want but I like rolling and smoking shag much more than the common cigarette, DRUM in particular. It tastes incredible, actually has a great smell to it, and works really well with spliffs sprinkled with hash. It's also fun and easy to roll due to its fluffy texture. For a spliff it works best to have a hand-rolled cardstock tip, so no THC is lost during filtration, but for those times where I just want the tobacco, I'd really prefer to not have the absolute stinkiest fingertips and breath.

So my question is, would rolling a shag cigarette with a fiber filter tip, then smoking that cig through a TarGard brand "permanent filter" cig holder make a significant difference, if any? (with regards to lingering odours on clothing/skin/breath, taste, smoothness) Seeing how much Tar builds up in one after a few puffs...it has to at least have some minor benefit, right?

Sounds reaaal pretentious, I know, but if doing this makes the draw, taste, and hit of the smoke feel a bit more palatable and 'clean', I gotta try it. Does anyone have any experience with hand-rolling with filters, cig-holders, or both that can give me some insight on what you thought of it compared to something like common packs of smokes? Blues, Reds, Menthols, or what have you?

Lastly, is owning a 'designated leather smoking glove' for holding and smoking cigs a thing that smokers have done at any point in history? Or is it a retarded idea I just came up with? That and hand sanitizer is the only thing I could see preventing that unavoidable smoke smell from sticking to your fingers.

Genius, pointless, or retarded? Let me know
Hedda Gocklelock - Fri, 11 Oct 2019 10:06:29 EST KGr7jpQK No.174449 Reply

I've seen people with smoking gloves and cigarette holders in my city.

Talked to a few, seems it's generally smokers with partners who don't smoke. Perfectly normal thing to do.

Tobacco as an anti-psychotic

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- Thu, 12 Sep 2019 13:10:14 EST OFBs1OP3 No.174406
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I have been diagnosed with schizoaffective, thus there are times when I go through psychotic episodes which consist of unidentifiable entities appearing, being really fucking tense and hearing voices. What I found out is that taking in a lot of nicotine basically kills the psychotic episode. When I was smoking about 7 Red Marlboros a day, I had to basically breath through the cigarette and smoke about half-two thirds of one of those.

Does anybody here have similar experiences?
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Martin Neffingwet - Mon, 30 Sep 2019 01:24:33 EST q3mwRNch No.174439 Reply
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Yeah, I can vaguely remember an earlier time when he mentioned he was going to quit. Even got him a vape with liquid in case cold turkeying wasn't going to work. He gave that shit up fast.
George Fanningbury - Thu, 10 Oct 2019 15:05:05 EST q3mwRNch No.174448 Reply
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Well hey, the fucker's actually doing it through nicotine patches, being too busy with studying for exams and mooching weed off of me. It's cute to see him struggle through a bowl of pure weed, it's like he never reached my level of high before. Good on him though.

OP, have you considered using nicotine patches?

juul and school

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- Sat, 28 Sep 2019 16:12:58 EST 2Jr0vav5 No.174434
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school is stressful. been hitting juul's off of my friends and it's fantastic.

is nicotine bad for memory? i see a lot of lawyers that smoke, i wonder if this shit actually helps them perform better because they're less stressed/have an active stimulant while working.

side note, i already take adderall.
Therm0ptic !cyBOrG7t12 - Sun, 29 Sep 2019 04:06:41 EST 0gsN3Lm4 No.174435 Reply
I don't know how it affects memory exactly, but I've read that it helps combat Alzheimer's.
Right Said Dredd - Thu, 03 Oct 2019 18:32:14 EST pH1RTNTn No.174445 Reply
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I find that its a mild stimulant and a parasympathomimetic so it falls into the category of a mild anti-psychotic much like rispiridone's function

It literally calms your nerves and cools your head.

A smoke in the morning and a coffee can turn you around after as little as 4h of sleep.

I smoke when I'm soldering to steady my hands and clear my thought process.
Right Said Dredd - Thu, 03 Oct 2019 18:36:42 EST pH1RTNTn No.174446 Reply
It also has analgesic properties; so it does actually relieve physical and mental pain by a small margin.

Tobac vs Tobac

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- Thu, 03 Oct 2019 18:25:46 EST pH1RTNTn No.174444
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Why do Marlboros, export a or canadian smooths taste good even though they're relatively cheap?
Is it a subjective to taste thing or is it how they prepare it?


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- Mon, 12 Aug 2019 04:21:17 EST w1i0qln3 No.174364
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So I've been living in Central Europe for nearly three years, and I love tobacco. But actual tobacco smoke is forbidden in my wife's family home, since the smell sticks to clothing. I'm a 31-year-old man and I can't even smoke outside, because my wife's mother is an ex-smoker and adamantly complains of the smell. I've went out and bought myself a pack of Luckies and spent a few hours chilling in a park and smoked half the pack in the process, went for a long walk to air out my clothes, and I still got shit for it. Fucking ridiculous. I'm allowed e-cigarettes, but by now I'm sick and tired of vaping - the strongest liquid available does appease my Nicotine addiction, but the actual nature of vaping is not enjoyable to me. It lacks the actual smoke sensation - that smoky burning taste. A friend of a friend recently turned me on to this Snuff shit, which is some sort of fine tobacco powder which is insufflated up through one of the nostrils and possibly into the sinuses. Now, as a user that enjoys and regularly snorts crushed IR stimulant pills and occasionally other drugs in powder form, I really dig the sensation of snorting tobacco. I find this particular product has an initial sharp burning sensation and then a mild menthol-like cooling sensation, followed by a faint tobacco after taste in the back of the throat.

Per my own preferences, I really enjoy the product. The one problem I have with it is there is a lack of that "kick" I've grown so accustomed to and often crave in my addiction to stimulants. When I first encountered Snuff, I expected a strong nicotine kick of some sort, but I find with this particular product, there is no sudden kick of Nicotine addiction relief, which leads me to hit the product often and in rather large amounts.

Any one care to chime in with some discussion about Tabaka / Snuff? Perhaps any stronger brands to recommend rather than "Gawith Original"? I would be much obliged to find out that there is perhaps a superior product available that really hits hard with the pleasant effects of Nicotine, for those who appreciate this drug's effects.

Also, I find the sensation of a few hits of Snuff along with a cup of strong black coffee is fantastic.

Any thoughts to share, /tobacco/?
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Hugh Siddleshit - Sun, 15 Sep 2019 11:05:40 EST tiQxRce2 No.174415 Reply
Yeah i really enjoy snuff. If you want some hard hitting ones you can try: Redbull (from the same company that makes Gawith), Med no.99 (i don't use it too much cause it hits extremely hard) and maybe some Bernard tabak products like Aecht Altbayerischer Schmalzler or Brazil Doppelfermentier (they have a really interesting smell of smoke, coffee, chocolate and some fruits and they have a pretty solid amount of nicotine). I've used a lot of snuff in my life so if you have any questions i'll be happy to answer them.
Lydia Gannerlack - Tue, 24 Sep 2019 14:16:56 EST BIwish79 No.174428 Reply
>Also, I find the sensation of a few hits of Snuff along with a cup of strong black coffee is fantastic.
That was my favorite, McChrystals Original (most common snuff here) with a strong espresso. Sadly, I am incredibly resilient to nicotine so I just started snorting it using the middle part of a ballpoint pen, in the hopes of catching the buzz. I gave it up since I barely felt the effect anymore.
From what I've heard, the hardest hitting snuff is Taxi or NTSU from South Africa, or A+S Menthol from Switzerland (it's rare to obtain offline, so I never tried).
If you want a steady nicotine supply with the initial kick, try snus (the strongest one being Siberia -80C in the red tin).
Eliza Goodfield - Thu, 03 Oct 2019 01:46:43 EST nnWngj2e No.174443 Reply
ozone totally removes tobacco smell. low dose ozone is non toxic and increases oxygen in the brain even, which is what smokers need. bonus.


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- Tue, 01 Oct 2019 17:15:23 EST HnprIkRc No.174442
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How do I buy imported flavored cigarettes for personal smoking legally in the US? I want to do it the right way instead of off some pajeet website where they are selling counterfeit cigarettes.

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