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Harm Reduction Notes for the COVID-19 Pandemic

ciggy jackdaw

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- Wed, 27 Apr 2016 10:48:31 EST gPDnw7Gd No.171558
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hello friends
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Sidney Fuzzlebanks - Sat, 21 Dec 2019 16:30:23 EST bwV434Rb No.174519 Reply
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let me get that for you jacko
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Cedric Ducklock - Thu, 26 Dec 2019 20:38:29 EST hfINm70h No.174533 Reply
Lemme get that for ya jackie

nicotine addict stereotypes

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- Fri, 24 Jan 2020 03:54:47 EST W0B8+UoL No.174562
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Is there a temperament of person who gets really easily addicted to nicotine psychologically (and physically)? Tons of people in my family, myself included, have smoking habits in a pretty anti-tobacco local social climate, but we don't have alcoholism or any other addictions.

It's the people with the worst mental health problems. We all smoke like chimneys.
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Jared Fortnitehick - Fri, 24 Jan 2020 21:15:11 EST C2SQ4ajT No.174563 Reply
>>174562
I would say it is not involving with anything else. It's more of the reliance of the nicotine, I would also suggest you start checking out snuff or chew if you are really going to start tobacco daily. It is more healthy especially when you brush your teeth and use mouthwash as well. There's really no reason to smoke cigarettes unless you roll your own nowadays. Cigarettes are just a tax on you. I suggest you get them cans of snuff for like 2 bucks lol.
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Sophie Crammlesure - Tue, 24 Mar 2020 19:17:31 EST tiCfkd/p No.174604 Reply
>>174562
>It's the people with the worst mental health problems. We all smoke like chimneys.

You got it. The urge (for me, at least) to pick up burning plant matter and inhale the exhaust doesn't just happen one fine day. You have to think it's going to do something good for you, and if that's the case then you're probably not fully sane. If you question it, that's a step in the right direction, but I've questioned it for all of my life and I still go back to it periodically. I started questioning the image when I was a kid, then I started mimicking the image. When I finally had the oppourtunity to smoke my first cigarette I didn't hesitate. I liked it immediately, but I questioned why I liked it. Was it because it made me feel like I belonged? Was it because the high took away my worries? Was it because it tasted nice?

I guess my temperment is that I tend to question everything, partially due to mental illness and partially due to no one explaining things to me in a caring, honest way when I was young. Smoking helps more than anything else.

Stress Relief

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- Wed, 12 Feb 2020 22:02:31 EST IoHyoG3R No.174578
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Does smoking actually make you less stressed? I've never found it does that for me.
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John Kockleburg - Sat, 22 Feb 2020 14:57:18 EST C2SQ4ajT No.174588 Reply
>>174578
Yeah. It's a little chemistry called the releasing of a chemical called "Dopamine", it is released because of the nicotine. When doing nicotine, dopamine is released.
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Hamilton Sabbleferk - Thu, 12 Mar 2020 16:05:37 EST qmt5XgyC No.174598 Reply
>not smoking Newports
Nigg-Up


Eating tobacco

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- Sat, 14 Mar 2020 10:49:06 EST p1oDfwrB No.174599
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Has anyone tried eating tobaccco straight? I’ve been trying eating my pipe tobacco and swallowing it. The high is pretty good. Wondering if long term effects can’t be great. Give some feedback

Tonsillitis and tobacco

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- Wed, 26 Feb 2020 15:18:46 EST w7RPMbc+ No.174591
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Hey guys just wondering if anyone ever got over tonsillitis without stopping smoking cigarettes. My tonsils are still swollen but don't hurt anymore... All I want to do is smoke a cig.
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Edwin Greenhood - Fri, 06 Mar 2020 14:20:53 EST 3nmKxzdo No.174597 Reply
I always smoked through any illness including tonsillitis.
I just don't see why not. It's not like you're never gonna get well if you smoke. It's just gonna dry it out a bit and it hurts for a while but at least you smoked a cig. I don't see the big deal. You will get better wether you smoke or not, but obviously it's better for you if you don't smoke at all, still I mean, it's not gonna change anything

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.
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Charlotte Wadgecocke - Fri, 28 Feb 2020 16:11:11 EST 7PZMum3z No.174592 Reply
>>174456
In Turkey we still have "flow filters (Kent and Marlboro uses it)" and corked filters (Parliament filters) and slim cigarettes. I don't think they'll standardize the filters since no one starts smoking because they're fond of the flow filter.
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Oliver Monderhood - Thu, 05 Mar 2020 17:37:04 EST siUAV9yg No.174596 Reply
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>>174382
>>174456
Alot of the newly packaged cigarettes in Canada do not taste nearly the same. Like exporte greens, definitely do not taste the same. You can go for an LD and they do burn the same, but in all I feel the tobacco has somehow changed, for the worse

Simular herbs to tobacco

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- Fri, 23 Aug 2019 00:22:27 EST fLx/xnKr No.174382
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What other herbs are there you can smoke that work on the para sympathetic nervous system etc like nicotine does. I remember one that had simular effects to tobacco but dont remember its name. Or what other herbs are there that contain nicotine without the poisonous cancer bullshit tobacco has?
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Augustus Seddleputch - Fri, 10 Jan 2020 11:42:04 EST FiKHRuje No.174552 Reply
>>174382
Betel nut works on nicotinic receptors, but I wouldn't know how to aquire such things in the west though.
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Archie Gemmlesun - Tue, 11 Feb 2020 00:58:15 EST nnD7hNVg No.174576 Reply
>>174552
Betel nut can be found through online suppliers but the only product I purchased was dried and so hard it was impossible to use it for consumption.

I remember they usually can be found being sold out of Thailand and India.
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Hamilton Blicklewodge - Thu, 05 Mar 2020 13:42:55 EST d/CakHIB No.174595 Reply
>>174576
Even the stuff I get here in India from the paan shops is very hard.
I hardly feel an effect from it either way.

Look on bluelight to see coolio's (Rip) experience snorting pure arecoline to see why it's not really a desirable drug anyway.

Dem leaves

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- Tue, 04 Dec 2018 14:29:22 EST uYNmJEW9 No.174195
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I just learned I can buy half a kilo of tobacco leaves for 7 bucks in my country and after running it through a tobacco shredder for 19 bucks, I have perfect tax free tobacco.
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Phoebe Handleshaw - Mon, 17 Feb 2020 18:13:35 EST 3ZzvW6A3 No.174585 Reply
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>>174198
It's a while back, but I just got my first batch of whole leaves (had only checked up on it repeatedly in that post, and missed my opportunity, found a new source now though).
I don't smoke cigs though, I only do pipes, but damn these fuckers are tasty.
Smoke is much softer and nicer, I assume because of all the stuff they usually put on there. Top & base notes, humectants. Etc.

A slightly more wholesome experience, in short.. Really get to know tobacco in all it's naked glory. Super cheap too, kinda weird shipping though lol, opened the box and it was just fucking filled to the brim with leaves, more tobacco than I've probably smoked in all my life combined. Not even some kind of spacer to keep the different kinds to themselves, just stacked on top of each other.
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Eugene Pungergold - Fri, 28 Feb 2020 17:41:01 EST 3ZzvW6A3 No.174593 Reply
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Just an update to >>174585 , rolled together some of the leaves into a hometwisted rope thingy, and pressed it underneath some 10 and 5kg plates I have around for the liftin', wrapped inside foil. Turned into a neat lil tobacco puck thing. Only did a couple of days under there, but looks much more like the real stuff than just cutting the straight leaves, smells better too. About equal parts burley/virginia and some oriental (no idea which sadly, that's all the listing said at the leaf nethshop) for spice.
Pic related, kinda neat how you can still see the individual rope strands inside the puck, even though it's completely solid.
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Eugene Pungergold - Fri, 28 Feb 2020 17:48:21 EST 3ZzvW6A3 No.174594 Reply
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Pic showing the puck shape better, also shows how the pressing had an effect. The yellow virginia leaf on top was all just plain yellow before, the brown is the burley and/or virginia seeping into it.

Have another rope under the plates now, gonna let that stay under there for at least a week instead of just the couple of days. Or just let it stay there til' I've smoked up this puck. See how much difference it'll make, or won't make.

Haven't tried smoking it yet, but smells delicious. Maybe I'll have some tonight, will make a post when I do.

starting ryo cigs

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- Sun, 16 Feb 2020 12:41:58 EST DBH3Zy9+ No.174582
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im tired of paying taxes up my ass for a carton of cigs
do any of you lads have tobacco reccomendations that are similar to the flavor of your average pack of camel red 99's? i know the actual blend itself is something along the lines of virginia, prilep, and yendje but im just looking for a blend i can buy in the pounds. i currently smoke a pack and 1/2 a day
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Frederick Brallyson - Sun, 23 Feb 2020 18:56:32 EST QWBJd1iW No.174590 Reply
>>174582
Peter stokkebye Turkish blend. It's kind of hard to find but that shit is some of the best RYO I've smoked and probably the closest you'll get to a camel red.

Whelp it's official

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- Sat, 21 Dec 2019 14:54:09 EST 1Q5/SVxm No.174518
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Just signed, you have to be 21 or older to buy tobacco from now on
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Augustus Brezzlehun - Fri, 07 Feb 2020 01:38:09 EST yndebAgO No.174571 Reply
>>174518
Good. Im 24 and if tobacco hadnt been legal for 18 year olds in a bar setting (hookah) i would be a much healthier and more productive person. Theres no benefit to tobacco use.
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Eliza Debbergold - Fri, 14 Feb 2020 03:20:04 EST 5nsUJxuS No.174581 Reply
another long-term smoker here who supports this measure. prices seem to go up about 30-50 cents every month, too

Best Cigs, Best Country

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- Sat, 18 Jan 2020 11:42:35 EST 3ZzvW6A3 No.174555
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Which country you've been too has had the best ciggies (also what brand/name were they?)?
IIRC the only cigarettes I've heard spoken about in tones of awe are Japanese cigs and Dunhill cigarettes (though I guess those aren't made anymore?)
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Fucking Saffingwill - Sun, 09 Feb 2020 16:43:44 EST dsP1nGpr No.174573 Reply
japan is king when it comes to cigarettes
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Shitting Fanfuck - Mon, 10 Feb 2020 06:18:27 EST nnD7hNVg No.174574 Reply
I am Canadian. Our darts are rather tame compared to the American cigarettes my buddy brought from across the border. Marlboro Reds were incredible.

I've tried smokeless tobacco from Canada, Sweden, and the United States, and although the dip from the USA has the highest concentration of carcinogens, they are by far the finest products out there. The chemicals and poisons tobacco companies include in their products enhance the experience in some way.

Is best to use sparingly, but dirty, chemical-laden American products are my favourite.

I want to travel to the US as a commercial tourist and buy some American smokes, Fluorinated amphetamines, and PCP analogues.
I just wish I could safely get them back across the border to Canada with me :( Sadly, dogs at customs would smell my drugs that aren't tobacco. But still. I want me Marlboro Reds, American Spirits, Camels, Lucky Stripes, and Djarum Blacks.
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Misse - Wed, 12 Feb 2020 02:30:58 EST 3ZzvW6A3 No.174577 Reply
>>174574
>sadly dogs at customs would smell my drugs
Get a kayak?
Circle around the border seaside, pack it in one of those waterproof bags and weigh it down so it doesnt float, pull it behind you underwater. Then as long as they don't notice it, you are safe even for a light search.


Addiction Neverending

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- Thu, 06 Feb 2020 01:04:15 EST WHb/TOcx No.174568
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So I quit smoking 3 years ago.

I have had nothing but nic-fits since. Even today, I've tried filling the void with food, drugs, alcohol... but I want it. I crave it.

I'm broken, I'm done. Alcoholism is an empty shell to cover the real craving in my life...
A good hard draw.

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