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Before and after nicotine addiction

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- Wed, 01 Mar 2017 15:18:03 EST TyBJP2Da No.173356
File: 1488399483902.jpg -(29034B / 28.35KB, 640x360) Thumbnail displayed, click image for full size. Before and after nicotine addiction
I'm not a "big fan" of nicotine and tobacco, but I've noticed it helps a lot if I get some anxiety (maybe couple of times a week) or when I have to seriously focus on some scientific texts I'm working on. I'm not addicted to it yet, but I'm thinking of increasing frequency because it feels so benefitical. It seems to increase my focus while caffeine seems to do the opposite. In the past I used a random cigarette now and then, or even a pipe, and these days I'm mostly using nicotine gum and sometimes e-cigar. My question is, if I seriously get hooked on it as result and need it even when not anxious and not working on anything, and then decided to go down in frequency and amounts, has life change in any way? Will I permanently long for nicotine the rest of my life?
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Rebecca Cluckleshaw - Wed, 15 Mar 2017 15:38:37 EST vTPEcSz/ No.173380 Reply
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Update I found digestive support, in combination with apple cider vinegar for HCl production, and green tea for anti oxidants and natural well being.

But yes that is what I was talking about how you described it, sitting in the stomach.

I feel almost normal now, part of the problem was psychosis induced from feeling that way to not want to help myself get better.

I would recommend this to anyone trying to quit.>>173372
Nathaniel Grandridge - Wed, 29 Mar 2017 17:15:09 EST p/z4eG4W No.173401 Reply
Idk where this thread is going, i haven't read any of it. But i must say i smoke like 1-4 cigs a day,

I used to smoke much more, not THAT much more but a good amount more, I think drinking stopped it. Idk unless you are a REAL HARD nicotine addict 1-3 a day will tickle your fancy enough. Any more than that makes me sick,
Phyllis Semblebury - Fri, 31 Mar 2017 00:10:20 EST vTPEcSz/ No.173402 Reply
I figure its the reason behind smoking that will cause more and more, if the reason continues to escape the satisfaction of nicotine use, then it will require more and more.


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- Mon, 23 Jan 2017 10:44:14 EST LgOel6cO No.173238
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>Like duuude menthols are for like guuurls

Just fuck off with this bullshit
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Nicholas Clammlebury - Wed, 22 Mar 2017 18:56:13 EST 23/KAOBu No.173393 Reply
>Menthols make me kinda nauseous
me too.
why though? I can eat a thousand mints in one sitting and enjoy it all, but after i smoke a menthol i feel kind of bad, little nauseous, kinda like im always about to puke. it doesnt happen with full flavors.
Angus Pullywell - Sat, 25 Mar 2017 00:25:53 EST kraALMDH No.173395 Reply

Either you smoke like a god man, or sit and piss like the rest of the bitches Menthols just treats the gayness in you, it's one of its off label use.
Thomas Brabberfuck - Sun, 26 Mar 2017 07:20:52 EST ldcoAwEp No.173396 Reply
They'll be banned completely in EU countries by 2020.

Smoke it up, Fags!

I need to Quit Again

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- Sun, 05 Feb 2017 17:18:41 EST dm2yl6F8 No.173262
File: 1486333121882.jpg -(80448B / 78.56KB, 570x370) Thumbnail displayed, click image for full size. I need to Quit Again
I quit smoking for about a year, and now I started last week.
I already feel like shit. Fuck how do I quit again.
I'm not getting another pack, and I have a stupid vape to deal with withdrawal.
How do I quit besides powering through like I did last time?

>1 year of wasted work
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Augustus Cubberford - Tue, 28 Feb 2017 16:40:32 EST 41KcP0yY No.173353 Reply
I quit, but I occasionally have a cig now and again, 3-4 times a year when I have bad cravings. I let myself have it, don't feel guilty, and then don't have any more for a while. Having a weird sense of guilt about relapses just makes you more addicted IMO
Simon Bloppercocke - Wed, 22 Mar 2017 10:00:25 EST pGve9pHU No.173390 Reply
You use any other form of nicotine?

If you use another form it obviously isn't nearly as bad quitting, but a real smoke definitely does the job better. From the tactile sensation down to the "Whole tobacco alkaloids or 'WTA'".

I stopped smoking so much, I mean i am really content on 1-4 a day now. Granted i love a damn smoke, but sometimes you need to just let yourself fiend for one, it will be that much better. I drink a lot and this has surprisingly put a damper on my cig usage. Went from like 4-6 a day to 1-4 a day. Mostly because of nausea and stomach discomfort which leads me to not really want a cig so much.

How much do you smoke? The way i see it is that 1-3 a day isn't that bad compared to people who smoke literally two packs a day (which is nuts to me but they are the true badasses). Cancer doesn't work that way, but i would imagine what i smoke isn't nearly as bad as the two pack a day smoker.

IMO nicotine isn't that hard to quit, it is staying away that is the problem. Your body and mind still thinks "man i want a smoke". So if you don't find yourself to be the person to quit entirely (not telling you to give up btw), smoke less and find another alternative. Get a vape and use that most of the time, limit yourself to 1-2 smokes a day, then eventually give up traditional tobacco entirely. Then , maybe even the vape. Or just go balls out and stop but who wants to do that right?

Retard Smoker Stories

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- Sun, 21 Aug 2016 04:25:57 EST Wjkktdx0 No.172647
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>bum a lucky to a buddy
>tell him to flip it around and light the end with the logo so the gooks can't tell we've been here
>"wouldn't it be bad for you to breath in the burning ink??"
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Fucking Grandspear - Fri, 23 Sep 2016 08:03:53 EST +Ty2xniK No.172933 Reply
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>tripping on nbomes
>on a nightclub at the smokers area
>decide i want a cig really bad
>ask my friend who is also tripping for one
>he gives me and when i go get the lighter with my other hand i realize i already had a lit cig on my hand
>realize i also already had another cig in the back of my ear for later
>mfw i realized all this
Eliza Migglewetch - Fri, 30 Dec 2016 02:56:28 EST OuQJ8CI2 No.173165 Reply
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>'tripping' on datura
>smoke cigarettes
>they disappear in my hands

Pipe smoking and lung cancer risk bullshit or no?

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- Sat, 11 Mar 2017 23:25:37 EST NW2vb59i No.173373
File: 1489292737518.jpg -(18301B / 17.87KB, 480x360) Thumbnail displayed, click image for full size. Pipe smoking and lung cancer risk bullshit or no?
Surprisingly, Smoking Tobacco From A Pipe May Have Health Benefits
Thomas Nombledock - Mon, 13 Mar 2017 05:38:44 EST jibWtxvI No.173377 Reply
Damn that's pretty cool. I've used a pipe occasionally and I fucking enjoyed it. If its gonna make me healthier maybe I should just switch over full time to one.
Augustus Gebblenore - Tue, 14 Mar 2017 18:29:14 EST 2Jux8C6B No.173379 Reply
pipe smoking is generally a leisurely and stress relieving pursuit. Stress is the biggest indirect killer of them all. Generally pipe tobacco is a more natural and higher quality product than what goes into almost all cigarettes. When smoking a pipe or cigar, the smoke is not usually inhaled, just tasted. Thus there is less of a chance of lung cancer and cardiovascular disease. Still, when I smoke I think about the oral and esophageal cancers... and I'm still breathing in small amounts of second hand smoke through my nostrils.

Vaping tabacco

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- Wed, 08 Mar 2017 08:51:08 EST ui7vkize No.173366
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If I used a herb vaporizer for tobacco not like an ecig is that safer and by how much?
I tried googling it but everything was talking about ecigs
Pic unrelated
Ebenezer Shittingcocke - Thu, 09 Mar 2017 11:33:08 EST 41KcP0yY No.173369 Reply

Tobacco companies actually tried this years ago, it was quite a bit safer but was prone to accidentally combusting the tobacco, it tasted like shit, the device was difficult to use and keep clean, etc.
Thomas Nombledock - Mon, 13 Mar 2017 05:36:37 EST jibWtxvI No.173376 Reply
If there was some sort of tabbaco vape I'd be intrested in that too. But if the tabbaco combusts maybe fucking not. I don't really want the thing blowing up in my face.

Quitting decreases your tolerance to other drugs?

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- Thu, 27 Oct 2016 10:50:47 EST zDThlp4h No.173046
File: 1477579847996.png -(333147B / 325.34KB, 471x464) Thumbnail displayed, click image for full size. Quitting decreases your tolerance to other drugs?
Has anyone quit before and noticed that after a while, your tolerance to other drugs decreases?

I feel like ever since I started dipping daily, whenever I smoke weed I can't enjoy it as much. Especially considering I usually smoke at night, and nowadays I usually dip at night. If I smoke weed and dip before/after, it measurably kills my high. I googled it and it seems to happen to a lot of other people. Makes sense considering tobacco brings a buzz of its own, so all those catecholamines that could be going towards the weed high are recruited for the baccy buzz.
Doris Fivingfed - Tue, 28 Feb 2017 02:43:07 EST TQFJAWve No.173351 Reply
Stimulants in general will reduce the "stoned" feeling, nicotine is no exception.
George Ginnerbod - Wed, 01 Mar 2017 10:35:38 EST 23/KAOBu No.173355 Reply
When i get stoned first and smoke a cig after ive not had one for a couple hours i get 10x as stoned for 10 minutes

Dip vs snus

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- Fri, 17 Feb 2017 13:58:57 EST EYQUzEwT No.173283
File: 1487357937971.jpg -(152945B / 149.36KB, 480x343) Thumbnail displayed, click image for full size. Dip vs snus
Dip vs snus? Which do you like better?
Cyril Gommlested - Wed, 22 Feb 2017 07:12:21 EST JhSwyzjl No.173292 Reply
Swedish snus is the best thing I've had in my mouth.
Betsy Duffingnag - Thu, 23 Feb 2017 17:53:06 EST 41KcP0yY No.173343 Reply

Real, imported swedish snus is amazing. American snus is ass.

Making your own snus/dip thread

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- Fri, 20 Jan 2017 16:39:31 EST G41XQUl0 No.173229
File: 1484948371128.jpg -(54760B / 53.48KB, 600x762) Thumbnail displayed, click image for full size. Making your own snus/dip thread
Alright, so say I've had half a lb of organic flue-cured dark burley sitting around in my room for about a year now. Bought it off leafonly.com and planned to make my own copenhagen-style dip, but was too lazy and couldn't find a decent guide that explained the basics. I'm wondering:

  1. It's been sitting in an open plastic bag exposed to the air for most of this time. Will this diminish its potency/make it more prone to spoilage or anything? When I got it it was fairly dry (not sure if bone-dry though).

2. What's the minimum I have to do in order to make it dippable? From my understanding, first off, the major difference between snus and [american] dip seems to be that the former is pasteurized while the latter is fermented. So:

2a. can both of those not be interchanged? i.e., fermented, then pasteurized? Or the other way around? Or just one rather than the other? Which is """"necessary"""" for good flavor and freebasing of nicotine? (from my reading, seems fermenting is better on this front, but solely pasteurizing prevents as many TSNA's from developing as a result of fermentation). I found an old guide that seems to promote pasteurizing, then fermenting, but I can't figure it out. The guy also uses multiple different types of bases - potassium carbonate (which I can't locate cheaply), as well as sodium carbonate (easy-just heated baking soda), but also pickling lime (which I bought for dirt cheap on ebay).

Basically I'm just trying to get decent DIY dip (or snus) with the bare littlest of effort required. However I can't deduce what is ACTUALLY the minimum, yet necessary steps, to start with plain (albeit cured at least) tobacco leaf and end up with a few cans of moist, preferably somewhat potent, snuff. Anyone help me out? I'm about to just wash, cut, and dump a bunch of pickling lime to let it ferment for a week and throw one in at this point. I've waited too long and am tired of commercial brands, especially with Cope raising their prices on everything but LC WG/mint recently.
Nicholas Tillingwell - Sun, 26 Feb 2017 16:29:00 EST G41XQUl0 No.173347 Reply
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Since this topic hasn't gotten any replies, I'll just take an attempt at asking someone to explain very basically what it takes to make nicotine bioavailable from raw tobacco leaves in the first place.

For example in theory I could just roll up the dried cured leaves and smoke them just like that. Right? I guess that works because the nicotine is freebased when burned (maybe)? Which makes it easily absorbable through the lungs.

What about diffusion through the buccal mucous membranes though? What is the simple chemical basis for making tobacco leaf easy to be absorbed through the gums? Is it just raising the pH of the leaf? If that's the case then I suppose just mixing it with an aqueous solution of some alkaline material (baking soda, potassium hydroxide etc) would be an improvement upon literally sticking a wad of leaves in my mouth.

But I guess fermentation plays a role too, perhaps in accomplishing the same end goal of raising the leaves' pH? Can someone correct me or explain what it is that needs to be done to make baccy make me high

cigarette prices

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- Mon, 30 Jan 2017 14:55:26 EST kjjzMVrJ No.173253
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I am wondering how can anyone afford to smoke in us because compared with where i am from (3.20e) your tobacco prices are super high.
Additional question how many people roll their cigarettes in us ?
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Caroline Sucklebatch - Sat, 04 Feb 2017 14:41:24 EST v16mCRR0 No.173260 Reply
it is hella expensive in europe, except very eastern countries.
People just hand roll. 10 years ago only people who smoked weed rolled their own cigs and they thought you were rolling weed when you rolled a cig on the bus, in 2017 everyone rolls or tubes their own. That's how we manage. A pack costs about $7 in my country but minimum wage is around $350.
Phoebe Bobberwit - Sun, 05 Feb 2017 00:19:18 EST v16mCRR0 No.173261 Reply
General rule of thumb for Europe btw since tobacco prices gone up: if booze and cigarettes are cheap you're either about to get attacked by Russia or life is just generally not worth living in your country.
Doris Nittinglut - Thu, 09 Feb 2017 14:56:45 EST Xc7Vz7G1 No.173269 Reply
Boston is up to $10 or close to it. Same with NYC.
Weird thing is, people here still smoke more than out west. Even though the price keeps getting jacked. Oh, and some cities are raising the age limit to 21.

Are cigarettes only genuinely relaxing when you aren't addicted to them?

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- Sun, 01 Jan 2017 20:13:17 EST TdcemZhh No.173170
File: 1483319597728.jpg -(123710B / 120.81KB, 1160x629) Thumbnail displayed, click image for full size. Are cigarettes only genuinely relaxing when you aren't addicted to them?
I have PTSD which causes hypertension and other shit.
I smoked a cig on new years day and it instantly took away all my symptoms and I felt really good. Mentally and physically. I felt as if my muscles instantly relaxed.

So yeah I was just wondering if casually smoking would be worth it or not.
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Betsy Banderdod - Tue, 24 Jan 2017 18:27:03 EST 4Te7G84p No.173242 Reply
Yes. I usually smoke about 2 or so cigarettes a day and have done so for about 6 months. I can go any length of time without smoking without feeling any discomfort or cravings or anything; I definitely don't think I am addicted to cigarettes. I find smoking very enjoyable and calming. It has felt that way since my first cigarette. When I'm stressed about studying or whatever, a cigarette is very helpful for relaxing.

Just don't go too mad with the amount that you smoke and you'll be grand.
Shit Durringspear - Tue, 31 Jan 2017 19:31:02 EST QFO1X8AP No.173256 Reply
they aren't relaxing at all...people think they're "relaxed" because they're feeding their addiction and getting their fix. there are no relaxing properties in a stimulant that raises your blood pressure and heart rate.

Nicotine and temporary changes in vision and hearing

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- Sat, 21 Jan 2017 17:01:49 EST TyBJP2Da No.173230
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I always noticed when I smoked, vaped or took a gum, that nicotine seems to make my vision sharper for a while.. a bit like eye glasses do. Recently I've noticed that it seems to slightly alter my hearing too. The effect seems very positive but only a slight effect, nothing major. How come this is never mentioned anywhere, and when I try to Google about tobacco and vision it's always that tobacco makes you blind and worse and so on..
Anyone else noticed this?I wonder is is because of stimulation, change in blood pressure or what exactly goes on.
Mind you that I'm not a regular to smoking or nicotine in general.
Walter Sattingridge - Tue, 24 Jan 2017 18:08:29 EST 41KcP0yY No.173241 Reply

I've been basically a chain smoker/dipper/nicotine-user for 7 years, only really being without nicotine when I sleep. Just went cold turkey on Sunday, and I swear that the nicotine withdrawals are acutely changing the way I hear music. It's actually better, similar to being high.
David Suzzleman - Fri, 27 Jan 2017 12:00:57 EST cvcupWm8 No.173250 Reply

I get very noticeable changes in my vision from nicotine as well, not sharpness, but increased brightness, very slight halos around objects or "sparkles" in my vision, hard to describe. This is only if I haven't smoked/vaped in a while or smoked weed beforehand, though. Otherwise there will only be a little brightness.

Butane lighters

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- Fri, 02 Oct 2015 14:47:13 EST NxdWELRB No.170417
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What is the best butane lighter?
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Phyllis Garrygold - Mon, 14 Dec 2015 02:08:58 EST knHY3exZ No.170779 Reply
Thanks for the explosion. Oilfield?

To add to the topic, while I do agree with all the above picks, my favorite disposables are calico brand. They have rounded corners so they don't catch or jab. Very versatile, adjustable flame. Their tops have a matte black finish so if you smoke herb and use it as a tamper the cops won't notice (they look for residue to further their investigation). My fave refillables are Nulites purely for cool factor. Very distinct and easier to reclaim if someone pockets it.
Caroline Fanman - Wed, 16 Dec 2015 01:56:04 EST 5nBtXccr No.170788 Reply
Failed rocket launch. It's my desktop wallpaper right now.
Hannah Senningdock - Thu, 26 Jan 2017 04:01:53 EST MEWhvT08 No.173249 Reply
I'm a military buff so I have a lot of refillable lighters. Zippos, Zippo knockoffs, Imco, a WW1 replica and so on. The pipe lighter version of a zippo will light up all tobacco products plus alternate =). Take the inner tube from a bike, cut it to size, and you will substantially improve the fuel longevity and water resistance of your zippo. Knockoffs vary widely in quality but tend to have a foam strip that degrades over time from the fuel. Will let anons know if a tire would be a better mod for zippos and their knockoffs.

I prefer King lighters for disposables. You can actually salvage the flint from 'em but yea most of the time it's not worth the bother.

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