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Am I over sensitive to nicotine?

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- Tue, 15 Aug 2017 20:07:06 EST TyBJP2Da No.173611
File: 1502842026422.jpg -(320403B / 312.89KB, 1900x1200) Thumbnail displayed, click image for full size. Am I over sensitive to nicotine?
I've been smoking randomly for over a year (few times a week) but even more so I use nicotine gum almost daily, once or twice. Anyway, I still don't feel addicted and the gum I use is 2mg. I have to take it out after a while because of getting a strong nicotine high with stimulation and if I keep going I get nauseous. I keep using the same gum over and over again, sometimes even the next day. Obiviously I'm using only a fraction of the 2mg to obtain a high. Same thing is with snuff if I happen to have any. The snuff is rated for 4mg and I keep using it over and over again. How common is this? All my friends use them in one go and they seem much less likely to get nauseus. I still love the stimulation and short lived high feeling though, and keep "edging" between that and almost-nauseous state many times, then the next day again with the same dried up snuff or gum no problem.
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Jenny Bardford - Tue, 12 Sep 2017 18:08:20 EST UWo2QUMz No.173647 Reply
Probably, we need some gum experts on this.

Study spliff

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- Sun, 25 Jun 2017 00:19:00 EST /0gIGNgi No.173552
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Greetings! I was wondering what would the ideal tobacco/weed ratio be if I want to use this combo for focusing while studying/working and making it more enjoyable at the same time (I work at home so it is ok). I was thinking maybe 90/10 tobacco/weed ratio (or maybe 95/05). Also which kind of flavored blend would go well with weed? Any advice?
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Gnarly McGoblin - Tue, 08 Aug 2017 12:20:56 EST mJLRTeoo No.173604 Reply
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There is no general answer to this question.
The perfect ratio is very individual and depends on the situation very much.
Are you hungover? Have you eaten today?
The first green nugget of the day always gets me high, no matter how small. nb

Why do u like tobacco

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- Thu, 24 Aug 2017 18:20:41 EST Q59IUcXq No.173622
File: 1503613241582.jpg -(191110B / 186.63KB, 627x840) Thumbnail displayed, click image for full size. Why do u like tobacco
What's the utility of tobacco for you?

I've dipped for >2 years and always just used it to chill out. Pack a moderately sized lip after dinner, once a day, and that was pretty much it. Not many positive or negative effects to speak of on my health or mental state.

But doing it for that long eventually has taken a bit of a toll, and I know I'm putting myself at a net disadvantage. I recently switched to snus, which I'm loving for the most part as it gets me the same buzz, but with no spit, better flavor and presumably less health effects. And that's just General, all I can find at the local gas stations, until I venture out to some of the specialty tobacco shops and find more (my state outlaws shipping of online baccy products).

I still can't figure out why I like nicotine at all though. Weed has a distinct effect on the way I think which I've become familiar with and appreciate. Amphetamine makes me into a workhorse (although became a bit of a problem so I'm laying off that once again). Coffee is like amphetamine-lite, and I have a morning cup only ~a couple times a week. Alcohol is the premiere drug for socializing. But nicotine remains a black box to me, so to speak. I know the native and south americans regarded it highly and used it to cleanse the body (sometimes violently, puking and shitting) before ritual drug ceremonies. So what's the modern use case for baccy?
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Samuel Honeybanks - Wed, 30 Aug 2017 01:15:27 EST XCK8JqHJ No.173625 Reply
>>173622
I mostly use it to suppress my hunger, I'm kind of neurotic about my weight so I'd rather smoke a ciggy and fuck up my lungs then eat a hamburger. Other than that it's mostly something to do when I feel like getting slightly altered but not enough for weed or alkyhol.
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CrazyFolksTribe !owU3wSU682 - Thu, 31 Aug 2017 23:24:29 EST kxQ2yKCZ No.173630 Reply
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After a day of physical labor, a fat lip of tobacco is very relaxing. At least, it used to be. Nowadays I rarely get that toe-tingling, muscle-relaxing nicotine buzz from dip unless I pack an absurd amount all around my gums.

Aside from that, tobacco satisfies my drug cravings when I don't have the fun stuff or can't afford to be unsober. It's not euphoric, but it gives me the feeling that I'm still doing drugs without making me sloppy or crazy.

There's probably some psychological shit about an oral fixation behind my tobacco use. But I don't mind going without tobacco when I have stims or some other type of recreational drug that can be used daily, so I think it has more to do with my constant urge to be on drugs.

Dip thread / BWD

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!!1C9jE+w+ - Tue, 03 Mar 2015 01:29:03 EST vVt7LlfN No.167630
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Riding high on some Ethylphenidate with a fat lip of pic related. Playing guitar. Feels good man.

Who else likes dip? What kind? Experience dipping while on other drugs?
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Molly Wagglebere - Mon, 17 Jul 2017 03:39:38 EST Xt1Opzyu No.173585 Reply
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>>173562

I have some of this stuff too it's great. I keep it in my freezer so it's nice and cold when I put it in.

A few other brands I like are Ettan, General Mint, and Lab 22 Xylitol.

The Lab 22 in particular is hilarious because Xylitol fights plaque and prevents cavities from forming.

If you get snus that it is dry you don't even have to spit. For anyone that wants to reduce smoking and doesn't like American smokeless tobacco this stuff is great. It tastes much better. Snus is pasteurized instead of fermented like American dipping tobacco which supposedly not as bad for you.
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Hugh Tootwell - Thu, 17 Aug 2017 19:14:59 EST rTAdvhNq No.173614 Reply
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Finnfag here, been snusing daily, but never tried dip before this week.
Asked a friend to bring me
>pic related
from his trip back home, and I have to say I envy you yankees.
Riding high and smooth on a fat lip and some great IV amphetamine, fuckkkkkking BWD jolly african-americans, gonna open up a Colt 45 and listen to Rockets' Red Glare until my heart gives out
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George Hacklenock - Thu, 31 Aug 2017 23:23:24 EST hIMHHS/Y No.173629 Reply
>>167630
I'm legit mad. I typically straight long cut grizzly. Love it. Felt colorful today, tried the town favorite wintergreen. I got the premium dark wintergreen. It sucks and I hate it. I'm gonna finish this can slowly and try normal wintergreen, but if I don't like either I'm going back to my reg. Like I don't even see the point if flavored dips. I love the taste of the tobacco itself.

Can Holders Coming With Grizzly Chew

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- Mon, 14 Aug 2017 14:07:43 EST sYKEn4ZJ No.173610
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Anything special about them. Can costed the same as a normal one, so I just picked it up (might as well). Anything special about it? It's metal and weighted.
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Emma Podgebutch - Sat, 19 Aug 2017 17:42:38 EST DK64/bkk No.173617 Reply
>>173615
Yeah I looked it up. They literally only made them to look "cool". It's shitty and bends the lid so you can't put it back on. Wasteful imo.

Expensive Cigars

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- Thu, 03 Aug 2017 21:47:58 EST QTZbUaOx No.173595
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I think this must be some kind of mistake.

>I think this cigars limited availability makes it a very desired smoke among aficionados. Exploding with savoury flavours of spiced wood and exotic accents through the second and third tier, the main H.Uppman blend is present with medium to strong tobbacco flavors remaining dominant. Classic 'Old School' Havana taste, get it right here!

> £662,598.00

Please add any expensive (or good) cigars
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Angus Pigglelin - Thu, 03 Aug 2017 21:49:34 EST QTZbUaOx No.173596 Reply
oh the link https://www.simplycigars.co.uk/hupmann-magnum-tubed-p-1737.html

Baked on cheap fegs

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- Tue, 20 Jun 2017 18:06:13 EST u4k1xuwk No.173548
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I've googled this shit at least once a month, can anyone explain to me why I get baked for at least an hour when I smoke cheapo ripped up cigs from my bong? I don't understand how nicotine alone could give me such intense physical and mental effects, what da fuck is in these things?
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John Crickleson - Wed, 02 Aug 2017 17:59:42 EST 3wHx9Vap No.173593 Reply
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>>173551

Simple. More nicotine and smoke (oxygen deprivation) at once. You can feel the same if you dip big chunk of tobacco and you are not used to to that much nicotine.
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Gnarly McGoblin - Tue, 08 Aug 2017 12:37:00 EST mJLRTeoo No.173605 Reply
There are monoamine oxidase inhibitors in your tobacco smoke and free base nicotine is a thing.
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Gnarly McGoblin - Tue, 08 Aug 2017 12:44:32 EST mJLRTeoo No.173606 Reply
The first time I smoked bong, I smoked half a cigarette in one drag. My eyes rolled back and I fainted. Good old times. nb. double post.

First time smoking a stick

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- Thu, 29 Sep 2016 01:04:11 EST DsbQz39D No.172954
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What was your first time smoking a cigarette like?

My first stick was a Newport when I was 15. I stole it out of my dads pack. My brother and friend all had their own. After 3 hits I had to lay down on the ground for a little bit lol crazy headrush

pic unrelated
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Charles Crasslemuck - Wed, 19 Jul 2017 21:22:38 EST dOXIymFf No.173586 Reply
I was at an Infected Mushroom concert. I was on some 2c-b, and needed to go to the bathroom.

Bathroom was outside, where all the smokers were. I was intrigued, so I bummed a couple off a dude and tried it out. Was pretty nice.
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Gnarly McGoblin - Sat, 29 Jul 2017 15:53:12 EST JfAyswkl No.173591 Reply
I don't remember my first cigarette.
I had a hookah back then; was watching a racing game review on TV while listening to Lips Inc - Funky Town. I remember it like yesterday. I was 16 ten years ago.

Pipe tobacco and perique thread

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- Mon, 02 May 2016 14:10:20 EST lwxRKuJi No.171591
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Can really recommend this Perique, Latakia pipe tobacco blend. Was only 18$ here, delicious smokey-peppery-figs taste, very powerful blend and packs an awesome buzz. Great for the night time before sleep.
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Hamilton Wollytane - Wed, 12 Jul 2017 17:42:29 EST joPi0ASg No.173580 Reply
>>173577
This. I really do not like aromatics at all. When I smoke, I like to taste the tobacco. However, what's in them is fine. Cheapish but fine. Blenders tend not to use the best stuff for aromatics for these bulk, over the counter aromatics, but there's nothing wrong with them.
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Rebecca Wablingwill - Mon, 17 Jul 2017 03:20:59 EST 2Jux8C6B No.173583 Reply
>>173580
Exactly! I don't mind flavored tobacco, it's just that most of the time it's not the highest quality leaf going into the blend. Frog Morton's Cellar is a nice whiskey flavored english blend. Bourbon Blue is one that uses virginia and dark fired kentucky only, and it's pretty good as well. Only actual fruity flavored one I liked was a sample baggie of Drew Estates' Grand Central.
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Rebecca Wablingwill - Mon, 17 Jul 2017 03:21:59 EST 2Jux8C6B No.173584 Reply
>>173583
Grand Central Being an oriental heavy blend flavored with like coconut/pineapple or something.


Lucky Cig Dilemma

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- Mon, 22 May 2017 23:40:41 EST A0UQa3Wl No.173507
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If you were to happen to lose a cigarette before smoking your "lucky", would that be considered bad luck since technically there still exists another cigarette from the pack you haven't smoked? I found one of mine broken in half and tossed it.
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Hugh Shittingway - Fri, 26 May 2017 12:19:24 EST mu1gDWa5 No.173511 Reply
Luck is an illusion.

But if you want to go by your logic of it... if you lost it, it wasn't very lucky, was it? Perhaps even unlucky. You might of dodged a bullet. You could of gone out to smoke it and got mugged. Or stabbed. So treat that new lucky cig with the respect it deserves.
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Charles Hublingstone - Thu, 13 Jul 2017 17:54:58 EST tr4sNKBO No.173581 Reply
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>>173511

luck is when preparation meets opportunity
nb

Getting Stains Off Your Fingers

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- Fri, 30 Jun 2017 20:59:49 EST dw7/bz2U No.173563
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What's the best way to remove the stains on your fingers that you get from smoking? I've always had them slightly when smoking pre rolled cigs but now that I switched to rolling my own, they are way worse and terribly noticeable. There are a lot of home remedies out there and I'd like to try some but I want to know which ones have worked for you and what are the more effective ones.
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Thomas Shittingworth - Wed, 05 Jul 2017 18:54:33 EST 09uRhT2K No.173574 Reply
its permanent ya knucklehead

Canadian cigarettes

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- Sun, 21 May 2017 20:35:53 EST 7WyubmZ2 No.173506
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I live in Canada and Canadian cigarettes are expensive ($10-$12 per pack to America's $5 or less per pack). Not only that, the US of A seems to have a larger selection. I mainly smoke Export A Gold but I've been known to smoke Paul Mall XL from time to time. Can anyone recommend some good Canadian cigarettes? I like my cigs smooth but strong aka bold
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Jack Blengershaw - Fri, 16 Jun 2017 19:51:17 EST QOQPJPOQ No.173541 Reply
I used to smoke Next Gold, they're a nice balance between strong/smooth. Rothman Specials and Belmont Special are good medium body smokes too if I remember correctly but Belmont's are fucking luxury tier price-wise if you live in the western provinces, they used to be dirt cheap to buy in Ontario as far as Canadian smokes go but that could have changed, its been awhile.
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Samuel Bluffingwell - Mon, 03 Jul 2017 21:23:01 EST 7WyubmZ2 No.173571 Reply
OP here. Now smoking Number 7 reds. Great balance of bold and smooth

How bad will my Nicotine Withdrawl be? how long to lose tolerance?

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- Tue, 18 Apr 2017 18:07:34 EST ID6Z+fD8 No.173445
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so 3 weeks ago, out of boredom i decided to try a nicotine spray i happened to have, 3-4 sprays was heaven at start, the euphoria was amazing, it got me thinking all happy thoughts and dancing, just being in an amazing happy no worries zen state, helped me focus on things and get my motivation going ,anxiety also disappeared.
So i kept at it for about 10 days when the spray was no more, using about 8 to 15 mg nicotine per day, then i borrowed a friends vaporizer to see if it would be the same, Not quite the same buzz, but it still kinda felt good,used about 25mg nicotine/day.
Well i gave it back,deciding that vaporizing wasnt for me, since dosage wasnt quite exact ,and i didnt really like it much.
Now i got myself 105x2mg chewing gums.

but the euphoric buzz is gone, the positives have also diminished , i need to chew like 5 gum to feel anything....so i guess, it's time to stop.

I really want to experience the magic that i felt 3 weeks ago, with my virgin tolerance.

How long do you think i should stop to go back to base level (no smoker,occasional spliff). And should i taper off slowly? (i've got like 90 gums left,so i can reduce intake slowly, or would it not matter ?
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Lydia Hepperfoot - Tue, 13 Jun 2017 06:06:03 EST aAqt8D2Z No.173537 Reply
Guys, problem solved, i just begun smoking normal cigarettes.
I must be the first person to do it backwards, treading the path least walked upon
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William Fucklechane - Mon, 19 Jun 2017 01:41:10 EST m47PjyDa No.173546 Reply
>but the euphoric buzz is gone, the positives have also diminished

Welcome to tobacco. At least you're not fucking your body up.
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Shitting Pittworth - Mon, 19 Jun 2017 16:57:16 EST Xt1Opzyu No.173547 Reply
>>173479

What kind of Snus do you recommend? I have been smoking big time for years and picked up some of the Camel Snus stuff at the gas station. It's awesome, way better than cigarettes

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