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  • Answer: Tobacco is an agricultural product processed from the leaves of plants in the genus Nicotinia. It can be consumed, used as an organic pesticide and, in the form of nicotine it is used in some medicines too. In consumption it most frequently appears in the forms of cigarettes, smokeless products like chewing, snuffing, or snus. So, I conclude that people could not exist without tobacco. With tobacco especially with cigarettes, cigars and other smoking products people can relax with their friends after a very hard working day.
  • Answer: Tobacco is over 1,000 years old.
  • Answer: Nicotiana tabacum
  • Answer: Tobacco was first used by the American Indians in about 100BC- 10AD to the gods. Only special people got to smoke and sometimes they would put tobacco in a fire.
  • Answer: See the Related Link below for pictures of tobacco.
  • Answer: Smoke it, grind to a powder and sniff it, chew it.
  • Answer: I think it depends where you live, 18 here.
  • Answer: into your lungs, depending if you inhale deeply or just let it sit in your mouth.
  • Answer: I believe that chewing tobacco and smoking tobacco is used for as some people express that it calms then down or relieves stress. It can also cause addiction though, which is bad.
  • Answer: Tobacco use has been linked to pre-colonial cultures in the Americas, and likely far predates European presence there.
  • Answer: Cigarettes contain about 4,000 different chemicals, many of which are harmful to the body. The 3 most well known ones are:


    Nicotine is the addictive substance in tobacco smoke. It reaches the brain within 20 seconds and creates a dependency so that smokers become addicted.

    Carbon monoxide

    Carbon monoxide combines with the haemoglobin in red blood cells and so reduces the ability of the blood to carry oxygen. This puts extra strain on the circulatory system, and can cause an increased risk of heart disease and strokes.


    Carcinogens are substances that cause cancer. Tobacco smoke contains many carcinogens, including tar. Smoking increases the risk of lung cancer, mouth cancer and throat cancer.
  • Answer: 90oo  tones  of tobaco
  • Answer: Tobacco is used to make cigarettes
  • Answer: In most parts of the United States you must be 19 to legally use tobacco.
  • Answer: smoking? :/

What is the main carcinogen in tobacco?

  • Nitrosamines

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