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Harmful Substances That Are Found In Tobacco Products.

Cigarettes, stogies, and line tobacco are produced using dried tobacco leaves. Different substances are added for flavor and to make smoking more lovely. The smoke from these items is a complicated combination of synthetics created by consuming tobacco and its added substances. 

Tobacco smoke is comprised of thousands of synthetic compounds, including somewhere around 70 known to cause malignant growth. These malignancy causing synthetics are alluded to as cancer-causing agents. A portion of the synthetic substances found in tobacco smoke include: 


Nicotine (the habit-forming drug that delivers the results in the mind that individuals are searching for) 


Hydrogen cyanide 


Formaldehyde 


Lead 


Arsenic 


Alkali 


Radioactive components, for example, polonium-210 (see underneath) 


Benzene 


Carbon monoxide 


Tobacco-explicit nitrosamines (TSNAs) 


Polycyclic sweet-smelling hydrocarbons (PAHs) 

A significant number of these substances cause malignant growth or cancer. Some can cause coronary illness, lung sickness, or other genuine medical issues, as well. A large portion of the substances come from the consuming tobacco leaves themselves, not from added substances remembered for cigarettes (or other tobacco items).

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