Some Of The Scariest Ingredients In Cigarettes (You Will Quit For Good After This!)

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OK, so everyone in the world knows that smoking is not a good thing and causes all kinds of health problems, including cancer. However, for anyone who has ever gotten hooked when you were a kid, the ability to break this habit is not something easily acquired.

Most people, whether you smoke or not, have no idea what is actually inside a cigarette other than the obvious tobacco. Many people assume that the nicotine in tobacco is what makes them so dangerous, but that’s not entirely true. Believe it or not, if you broke down the chemical components of a cigarette, you would find there are about 4,000 different chemicals. 4,000! As if that was not mind boggling enough, 50 of these are known and proven carcinogens.

The crazy thing is that, once upon a time, cigarette companies even had doctors advertising their cigarettes as being a safe and healthy habit! It took many, many years of studies and lawsuits to prove that cigarettes were doing a great deal of damage. Since cigarettes were introduced into the American marketplace, they have been a driving force for numerous diseases and perhaps one of the largest contributors towards the deaths of millions of people around the world.

As we said earlier, we completely understand that quitting is no easy task. If you plan to take steps towards quitting, but need a little more time or you plan on simply smoking less and less over a period of time, you would be better off rolling your own rather than subjecting yourself to the chemicals found in commercially made cigarettes.

However, if you are still not convinced that cigarettes are all that bad for you, think again. Take a look at just some of the ingredients that are found in your cancer sticks and why so many people pressure you to quit.

Perhaps after you read this list, you will find a way to quit. Thousands of people quit for good every single year. Why not make this your year?


1. Benzene

This is a well-known carcinogen and has been linked to other diseases, such as leukemia. Benzene is a solvent used in fuel for cars and is also one of the main ingredients in rubber cement.

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