What’s in Cigarettes?
Hidden Ingredients

Click on the pictures below to learn about the hidden ingredients in cigarettes!

 

The cadmium in batteries is extremely poisonous when found in cigarettes and results in kidney damage. Tar is an ingredient found in roads and tires as well as cigarettes. A two pack a day smoker inhales one gram of tar a day. That is a quart of thick, gooey tar inhaled a year. The toluene in glue and cigarettes is a toxic substance that produces euphoria and irritation of the air ways and lungs.
Mothballs contain naphthalenes, also found in cigarettes. This proven poison causes reproductive and brain breakdown. The arsenic used to kill rats is also found in cigarettes.  It causes irritated lungs, abnormal heart beat, and a score of other symptoms. Acetone is an ingredient found in nail polish remover as well as cigarettes.  It is a harsh chemical which irritates your lungs and can lead to cancer.
The toxic phenol found in plastics and cigarettes can cause kidney and liver damage and reduced blood pressure, resulting in severe sickness and possibly death. The toxic phenol found in plastics and cigarettes can cause kidney and liver damage and reduced blood pressure, resulting in severe sickness and possibly death. The ammonia in bleach speeds the delivery of nicotine to smokers and changes the reading of tar in cigarettes, making it seem lower.

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