Friday, December 20, 2013

The cigarette “hangover” and the cure – right here at Natural News Blog


 
As Natural News recently asked, have you ever wondered why cigarettes don't go out in heavy wind and why they burn so evenly, all the way from one end to the other? Could it be that plastic particles are woven into the rolling paper to make your nicotine delivery device more efficient?

Since most tobacco is treated with herbicides and pesticides, including genetically modified tobacco that contains herbicide in its genetic makeup, cigarette addicts are addicted to poison, and it gives them a "cigarette hangover" from which they look to juiced-up nicotine for immediate relief - hence, the chain smokers of the world.

Fiberglass insulation is what insulates most attics and keeps them warm in the winter and cool in the summer. It's made by grouping millions of tiny glass fibers, which are tiny rods of glass nearly too small to see individually, like glass wool. There is a reason why cigarette filters (butts) take up to 15 years to disintegrate. They are made of glass wool, and that is why a smoker's fingers and/or thumb stay cool, even when they smoke the cigarette right down to the nub/filter. When these tiny "shards of glass" escape into the mouth, throat, esophagus and lungs, they rip apart the epithelial tissue, the soft tissue lining the inside of those parts of the body. This creates damage not only on the surface but on the cellular level. Then the chemicals creep into the wounds, and that leads to cancer. When viewing X-rays of people exposed to asbestos or fiberglass, and even smokers lungs, ground glass opacity (glass fibers sitting in lungs) looks as if someone breathed in glass fibers and a pile of them are just sitting at the bottom of the lungs, like ground glass in a busted light bulb. Can this be filtered out of the lungs, ever? Can a person detoxify themselves from ground glass "syndrome"?

More cancer-causing chemicals in tobacco smoke:

       Tar - a mixture of dangerous chemicals

       Arsenic - used in wood preservatives

       Acrolein - formerly used as a chemical weapon

       Benzene - an industrial solvent, refined from crude oil

       Cadmium - used in batteries

       Chromium - used to manufacture dye, paints and alloys

       Formaldehyde - used in mortuaries and paint manufacturing

       Nitrosamines - a group of DNA-damaging chemicals

       Polonium-210 - a highly radioactive element

       Polycyclic aromatic hydrocarbons - dangerous DNA-damaging chemicals

       1,3-Butadiene - used in rubber manufacturing

 

To see some fascinating and interesting clips regarding the horrifying truth about the cigarette and tobacco issue and more, one can easily log onto:



 

To see the free preview/trailer of 14&Out, how to stop smoking naturally in 14 days, click here:


 

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To protect your baby from cancerous foods, click here:


 

 

 

 

 

 

 

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