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Regular or Menthol cigarettes?

What is the difference between a regular cigarette and a menthol cigarette?
Actually first, what the hell does menthol mean?
Which i "better" for you

yes, im very aware that neither are good for you so dont waste ur time telling me that..please.

Posted by lara
David Fripp

Menthol cigarettes are cigarettes with a minty taste; they tend to be harsher too. Personally, I prefer regular cigarettes such as Camel Turkish Silvers and Marlboro Reds. I used to despise menthols but they've kind of grown on me and I actually love Marlboro Blend #54 (a menthol cigarette).

Are there nicotine free Electronic Cigarettes?

I enjoy Playing with smoke and socially smoking but dont want to risk getting addicted. Are there Electronic cigarettes that just give you vapor?

Thanks!

Posted by 98 59 91
David Fripp

Smoking cigarette was not good for health, Even the electron cigarette will contain the tobacco, nicotine contain but good thing was when you order an electronic cigarette you get to choose your own nicotine level. Electronic cigarette will produce the chemicals such as diethylene glycol, nitrosamines (power tobacco) which are harmful to the health.

What does FSC stand for on cigarettes?

I think there on all cigarettes.

Posted by Bigfoot
David Fripp

Not all cigarettes are FSC (Fire Safe Cigarettes as the previous poster stated). The flame retardant chemical additives are actually incorporated into the paper wrapped around the tobacco. There is a great illustration and explanation here:

From the Coalition for Fire-Safe Cigarettes:

More and more states are passing fire-safe cigarette legislation (22 to date). The Coalition for Fire-Safe Cigarettes, organized by National Fire Protection Association (NFPA), is calling for manufacturers to produce and market only cigarettes that adhere to an established fire safety performance standard, and is working to see that this standard is required in every state in the country.

A fire-safe cigarette has a reduced propensity to burn when left unattended. The most common fire-safe technology used by cigarette manufacturers is to wrap cigarettes with two or three thin bands of less-porous paper that act as “speed bumps” to slow down a burning cigarette. If a fire-safe cigarette is left unattended, the burning tobacco will reach one of these speed bumps and self-extinguish. There is no evidence that reduced ignition propensity cigarettes are any more harmful to health.

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