<b>Chewing tobacco (snus). Part 1</b> <p>Snus refers to smokeless chewing tobacco. Sales of chewing tobacco increase practically twofold each year in entire world. Snus has its own advantages and disadvantages.</p> <p>The main advantages of snus consumption are its harmlessness for lungs.</p> <p>Researchers affirm that people who have refused <a href="http://www.cigarettehouse.net"><b>cigarettes</b></a> in favor of chewing tobacco have noticed considerable improvement of health and health status.</p> <p>However smokeless tobacco consumption that is sucked placing it under the upper lip increases chance of cancer of pancreatic gland development twofold. Also snus consumption, as well as consumption of any tobacco is harmful for people that suffer from increased arterial tension. Tobacco consumption influences negatively work of cardiovascular system.</p> <p>People that suffer from diabetes are not recommended to consume snus as in its productions sugar is used. In snus composition, besides sugar, is included tobacco, water, salt, humidifiers and aromatizers. Salt is used as preservative. Chewing tobacco is manufactured of thick tobacco leafs with binding agents and aromatizers additions.</p> <p>During snus manufacturing tobacco mass is subject to pasteurization process for microbes and undesirable agents kill that are contained in tobacco plant.</p> <p>Snus is produced in two forms of consumption: losse - tobacco is poured in the pack and portion - tobacco is packed up in small packets, the last one is entirely ready for consumption and is recommended for beginners. The smaller the packet is - the smaller is nicotine content. Packet of chewing tobacco of 0.3 g weight corresponds according to strength to light cigarettes and contains approximately 0.4 mg of nicotine; with 0.5-0.9 g weight - 2 mg of nicotine; packet with 1 g weight corresponds to strong cigarette and contains 2-2.3 mg of nicotine. Snus enters the market in form of long bands, in jars or small sacks.</p> <p><center><img src="http://cigarettehouse.net/img_news/camel_snus.jpg" alt=""></center></p>