What is worst for me to do, chewing tobacco or dip tobacco
Smokeless tobacco is less risky than smoking, though still dangerous. Effects range from gum disease to oral cancer. ChaCha on! [ Source: http://www.chacha.com/question/what-is-worst-for-me-to-do%2C-chewing-tobacco-or-dip-tobacco ]
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- What is worst for me to do, chewing tobacco or dip tobacco
- Smokeless tobacco is less risky than smoking, though still dangerous. Effects range from gum disease to oral cancer. ChaCha on!
- Is leaf chewing tobacco as bad as dip?
- Well Todd, leaf chew is going to be just as bad for you as dip. Unless the brand has a reduced nicotine which isn't really a choice when it comes to tobacco products.
- Is Camel Snuss better or worse for me than regular Dip/chewing to...?
- Err.You're sloshing an addictive substance and numerous chemicals all over your gums, teeth, and tongue, of course it's healthy for you, just keep consuming about 3 cans a day of Camel Snuss and you'll live forever ;D, I promise.
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- How much chewing tobacco or "dip" can you do before you really have to worry?
- Q: Ok. I know SO MANY OF YOU THINK THIS IS SO GROSS. But, I quit smoking and am using "dip" to help. (Wolf STRAIGHT LONG CUT) This is the straight, non flavored, or minty stuff. I think this stuff doesn't have any, or as much sugar and/or the stuff that cuts into your gums or whatever. Do I need to quit this when I get the canker sores or notice other things? I haven't really noticed anything for a while so what is so bad? I have a couple cavities, but that could be from sugary food, my lifetime with no dental. (too much info) thankyou
- A: There is no magic number. You are running a high risk of oral and phayngeal cancer. You may be lucky and not have the genes that put you at the highest risk, but you won't know that until it's too late. It is the nicotine and other chemicals that are the culprits. Getting sores in your mouth is not a good sign. I wouldn't take the risk. I have seen too many people ruined by tobacco from all sources. Tongue cancer and even heart disease are other risks you are taking. Is it really worth it? There are some great ways to quit out there, I think it would be worth it.
- Grizzly Tobacco Pouches are they safer and better for your mouth than long cut dip?
- Q: I have been dipping lately since I've been at college and I was wanting to know if the pouches would be safer than the long cut dip that I have been chewing. Doctors and other people say they are because the dip is in the pouch and you don't swallow any or get any stuck or left in your teeth when your done with it. I would like to her some answers and remarks from fellow dippers and people about what you have heard and what is the best pouch tobacco to buy. Please no lectures about how dipping is bad for you. Or telling me what is in it..I have heard that enough.
- A: Well going from long cut to pouches is going to suck because pouches suck. You dont get that good 'juice' flow going and you dont really even get a buzz. You can still swallow pouch spit and still throw up. Its certainly true that it doesnt leave sh-t in your teeth but its still bad for your gums. I really dont recommend any pouches because they are a waste of money. Go with Grizzly Wintergreen long cut. However, Camel makes this sh-t called snus, its pouches that you CAN swallow (doesnt taste great), but its just not that great. I quit dipping about 6 months ago due to my receding gums and cavities.
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