Smokeless tobacco and Cancer - National Cancer Institute
http://www.cancer.gov/cancertopics/fact ... /smokeless
Smokeless Tobacco: A guide for Quitting
http://www.nidcr.nih.gov/OralHealth/Top ... itting.htm
villkorkarma wrote:the important thing here is why should we stop?
MN 135: Cula-kammavibhanga Sutta wrote:What, having been done by me, will be for my long-term harm & suffering? Or what, having been done by me, will be for my long-term welfare & happiness?
Tobacco is as addictive as heroin (as a mood & behavior altering agent).
1000 X more potent than alcohol
10-100 X more potent than barbiturates
5-10 X more potent than cocaine or morphine
purple planet wrote:cooran those are excellent links
( i dont have to "experience " or have any "self realization" to know something is bad - its enough that someone says to you its bad or if you read it somewhere - i dont need to be attacked by a lion to know it is bad it is logical to me when someone says that lion attacks are not good for my health )
How have to have learned to lissen and do what people told you to do and not do what them tell you is bad?
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