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    Published on 08-31-2012 11:31 PM   
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    Welcome to the world’s largest online community that’s centered around snus, Swedish smokeless tobacco. We’re glad that you’ve chose to become a member and participate, learn and have a bit of fun with us! Here at SnusOn we have a wealth of information from a myriad ...
    Published on 03-20-2013 03:26 PM
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    We have recently added the Google Website Translate plugin to the site.

    To use all you need to do is scroll to the bottom left of the page where you will see a drop down menu called 'Select Language', click the drop ...
    Published on 03-14-2009 03:10 AM
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    I have been meaning to post something like this for a while. It seems that many if not most of the folks hear are x-smokers. I applaud you all in your efforts to become smoke free. However, I have come to snus by a different rout and so I want to share my experiences with all those x-dippers who may be looking at this site for suggestions and direction to get started.

    So quiet in the pound while I go over this and no pissing on the floor. The first thing that you will recognize when you switch to snus is the chemical difference between snus and dip. Call it the Swedish purity standard of snus. I dipped a lot (and now I snus a lot). O.K. I chain snus. When I dipped my lip stayed torn up all the time. I was constantly getting that, teeth hurt, gum receding, leathery creasing of the lip (AKA “Dip-Lip”). I have been snusing now for over a year and a half and ...
    Published on 04-01-2010 04:12 AM
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    Many people have asked this simple question, "what's the difference is between Swedish snus and American dip?" To Americans, they look similar, come in similar cans and both are used orally but that’s where the similarities end! To really understand the differences, we need to start with how they both are made.

    American Dip, or Smokeless, is made from tobaccos that are strictly from U.S. grown tobaccos from places like North Carolina, Virginia, Kentucky and West Virginia among others while Swedish snus uses a variety of different tobaccos from across the globe, including the U.S.! Although both go thru a similar, initial drying ...

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    makla ifrikia

    Why would it have albumin in it (the globular protein in egg whites)?

    Also, I have not been able to find an ingredients list for it, can

    Snusdog Yesterday, 06:58 PM Go to last post

    makla ifrikia

    Thx Trebli, yes I do know about Alika. It has nothing to do with Makla Ifrikia and there is albumin in it... I have been told that it is a kind of Makla

    dmorton Yesterday, 01:31 PM Go to last post

    makla ifrikia

    Dmorton, The name, Taxi brand comes to mind. But that might now be a nasal snuff product only.

    I did find a new product from our Swedish

    trebli Yesterday, 12:04 PM Go to last post

    makla ifrikia

    Swedish Match made a makla ? do you remember the name ?

    dmorton Yesterday, 09:17 AM Go to last post

    makla ifrikia

    Thanks for replying and for your warm welcome ! I do appreciate.
    So do I ! A few years ago, like in 2006-2007, one of the guests, Tbonehawk, seemed

    dmorton Yesterday, 09:16 AM Go to last post

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