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    Eating Oliver Twist tobacco bits.

    Okay so i have been getting on really well on a low dose of nic... i think one that equates to that of smoking cigs. Just to try it out like you know see if i get on better with it.

    And it's going well but... i use 1 oliver twist pellet now that my tolerance to nic is lower and i am off the sterks/starks. But really with the Oliver Twist pellet you kinda chew on it a little and you can unravel it in your mouth. When doing this you crush the tobacco plant fibre releasing the juice that i then swallow. <--- this right here: swallow.

    Is this safe? Must be similar in swallowing juice from a snus. Though the tobacco is not pasteurised it is vacuum sealed in a small bag. The tobacco is air cured. So fairly similar. Except that 1 pellet is maybe a third or a quarter the size of a standard snus portion so drinking less juice i would think. But i can then chew this right down so it is just tasteless vegetable plant matter... i then spit out this plant matter, but **** hang on a minute...

    After resting the pellet in my mouth for a while and then gently chewing it and subsequently i almost eat the damn thing. What do you think about this, is it safe?

    Sorry for the ramble.
    Last edited by Ansel; 19-11-13, 11:25 PM.

    #2
    so is swallowing the juices and the whole pellet in the course of 30 minutes bad for your stomach?

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      #3
      I don't use them much, but I always swallowed the juice, and occasionally the tobacco itself. I'm still alive. I think... :^D

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        #4
        I'm pretty sure thats what caused precious007 to become a such a neurotic dingbat.



        A reckless snus los user would probably consume that much leaf.
        nah I wouldn't worry too much about it doing any harm.
        Grant me the serenity to accept the things I cannot change, the courage to change the things I can, and the wisdom to hide the bodies of the people I killed because they were annoying......





        I've been wrong lots of times.  Lots of times I've thought I was wrong only to find out that I was right in the beginning.


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          #5
          When i have used them I swallowed the juice, also I am sure Vulpes found out they were pasturised or something like that, they are about as harmful as using snus, hence the silly health warning on them with no mention of cancer.

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            #6
            They have the same if not less TSNAs as snus.

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              #7
              I find myself nearly eating them, as the pellet gets softer and softer I gently chew on it until I find it becomes just a mush really. I cant see it being too bad, I suppose if you've got a bit of a weak stomach it might not go down too well? But im still alive and so are many others, so keep on enjoying them! I think they've divine, a bit steep in price though

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                #8
                cool thanks guys, i will carry on then.

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                  #9
                  sorry guys i have to fess up... i wanted to get a low tolerence for nic so i could fit in the odd Camel cigarette. I don't condone dual-use but... i've got time and a bit of stress on my hands at the moment.

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                    #10
                    I'm managing to pay 30p a cigarette,

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                      #11
                      Originally posted by Ansel View Post
                      I'm managing to pay 30p a cigarette,
                      That's about $10 a pack? Ouch. Thought of rolling your own? You can customize the size, it tastes better, and can be cheaper, though not like it used to be.

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                        #12
                        yeah at this minute i am using RYO but i have some sticks on order.

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                          #13
                          for RYO i pay £4 for 25g.

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                            #14
                            I'm not convinced on the safety of ecigs.

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                              #15
                              Originally posted by Ansel View Post
                              I'm not convinced on the safety of ecigs.
                              I'm not either, but I'm pretty certain they're better than traditional cigs. I smoke the occasional cigarette; maybe one or two per week, and I enjoy them. I don't think the harm's that great in that quantity, but you have to die of something. I won't be living forever regardless, so I might as well do what I like.

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