According to Natural News, cigarette smoke is a complex mixture of chemicals. Cells in the human body are exposed to this toxic heavy metal combination and incur oxidative damage on the DNA level. The metal particles are carried in the cigarette smoke and inflict significant direct DNA damage, whether using “filtered” cigarettes or not. The result is a genotoxic response of different lung cell types to concentrations of complex combinations of heavy metals mixed with ammonia, herbicide and pesticide.
The tip of a cigarette burns at 1,700 degrees Fahrenheit during the inhalation, so what happens when one is mixing chemicals with heavy metals at 1,700 degrees? How much cadmium and lead is one smoking, literally? What is this doing to his/her body, and what are the genotoxic and carcinogenic properties of the cigarette smoke that one is inhaling? Finally, does one know what the inorganic human carcinogenic compounds are, and are they making one less human?
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The first thing one does when they wake up with a hangover is reach for some water and pain reliever. Millions of smokers worldwide have “found themselves” in a similar, vicious cycle where they pollute their body with 4,000 chemicals, and then wait about 30 to 45 minutes for the hangover to kick in, at which time they go outside and take a nicotine “aspirin,” which means lighting up some commercially rolled GMO tobacco chock full of ammonia, bleach, pesticide, insecticide, herbicide and carpet glue (“fire safe”), and inhale, hold, then exhale about a dozen times.
Since the cigarette manufacturing “chem-labs” began using ammonia, the nicotine hits the brain and heart within three seconds, and the smoker’s dopamine levels go up rapidly, providing feelings of elation, relaxation or pep, depending on the length of the drag (inhale). This immediate relief from the central nervous system hangover is almost a must for the pack-a-day smoker to function on a reasonable level. Otherwise, the effect that commercial cigarettes have on the body can devastate the average smoker, robbing him or her of natural will, positive emotions and overall health.
Anyone can buy a pH testing kit (colored paper strips) and test their own pH for about 10 to 12 dollars. A person’s pH can then be easily self-regulated within a few days, sometimes even hours, to be less acidic and more alkaline. A smoker must alkalize the body and stay alkalized to be able to quit with hopes of staying smoke-free for good. This means changing eating, drinking and, most of all, supplementing habits.
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