It is a smokeless tobacco
Smokeless tobacco is a form of nicotine that does not involve burning tobacco leaves. It comes in various forms, including snuff and chewing tobacco. Snuff is fine-grain tobacco that usually comes in pouches and may contain flavorings. Chewing tobacco is larger-grain tobacco leaves that are twisted or shredded and come in paper packets or small cans. Regardless of what you call it, smokeless tobacco is still very dangerous to your health. It can cause mouth cancer, gum disease and a variety of other problems. In addition, it raises blood pressure and cholesterol levels, and can increase the risk of heart attack. It also causes bad breath and stains the teeth. Additionally, it can lead to a condition called leukoplakia, which is white patches on the gums and inside of the cheeks. These patches can be pre-cancerous, so it is important to consult your doctor if you have them.
Smokeless tobacco products have been marketed as safe alternatives to cigarettes, and some people believe that they are less harmful than smoking because they do not cause lung cancer. However, this is false. The chemicals in snuff and chewing tobacco are still toxic, and the body develops a tolerance to them over time. In fact, holding an average-sized piece of chew or snuff in your mouth for 30 minutes delivers as much nicotine as four cigarettes.
It is available in two main forms
Snus, or smokeless tobacco, is a low-risk alternative to smoking and has been shown to increase the chances of quitting. It also reduces the risk of oral and pharyngeal cancer, lung disease, cardiovascular diseases, and other tobacco-related illnesses. Its use is not associated with any significant reduction in life expectancy, although the benefits of snus may be diminished if it is used in combination with cigarettes. A study of Norwegian data examining seven cross-sectional datasets found that the quit ratio was significantly higher for smokers who reported having used snus than those who had never used it. This finding is consistent with Swedish data, suggesting that snus can play a role in smoking cessation.
A study conducted in Sweden  showed that snus has the potential to replace cigarettes and is a major factor behind the country’s low rates of tobacco-related health problems. The findings of this study were in agreement with those reached by the UK Royal College of Physicians . However, another study found that dual snus/cigarette use increased the likelihood of a heart attack or other cardiovascular event.
A recent report from the Scientific Committee on Emerging and Newly Identified Health Risks (SCENIHR) compared the risks of snus with those of cigarettes. It found that snus poses less risk for lung cancer and chronic obstructive pulmonary disease, and that it can lower the risk of coronary heart disease by around 50%. It also reduces the level of harmful substances, including tobacco-specific nitrosamines and lead, in the body.
It is easy to use
Siberia snus is a Swedish smokeless tobacco with a strong spearmint flavour. It contains a high nicotine level and it is available in different strengths. It is not recommended for people who are sensitive to nicotine. New users should experiment (titrate) to find the best rate of nicotine release for them.
Snus is a moist powdered tobacco that can be used in a variety of ways. It is often flavored with food-grade smoke aroma flavourings like citrus, bergamot, juniper or herb. Most snus is made in Sweden and it is regulated as a food product. It is low in risk and it is known to have fewer health effects than smoking.
It is also considered a harm reduction product and it has been shown to be effective in helping smokers quit. This is particularly true in Scandinavia, where snus is very popular and has contributed to a decline in smoking. It is also safe to use and poses no health risks to others, unlike cigarette smoke.
Smoking is rapidly disappearing in Sweden and Norway, which have the lowest levels of smoking in Europe. It is believed that this is due to the widespread availability of snus. In Sweden and Norway, snus is the most common nicotine replacement therapy for smokers who wish to quit. In fact, the success rates are much higher with snus than with pharmaceutical Nicotine Replacement Therapy products.