Saturday, December 05, 2009

Want To Cut Back On Smoking? Camel Snus...

... is the way to go, at least it is for me.
I generally do not make it a habit to endorse any kind of products, whether I use them or not, but, I am so impressed with this one that I just had to pass this along to you cigarette smokers who are trying to cut back or quit coompletely.
What is Camel Snus? Good question, but first a little info about my use.
I started using the product just at the beginning of last week on a recommendation from a co-worker who had been using the product for a few weeks. I must say that I was/am very impressed with the way in which the product has helped me to cut back on my cigarette smoking, which was at around 2 packs per day. I am still smoking, but only at the rate of around 1 pack per day or less. Camel Snus is saving me alot of cash which would be going into packs of cigarettes instead of into my pockets, and staying there.

Camel Snus is "a smokeless spitless tobacco product, consists of 0.6 grams of pasteurized powdered tobacco portioned into small cylindrical pouches. To use Snus, place the pouch between the cheek and the upper lip where the oral cavity absorbs the nicotine.

On April 28, 2006 RJ Reynolds released Camel Snus in Portland Oregon and Austin Texas; the smokeless tobacco product expanded further in eight states, and in May 2008 RJ Reynolds and Camel Snus dove into the major markets of Los Angeles; Chicago; New York; Atlanta; Washington, D.C. Camel Snus used print media to advertise until February 2008, when they decide that print media was not a viable marketing source. Camels Snus offers the spitless pouch in two flavors: Mellow and Frost. Even though Snus is not associated with lung cancer since it is not inhaled; studies show an increase in pancreatic cancer and heart disease from non-tobacco users, although these risks are 50% less for snus users than cigarette users. In December 2008, the Spice and Original flavors were replaced with a single Mellow flavor. The newest version of Camel snus contains 8mg of nicotine per pouch, according to an RJ Reynolds spokesman." ( )

I just love this product and I think that all of you who wish to at least cut back on your smoking will like it also, try it folks.
Now, I am using the "mild" flavor and I can tell you that you will catch a little taste of tobacco from the product, but not enough to make you sick or anything like that. If you do not like the taste of a little bit of tobacco, then try the "frost" flavor. The container says that one pouch will last for 30 minutes, but i've had my cravings be gone for 2 hours on average. That's not to bad for a heavy smoker like me. I can't complain because a container of Snus will last me for at least one week.
Go out and buy yourself one. You'll be doing yourself a big favor!