reply to post by Bundy
I really like your post, as a smoker i've delt with several of the same types of bull crap. The truth is 1 person smoking a cigarette doesn't poison
every tree within a 15foot march of them. However cars do, its hypocracy at its worst.
Do you want to know the truth? The real truth? Despite the fact that yes cigarettes are bad for you because of chemicals that are added (not natural
tabacco), there's 1 bit of information they withheld from the public along time ago. It involves parasites, ash from cigarettes, smoke inhaling, etc
kills them. They can't survive in your body if you are a smoker.
Think about all of the foods that got became a target for gmo's. Every one of these nightshade plants have parasite killing properties! Someone did a
brilliant post awhile back about the game Plants Vs Zombies, and I concluded research on my own and found everything that person said to be correct in
that reguards. I have successfully used most of those plants to cure infections like worms from my pet so, Ty for that post.
The most famous food members of the nightshade family include potatoes (Solanum tuberosum), tomatoes (Lycopersicon esculentum), many species of sweet
and hot peppers (all species of Capsicum, including Capsicum annum), and eggplant (Solanum melongena). Less well know, but equally genuine nightshade
foods include ground cherries (all species of Physalis), tomatillos (Physallis ixocapra), garden huckleberry (Solanum melanocerasum), tamarillos
(Cyphomandra betacea), pepinos (Solanum muricatum), and naranjillas (Solanum quitoense). Pimentos (also called pimientos) belong to the nightshade
family, and usually come from the pepper plant Capsicum annum. Pimento cheese and pimento-stuffed olives are therefore examples of foods that should
be classified as containing nightshade components. Although the sweet potato, whose scientific name is Ipomoea batatas, belongs to the same plant
order as the nightshades (Polemoniales), it does not belong to the Solanaceae family found in this order, but to a different plant family called
If you don't believe me on the fact that smoke kills parasites go look it up. This has been a known cure dating back thousands of years for bug
infections in the skin/body/hair. (Other countries use tabacco ash to remove eggsacks from the skin by applying the ash directly onto the the injected
spot, which eventually forces the bugs to die instead of living under the skin. Then they remove the bug eggs from the body with tweezers, and such
While yes, the chemicals they put into a cigarette is can be more harmful then it is good, there is 1 other thing I should mention about these
parasites. These parasites can attach to the brain of its host and essentially suck blood from the brain and cause damage. That is why you will next
to never see a smoker die from brain illnesses or illnesses brought on by smoking - cancer is a sudden/massive growth of cells often caused by a
bacteria in the body. (example WORMS; do your own research there are thousands of parasites that live in humans that die from using tabacco)
Tabacco comes from the Nightshade Family, same as Potato's and Tomatos! YES WE EAT THOSE!
It is also one of the main ingredients used to make cocain. Remove Tabacco and you can remove cocain, spread illnesses throu bugs that enter your skin
on touch including walking barefoot anywhere even in your own home.
Another thing is the constant targetted advertising of how smoking is bad for you, that RICH little old lady who made her video and supposibly died 2
years later from cancer (more then likely due to breathing in car fumes, breathing in hair sprays, perfumes, using heavy paragen products, in closed
places, or just takes that nice long vacation cruise she was looking for, either way its purely an act, I am not saying cancer is an act, but if you
never experienced i suggest you go watch some youtube videos on REAL cancer patients, if only to pay tribute) but it still gets pinned on cigarettes.
One of the main things that people tend to forget is that most of the poison from any cigarette is absorbed into the body immediately the only
dangerous part to anyone else is if they are standing around the 'source' of a lit cigarette aka the cherry is still red and your like 2inches from
it, that cherry tip thats on fire is burning any chemicals that are mixed in with the tabacco, so chances are it becomes nothing but air by the time
it reaches your lungs. Given the size and the fact they are designed for 'slow burning' its not combustable.
It is also more likely to stick to your clothes should there be particles, and hair if your standing on top of one in use because its a 'clingy'
substance even in smoke form. Thus you can tell someone was at a place with smoke 3-4hours after they leave it even if they didn't smoke it. Breathing
that in is completey safe! Might not like the smell, but your not getting second hand *SMOKE* cause their clothes are not on fire!
So thus 2nd hand smoking is nonsense, while 'yes' you can smell like a cig even if you didn't smoke it (thus was used to clean entire rooms - bugs
don't like the smell, this goes with sage too), walking along your street with cars blowing their exhaust on you is more deadly and dangerous and that
is completely 2nd hand. Because see the tree's absorb the exhaust and convert it into a different chemical ratio then what is 'considered' safe.
But its easier to target the smoking company because well they aren't means of transportation, they don't have a claim on 'oil' which is a dying
resource and is worth more then tabacco.
People have smoked tabacco for thousands of years before it became manufactured and tampered with, same with marjuana.
Thats my insight on this topic, and people do need to grow up. Because thats just 1 more thing that they 'brainwash' people into thinking is gonna get
(safe for pets..? Hell even our chocolate we eat isn't safe for pets)
Sorry I included the pet one to prove a point more so then anything else.
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But if the guy was wrong doing it where he was then he was wrong. But most of the time people are just looking for an excuse to over react on
cigarettes. The guy who shot him should face the death penality for being an idiot. But I bet you he's gonna walk free on this case simply cause of
popular brainwashed belief's.
Favorite quote i've personally received.. "If people knew every time you smoked one of those things you let the devil in, maybe they wouldn't do it
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Gotta blame someone for the pollution, lets blame the smokers!
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