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    Study - Long-term effects of inhaled nicotine

    Another one to add to my list aka justifying my pleasurable pastime

    Long-term effects of inhaled nicotine. [Life Sci. 1996] - PubMed - NCBI
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    Such a transient drug.
    There will never be 'long term' effects, (physiologically) it's all reversible when you stop provided you don't rob someone to get it or OD on it or something.
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    20 minute high and it's gone-degraded out of your system

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    Now, if Nicotine is beneficial to ya, there will be long term effects of not having it so I suppose that's a long term effect
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    The part of the report that, I think, is of interest to us:

    "The rats breathed in a chamber with nicotine at a concentration giving twice the plasma concentration found in heavy smokers. Nicotine was given for 20 h a day, five days a week during a two-year period. We could not find any increase in mortality, in atherosclerosis or frequency of tumors in these rats compared with controls. Particularly, there was no microscopic or macroscopic lung tumors nor any increase in pulmonary neuroendocrine cells. Throughout the study, however, the body weight of the nicotine exposed rats was reduced as compared with controls. In conclusion, our study does not indicate any harmful effect of nicotine when given in its pure form by inhalation."
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    Quote Originally Posted by supersports600 View Post
    Now, if Nicotine is beneficial to ya, there will be long term effects of not having it so I suppose that's a long term effect
    There are reported studies of nicotine being beneficial for some ailments, so for some people it would be a negative effect not to use it.

    I think I read somewhere that it can help speed up healing of wounds too, when present in the blood, so perhaps we should all be inhaling a mixture of oxygen & nicotine in hospital
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    I was curious and I am sorry if this question derails this thread in anyway, I used to smoke Horizon Orange which was equivalent to 4mg..if I am vaping at 12mg which I know I was reading somewhere that you can't go by these amounts being exactly the intake you get (couldn't find the thread) but it was something along those lines..anyway, (prattling a bit there :-)) is vaping 12mg way much more than what I smoked (4mg) or about the same or even less?
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    Quote Originally Posted by Noe View Post
    There are reported studies of nicotine being beneficial for some ailments, so for some people it would be a negative effect not to use it.

    I think I read somewhere that it can help speed up healing of wounds too, when present in the blood, so perhaps we should all be inhaling a mixture of oxygen & nicotine in hospital
    I've seen reports like that too but also seen reports directly opposite. At uni many moons ago, Medicine had a half live of 10 years. Now it's like 5 years.

    What kills you yesterday makes you live longer today. Latest example, omega-3 essential fatty acids were the craze, now they are saying it (excess) causes prostate cancer. Give it another 5 years and the'll probably say it makes you live forever, then another 5 years it will be the opposite again and so on. Add legislation to it and we will need a permit to drink water because that can kill you too
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    I should say linked to, not causes
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    vitamins and supplements are total bullshit imho

 

 
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