Is tobacco actually healthy?
The Smoking Scare Debunked
Buy this tobacco. It’s not only way cheaper (and NO taxes!), but you avoid the chemicals and gain a whole new pleasure and appreciation for the tobacco you smoke. I prefer a 50/50 mix of the organic and non-organic of this same tobacco. The organic is darker and therefore stronger, and the non-organic is too light on its own, so for me, a 50/50 blend is ideal.
Heath Motley on facebook:
The Black Lung Lie
“Dr. Duane Carr – Professor of Surgery at the University of Tennessee College of Medicine, said this: “Smoking does not discolor the lung.”
Dr. Victor Buhler, Pathologist at St. Joseph Hospital in Kansas City: “I have examined thousands of lungs both grossly and microscopically. I cannot tell you from exmining a lung whether or not its former host had smoked.”
Dr. Sheldon Sommers, Pathologist and Director of Laboratories at Lenox Hill Hospital, in New York: “…it is not possible grossly or microscopically, or in any other way known to me, to distinguish between the lung of a smoker or a nonsmoker. Blackening of lungs is from carbon particles, and smoking tobacco does not introduce carbon particles into the lung.”
• Even those who live with smokers inhale the equivalent of six cigarettes a year, not enough to cause them any harm.•
‘Nearly 80% of people diagnosed with lung cancer now, in 2012, are non-smokers.’
Lungs taken from people who puffed a pack a day for more than 20 years safe for transplant.
‘For more than forty years, hundreds of thousands of medical doctors have been deliberately lying to you.’
‘Nicotine – The Zombie Antidote’
A comprehensive review of the many health benefits of smoking Tobacco
“Tobacco tar is known to protect against the damaging effects of Asbestos , cure Asthma and prevent Breast Cancer . Nicotine has been shown to stop Tuberculosis in its tracks.  Carbon Monoxide may prevent Heart attacks and Stroke.  Parkinsonâ€™s Disease is associated with non-smoking  Alzheimerâ€™s disease is associated with non-smoking.  Less than 3% of smokers die of lung cancer, even if they smoked chemical ridden generic cigarettes.  According to the Journal of Theoretic, Smoking simply does not cause Lung Cancer. [19a] Researchers attempted to induce lung-cancer in thousands of mice through exposure to chronic levels of tobacco smoke (equivalent to 200 cigarettes a day in some cases) every study failed. One study even proved that chronic exposure to tobacco smoke protected mice from cancer induced by nuclear radiation. [19b][c]
- Smoking has a protective effect on immunological abnormalities in asbestos workers.
0429. Institute of Immunology and Experimental Therapy (Poland). Lange, A. “Effect of Smoking on Immunological Abnormalities in Asbestos Workers.
Relative risk of lung cancer for asbestos workers was “highest for those who had never smoked, lowest for current smokers, and intermediate for ex-smokers. The trend was statistically significant. There was no significant association between smoking and deaths from mesothelioma,” [emphasis added].
- University of London, School of Hygiene and Tropical Medicine. “Cancer of the Lung Among Asbestos Factory Workers.”
[Many other studies show similar findings for asbestos workers].
- Smokers Paradoxes, the Health Benefits of Smoking http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Tobacco_smoking…
- Shocker: Villain â€˜Nicotineâ€™ slays TB
- The Carbon Monoxide Paradox
- Parkinsonâ€™s Disease is associated with non-smoking.
- Alzheimerâ€™s Disease is associated with non-smoking.
- An Early Warning for Lung Cancer- Less than 3% of smokers die of Lung Cancer.
19a. Smoking Does Not cause Lung Cancer; helps to prevent it
c. “Inhalation Bioassay of Cigarette Smoke in Rats”
A. P. Wehrner, et al. (Battele Pacific Northwest Labs, Richland WA)
Journal of Toxicology & Applied Pharmacology, Vol. 61: pp 1-17 (1981)
The results show that the highest number of tumors occurred in the untreated control [non-smoking] rats. The next highest number of tumors occurred in rats subject to sham smoking, i.e. rats which were placed in the smoking machine without smoke exposure, and the lowest number of tumors occurred in the smoke-exposed rats. Among the latter, the largest number of tumors occurred in rats exposed to smoke from cigarettes having the lowest level of nicotine.” Heath Motley
Beyond smoking is normal it is actually beneficial to your health. It is neuroprotective. It prevents permeation of the brain by toxicities and aids in reversing mental disorders such as Alzheimers, Parkinsons, ADHD. It regulates the electrical current in the brain, it increases cognitive function and memory. It prevents cell death in the brain and stabilizes/protects DNA/RNA.
The propaganda is a hoax.
Nicotine promotes neuron survival and partially protects from Parkinson’s disease by suppressing SIRT6 https://actaneurocomms.biomedcentral.com/articles/10.1186/s40478-018-0625-y
Nicotine and Beta-amyloid Work on Immune System in Ways That Ease MS Symptoms, Study Reports https://multiplesclerosisnewstoday.com/2018/07/16/beta-amyloid-and-nicotine-may-treat-ms-other-inflammatory-diseases-study-reports/
Chronic nicotine reverses working memory deficits caused by lesions of the fimbria or medial basalocortical projection https://www.sciencedirect.com/science/article/pii/092664109390021V
Protective effects of nicotine https://www.semanticscholar.org/paper/Cognitive-effects-of-nicotine-Rezvani-Levin/2ad024052859bd957082e184c1dae5d983be64ac
William Campbell Douglass II MD The Health Benefits of Tobacco: The Surprising Therapeutic Benefits from Moderate Smoking https://www.amazon.com/gp/product/B00M7HHQ7O/ref=pd_sim_351_1?ie=UTF8&pd_rd_i=B00M7HHQ7O&pd_rd_r=VPEW2K7HMEYKXEBB6P4X&pd_rd_w=8M50q&pd_rd_wg=aQ9LT&psc=1&refRID=VPEW2K7HMEYKXEBB6P4X&tag=rnwap-20