There have been several discussions recently about the side effects of using snuff tobacco as a nicotine substitute. Because the use of snuff has not been widespread over the past decades there are no breakeven evidences due to the lack of a detailed study.
A report has come from Smokeless New Zealand, which shows how nasal snuff tobacco is able to reduce health risks if used as a mean to give up smoking.
However, there is no proof that snuff is not harmful and further detailed scientific studies are needed to prove this.
The smoking ban is now taking a wide range in all societies, so people are looking for a substitute where snuffing is found and is growing day by day.
Online snuffing is dedicated to join snuffers all around the globe to produce a one stop resource for all snuff. The online community of snuffers is to share experiences, recommend snuffs and spread knowledge of snuff tobacco to a wider space of people.
People are encouraged to a sharing environment, where it is easy to contribute and share knowledge of snuff and snuff taking.
Moist snuff is made from grinding tobacco with water and flavorings.
Nasal snuff is made from fermented and powdered tobacco, and then inhaled up the nose.
Chewing tobacco is dryer, sweeter and made from differently cured tobacco than snus. Chewing tobacco is put between the gum and jaw and is chewed or held in place. Saliva is spit or swallowed.
Swedish Snus is made from selected leaf tobaccos, salts, humectants and flavor additives. Snus is regulated as a food substance in Sweden.
Swedish snus is made from mainly air cured tobaccos.