Hemp Cigarettes Are Shaping the World of Curbing Nicotine Addiction
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Hemp Cigarettes Are Shaping the World of Curbing Nicotine Addiction

Smoking has dominated our lives for decades through some of the most spidery and insidious marketing campaigns you could imagine. From the early days of when they’d drip their poison into children’s cartoons and frame smoking as a wholesome activity, to sly attempts at undermining new ways of quitting, we’ve seen it all. However, as time goes on people are seeing through the smoke screen and pioneering innovative new ways to leave their addictions in the dust (or ashes) and breaking free to live their life without nicotine holding them back.

Whether it is taking time away from precious moments, wrecking our health, or leaving us irritable and clawing for the next drag — we’re reclaiming out time.

Reduce Your Cravings By Keeping Physical Gestures
One of the struggles of quitting smoking is surrendering our habit. Those of us who smoke have had the actions of raising a cigarette to our lips become something so familiar and strongly associated with the positive sensations of nicotine relief. Nicotine gum doesn’t satisfy the mechanical motions and sensations, likewise vape pens don’t supply the familiar warmth and sharpness of the smoke that traditional smoking provides.

Hemp cigarettes, a fresh method for quitting big tobacco, are another tool in hands. Able to provide us with that familiar sensations of smoking, hemp cigarettes feel and look just like tobacco ones — but the similarities end there.

Being able to keep the habitual motions of lighting your cigarette and the irreplaceable sensations of warmth and pressure is a great way to trick your brain in terms of phasing out the hold that tobacco and nicotine have over your life. It also lets you still smoke socially, or while enjoying a quiet moment alone and gives you that same smoky comfort.

Superior Smell And Taste To Tobacco Cigarettes
Providing a smoother and less acrid smell, using these alternatives don’t pump the air or stain your clothes with that typical ‘smoker smell’ that you start to become aware of when you quit. Infact, the smell of hemp cigarettes is sweet and earthy in comparison, which some find to be even pleasant. Being less obtrusive and reducing the anxiety of smelling like an old ashtray after a smoke break is a huge benefit.

Just like the smell, the taste is mild and has an herbal sweetness that rolls through your mouth when you inhale. This shows a stark difference from common cigarettes and will make you wonder what you were ever doing without them before.

Knowing What You’re Breathing In
While many of us have tried vaping as an alternative to smoking, it’s developed some scrutiny as of late. Ranging faulty batteries within the pens themselves to dubious off-market juices, it’s important to make sure what you are putting in mouth and lungs is of high quality and has been tested for safety. Hemp cigarettes don’t rely on electronics or extra chemicals in order to work effectively. Infact, they’re closer to traditional pipe smoking in the olden days — but in a much more practical way.

Reliable brands are readily identified from their packaging. If there is a product to be proud of, they would provide lab testing, or certification to prove what they provide is high quality. While the cigarettes churned out by the titans of the tobacco industry are all pumped with dilators and pesticides from their growing process, you can choose options to make your transition even healthier.

As hemp cigarettes become more popularized and word spreads, more people are able to quit and take back control over their lives. But the question remains, will you? As we escape a deadly pandemic we have learned more than ever just how important it is to take care of our health. Even if you do not do so for yourself, your loved ones will share the benefit in seeing a happier and healthier you. If you don’t start now, then when?

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