Effects of Tobacco Leaf in Blunts

Discussion in 'Medicinal Cannabis and Health' started by thahoodbotanist, Jul 15, 2007.

  1. thahoodbotanist

    thahoodbotanist Registered+

    Jus was wondering how bad the tobacco in a blunt (the leaf/leaves) would effect a blunt smoker. Is the amount of tobacco in a cigar leaf substantial enough that lung cancer could be a concern over a period of time? Also how does the leaf of a cigar(not the guts - the outside) compare to ciggarette tobacco If anyone could shed light on this it'd be appreciated - Bless :Rasta:
  2. snoogans

    snoogans Registered+

    most of the time the skin isnt even tobacco. so i would think there isnt much worries if your afraid about lung cancer.
  3. Rayg Dog

    Rayg Dog Registered+

    Well one of my friends smoked so many blunts a day that the wraps caused one of his lungs to collapse, no joke. And thats why I always say variety is the spice of life. So don't just smoke blunts even though there delicious!
  4. Storm Crow

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