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At the end of the 60s of the last century, the US government noted that the life expectancy of citizens of the country increases negligibly compared to other developed countries. In the same period, another anti-record was registered in the United States: more than 550 billion cigarettes smoked per year. It was not difficult to draw parallels. And the best scientific minds have been thrown to study the effects of smoking on the human body.
Since the problem wasn’t local, large-scale programs to study the properties of nicotine were deployed around the world and yielded results. In particular, it was found that nicotine also has properties that are beneficial to the human body. Moreover, it provides unique opportunities for the treatment of a number of diseases. Research on the effects of nicotine on the body is still active today.
‘Nicotine or related compounds might someday be used as a drug to delay or prevent Alzheimer’s’, says Ken Keller, a pharmacologist at Georgetown University Medical Center. Of course, nicotine in the treatment of disease is not a cure-all. But some research by scientists is definitely worth looking at.
Our nicotine pouches are also worth checking out and are a great alternative to smoking.
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