Materials Used in Fabrication

Materials Used in Fabrication
The smoke from traditional cigarettes includes thousands of chemicals, including tar, nicotine and carbon monoxide. The majority of smokers are aware of the effects of these chemicals as governments force manufacturers to disclose the type and quantity of chemicals in each cigarette on the cover of every pack.

Tar: Tar is found in the smoke from cigarettes. Tar is measured under laboratory conditions though blocking the molecules on a filter then removing water and nicotine.

Nicotine: A chemical material naturally found in the tobacco plant. When burned nicotine turns to smoke.

Carbon Monoxide: A gas found in cigarette smoke.

Other components: In addition to nicotine and carbon monoxide, public health authorities have listed 100 other chemicals contained in cigarettes that can result in disease.

Within this context, and in line with approved international standards for tar and nicotine rates, the ​Regie products meet the international guideline.
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