Charles Amos in The Strand Review: Against the Ban on the Sale of Snus
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Charles Amos in The Strand Review: Against the Ban on the Sale of Snus

Since 1992 the sale of snus, an oral tobacco inserted in-between the upper-lip and the gum, has been illegal in the UK.

"No, for to ban the sale of snus is to ban a highly effective means to quit smoking. Smokers after all aren’t addicted to cigarettes, they are addicted to nicotine. If a smoker is trying to give up, snus will provide that vital nicotine kick, which is so essential to quitting. If snus sale were legal there would be far fewer smokers in Britain, as many smokers would switch over to this vastly safer alternative. And as a result of fewer smokers, there would be far fewer smoking-related deaths, which today stand at 78,000 per year."

Read The Whole Article At The Strand Review


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