Note that the fallacious claim, mostly made by smokers, that
there is not one single study that proves smoking tobacco causes
lung cancer, is more than a little ridiculous.
Since the studies are SCIENTIFIC, they rarely make absolute claims
about situations that there is no absolute PROOF for, but instead rely on
statistical probabilities and the like, which suggest WELL Beyond A
Reasonable Doubt that "smoking tobacco GREATLY increases your
chances of getting Lung Cancer and many other forms of cancer".
(most of the science is WELL beyond the ability for most people to
easily grasp, understand, comprehend, etc.)
AND pretty much all smokers WILL get COPD, even if they quit smoking
at some point, depending on how much they smoked, for how long,
when they started, what they smoked, and what kind of smoking they did,
and most will eventually die from the effects, gasping for breath, if cancer
doesn't get them first.
Beyond that, we will have to agree to disagree.
As for the tobacco plant having some healing properties, that is probably
true, but at what price if you are sucking the smoke into your lungs,
which simple Common Sense suggests is NOT a good idea for ANY reason.
Non-smoking uses of tobacco are probably good for some things,
and similarly for marijuana, too.
There have been some good anecdotal reports that MMS/CD will help
people with COPD, which is cool.
Although the simultaneous use of smoking along with MMS/CD is
not the ideal, especially if you are not smoking a natural, organic tobacco,
ANYTHING is better than NOTHING. At the same time you are flooding
your body with toxins, you are trying to detox, which is counterproductive
and counterintuitive. But you can only do what you can do when you can do it.
And hopefully do better in the future.
And then there are always nicotine patches and gum and candy and toothpicks and such.
And vaping MIGHT be better than burning.
Anyway, don't let it stop you or dissuade you.
Babies aren't the only ones who take Baby Steps.
And 2 steps forward and 3 steps back is better than no steps forward
if you can add an occasional hop, skip, and a jump in there.
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