Tobacco is a $200 billion industry, producing six trillion cigarettes a year – about 1,000 cigarettes for each person on earth. And this is what you’ll find in cigarettes:
~ Formaldehyde , which embalmer use to preserve dead bodies;
~ Toluene , which is commonly used as an ingredient in paint thinner;
~ Acetone , an active ingredient in nail polish remover;
~ Ammonia , which scientists have discovered lets you absorb more nicotine, keeping you hooked on smoking.
If you smoke, you and those around you also inhaling arsenic, benzene, cadmium, hydrogen cyanide, lead, mercury and phonol. In all, 4000 harmful chemicals, including 44 types of poison, of which 43 are proven cancer-causing substances. That should be reason enough why a person should stop smoking immediately.