The relationships of Carbon Monoxide (CO) and smoking interested me. The following is some of the publicly available information that I have found.
"Influence of smoking habits on change in carbon monoxide transfer factor over 10 years in middle aged men." [URL]http://www.ncbi.nlm.nih.gov/pmc/articles/PMC464285/pdf/thorax00374-0023.pdf[/URL]
"THE ELIMINATION OF CARBON MONOXIDE FROM THE BLOOD" [URL]http://www.ncbi.nlm.nih.gov/pmc/articles/PMC434577/pdf/jcinvest00501-0080.pdf[/URL]
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Today seems to have gone a bit better than yesterday. Still having a couple of analogs throughout the day (three so far today since 1:30 a.m.), yesterday's total was six. Oh, before vaping - sometimes I would smoke an excess of 60 analogs a day (can you say "chain" smoking without dropping your ciggy - LOL).
Amazing, each time that I smoke an analog I
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DISCLAIMER: I am NOT a doctor, what I have described below is my method that I am using. If you are in doubt, please see your pharmacist or doctor for more information.
As a sufferer of many allergies and frequent colds (yes, probably due partly to the analogs), I am also quite familiar with histamine antagonists. Another word for this huge phile of a phrase is
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Well folks, after much research (actually far too much research...), I finally talked with Chris at My Freedom Smokes (MFS) here in North Carolina. Chris took the time from his busy schedule to explain the "real" questions regarding making the switch. The conversation was, in my opinion, no where close to what I would consider a "sales" type call -- rather,
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Been smokin' for over 40 years or so -- started with Lucky Strikes and have progressed since then from many of the filterless cigarettes down to the local filtered cheapos (with the latest tax hike here in NC they run about $26/carton). I still have a tendency to pull the filter off from time to time and typically smoke about two or more packs a day (sometimes