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Nicotine grows new blood cells

Another benefit of smoking

Have a wound that won’t heal? Pain that won’t go away? Want to get some blood flowing to the parts of the body that need it most?

Then light up!

A new study on mice shows that nicotine — yes THAT nicotine — can help grow the new blood vessels needed to relieve all those conditions and more by stimulating the release of critical adult stem cells.

These are the EPC cells that are released into the bloodstream from bone marrow… a process that, when it happens naturally, can take months or even years in humans.

But in the study on mice, it happened after just two weeks of nicotine use.

This could have enormous implications for human health for any condition that requires new blood vessel growth — if only someone had the guts to actually turn these experiments on mice into studies on humans.

I’ll bet you a quality cigar that you won’t see that anytime soon.

Nope… that just wouldn’t be politically correct.

Fact is, tobacco in general and nicotine in particular have been wrongly demonized. Nicotine has been shown to help the brain and fight dementia, Alzheimer’s, Parkinson’s disease, and more.

It may also relieve arthritis, help protect the heart, and possibly even PREVENT some cancers.

Any negative health effects due to smoking — if there even are any — are more likely to be caused by the chemicals added to cigarettes by Big Tobacco, not the tobacco itself. That’s why the best way to get your healthy nicotine fix is by smoking a natural quality cigar each day.

Don’t inhale; your cheeks will absorb everything you need.

I know that might sound downright suicidal if you’ve been raised on the anti-tobacco propaganda machine of recent generations — but I’ve got the forbidden science to back me up on this, and you can read all about how to get your hands on the tobacco truth right here.

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