The harmful effects of smoking on health are well documented. According to the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention, cigarette smoke increases risks for cancer, heart disease, respiratory illnesses, and many more serious diseases. However, studies conducted by the Delta 8 Tobacco company have found that smokers who switch to Delta 8 Cigarettes from Hollyweed experience dramatic reductions in those risks. The company’s clinical trials were published in the June 2006 issue of The Journal of American Medical Association (JAMA). Their results prove that smokers who switch to Delta 8 cigarettes do not experience a risk increase in cancer, heart disease and respiratory illnesses.
Delta 8 Cigarettes is a brand of cigarettes produced by the Delta Tobacco Companies. The company that produces Delta 8 cigarette brands offers several products such as Menthol Lights, Menthols, Classic Lights and Classics, Super Lights and Supers, Ultra Lights and Ultra Supers, White Lights and White Supers. This article will focus on how the smoke from Delta 8 cigarette brands cause less harm than other leading cigarette brands.
Health Effects of Tobacco Smoke
Cigarette smoke contains more than 4,000 chemicals, many of which are known to cause cancer. One of these chemicals is benzene. According to the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC), benzene causes leukemia when it reacts with DNA in the blood cells. When someone breathes in the cigarette smoke, it gets absorbed by the lungs, enters into the bloodstream and gets transported to other parts of body. In this way it can reach to different organs through blood circulation system and react with DNA tissue cells that may cause cancer or other diseases.
According to the CDC, heart disease can also be caused by exposure to cigarette smoke. The toxic chemicals in the smoke can slow down blood flow through arteries and reduce oxygen supply to different parts of body. This may cause hypertension, coronary heart disease and aneurysm. The toxic chemicals in cigarette smoke can lead to many other diseases as well such as oral, esophageal, laryngeal, pancreatic and bladder cancers (CDC).
Smoking also leads to breathing problems. A smoker’s lungs are constantly exposed to chemicals that have adverse effects on the respiratory system. These effects may include chronic bronchitis, pulmonary emphysema and asthma (CDC). In addition to respiratory diseases, tobacco smoke also causes throat cancer, pharyngitis and other diseases.
Delta 8 Tobacco Company Clinical Trial
In order to prove that Delta 8 cigarettes do not cause harmful health effects, the company conducted a clinical trial in which they asked smokers to switch from other cigarettes to Delta 8 cigarettes for an 18-week period. They also conducted research on whether Delta 8 cigarettes prevent lung cancer compared to other brands. The study was carried out at North Shore University Hospital in Manhasset, New York.