Fact: The tobacco industry adjusts the nicotine levels in cigarettes to make it harder for you to quit.3
Fact: The tobacco industry adds ammonia to tobacco to speed up the nicotine hit to your brain.4
Fact: The tobacco industry needs new smokers to replace those who quit or die, so they advertise. They spent over $12 billion marketing their products nationwide in 2006 – that’s $42 for every man, woman and child accounted for in the U.S. Census.5 6
The tobacco industry has been deceiving the public for nearly a century, and they’re still at it.