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by Dr. William Douglass

eBook The Health Benefits of Tobacco: A Smoker's Paradox download ISBN: 9962636434
Author: Dr. William Douglass
Publisher: Rhino Publishing, S.A. (September 15, 2004)
Language: English
Pages: 409
ePub: 1740 kb
Fb2: 1681 kb
Rating: 4.1
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Category: Health and Diets

Readers of Dr. Douglass´ books and newsletters get all this, plus they learn how to burn fat, prevent .

Readers of Dr. Douglass´ books and newsletters get all this, plus they learn how to burn fat, prevent heart disease and cancer, boost libido, and so much more.

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Start by marking The Health Benefits Of Tobacco: A Smoker's Paradox as Want to Read: Want to Read savin. ant to Read. It reminds me of Dr. Atkins and his diet and the big cover-up that he died extremely obese from heart disease. I'm not disputing that nicotine does have some benefits, but tobacco is not nicotine alone. The Atkins diet does have, or at least for those who need insulin but either don't or won't take it, benefits. Excellent book on the health benefits of tobacco, with references to countless studies, and how they were either fudged or disregarded.

The benefits of smoking tobacco have been common knowledge for centuries. But after reading this book, and all associated sources, Dr, Campbell Douglass makes his case for the health benefits of tobacco. The book is easy to read. I read it in two days. From sharpening mental acuity to maintaining optimal weight.

William Campbell Douglass. The benefits of smoking tobacco have been common knowledge for centuries. From sharpening mental acuity to maintaining optimal weight, the relatively small risks of smoking have always been outweighed by the substantial improvement to mental and physical health. Hysterical attacks on tobacco notwithstanding, smokers always weigh the good against the bad and puff away or quit according to their personal preferences. Now the same anti-tobacco medical establishment that has spent billions demonizing the pleasure of smoking is providing additional reasons to smoke. I read it in two days

The benefits of smoking tobacco have been common knowledge for centuries. It was so interesting, I could not put it down.

Dr A moderate amount of smoking is an avenue to good health and to the .

Douglass Family Publishing. 100 North Dixieland Road. A moderate amount of smoking is an avenue to good health and to the prevention of a variety of diseases. The Oxford English Dictionary defines paradox: A statement or tenet contrary to received opinion or belie. s being discordant with what is held to be established truth, and hence absurd or fantastic. What could be more absurd or fantastic than the smoker’s paradox - Smoking in moderation for a healthy life while he is being told that he is killing himself!

Scientific correctness trumps political correctness when it comes to nicotine. Quit smoking cigarettes, but light up a cigar, and sharpen your mental acuity while you enjoy this fascinating and important read.

Scientific correctness trumps political correctness when it comes to nicotine. Lifestyle & Sports Self-Help. To read this book, upload an EPUB or FB2 file to Bookmate.

Although the health benefits of smoking are far outweighed by the many very dire risks, tobacco may .

Although the health benefits of smoking are far outweighed by the many very dire risks, tobacco may provide alternative relief or prevention for some diseases in certain individuals. The most fascinating and widely recognized health benefit of smoking is its ability to seemingly alleviate symptoms of mental illnesses, including anxiety and schizophrenia.

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By by DR. William, Campbell Douglass - ISBN-10: 9962636450 ; ISBN-13 . tobacco I'm a young smoker, I've been smoking since I was 13 to 14 years old. All I ever hear is the whole, "You started smoking because. William, Campbell Douglass - ISBN-10: 9962636450 ; ISBN-13: 978-9962636458. Sappp, DarkSarcasm and 2 others like this. I'm a young smoker, I've been smoking since I was 13 to 14 years old. All I ever hear is the whole, "You started smoking because Ты thought it looked cool. "You feel the need to be Популярное and accepted by your peers. and "You know that shit causes cancer, right?" As a smoker that has grew up around smoking, I can justify for myself that "being cool" isn't the reason I started. The reason I started was curiousity.

What? That can't be! That's the reaction from most people. But did you know that nicotine acts to stimulate critical neurotransmitters (chemical messengers) in the body and that companies are developing nicotine-based pharmaceuticals that are decidedly good for the brain, blood vessels, bowels and even the immune system? Scientific correctness trumps political correctness when it comes to nicotine. Quit smoking cigarettes, but light up a cigar, and sharpen your mental acuity while you enjoy this fascinating and important read.
Comments: (7)
Lynnak
loved this...really mades you think love the other side of story!
Monin
I would suggest this book to anyone who is looking to stay healthy. Lets stop and think for a minute without even looking into this book. Why would The Surgeon General knowing that tobacco is supposedly bad for you, allow cigarette companies to make it worse by adding other harmful things to your body when you inhale. People need to start using there heads a little more. I have developed athletic induced asthma over the years and it hindered my running ability especially in the humidity and cold air. I would run for 2 miles and then be out of breath, unable to continue and it would hurt to breath. I was curious of tobacco after a story my friend told me about a doctor who cured his friend of some really bad virus when the people who are supposed to be "doctors" couldn't figure out what to do. He used tobacco leaves to cure him, and it worked. Fancy that. That story sparked my curiosity and I started looking for health benefits of tobacco to see what else this plant was capable of. After an hour of diligent research I found nothing to support tobacco as a health supplement.
I was about to give up and then I found a website called stogieguys.com which had an article discussing the Issue and talked about a book by Dr. Douglass and gave a small list of the benefits of tobacco. So I decided to try my luck, after a month of smoking a cigar a day i went for a run. (just to be sure of my results I waited till it was a humid day) I ran 6 miles before my legs decided it was time to stop because I wasnt used to running that far due to my asthma holding me back. I also did so the next few days just to be sure it wasnt a fluke, all very humid days and the last day I pushed it to 7 miles. Not only has tobacco helped my running, it seems to be very effective for soothing a sore throat and clearing mucus out when you are sick, and it melts my headaches away with in 10 minutes, instead of waiting 30 for a pill that might not even work. (this does not work for tension headaches)
Tobacco is absored through the mouth and therefor goes directly into the blood stream allowing it to quickly move through the body, unlike a pill that has to make it to your stomach, be digested and then work its way back up. Most people know most common headaches are exploded blood vessels and tobacco produces blood cell growth around blocked arteries and so it is pretty obvious to me as to why tobacco can help with an exploded blood vessel in your head.
These are just my personal experiences with cigar smoking. If you want more information buy the book, it is a really good read to someone who knows that you can't trust everything the government, cdc, surgeon general, etc tell you. Just look at Fluoride. Case and point.
Virtual
It is very possible that tobacco isn't as well understood as most people think. The varieties of tobacco products are so many that the effects on people should be difficult to understand or statistically review. Even how tobacco is smoked has an effect on the smoker. The book tells people that hookah pipes are in the author's opinion the better way to smoke. It is true that hookah smokers will inhale less tar. However, for many reasons, I will only tell friends, I won't be smoking any hookah. Does anyone in Arab countries keep statistics other than, "How many hookah cleaning companies are in town?" It is also true that Japanese people live longer than Americans, smoke more than we do, and have few hookahs. Read the book to help complete your understanding about tobacco. I think tobacco will be smoked in future for many believable reasons.
Kagrel
Tobacco is an herb with health benefit!!
Daigami
The book is very informative & I would recommend it to anyone wanting to know the truth about using tobacco products & the effects of second hand smoke,
Kabandis
As someone who enjoys cigars (about one per day), I needed ammunition against my pesky anti-cigar wife, and thought this book would at least be a starting point. However, it's written in such an idiotic, nutty, tabloid style, it cannot be taken seriously. It's too bad, because the author makes some points that seem halfway plausible and bear further investigation. These nuggets are buried under a mountain of weird ideological rants, many of which are political rather than scientific. A telling weakness of the book: while most people are primarily concerned about lung cancer from cigarettes and mouth and throat cancer from cigars, these topics are given rather short shrift. One has to wonder why the author couldn't come up with more material about these issues, rather than things like neurological diseases and Gulf War Syndrome. In a 380 page book, there are almost no references to the scientific literature on lung, oral, or throat cancer. There is an 8-page chapter and an appendix slightly over one page devoted to all types of cancer, and scattered mentions in other sections. Most of the references are to quotes from esteemed colleagues and websites. As a further insult to the reader's intelligence, the author says he knows people who smoke but are healthy (I'm not making this up). As a way to provoke thinking about the accepted wisdom of the dangers of tobacco, the book may sow the seeds of doubt in some readers, but it is so one-sided and shoddy it will be dismissed as a joke by most.