Tobacco Smoke Effects Moves From the Lungs to the Kidneys
“Some of the carcinogens (cancer-causing chemicals) in tobacco smoke are absorbed from the lungs and get into the blood.
From the blood, they are filtered by the kidneys and concentrated in the urine.” ~~ Dr Visal A Khan
Smoking is systemic, and the chemicals in tobacco do not stop effecting your body until after quitting smoking your immune system has a chance to restore your health.
“A cigarette is a euphemism for a cleverly crafted product that delivers just the right amount of nicotine to keep its user addicted for life before killing the person.”
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