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TheOnlyIzzy
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Before I explain, I just want to say I understand the risks of smoking and that there are no cigarettes that are even mildly healthy and that I know they are all very bad for you. I’m looking for an actual answer to my question, not a lecture. If I’m going to smoke, so I wanna do it better.

I’ve been smoking for 3-4 years now and usually I smoke Marlboro gold or chesterfield red (depending on how fancy I feel ) probably around 6-9 a day. (I used to smoke a pack a day, vaping has helped me cut down a lot).

I’m just wondering if there’s any that have significantly less carcinogen’s or tar than other brands, (aka “healthier”) or if anyone knows if gold, silver or yellow (etc) cigarette types are better than reds.
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Nope, there are no "healthier" cigarettes, the colours are almost entirely marketing *******s.

The only way to minimise the negative effects of cigarettes is to smoke less of them. Bigger cigarettes are very slightly worse for you than smaller ones but the difference is fairly negligible.

The only way to avoid completely ****ing up your life is to quit, but you don't seem ready for that, so keep on pouring that tar down your throat. :borat:
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(Original post by TheOnlyIzzy)
Before I explain, I just want to say I understand the risks of smoking and that there are no cigarettes that are even mildly healthy and that I know they are all very bad for you. I’m looking for an actual answer to my question, not a lecture. If I’m going to smoke, so I wanna do it better.

I’ve been smoking for 3-4 years now and usually I smoke Marlboro gold or chesterfield red (depending on how fancy I feel ) probably around 6-9 a day. (I used to smoke a pack a day, vaping has helped me cut down a lot).

I’m just wondering if there’s any that have significantly less carcinogen’s or tar than other brands, (aka “healthier”) or if anyone knows if gold, silver or yellow (etc) cigarette types are better than reds.

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Would you like to know which species of piranha is the least carnivorous, too?
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E cigarettes
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E-cigs are less harmful, it was the main reason why I decided to switch. Frankly speaking, my health improved without cigarettes, I noticed the changes right away. Vaping helped me a lot, so if you want to quit smoking or just start vaping, Juul is a good option. The best cartridges I bought are Puff Pods.
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There is no such thing as a healthy cigarette, they are all potential cancer sticks.
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