Am I alone here or is there some adjustment period before a newbie snuffer, particularly one with heavy nicotine requirements, begins to fully appreciate the effects of sniffin snuff? When I first started about 2 months ago, I was under the impression that snuff was merely for the taste and ritual aspect rather than the seemingly minute amounts of nicotine ingested? The great flavors were just that and not an effective nicotine replacement device.
Thankfully it turns out my assumptions were incorrect, as I had hoped, and I can actually receive quite an healthy dose of vitamin N. That 'ex-smoking snuffers' were not just very light smokers to begin with at all, and that snuff can and does work for smoking cessation. As a matter of fact, when done properly, snuff can deliver as much and more satisfaction than smoking. Did this occur with any of you all? There isn't much here regarding any adjustment period or maybe I just missed it.
In any case, I would again like to thank this site's admin and it's contributors for creating an informative and friendly resource! Snuffing alone, especially paired with snus, turns out to be the most effective and pleasurable alternative to cigarettes I've come across. Certainly more appealing than the joke of Big Pharma's prohibitively expensive NRT's, and it's been around forever! ;)