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Is Rustica dangerous ?

I am looking for a strong hit of nicotine, and some people on the site have mentioned rustica. I have googled rustica, and apparently it is just tobacco.
So it is totally confusing why some people on the site are saying, avoid the rustica snuffs. surely all snuffs are rustica.

Can someone explain what is going on ?

Comments

  • TigerJackTigerJack Member
    edited July 1 PM
    NO , It is perfectly Safe !!! Keep in mind there are pansies everywhere that are scared of there Bloody Shadow !!!!!

  • edited July 1 PM
    It's safe, as long as you use with responsibility, keep in mind that the most common strain of tobacco used commercially is the Nicotiana Tabacum while the commonly referred as " Rustica" it's a different strain (Nicotiana Rustica)  it' s safe but can be up to 9 times more potent in the nicotine department than it's tabacum cousin.
  • SammyD13SammyD13 Member
    edited July 1 PM
    If you take have cardiac issues, stay away from rustica. Otherwise, tailor your amounts taken to your individual responses. I am personally able to snuff fairly large quantities and frequently, without any issues- save for insomnia if taken too close to bedtime.
  • Some people have mentioned getting the sweats/nerves from rustica, though this might just be due to the high nicotine content. I recall someone mentioning a sort of hangover too, was it Roderick? The only side effect for me is it really cranks up my tolerance.
  • RogueRogue Member, Administrator
    Actually, rustica is very dangerous, but not in a toxic way. The danger is the high amount of vitamin N, which you can easily get accustomed to..oh, and its dangers to the cigarette companies are lethal. If you smoke and wanna quit, go for a rustica snuff!

  • eblipeblip Member
    Thanks everyone and in particular Wulfensteinsson, I now know what they mean when they speak of rustica.
  • bobbob Member
    rustica can be dangerous in the same way that regular tobacco can be dangerous or higher caffeine coffees can be dangerous. Which is important to note and something you should be aware of. And that danger is really dependent on ones cardiovascular health in general and you might have some underlying issue you are unaware of. Though it seems like the biggest danger is just making your self feel sick. Rustica isn't general not used in commercial products just because of the strength but because it doesn't taste as smooth. So yeah be careful but not too careful. 
  • volungevolunge Member
    edited July 2 PM
    Just a few curious facts. Dried leaves of some N. rustica varieties contain up to 18% of citric acid and up to 15% of nicotine. Those varieties were bred in USSR as technical plants (natural sources of citric acid and nicotine for pesticides).

    There are many varieties of rustica with lower content of nicotine, which were industrially grown in some parts of the USSR for smoking and snuff. Rustica (aka mahorka) was sold in 50 g packets, it was a mixture of cured leaves with midribs and crushed stems (stems were added for reducing the strength; pure lamina was considered too strong for smoking pure). It contained not less than 2.2 % of nicotine, as set by state standard. Rustica snuff contained not less than 1.8% of nicotine.

    Rustica is still grown industrially in India, Pakistan, Bangladesh and some Maghreb countries for cigarette blends, snuff and oral tobacco (chema).
  • As I stated there are Pansies everywhere !!! Rustica is perfectly safe unless you maybe sniff a whole tin all at once & actuall probably all that would do is make you sick as a dog and that's about it.
  • ar47ar47 Member
    I believe it has some MAOI compounds in it, which can have side effects. I've enjoyed much Rustica though with no ills to support
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