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  • jockey club.. it's grown on me, every time i use it wife just looks at me with that look and says 'snuffing soap again?'
  • @volunge 231 20A Mine have always had the hard clear plastic shrink band, but I've only been ordering since 2019, so I'm not familiar with the change but maybe that plays a role. The others I've ordered seem fine on the other hand. So this gold…
  • WoS Crumbs of Comfort
  • @volunge I don't recall where but I've seen rose listed as an ingredient for Gold Label.  I personally never noticed it in my first two 25g tins from 2019 either, but my 3 25g tins from 2020 were both unmistakably full of rose, and I've had Rows of …
  • As much as I've enjoyed Indian snuffs and their exotic scents I stopped using also after I got some really weird side effects from one of them where my throat lost the ability to swallow for up to an hour, which happened on a few occasions with the …
  • Just received and can say it's quite nice, to me it's not very distinguishable from the toque version which was one of the few toques I enjoyed.  Hopefully my ability to detect the scent will last, so many snuffs I just lose the ability to perceive …
  • Yeah I haven't found that information either, only something related to shisha which may or may not be relevant. If relevant then it could be the fact it's unwashed resulting in higher nicotine content but also pesticide residue and other contaminan…
  • @Sir_Rodney_Ffing pretty similar to my journey.  Cigs ==> cigarillos ==> Ecig ===> lozenges ===> snuff I only wish I could figure out how much nicotine I was getting from the snuff, that was one advantage with lozenges, I could better tr…
  • @Huysmans Yeah the red wine comparison is a good one.  I ended up just tossing some Best Dark and a few Bernards because I didn't like how they made me feel, more of a sedative effect and headache, whereas I've been using Grand Cairo exclusively the…
  • yes thank you
  • i find the dark fermented snuffs have a very 'heavy' effect on, perhaps something in the process changes the proportions of the other alkaloids, or the toxic load is heavier on the liver.  These days I stick to WoS non-dark snuffs exclusively, espec…
  • i weighed my average sized back of hand amount, worked out to 0.1 gram.  have about 10 of those a day, about every 2 hours in an 18 hour awake time.  that's a gram, which is about the same amount of tobacco in one cigarette, but where 90% of the nic…
  • We Canadians are far more aggressive behind a keyboard than in person, it balances out
  • I find the nose will filter out most scents, but it never filters out the scent of danger - the smell of organic material exposed to fire - toasts, scotches, etc.  Menthol.eucalyptus/camphor will always produce a chemical reaction in the nose, as wi…
  • Samuel Gawith Scotch SPWilson's Gold LabelWilson's Irish 22Toque Bacon&Cheese6Photo Special
  • 6photo makes excellent snuff, haven't had one I didn't enjoy, I think they do mentholated snuff perfectly.
  • PhilipS had commented on a Youtube video reviewing Gold Label a few years ago.  He wrote: For many years this snuff cost more than other offerings from Wilsons. It is one of the original snuffs created by Joseph Wilson (1723-1796) in the late 18th c…
  • Yes, maybe that's what took place in this case.  The only difference at all I notice is that the grand cairo has a slightly more intense burn, and the soapy floral is a little longer lasting.  I have some more Gold Labels coming in the mail so I'll …
  • @volunge oh nice thank you, hadnt' seen that.  I imagine in that list "Torque" refers to "Toque" ? haha.  unfortunate that they don't list more of the British snuff manufacturers like Wilsons.  Torque seems ultra high in "B(a)P ppb (DWB)" whatever t…
  • it's used in a lot of perfumes, wouldn't have any idea what the actual scent is though.  speaking of resins, I think copal would make an interesting snuff, it's wonderful as an incense
  • The one thought that has given me some comfort in respect to this topic is when I've weighed how much snuff I use in a day, it tends around 0.5 - 1gram.  Reading threads on here it seems the high end would be 4grams a day.   Now you factor in that 1…
  • Dholakia snuffs are the only ones I've tossed, tried about 6 of them, I enjoyed the white the best except my snuff technique /nostril shape just isn't adapted to it and I was getting actual pain in my lungs telling me it was entering.  I thought the…
  • losing weight is probably the only thing that will be effective in lowering bp, outside of medications or if you're a heavy drinker cutting back on that.  of course tobacco users are generally those with addictive personalities so trying to reduce c…
  • @SammyD13 That's true about the soil, although I do accept that just living on this planet will involve taking in a fair share of arsenic, polonium, uranium, mercury, etc, I think it's impossible to try to avoid any and all contaminants.  TSNAs are …
  • @Zaratzu makes sense, nasal snuff tends to be fine, creating a larger surface exposed to oxidation.  it's like how matcha green tea powder will oxidize rapidly but whole leaf green tea will last a good long time.  or even the way ground beef tends t…
  • would it be possible to take a perfume and douse it onto some kind of mesh cloth, keeping it out of direct contact in a closed tin with a plain snuff and effectively scent it?  I'd absolutely love a snuff that smelled like Shalimar perfume has notes…
  • can't say I enjoy it, reminds me of dholakia swiss chocolate with a sour rancidity added in.  I had to look twice at the label to make sure they hadn't sent me out the swiss chocolate, that's how similar it seemed to me.  too bad as I really wanted …
  • paraffin oil in snuff seems to cause the scent to be more pronounced and linger much longer, as six photo snuffs like super kailash use paraffin oil it applies to that as well yes. 
  • I'd be very interested in learning about a very low nicotine snuff as I use tobacco primarily for the other alkaloids found in the plant more so than the nicotine.  While I enjoy a small amount of nicotine too much can be overstimulating, I was neve…
  • That's a good point on the essential oils, someone had compared to Super Kailash to an "Indian SP", as I haven't had the opportunity to try an SP yet I placed a small order, I've heard the heavy essential oils in it provide it with a similar texture…