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Hypnosis Denver – 15 Random Facts About Smoking
1. Smoking tobacco emerged from religious ceremonies in the Americas and was probably initially restricted to only shamans, priests, and medicine men. Both in ancient America and in sixteenth-century Europe, “holy smoke” from tobacco was thought to help cure illness and drive out evil spirits.
2. In ancient America, tobacco was chewed, drunk as tea, inhaled as a powder-like snuff, and consumed as a jelly—but smoking tobacco was by far the most popular.
3. Smoking tobacco was thought to cure syphilis in the mid-sixteenth century in Europe.
4. Sir Walter Raleigh took his pipe with him to the scaffold when he was beheaded in 1618.c
5. The term “smoking” wasn’t established until the late seventeenth century. Before then, it was often referred to as “Dry Drunkenness.”
6. Urea, a chemical compound found in urine, is added to cigarettes for extra flavor.
7. Sugar and cocoa are often added to cigarettes, a fact many diabetic smokers are unaware of.
8. Nicotine is named after Jean Nicot, the French ambassador to Portugal who brought tobacco and smoking to the French court in the mid-sixteenth century as a medicine.
9. The cigarette and cigar are recognized phallic symbols and several Internet sites are devoted to smoking fetishisms and ironically, smoking has been directly linked to sexual impotence.
10. A British survey found that nearly 99% of women did not know the link between smoking and cervical cancer.
11. Ambergris (whale vomit) has been added to cigarettes for flavor.
12 .Anti-cigarette activist and automaker Henry Ford popularized the term “The Little White Slaver” in reference to the cigarette in the early twentieth century. Both Henry Ford and Thomas A. Edison objected to cigarettes and refused to hire anyone who smoked them, on or off the job.
13. Because so many soldiers smoked cigarettes, WWI helped legitimate cigarettes by linking them to an icon of manliness and civic virtue.
14. During WWI, Americans were asked to send cigarettes to soldiers as part of the war effort. During WWII, cigarettes were part of soldiers’ rations.
15. French anthropologist and ethnologist Claude Levi-Strauss argues that people smoking tobacco together reinforces personal relationships and often serves as a type of social initiation.
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