Nitoctine content in cigarettes varies. A little research will go a long way when deciding which brands to use based on the nicotine content in cigarettes.
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If you are already a smoker, read the side label of your cigarette pack to find out the level of nicotine.
If you are not a smoker, or your particular brand of cigarettes does not provide this information (although most certified brands in the USA have the amount on the pack) use internet resources to find the amount. Use either the website of the company that produced the cigarettes, or use a Federal Trade Commission report, which usually covers how much nicotine is in most brands of cigarettes.
Compare the amounts. Either go by the list, or by the knowledge that the average cigarette in the United States contains about 9 mg of nicotine. Using this knowledge, you can make an informed decision on the amount of nicotine in a cigarette in comparison with other cigarettes.
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