Do Cigarettes Actually Cause Lung Cancer? – You will be Surprised after Reading This!

You should certainly make a difference between cigarettes with a chemical poison and the ones made from natural tobacco!

Prof. Dr. Gerhard Schrauzer gave sworn statement that there is no ingredient in tobacco smoke which has been proven to cause lung cancer:

“No one has ever even in laboratory conditions, achieved to cause lung cancer in animals using only tobacco smoke”.  

On each cigarette box that is for sale there is horrifying warning that smoking causes lung cancer, lip cancer, tongue cancer and more. Still, even though cigarettes kill, they continue to be sold legally in large quantities.

Furthermore, tobacco for decades was considered as a medicine. But people, 50 years ago came to realize that it can be deadly. Earlier healing capacity of the tobacco were also generally accepted.

By the early 20th century almost every inhabitant of the upper class in Europe smoked. The pipe was part of the equipment of the English gentleman. With his pipe Sherlock Holmes solved mystery crimes. Churchill led wars with cigarette; artists with the same generated their greatest arts and lung cancer hardly existed.

The entire turnaround occurred on July 16, 1945 at 5:30 pm; when in the air over New Mexico, exploded the first nuclear bomb with a force of 21,000 tons of TNT.

Some scientists initially considered that this bomb would release 5,000 tons of TNT. After the explosion it was calculated that the same was twice time stronger with 10,000 tons of TNT.

Later it was shown that the energy that was released from 21,000 tons of TNT was four times greater than the first time predicted. Within seconds billions of deadly radioactive particles were dispersed through the atmosphere to an altitude of 10 kilometers.

By inhalation of only one such particle you can destroy your lung tissue. It desperately begins to defend it cells, until all stores of vitamin B17 are fully spend. This is when the process of duplication of the cells cannot be controlled, so called lung cancer.

Therefore, if just one such particle falls on your skin, skin cancer appears. This is proven in laboratories where they have these radioactive particles tested on animals. The results were clear, each mouse and dog in contact with such particle got cancer or even died.

The question is now – How many of these particles exist in the atmosphere?  

Before Russia, the US and England on August 5, 1963, ended the nuclear tests in the atmosphere. Before the ban on above-ground nuclear testing, these countries carried out 711 atmospheric nuclear tests.

These irresponsible criminals contaminated the atmosphere with more than 715 billion kilograms of radioactive material.

That is enough to cause lung or skin cancer 117 times on every person on earth. With this assessment in public came former operative J. Vials. In the period of the next ten years, number of deaths from cancer in the district of the fall of the atomic bombs on Hiroshima and Nagasaki tripled.

Professor Theodore Simon from Fraser University says that in smokers saliva forms a thin layer of tissue; which is protection against radioactive particles; it stops them into penetrating the tissue. Thus radioactive particle remain in the protective layer, after a while they could be discarded from the tissue.

However, number of columnists and editors of global media attacked these arguments. As they say, for such research this professor received 5 million dollars from tobacco companies.

Chemicals used by the tobacco industry:

  • Sulfur – for intense yellow color.
  • Preparations based on lead – adjusts the taste of the cigarettes.
  • Antifreeze – to balance the moisture in the cigarettes.
  • Titanium dioxide – for the ash to be white.
  • Asbestos Fibers – ash doesn’t crush.
  • Radioactive polonium 210 – in the cultivation of tobacco, in order to increase the harvests.

“On average in one cigarette, there are about 4,000 different chemicals”.

These are some of them:


Acetone – Among other things it is used for removing nail polish.

Ammonia – Some scientists have a theory that the same is added to cigarettes to increase the dependence on them. Otherwise it is also a part of various cleaning products.

Benzene – Derived from coal and petroleum, related with leukemia and cancers.

Cadmium – It is highly toxic metal, used in making batteries. It causes liver, kidney and brain cancer.

Carbon monoxide – It is a poisonous gas, the most common gas in cigarette smoke. For people who smoke for a long time, it replaces oxygen in the bloodstream up to 15%.

Formaldehyde – highly toxic gas used to preserve the dead bodies from decay and rot. It can also cause cancer and skin problems.

Nicotine – It is addictive as heroin and cocaine. 60 mg placed directly on the tongue will kill the person on the spot.

Tar – It is deposited in the lungs. Each year, the average smoker has settled down around a cup of coffee in its lungs.

Hydrogen cyanide – It is one of the most toxic chemicals in cigarette smoke. Short-term exposure may also cause dizziness, headache and vomiting.

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