What is in a Nicotine Pouch?
Unlike whole leaf tobacco or the ground tobacco material found in snus, pouches are filled with synthetic nicotine. The also include pH modifiers to improve absorption, shelf stability enhancers and flavors. The filler and the pouch are made from plant cellulose.
Guide to Using a Nicotine Pouch
Using a nicotine pouch could not be easier. Here is how it is done.
After opening can, take one nicotine pouch and place it under your lip. Nicotine pouches are quite compact. Once flattened against your gum, or “parked”, they because unnoticeable whether you are talking or laughing. A nicotine pouch fits easily under the upper or lower lip.
A slight tingling sensation is associated with using a nicotine pouch, which occurs as the flavors and nicotine are released. It will start almost instantly and usually subsides within fifteen minutes.
How Long to Keep In
While an initiate may want to limit their use to fifteen minutes at first, some nicotine pouches can last up to an hour.
How Do Nicotine Pouches Work?
Nicotine is slowly released into the bloodstream. Once the flavoring dissipates, you have absorbed the nicotine and can safely dispose of the pouch.
Disposing of Nicotine Pouches
Dispose of nicotine pouches responsibly. The pouches are non-recyclable and should be placed in the general trash. Do not litter, nicotine pouch cans have a compartment on the lid for temporary storage. Use a closed garbage can to keep used pouches out of the reach of children and animals, as it will still contain traces of nicotine.
The actual plastic canister is recyclable but make sure you remove any used pouches.
Nicotine is an addictive chemical. This product is intended for use by current smokers, smokeless tobacco users, and vapers. If you experience side effects like gum irritation, soreness, or nausea discontinue use.