How will rolling my own cigaretttes cause me to smoke less?
The nicotine in real tobacco content isn't thinned out with added ingredients. One cig keeps me good for hours. I went from almost 2 packs a day to about 7-10 cigs a day.
How ya been, Phantom? How's the family?
Loose tobacco is just that: loose tobacco.
Big Tobacco adds a lot of extra "stuff" that really isn't necessary. But I notice too that I don't have the need to keep smoking after I am finished with one.
There is nothing in my tobacco that leaves me craving for more. So, it's a win-win situation.
I used to smoke store-bought cigarettes until I switched to roll-your-own a few months back.
When I kept a pack on my desk, I smoked more than I did when I left the pack in another room. Just the minor inconvenience of having to go to another room to get each one cut down my smoking by quite a bit.
Now that I'm rolling my own (one at a time) and keeping the machine in another room, I've realized that I'm smoking even less than that.
Better tobacco + lower price + smoking less