rom The Washington Examiner:

A new generation of “heat-not-burn” tobacco products could offer of a breakthrough for harm reduction, appealing to smokers where e-cigarettes and nicotine replacement therapies have failed.

According to a report by Edward Anselm, a senior fellow at the R Street Institute, the potential benefits of HNB products are a massive reduction and potential elimination of lethal compounds that plague regular tobacco smoke.

The essential idea behind HNB is that tobacco is heated to produce an inhalable vapor which gives the user the flavor of tobacco and the nicotine they desire without the deadly chemicals that form when tobacco is burned.

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