There are around 4000 different chemicals found in the average cigarette, 50 of which are known to cause cancer. DDT, a banned insecticide and cyanide, a deadly poison are found in cigarettes. They also contain the rat poison arsenic, formaldehyde used to preserve dead bodies, nail polish remover or acetone, and hydrogen cyanide, the gas used to execute prisoners in the gas chamber.
Cigarette smoke contains up to 4000 chemicals, including 43 carcinogenic compounds and 400 other toxins. Hydrogen cyanide and DDT join arsenic, formaldehyde, ammonia, nicotine and tar as denizens of a smoker’s lungs and the surrounding air. The full list of ingredients can be found at the site listed below.
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