Heating cigarette, fired tobacco - a product for smoking, consisting of a heater and tied sticks.
The shaft that is inserted into the holder is made from small tobacco rods that are primed and then dissolved with added glycols, folded into tobacco sheets, which are then wrapped with a rod shape. Tobacco wand closes it to a heating pad, which heats the tobacco to a relatively lower temperature (~ 260 ° C) than in conventional cigarettes (up to 900 ° C). Including smoked tobacco smoke that contains nicotine and other chemicals, including carcinogens, is similar to the smoking of a regular cigarette.
There is no reliable evidence to show that these products are less harmful to health than other cigarettes.
Public statements that tobacco products are not harmful to health are solely based on the results of research carried out by the tobacco industry alone, there is no reliable independent evidence supporting such claims. There is not enough current research to measure the level of health damage to these products. According to some scientists, soda ash tobacco is as harmful as traditional cigarettes.
The first market in 1988 The product of the incandescent tobacco appeared at the company R. J. Reynolds' Smoke Cigarettes Premier. Most smoker cigarettes were described as uncomfortable and unpleasant taste. They looked like traditional cigarettes and heated up nicotine aerosols.
Philip Morris International 1998 introduced a cigarette installed in Accord's heating appliance. The battery powered device was a pager size. 2007 Philip Morris introduced the Heatbar product to the market. This mobile-size device has enriched the specially designed cigarettes instead of burning it. The only advantage of these cigarettes was the reduced risk of passive smoking.
Increasing dissatisfaction with the weakness of the throat caused by electronic cigarettes encourages large tobacco companies to develop and improve incandescent tobacco products.