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** Dipping tobacco **

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*Dipping tobacco*, traditionally referred to as *moist snuff*, is a type of
finely ground or shredded, moistened smokeless tobacco product. It is
commonly and idiomatically known by various terms—most often as *dip*
and sometimes as *rub*. It is used by placing a lump or "dip" of tobacco
between the lip and the gum. The act of using it is called /dipping/,
/packing/ or more specifically /packing a lip/, or /packing a lipper/. Dip
is colloquially called "chew", "snuff", "chaw", "daps", "baccer", "spit
tobacco", or "mouth tobacco", among other terms; because of this, it is
sometimes confused with other tobacco products—namely chewing tobacco
or nasal/dry snuff.

Dipping tobacco is often referred to as *smokeless tobacco*. However, this
may be a misnomer, as the phrase is something of an umbrella term that
could refer to any type of tobacco product that does not require smoking in
order for it to be used.


· 1 History
· 2 Etymology and terminology
· 3 Cut sizes
· 4 Health issues

· 4.1 Effects
· 4.2 Long-term effects
· 4.3 Cardiovascular effects
· 4.4 Addiction potential
· 4.5 Additives

· 5 List of brands


Source: en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Dipping_tobacco

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