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Hemp-flavored tobacco

Flavor tobacco with legal hemp leaves
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Hookah and pipe smokers can obtain tobacco in a variety of flavors from apple to vanilla. For reformed heads and people who "just like the taste," rmutt suggests hemp-flavored tobacco, made by mixing tobacco with hemp leaves. The latter should be cheaply available as a by-product of commercial hemp fiber production. Because these have insignificant amounts of THC and other cannabinoids, the resultant blend would be no more intoxicating than normal tobacco, and thus legal, at least prima facie. If hemp-flavored tobacco cigarettes were sold, the predictable outrage would once again underscore the nonsensical nature of the war on some drugs.
rmutt, Jul 24 2002

Unrefined Oil http://store.yahoo....nut/hempnutoil.html
C - th - rough cigarette dressing. [reensure, Jul 25 2002]


       I've seen 100% hemp rolling papers, and they smell nothing like the real thing when burned by themselves. I don't know if adding hemp to tobacco would make it smell anything like the real thing.   

       "It's not a war on drugs, it's a war on personal freedom, that's what it is. Keep that in mind at all times." -RIP Bill Hicks 1961-1994
Mr Burns, Jul 24 2002

       Well, remember there's a lot of processing before something turns into paper. So burning paper smells only remotely like burning wood (the source for most paper pulp). Rmutt maintains that burning hemp leaves smell and taste a lot like "the real thing" (not that there's anything unreal about hemp).
rmutt, Jul 24 2002

       As long as the Skunkbud and Pokololo flavor is an option... uh, not that I know anything about that sort of thing. *Slap* Quiet Evil dag, *Slap* Quiet.
dag, Jul 24 2002

       Oh, come on - I'm sure we've had this one at least once already this year.. havn't we?
yamahito, Jul 25 2002


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