Smoking Hemp vs Tobacco- What’s Better For Your Health?

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Is Smoking Both Hemp and Tobacco Safe?

Although more research is needed, there is some evidence that combining smoke from both hemp and tobacco increases the risk of damaging your lungs.

Smoking Hemp vs. Tobacco: Which is Better?

Tobacco: Pros and Cons

Tobacco is carcinogenic; it can cause lung, mouth, esophagus, and other types of cancer.
Tobacco is toxic, pollutes, and damages the environment.
Nicotine in tobacco is addictive.
Tobacco — mostly through smoking cigarettes — kills more than 480,000 Americans a year. [5] Cigarettes cause premature wrinkles.
Tobacco is expensive.

Smoking causes bad breath and stained teeth.

Tobacco production is good for the economy
Tobacco may have a role in preventing Parkinson’s, obesity, and doesn’t have a connection to some cancer types.

Hemp: Pros and Cons

Smoking hemp is not healthy for your lungs. So, vaping, edibles, oils, and other methods are great alternatives to smoking.
Compounds in hemp, such as cannabidiol (CBD), can interact with prescription medications.


Hemp production is great for the economy.
Hemp is the only plant that could eliminate foreign oil dependency and save the forest.
Hemp has healing effects.
Hemp doesn’t pollute the environment.
Hemp has a very short growing cycle.
Hemp can be consumed in different ways that are not harmful to the body.
Hemp flower helps with anxiety, pain, depression, sleeping problems, etc.
Hemp flower doesn’t cause addiction.
Hemp doesn’t have severe side-effects.
Hemp flower doesn’t get you high.
Hemp smoke is not as bad a tobacco’s.

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