What’s in the “Fire Safe” cigarettes anyways?
Sodium Metasilicate Na2 SiO3, also known as water glass or liquid glass, it is used for metal and automotive repair, adhesives, disabling car engines, drilling fluids, concrete sealer, high temperature insulation, dyes, detergents, and waterproofing.
Ethylene Vinyl Acetate A thermoplastic used in hot glue procedures such as carpeting, foam rubber, and manufacturing of solar panels. Test results available, conducted on rodents, clearly show the risks associated with 'Ethylene Vinyl Acetate copolymer emulsion based adhesive' to be a 'highly carcinogenic substance' triggering the cellular proliferation necessary for tumor development.
Not to mention the fallout from Fukishima that is on all broad based leaves harvested for consumer consumption. Even if you’re smoking “Natural cigarettes”, you’re ingesting radiation also.