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There's a wealth of information available to us all when it comes to smoking and quitting. I'm glad you're looking into this kind of stuff. Every little bit helps you quit and stay quit. Knowledge is power!

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Interesting, I used or ate many of things listed on a regular basis -- wonder if had/has helped me in any way?

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Martin I can’t hurt. Lord knows our ancestors used all kinds of things to heal themselves. 

I love tomatoes. I eat them a lot. 

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Aww my poor lungs !!!!!.....I dread to think what they looked like ...after smoking 52 years ...

2 burnt kippers I imagine ...hopefully they have mended some over the years Smoke Free...

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