Focuses on harm reduction research and development to
reduce the harm from tobacco consumption
Established in 2001, ITHRRC (INTERNATIONAL TOBACCO HARM REDUCTION
RESEARCH CENTER) has been focusing on researching the technology, craftsmanship
and products of tobacco production and processing.
The research area of ITHRRC ranges from tobacco cultivation to smoke creation,
including tobacco cultivation, curing, cigarette production, and relevant testing.
Based on the goal of "green, ecological, high quality and safe tobacco production" and driven by the "personalized, differentiated" raw material demand of the tobacco brand, a raw material base was established to improve the quality of tobacco and the company's supply capacity.
1. Nicotine is naturally present in tobacco. It has pharmacological effects, including increasing heart rate and blood pressure.
2. Nicotine is addictive and not risk-free.
3. Nicotine is not the main cause of smoking-related diseases, but other chemicals in the smoke are.
Atomized smoke oil as a replacement for traditional tobacco
Combining novel tobacco flavor enrichment technology and structured component perfuming technology, simulating a light cigarette incense reminiscent of their components, the stylized characteristics of electronic cigarette......
Natural plant extract microcapsules and cigarette filters containing natural plant extract microcapsules
Technical problem solved: Reducing harmful components in cigarette smoke.
The natural plant extract microcapsule consists of 1-1.5 parts natural plant extract and 1-2 parts capsule......
Combustion is a problem, but reducing the harm of it would not be one.
Smoking is known to be harmful and can lead to smoke-related diseases, but not everyone knows why. While people smoke, the burning of tobacco creates a complex mixture of what we call smoke, which contains flavors of the tobacco blend, as well as nicotine that is naturally present in the tobacco leaves. Consumers enjoy these elements in smoke when they are smoking.
However, the same burning processes that release tobacco flavor and nicotine also produce more than 6,000 chemicals, of which about 100 have been identified as causes or potential causes of smoking-related diseases such as lung cancer, cardiovascular disease, and emphysema.
The goal of the ITHRRC is to find practical ways to reduce the harm of combustion.
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