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What could that have been?

I roll my own cigarettes. Yesterday I opened a new bag of tobacco and it was mixed with tiny little clear fibers, somewhat crystalline. Today, when I checked them, the fibers where gone! dissolved after I unsealed the bag or something. Any clue?

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It could be some be some desiccant ( a drying agent) added to keep the tobacco dry. When you opened the container, it absorbed moisture and turned colorless. It is probably still there even though you can't see it anymore. Don't worry, it should be harmless. Hope this helps.

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Good theory.
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It's a hint/message to tell you to stop smoking before you get mouth/lung cancer. Joking, none of my business, maybe magic really does exist :o .

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Well, chewing tobacco has tiny tiny pieces of glass that keep you addicted, that's all I know

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