Does Shisha have nicotine?

Answer

According to the Mayo Clinic, shisha typically consists of specially prepared tobacco that naturally contains nicotine. Shisha smokers inhale around as much nicotine as cigarette smokers, making shisha a potential cause of tobacco addiction. Shisha smoking sessions last around 60 minutes, exposing smokers to far more smoke than cigarettes do.

A University of Alberta news article notes that so-called herbal shisha is manufactured and used in establishments that the government has banned from selling tobacco shisha. Herbal shisha, which can contain numerous hazardous substances, is not necessarily safer than tobacco shisha. Shisha smoking in enclosed public establishments is a controversial issue. Lebanon and Syria do not allow shisha smoking in enclosed spaces.

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