How much nicotine is in a Marlboro cigarette?


According to the Massachusetts Department of Public Health, Marlboro cigarettes have nicotine in the high range, which is greater than 1.2 mg per cigarette. The department reports a range of nicotine because people's smoking habits differ, and no one number fully represents what any one person will inhale.

The health department in Massachusetts requires that companies report on the amount of nicotine in cigarettes sold in that state. Massachusetts has noted that the amounts of nicotine in cigarettes increased between 1998 and 2004. They also state in their report that cigarettes are designed so that most people will cover the tiny vent holes in the filter while smoking. That results in less air mixing in and more tar and nicotine, which is highly addictive, being inhaled. Additionally, their 2004 data showed that the amount of nicotine in full flavor, medium, light or ultra light cigarettes is basically the same.

Q&A Related to "How much nicotine is in a Marlboro cigarette?"
Currently, Marlboro cigarettes carry the amount of 0.019 mg of nicotine
Marlboro Light has 0.8 mg nicotine per cigarette while Marlboro Red has 1.2 mg per cigarette.
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