A National Institute of Drug Abuse Study suggests that people who are trying to quit smokeless tobacco may benefit from using commercially available nicotine-free herbal snuffs. The products seem to help people quit by reducing withdrawal symptoms and satisfy the need for having something in their mouths, however they have not shown to help with staying quit long term.
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