Other Tobacco Products
This CDC factsheet provides information on the health effects of bidis (thin hand-rolled cigarettes) and kreteks (also called clove cigarettes). Both have higher concentrations of nicotine, tar, and carbon monoxide than conventional cigarettes sold in the United States.
Images and descriptions of alternate nicotine delivery products that have been developed by tobacco companies, pharmaceutical companies and entrepreneurs. Products portrayed in the Tobacco Atlas are aligned along the continuum of harm.
This World Health Organization report provides information on trends in tobacco use, health effects of tobacco use, and the forms of tobacco. Refer to pages 16-31 for information on rolls of tobacco, pipes, and oral or smokeless tobacco.
This report from the Campaign for Tobacco-Free Kids, American Heart Association, American Lung Association, and ACS-CAN discusses product design and marketing tactics used by the tobacco industry to attract and retain customers.