this is what i found;
According to "The Facts About Smoking." University of Rochester.
"Several different factors can affect the rate of metabolism and
excretion of nicotine. Measurements of nicotine or its by-products
will vary depending on the fluid being measured (blood, urine, or
saliva). In general, a regular smoker will have nicotine or cotinine
present in the body for about three to four days."
From "Q and A - Drugs."
"Nicotine is a very unstable drug. When a person uses tobacco (whether
in cigarettes or in skoal), the body immediately breaks nicotine down
into about 97 different metabolites, the most stable of which is
Skiing isn't a habit. It's passion and it will always be so!!
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