Smokeless Tobacco and Vapour Products in Indonesia
The tradition of consuming smokeless tobacco in Indonesia is called nginang, which is popular only amongst old women residing in rural areas. They mix and chew several ingredients, including sliced tobacco, piper betel leaf or sirih, the extract of the herb Uncariae Ramuluset Uncus or gambir, and betel nut and slaked lime or kapur sirih. This tradition is perceived to be useful for whitening and strengthening the teeth, and sometimes as a breath freshener. Over the review period, however, the tr...
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