common tobacco

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Synonyms for common tobacco

tall erect South American herb with large ovate leaves and terminal clusters of tubular white or pink flowers

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The study found that smokeless tobacco products were the second-most common tobacco products ingested by children, and such products represent an increasing proportion of tobacco ingestion among children younger than 5.
Studies in rural children with low socio-economic status (indicating low educational level of parents) have found children starting to use tobacco by 10 years in Gujarat, Karnataka and Tamil Nadu (28), or even before age five, in Goa, where the most common tobacco products used by children were for brushing teeth (mishri and creamy snuff), as learnt in the family (29).
but has not been evaluated for resistance to common tobacco diseases.
6%) were the second most common tobacco product, followed by smokeless tobacco (6.