Bottom Line: Studies in rats show that the active ingredient in Garcinia Cambogia can inhibit a fat producing enzyme called Citrate Lyase and increase serotonin levels, leading to significant weight loss. A Look at Some Human Studies Fortunately, I also found several human studies on Garcinia Cambogia.
All of these studies are so-called randomized controlled trials, which are the gold standard of scientific experiments in humans.
Jun 29, · Yes, it's bad because smoking paper is just absolutely ridiculous. No, because since you didn't inhale (I'm trusting that you really didn't) there's no smoke entering the lungs. However, if the paper roll you're smoking is short then you can scar your trachea from the heat of the paper directlenders.ml: Resolved.
While smoking paper is not as hazardous as smoking tobacco, any type of smoke inhalation is still unhealthy. Smoking paper with ink or other chemicals on it is more hazardous than smoking untreated paper.
just stop trust me! smoke inhillation is just bad and why are u smoking paper anyways thats just dumb their is nothing fun about it. if it calmes u down or something its not the paper its just the fact that your repeatidly inhaling and exhaling. but dont do it its just bad and lame:p im not saying ur lame:) but theirs nuthin cool about it. So smoking, in general, is bad. Did you ever try to burn a printer paper? They catch fire quickly, and burn in no time. Right? That is in great part due to the chemicals added to them to keep them the way they are, and if you are to smoke them then you’ll inhale those chemicals. So, smoking printer paper is bad.
Yes, because inhaling the ink in your system can get you high. Also it can give you different kinds of cancer. Also smoking paper is something that can kill you like a cigarettes just without the. It's a process to clean the paper & make it white. If OP can roll it single layer thin, with really light paper, it really shouldn't be that bad. I would be more worried about the ink, but that's likely soy based with little to no added carcinogens.