Ingredients Used For Nicotine Pouch

The products do not contain any tobacco whatsoever but do however contain nicotine that is extracted from the Nicotiana tabacum plant. A unique blend of natural fibers, fresh flavors, nicotine, and a small amount of chewing gum base gives the portion bags an optimal softness that fits discreetly under your lip.

Nicotine pouches often contain food-grade fillers, water, salt, flavorings, and nicotine. The nicotine content among nicotine pouch brands differs per pouch. Nicotine pouches are sold in an array of fruit flavors such as black cherry and citrus. Other flavors include peppermint and coffee.

A perfect combination of revolutionary ideas and the best of the traditional Swedish snus. Low moist, soft fit, discrete – but still delivers a fresh flavor and a great nicokick.

The most popular flavor of nicotine pouch is mint, and most brands will offer a mint option. Licorice is another popular flavor but snus also comes in fruity flavors like lemon, lime, and citrus and unusual flavors like Zyn’s Northern Woods, Göteborgs Rapé Cloudberry, or On! Coffee. The nicotine content of snus also varies from the average of 8g per gram all the way up to the massive “kick like a mule” 43 mg of nicotine per gram that can be found in Siberia’s -80 degrees brown portion. With portions also available in different sizes from mini to large, there’s a snus for everyone!


You can get more information about nicotine pouches at Swedishsnus, where they provide articles related to nicotine pouches so that you will know everything you need to know about these products. Their articles are perfect for newbies who don’t know anything about nicotine pouch yet but also users who are looking for some fun facts or in-depth information.

Snus is a smokeless tobacco product that originated in Scandinavia and it is widely used particularly in Sweden. It is available in a tea bag-like pouch that is inserted between the top lip and the gum so that the nicotine is absorbed gradually over a period of time. 

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