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They’re threaded through a rice ball framed by shiso leaves, lending a green scent and hint of menthol.
Its board banned the sale of menthol cigarettes and other flavored tobacco, which voters will consider in June.
The menthol in peppermint acts as a natural cough suppressant, while ravintsara and laurel leaf both contain cineole, which can reduce cough frequency.
Extra attention will fall on menthol, the only cigarette flavor permitted by Congress under the 2009 law that brought tobacco under FDA regulation.
Researchers attributed this to the effect menthol (the ingredient that makes gum minty fresh) has on taste buds — think about how an orange would taste right after brushing your teeth.
Federal health officials are taking a closer look at flavors in tobacco products that appeal to young people, particularly menthol-flavored cigarettes, which have escaped regulation despite nearly a decade of government scrutiny.
The second coat is black beans, boiled, pulverized and then simmered with a crumble of toasted avocado leaves, which lend an almost menthol buzz.
Unique tasting in its strong menthol notes, with cedar also very prominent.
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MENTHOL Defined for English Language Learners
Definition of menthol for English Language Learners
: an oil made from mint that has a strong smell and that is used in candies, cigarettes, and especially medicines for sore throats
MENTHOL Defined for Kids
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