Tobacco Addiction

Let’s take a moment to get real!

…anyone who doesn’t realize by now that smoking causes health problems has a seriously reduced level of brain function, so admonitions based on health issues are in many cases of no value. The idea that smoking will make us wrinkled and ugly is for some perhaps a bit more functional, depending on our level of vanity. The idea that smoking will cause us to be criticized or rejected only makes us sneaky. So while these facts are sometimes useful, many smoking behaviors seem out of reach of logic.

The intention of this article is to provide a one stop resource with some of the most valuable available materials (which can be bookmarked for easy access), and are here for use by those who find this type of material helpful. (I placed the best last, so don’t miss the final section)… Thankfully, there is a worldwide effort to discourage smoking, shrinking the number of places one can smoke, prohibiting seductive advertising, and requiring packages to state simply: SMOKING KILLS. Canada even requires graphic disease photos on cigarette packs (an example is found elsewhere in this material).

My own smoking career began with imitating icons like James Dean Needleless Acupuncture

It’s fascinating to see the popularity of a product which, if used according to the manufacturers instructions, kills half of it’s users. It is difficult to watch friends cigarette by cigarette creating chronic diseased states which, eventually can excluded them from even the simplest pleasures of going for a walk or swimming, all because they refuse to enjoy the subtleties of breathing unless it is done through a chemically laced tobacco stick, all the while, cheerfully stuffing money into the pockets of some of the most noxious corporate entities on our planet.

I have shamelessly and gleefully stolen, modified, and manipulated content, with no hint of recognition of sources, except for my friends Sarito and Linda, recognizing that being sued for plagiarism would simply attract more attention to the problem. As a former heavy smoker, I am not someone who shuns smokers, or has a strong reaction to someone smoking near me, unless in a closed space. I would simply like to provide some helpful tools, which I was not aware of when I was a smoker.

My own smoking ‘career’ began with imitating icons like James Dean, and the Marlboro man (before he died of lung cancer)…..I smoked heavily for several years. Marlboros>Tareytons> Drum>Alas,etc. I then discovered yoga and pranayama and quit for several years…. Then while working in a western medical clinic, which was offering stop smoking treatments myself and my associate began to be tempted by the baskets of tobacco products left by those who were receiving “ treatments”. First smoking once in a while, then daily, then continuously. Being hypocritical did little for my self image. When I finally stopped in 1985, I thought it would be very difficult to be deprived of the ‘joy’ of smoking, but, later wondered how I ever tolerated it. I had tried many ploys such as only smoking outside (in winter), only buying two cigarettes, only smoking while standing, etc. All of which accomplished several things : allowing me to continue to smoke; keeping me bound to my ‘war’ with smoking; allowing me to avoid the real issue of learning to breathe; and giving me the opportunity to sink more heavily into feelings of failure. I was of course aware of the issues: stinking breath, lung diseases, skin wrinkles, decreased endurance, being offensive to non-smokers, loss of respect of others who could not understand why anyone would smoke, given what we know about its effects, and of couse cost. In those days the cost was minimal. Today the cost at Guatemalan prices for Marlboro’s is $8000 for 10 years and US price $20,000, + of course medical and dental costs.

Still, the habit imbeds deeply and has associations that trigger the urge. One of my personal favorite triggers was stress, but I was never able to determine exactly how punishing my lungs was going to solve a stressful situation, never mind. Another was desk jobs, where I was immersed in telephone and paperwork. Luckily I was able to stop working at desk jobs or who knows, I might still be smoking.

There are many kinds of ‘triggers’ for smoking: ritual smokers who smoke after eating, after sex, when having a coffee, talking on the telephone, doing paperwork etc., oral smokers who want to put something to their lips; those who need something to do with their hands; nicotine addicted (less common than might be imagined), those who have a mental association with relaxation (taking a ‘break’), or smoking because of boredom.

Do you identify more with smokers or non-smokers???

One of the most interesting ‘triggers’ can be observed at parties. People who almost never smoke otherwise, but are feeling uncomfortable and stressed by the social setting, feel more secure taking a deep tension relieving breath if it’s done through a cigarette.

There are a myriad of solutions available, some of which will be listed here, but if one struggles with smoking, it keeps smoking center stage on one’s mental “screen”. Some of the most effective methods consist of replacing “quitting smoking” with “learning to breathe”, or exercise, or some other enjoyable activity, replacing thoughts about smoking, with attention to what you are using to replace it.

Would you, if speaking to a young person that you particularly like, advise them to start smoking to improve their life? Many people purport to be aware of the risks of smoking but clearly are not inhabiting the day to day reality of one who can barely walk 50 yards because of shortness of breath and continues to live 20 more years. Once one sees someone who spends years virtually bedridden, it leaves an indelible imprint.

One of the ‘gains’ is the tremendous boost that comes from no longer being the helpless stooge of corporate parasites, whose only desire is to enrich themselves by the vehicle of your ignorance of the chemicals cocktails they use to addict you, in reality creating a drug addict…..YOU.

Focusing on fear of damage to your health often does nothing more than make one more nervous, or anxious increasing the desire to smoke. Also it can seem like a real sacrifice to leave this familiar “companion” who is always there for you. Perhaps a funeral ceremony is called for to let go of this “friend” once and for all.

For those who need to be challenged by difficult tasks, (number 6 enneagram?), try these: Figures show only 5 of 100 smokers actually quit permanently so perhaps it’s really hopeless to try. The reality is that damage occurs so gradually, that by time the damage has accumulated it is virtually irreversible so one may as well continue. And of course, “I know lots of people who have smoked for years and have had no problems.”

There is of course the possibility that you will be like “uncle Joe” who smoked all his life and was never sick. However, if someone offered you an investment whose odds of of returning a profit were the same as your odds of not suffering health problems from long term smoking would you put all of your money into it???

In reality, within 12 hours after you have your last cigarette, your body will begin to heal itself. The levels of carbon monoxide and nicotine in your system will decline rapidly, and body begins to repair itself, but instead of feeling better right away, you may feel worse for a while. It's important to understand that healing is a process; it begins immediately, but it continues over time. These "withdrawal pangs" are really symptoms of the recovery process.

I was never able to determine exactly how punishing my lungs was going to solve anything.

Immediately after quitting, many ex-smokers experience "symptoms of recovery" such as temporary weight gain caused by fluid retention, irregularity, (since nicotine act as a laxative), and dry, sore gums or tongue. You may feel edgy, hungry, more tired, and more short-tempered than usual and have trouble sleeping and notice that you are coughing a lot. These symptoms are the result of your body clearing itself of nicotine, a powerful addictive chemical. Most nicotine is gone from the body in 2-3 days.

One classic defense tactic used by smokers is to take on a hostile attitude toward those who criticize our smoking, “showing” them that they can’t take away our freedom (to be enslaved).

Most nicotine is gone from the body in 2-3 days

Take a course of instruction in Pranayama or Qigong.

Visit a place where smoking is not allowed, for two or three days.

Visit someone who has emphysema and notice their oxygen tank, which will perhaps allow them to ‘live’ a long time.

Take a simple emphysema test: hold a lighted match at arms length and with your mouth open as if you were going to bite an apple, try to blow out the match.

Visit for a free online lung test. which only takes 2 minutes

Sit with a small child on your lap and speak to them with your mouth near their face and ask them how your breath smells (an optional but effective form of child abuse).

There are many aids to help one to quit smoking: stop smoking drugs, hypnotism, acupuncture, DVD’s, EFT, books, electronic cigarette substitutes, herbal mixtures, etc.

What Are The Benefits of Quitting Smoking?

It is possible to talk yourself out of quitting by believing that your tobacco use is not a serious addiction. Here's a quick quiz to help gauge the seriousness of your tobacco use. If you answer "yes" to three or more of the following questions, your smoking may be more than just a compulsion.

Visit a place where smoking is not allowed, for two or three days.


What Are The Benefits of Quitting Smoking? Ever wonder what happens to your body the moment you stop smoking? Within 20 minutes of smoking that last cigarette, the body begins a series of changes that continues for years.











What Are Some Rewards of Quit Smoking!

Immediate Rewards

Within a few days you will probably begin to notice some remarkable changes in your body. Your sense of smell and taste may improve. You will breathe easier, and your smoker's hack will begin to disappear, although you may notice that you will continue to cough for a while. And you will be free from the mess, smell, inconvenience, expense, and dependence of cigarette smoking.

Long-range Benefits

It is important to understand that the long range after-effects of quitting are only temporary and signal the beginning of a healthier life. Now that you've quit, you've added a number of healthy productive days to each year of your life. Most important, you've greatly improved your chances for a longer life. You have significantly reduced your risk of death from heart disease, stroke, chronic bronchitis, emphysema, and several kinds of cancer – not just lung cancer. (Cigarette smoking is responsible every year for approximately 130,000 deaths from cancer, 170,000 deaths from heart disease, and 50,000 deaths from lung disease.)

Other Health Benefits of Quitting Smoking...

Unless otherwise indicated, information in this section comes from Quit Victoria, 1995

What Are The Benefits of Quitting Smoking?

The 1990 Report of the US Surgeon General is devoted to smoking cessation, and has reached the following major conclusions:

British research has confirmed that quitting at any age increases life expectancy, provided that quitting takes place prior to the development of cancer or other serious disease. Those who quit before the age of 35 have a life expectancy that is not significantly different from non-smokers. For those who stop later, the risk is intermediate between non-smokers and continuing smokers. Even those who stop between 65-74 years of age experience age-specific mortality rates beyond age 75 years appreciably lower than those who continue to smoke.

Immediate benefits:

Ten years after stopping smoking, the ex-smoker's risk of developing lung cancer has declined to between 30-50% of the risk in continuing smokers, and risk continues to decline with abstinence. Quitting also lowers the risk of laryngeal cancer, and reduces the extent and severity of premalignant cellular changes in the lining of the larynx and the lungs.
Stopping smoking halves the risk of mouth and oesophageal cancers after five years of quitting. The risk of pancreatic cancer is also reduced, although this may only be measurable after ten years of abstinence. The risk of bladder cancer reduces after a number of years, but studies have conflicting findings about extent. The risk of cervical cancer is substantially lower among former smokers than current smokers, even in the first few years following cessation.
Cardiovascular disease
Smoking cessation greatly reduces the risk of coronary heart disease (CHD). Risk of mortality is reduced by about half one year after cessation, then declines gradually. After around 15 years of abstinence, the risk of CHD is similar to that of never-smokers. For those smokers with diagnosed CHD, stopping smoking appears to reduce the risk of recurrent infarction and cardiovascular death by 50% or more. Smoking cessation substantially reduces the risk of developing peripheral vascular disease, and improves management of the existing condition. Smoking cessation also reduces the risk of ischaemic stroke and subarachnoid haemorrhage.
Respiratory disease
British research has confirmed that quitting at any age increases life expectancy.Stopping smoking reduces rates of respiratory symptoms such as cough, sputum production and wheezing, and respiratory infections such as bronchitis and pneumonia. In smokers with established chronic obstructive pulmonary disease (COPD), stopping smoking improves pulmonary function by about 5% within a few months of cessation. The accelerated decline in lung function in smokers stops with smoking cessation, returning to the far slower rates of decline that naturally occur with ageing. With sustained abstinence, mortality rates from COPD among former smokers decline in comparison to continuing smokers.
The US Surgeon General has stated that 'smoking is probably the most important modifiable cause of poor pregnancy outcome among women in the United States'.
Women who stop smoking before becoming pregnant, or who quit smoking in the first three to four months of pregnancy, have infants with the same birthweight as those born to women who have never smoked. Those women who stop smoking any time up to the 30th week of pregnancy have babies with higher birthweight than those who smoke throughout pregnancy. Reducing the number of cigarettes smoked, rather than quitting completely, does not appear to benefit birthweight of the foetus.
Smoking causes women to reach menopause one to two years early, but former smokers have an age at natural menopause similar to those who have never smoked.
Other disease processes
Smokers have an increased risk of developing duodenal and gastric ulcers. The increased risk is reduced by stopping smoking. Ulcer disease is more severe, less likely to heal, and more likely to recur in smokers. Affected smokers who quit do better than continuing smokers.

Cessation and the older smoker:

As noted above, cessation at any age carries benefits for the smoker, reducing the risk of major disease. Smoking in later life has also been associated with higher rates of physical disability, poorer self-perceived health status, higher levels of depressive symptoms, and lower levels of physical function, bone mineral density, pulmonary function, and muscle strength. Cessation therefore is an important factor in bringing about improvement in general health and well-being.

List of 500+ Ingredients and Additives in a cigarette?
Submitted by Tuesday, 17 June 2008

The list of additives approved by the US Government for use in the manufacture of cigarettes is something every smoker should see. Submitted by the five major American cigarette companies to the Dept. of Health and Human Services in April of 1994, this list of ingredients had long been kept a secret.

Tobacco companies reporting this information were:

It's chilling to think about not only how smokers poison themselves

While these ingredients are approved as additives for foods, they were not tested by burning them, and it is the burning of many of these substances which changes their properties, often for the worse. Over 4000 chemical compounds are created by burning a cigarette, many of which are toxic and/or carcinogenic. Carbon monoxide, nitrogen oxides, hydrogen cyanide and ammonia are all present in cigarette smoke. Forty-three known carcinogens are in mainstream smoke, sidestream smoke, or both.

It’s chilling to think about not only how smokers poison themselves, but what others are exposed to by breathing in the secondhand smoke. The next time you’re missing your old buddy, the cigarette, take a good long look at this list and see them for what they are: a delivery system for toxic chemicals and carcinogens.

Cigarettes offer people only a multitude of smoking-related diseases and ultimately death.

The List

  1. Acetanisole
  2. Benzaldehyde
  3. Benzaldehyde Glyceryl Acetal
  4. Benzoic Acid, Benzoin
  5. Benzoin Resin
  6. Benzophenone
  7. Benzyl Alcohol
  8. Benzyl Benzoate
  9. Benzyl Butyrate
  10. Benzyl Cinnamate
  11. Benzyl Propionate
  12. Benzyl Salicylate
  13. Bisabolene
  14. Borneol
  15. 1,3-Butanediol
  16. 2,3-Butanedione
  17. 1-Butanol
  18. 2-Butanone
  19. 4(2-Butenylidene)-3,5,5-
  20. Butter, Butter Esters, and
    Butter Oil
  21. Butyl Acetate
  22. Butyl Butyrate
  23. Butyl Butyryl Lactate
  24. Butyl Isovalerate
  25. Butyl Phenylacetate
  26. Butyl Undecylenate
  27. 3-Butylidenephthalide
  28. Butyric Acid]
  29. Cadinene
  30. Caffeine
  31. Calcium Carbonate
  32. Camphene
  33. Cananga Oil
  34. Capsicum Oleoresin
  35. Caramel Color
  36. Carbon Dioxide
  37. Cardamom Oleoresin, Extract,
    Seed Oil, and Powder
  38. Carob Bean and Extract
  39. beta-Carotene
  40. Carvacrol
  41. 4-Carvomenthenol
  42. 1-Carvone
  43. beta-Caryophyllene
  44. beta-Caryophyllene Oxid
  45. Acetoin
  46. Acetophenone
  47. 6-Acetoxydihydrotheaspirane
  48. 2-Acetyl-3- Ethylpyrazine
  49. 2-Acetyl-5-Methylfuran
  50. Acetylpyrazine
  51. 2-Acetylpyridine
  52. 3-Acetylpyridine
  53. 2-Acetylthiazole
  54. Aconitic Acid
  55. dl-Alanine
  56. Allyl Hexanoate
  57. Allyl Ionone
  58. Ambergris Tincture
  59. Ammonia
  60. Ammonium Bicarbonate
  61. Ammonium Hydroxide
  62. Ammonium Phosphate Dibasic
  63. Ammonium Sulfide
  64. Amyl Alcohol
  65. Amyl Butyrate
  66. Amyl Formate
  67. Amyl Octanoate
  68. alpha-Amylcinnamaldehyde
  69. Amyris Oil
  70. trans-Anethol
  71. Anisyl Acetate
  72. Anisyl Alcohol
  73. Anisyl Formate
  74. Anisyl Phenylacetate
  75. 1-Arginine
  76. Asafetida Fluid Extract And
  77. 1-Asparagine Monohydrat
  78. Benzaldehyde
  79. Benzaldehyde Glyceryl
  80. Benzoic Acid, Benzoin
  81. Benzoin Resin
  82. Benzophenone
  83. Benzyl Alcohol
  84. Benzyl Benzoate
  85. Benzyl Butyrate
  86. Benzyl Cinnamate
  87. Benzyl Propionate
  88. Cinnamyl Propionate
  89. Citral
  90. Citric Acid
  91. dl-Citronellol
  92. Citronellyl Butyrate
  93. itronellyl Isobutyrate
  94. Civet Absolut
  95. Costus Root Oil
  96. Cubeb Oil
  97. Cuminaldehyde
  98. para-Cymene
  99. 1-Cysteine
  100. Davana Oil
  101. 2-trans, 4-trans-Decadienal
  102. delta-Decalactone
  103. gamma-Decalactone
  104. Decanal
  105. Decanoic Acid
  106. 1-Decanol
  107. 2-Decenal
  108. Dehydromenthofurolactone
  109. Diethyl Malonate
  110. Diethyl Sebacate
  111. 2,3-Diethylpyrazine
  112. Dihydro Anethole
  113. 5,7-Dihydro-2-Methylthieno
    (3,4-D) Pyrimidine
  114. Dill Seed Oil and Extract
  115. meta-Dimethoxybenzene
  116. para-Dimethoxybenzene
  117. 2,6-Dimethoxyphenol
  118. Dimethyl Succinate
  119. 3,4-Dimethyl-1,2
  120. 3,5- Dimethyl-1,2-
  1. 3,7-Dimethyl-1,3,6-
  2. 4,5-Dimethyl-3-Hydroxy-2,
  3. 6,10-Dimethyl-5,9-Undecadien-2-One
  4. 3,7-Dimethyl-6-Octenoic Acid
  5. 2,4 Dimethylacetophenone
  6. alpha,para-Dimethylbenzyl
  7. alpha,alpha-
    Dimethylphenethyl Acetate
  8. alpha,alpha
    Dimethylphenethyl Butyrate
  9. 2,3-Dimethylpyrazine
  10. 2,5-Dimethylpyrazine
  11. 2,6-Dimethylpyrazine
  12. Dimethyltetrahydrobenzofuranone
  13. delta-Dodecalactone
  14. gamma-Dodecalactone
  15. para-Ethoxybenzaldehyde
  16. Ethyl 10-Undecenoate
  17. Ethyl 2-Methylbutyrate
  18. Ethyl Acetate
  19. Ethyl Acetoacetate
  20. Ethyl Benzoate
  21. Ethyl Butyrate
  22. Ethyl Cinnamate
  23. Ethyl Decanoate
  24. Ethyl Fenchol
  25. Ethyl Furoate
  26. Ethyl Heptanoate
  27. Ethyl Hexanoate
  28. Ethyl Isovalerate
  29. Ethyl Lactate
  30. Ethyl Laurate
  31. Ethyl Levulinate
  32. Ethyl Maltol
  33. Ethyl Methyl
  34. Ethyl Myristate
  35. Ethyl Nonanoate
  36. Ethyl Octadecanoate
  37. Ethyl Octanoate
  38. Ethyl Oleate
  39. Ethyl Palmitate
  40. Ethyl Phenylacetate
  41. Ethyl Propionate
  42. Ethyl Salicylate
  43. Ethyl trans-2-Butenoate
  44. Ethyl Valerate
  45. Ethyl Vanillin
  46. 2-Ethyl (or Methyl)-(3,5 and
  47. 2-Ethyl-1-Hexanol, 3-Ethyl
    -2 -Hydroxy-2-Cyclopenten-1-One
  48. 2-Ethyl-3, (5 or 6)-
  49. 5-Ethyl-3-Hydroxy-4-Methyl-
  50. 2-Ethyl-3-Methylpyrazine
  51. 4-Ethylbenzaldehyde
  52. 4-Ethylguaiacol
  53. para-Ethylphenol
  54. 3-Ethylpyridine
  55. Farnesol
  56. D-Fenchon
  57. Furfuryl Mercaptan
  58. 4-(2-Furyl)-3-Buten-2-One
  59. Galbanum Oil
  60. Genet Absolute
  61. Geraniol
  62. Geranyl Acetate
  63. Geranyl Butyrate
  64. Geranyl Formate
  65. Geranyl Isovalerate
  66. Geranyl Phenylacetate
  67. Ginger Oil and Oleoresin
  68. 1-Glutamic Acid
  69. 1-Glutamine
  70. Glycero
  71. Guaiacol
  72. Guar Gum
  73. 2,4-Heptadienal
  74. gamma-Heptalactone
  75. Heptanoic Acid
  76. 2-Heptanone
  77. 3-Hepten-2-One
  78. 2-Hepten-4-One
  79. 4-Heptenal
  80. trans -2-Heptenal
  81. Heptyl Acetate
  82. omega-6-Hexadecenlactone
  83. gamma-Hexalactone
  84. Hexanal
  85. Hexanoic Acid
  86. 2-Hexen-1-Ol
  87. 3-Hexen-1-Ol
  88. cis-3-Hexen-1-Yl Acetate
  89. 2-Hexenal
  90. 3-Hexenoic Acid
  91. trans-2-Hexenoic Acid
  92. cis-3-Hexenyl Formate
  93. Hexyl 2-Methylbutyrate
  94. Hexyl Acetate
  95. Hexyl Alcohol
  96. Hexyl Phenylacetate
  97. 5-Hydroxy-2,4-Decadienoic
    Acid delta- Lactone
  98. 4-Hydroxy-2,5-Dimethyl-3(2H)
  99. 2-Hydroxy-3,5,5-Trimethyl-
  100. 4-Hydroxy -3-Pentenoic Acid
  101. 2-Hydroxy-4-
  102. 4-Hydroxybutanoic Acid
  103. Hydroxycitronellal
  104. 6-Hydroxydihydrotheaspirane
  105. 4-(para-Hydroxyphenyl)-2-
  106. Hyssop Oil
  107. Immortelle Absolute and
  108. alpha-Ionone
  109. beta-Ionone
  110. Isoamyl Acetate
  111. Isoamyl Benzoate
  1. Isoamyl Butyrate
  2. Isoamyl Cinnamate
  3. alpha-Irone
  4. Isoamyl Formate, Isoamyl
  5. Isoamyl Isovalerate
  6. Isoamyl Octanoate
  7. Isoamyl Phenylacetate
  8. Isobornyl Acetate
  9. Isobutyl Acetate
  10. Isobutyl Alcohol
  11. Isobutyl Cinnamate
  12. Isobutyl Phenylacetate
  13. Isobutyl Salicylate
  14. 2-Isobutyl-3-Methoxypyrazine
  15. alpha-Isobutylphenethyl
  16. Isobutyraldehyde
  17. Isobutyric Acid
  18. d,l-Isoleucine
  19. alpha-Isomethylionone
  20. 2-Isopropylphenol
  21. Isovaleric Acid
  22. Labdanum Absolute and
  23. Lactic Acid
  24. Lauric Acid
  25. Lauric Aldehyde
  26. 1-Leucine
  27. Levulinic Acid
  28. Linalool
  29. Linalool Oxide
  30. Linalyl Acetate
  31. Magnesium Carbonate
  32. Malic Acid
  33. Malt and Malt Extract
  34. Maltodextrin
  35. Maltol
  36. Maltyl Isobutyrate
  37. para-Mentha-8-Thiol-3-
  38. Menthol
  39. Menthone
  40. Menthyl Acetate
  41. dl-Methionine
  42. Methoprene
  43. 2-Methoxy-4-Methylphenol
  44. 2-Methoxy-4-Vinylphenol
  45. para-Methoxybenzaldehyde
  46. 1-(para-Methoxyphenyl)-1-
  47. 4-(para-Methoxyphenyl)-2-
  48. 1-(para-Methoxyphenyl)-2-
  49. Methoxypyrazine
  50. Methyl 2-Furoate
  51. Methyl 2-Octynoate
  52. Methyl 2-Pyrrolyl Ketone
  53. Methyl Anisate
  54. Methyl Anthranilate
  55. Methyl Benzoate
  56. Methyl Cinnamate
  57. Methyl Dihydrojasmonate
  58. Methyl Ester of Rosin,
    Partially Hydrogenated
  59. Methyl Isovalerate
  60. Methyl Linoleate (48%)
  61. Methyl Linolenate (52%)
  62. Methyl Naphthyl Ketone
  63. Methyl Nicotinate
  64. Methyl Phenylacetate
  65. Methyl Salicylate
  66. Methyl Sulfide
  67. 3-Methyl-1-
  68. 4-Methyl-1-Phenyl-2-
  69. 5-Methyl-2-Phenyl-2-
  70. 5-Methyl-2-
  71. 6-Methyl-3,-5-Heptadien-2-
  72. 2-Methyl-3-(para-
  73. 5-Methyl-3-Hexen-2-One
  74. 1-Methyl-3Methoxy-4-
  75. 4-Methyl-3-Pentene-2-One
  76. 2-Methyl-4-
  77. 6-Methyl-5-Hepten-2-One
  78. 4-Methyl-5-Thiazoleethanol
  79. 4-Methyl-5-Vinylthiazole
  80. Methyl-alpha-Ionone
  81. Methyl-trans-2-Butenoic Acid
  82. 4-Methylacetophenone
  83. para-Methylanisole
  84. alpha-Methylbenzyl Acetate
  85. alpha-Methylbenzyl Alcohol
  86. 2-Methylbutyraldehyde
  87. 3-Methylbutyraldehyde
  88. 2-Methylbutyric Acid
  89. alpha-Methylcinnamaldehyde
  90. Methylcyclopentenolone
  91. 2-Methylheptanoic Acid
  92. 2-Methylhexanoic Acid
  93. 3-Methylpentanoic Acid
  94. 4-Methylpentanoic Acid
  95. 2-Methylpyrazine
  96. 5-Methylquinoxaline
  97. 2-Methyltetrahydrofuran-3-
  98. (Methylthio)Methylpyrazine
    (Mixture Of Isomers)
  99. 3-Methylthiopropionaldehyde
  100. Methyl 3-Methylthiopropionate
  101. 2-Methylvaleric Aci
  102. beta-Napthyl Ethyl E
  103. Nerolidol
  104. Nona-2-trans,6-cis-Dienal
  105. 2,6-Nonadien-1-Ol
  106. gamma-Nonalactone
  107. Nonanal
  108. Nonanoic Acid
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