At Ali Shisha, Polish we provide the best and highest quality Polish Tobacco leaf, we provide different types of it. But let us take a look at some facts about it and about the history of Tobacco leaves.
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Tobacco leaves come from a plant called Tobacco. Its exact origins are uncertain, but it is believed to have arisen about 200,000 years ago in South America.
The modern tobacco plant is thought to be a cross between Nicotiana sylvestris, Nicotiana tomentosiformis, and Nicotiana otophora, all of which are native to the Caribbean.
Tobacco, like wheat and other commercialised crops, now resembles its wild ancestors in appearance. It’s even gone extinct in the wild.
It was first used and cultivated by the Arawak and Taino indigenous peoples of the Caribbean, who used it for both recreation and medicinal and spiritual purposes.
In 1492, Comumbus and his explorers returned to Spain with seeds and leaves. Tobacco was first introduced in France in the 1500s, and it quickly spread across Europe and Asia.
Tobacco was once considered to be a miracle drug in Tudor England. Doctors started spreading the word about the dangers of tobacco in the 1800s when it was discovered that it contained nicotine. It became trendy, however, when celebrities started to encourage smoking for pleasure.
How We Deal with Polish Tobacco Leaf
Tobacco leaves are typically harvested, dried, and used in pipe or cigarette smoking. They are, however, becoming more common in cuisine, where they impart a subtle, bitter heat.
They can be used to cook rice or to smoke meats such as wild game and fish. Whole leaves are also attached to chocolate bars by the London chocolatier Artisan du Chocolat.
Tobacco leaves should be eaten with caution, according to authorities. To keep fresh tobacco leaves fresh for up to a week, put them in a looe bag in the refrigerator.
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