Research to produce a fairly startling conclusions, which indicated about 185 brands of cigarettes using a mixture of pig's blood on the cigarette filter. The conclusion was obtained from the Dutch researcher who has conducted research on several brands of cigarettes and found hemoglobin from pigs in cigarette filters.
Professor Simon Chapman from Sydney University says that this research reveals that during the composition of cigarettes is indeed a very private and in secret company. Professor Chapman also argued, this research has been to accommodate the interests of a particular religion forbids eating pork, such as for Muslims and Jews.
"I think, some very devout group will argue that the content of pigs in cigarettes is very offensive," said Prof Chapman. "Of course the Jewish community will address this very seriously. So do Muslims, and vegetarians," he added. The results of this study also reveal that pig hemoglobin used to create a more effective filter cigarettes contain dangerous chemicals, before smokers inhale and into the lungs.
Hemoglobin is a protein that contains iron in red blood cells. These elements function as a carrier of oxygen from the lungs to the body of mammals and other animals. Hemoglobin also carries carbon dioxide back into the lungs to exhale out of the body. At least one brand of cigarettes sold in Greece has been confirmed using pig hemoglobin in the manufacturing process, without the consumer's mind.
Unfortunately no mention of the cigarette brand name. "If you are a smoker and a Muslim or Jewish, then you might want to know how to find out if there is suction cigarettes contain hemoglobin pork or not?" said Prof Chapman.