Nicotine, commonly known as nicotine, is an alkaloid found in Solanaceae (Solanum) and an important component of tobacco. Nicotine can be addictive or dependent (one of the most difficult drug addictions), and it is often difficult to restrain yourself. Reusing nicotine also increases heart speed and raises blood pressure and reduces appetite. Large doses of nicotine can cause vomiting and nausea, and in severe cases, people die. Tobacco usually contains nicotine, which prevents many smokers from quit smoking.
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