In Australia, more than 40% of people who use tobacco do so regularly, and many of them have tried a number of different methods to help stop the habit.

    But what about those who do not smoke?

    And how do they know which products are the right ones?

    It’s a big question, as there is no single answer.

    And for those who choose to smoke, the answer is often unclear.

    For example, it’s common to find that a particular product is popular because it is cheaper or easier to use than others.

    For some people, however, it may be a case of preference and not necessarily a scientific fact.

    The research that has come to light suggests the answer lies in the way the tobacco industry deals with consumers.

    A recent study found that the industry had a tendency to focus on a few key characteristics to determine which products would be most effective at reducing smoking.

    It’s a practice that is similar to the way tobacco companies use to market cigarettes.

    In a survey of Australian tobacco retailers, a range of questions were put to them, such as how often they sell the products.

    The answers ranged from every three weeks to every five days.

    The study also looked at whether a product had a particular tobacco leaf that it was most likely to be used with, or whether it was more likely to have a particular type of tobacco leaf or flavour.

    One of the most popular products was the Nicorette.

    However, some consumers did not seem to know how to use a Nicoretts toothbrush, or the difference between a tobacco leaf and a vegetable.

    This is partly because the product was not well advertised, so consumers were not sure what to expect.

    The Australian Product Information Network (APIN) also found that most Australians were not aware of the fact that some Nicorettes had different flavours than others, and some were confused by the colour of the leaf.

    This was despite there being a clear distinction between tobacco leaf, which is brown and has a white, red and blue colour, and vegetable, which has a yellow, green and blue.

    So, what can consumers do to improve their smoking cessation?

    One approach to help is to use the internet.

    A study in the American Journal of Public Health found that online smoking cessation programs were more effective at helping smokers quit than traditional methods.

    This study also found there was less evidence to suggest that people who used online programs were using more tobacco than those who did not.

    Other factors can also help, such if a user has used other nicotine products before.

    In the case of Nicoretes, it was found that users who were more than 10 years older were at an increased risk of using the product.

    Another strategy could be to try to find products that have the same tobacco leaf as the Nicoriettes toothbrush.

    This would mean they would have the exact same taste.

    For some, it could also be a good idea to buy from reputable retailers.

    Some of the products are already recognised by the Australian Government as tobacco cessation products, but there are still some that consumers should be aware of.

    These include Nicoretets Toothpaste, which was developed by Nicorett, and Nicoretnte, a company which makes a tobacco and nicotine replacement pill.

    There are also a number products from Australian tobacco company Lorillard, such the E-Liquid, which contains flavoured tobacco leaves and nicotine.

    It also has a brand of tobacco waterpipe that is popular in the US, and the Tobacco Vaporiser, which also contains tobacco.

    These are the types of products that the Australian government is considering including in their plans to introduce the Australian Smoking Reduction Strategy (ASRS).

    But as this study shows, the most effective methods for smokers to quit are the ones that are already widely available.