Camel Orbs could pose risks for Arkansas drug injuries in children
April 29, 2010
Are you craving a cigarette but can’t light up in your current environment? Camel Orbs are dissolving tablets that contain nicotine, but they’re causing a stir for their resemblance to candy.
According to Today’s THV, parents are concerned their kids may pick up a nicotine habit, or possibly suffer an Arkansas drug injury, without ever lighting a cigarette. The Camel Orbs resemble candy, according to opponents of the product, and could cause Arkansas drug injuries in kids who take them.
One of the tobacco tablets alone could cause a child to become sick, but 7 to 13 of the tablets could lead to serious Arkansas drug injuries or death.
What do you think about this new product? Are you a smoker who would use Camel Orbs or other dissolving nicotine tablets when you could not light a cigarette? Are you a concerned citizen who is looking to protect children who may overdose?