jarda

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jarda

A form of tobacco abuse in rural north India, in which the tobacco is mixed with lime and kept between the lip and gum. It is more damaging than chewing tobacco, and causes serious gingival ulceration.
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Tenders are invited for From the shop of Khanchi Gali Sanjay Yadav to East Ali Hassan Modi's shop, from the Ashok Kumar's house to the South Binod Kumar Khaini shop
Referred usually as gutka or khaini in India, smokeless tobacco increases the risk of oral precancerous lesions and oral cancer between 2-fold and 15-fold.
Is khaini me dam hai (the tobacco grown in Bihar has power)," Prasad reportedly told his cooking staff.
The various forms of tobacco include bidis, hookah, khaini, zarda, gul and naswar various unique types of alcohol, including home-distilled spirits, toddy and arak are also consumed in the region.
USPRwire, Mon Nov 23 2015] Due to a ban, retailers, especially pan shops, remained sceptical and stopped selling zarda and khaini for a few months, leading to a further decline in consumption.
Khaini associated leukoplakia: These lesions are usually thin and white with cracked mud appearance occurring most commonly in premolar region of the buccal mucosa.
The government has decided to issue a notification banning the sale, purchase and even storage of all forms of chewable tobacco like gutkha , khaini and zarda in the city.
Some students have been caught using Chaini Khaini (chewing tobacco), which is not listed under the illegal drug list but is still dangerous for children.
2] Major forms of chewable tobacco used are khaini, gutka, zarda, and so forth.
Cytomorphological changes in buccal epithelial cells of khaini chewers in different age groups.
5% and tobacco chewing in the form of gutka, khaini, gulmanjan (locally available forms of tobacco) in 37.