Having being introduced in the 1950s, while the filter does work in stopping a fair amount of toxicity from entering a smoker’s system, it surely does not do enough. For example, the amount of tar that enters your system even through the best cigarette filters would still be unhealthy. So while these cellulose acetate filters do trap some smoke related particles and tar while making the smoke easier to inhale, they do not block all the constituents that can cause damage.
The amount of nicotine, tar, and carbon monoxide found in different Pre-Roll Container cigarettes can vary greatly. For example, the volume of carbon monoxide in cigarettes can be in between 0.05 mg and 3.0 mg per smoke. The damage that these constituents cause can be hard to quantify because of various factors. For instance, the way some people smoke a cigarette could be different from others who smoke exactly the same brand, wherein while some take longer and deeper puffs, others might casually draw on the cigarette. Besides, a smoker can increase the tar and nicotine intake by simply blocking the holes that are designed to allow the inflow of air.