by Catherine Casasaga salt is a natural flavor enhancer that has been used for thousands of years to help people feel more energized.
In an experiment, researchers from the University of Florida, in Florida, found that the combination of a salt and nicotine solution produced a different type of sensory enhancement that could help smokers quit smoking.
When given to mice, the combination enhanced their ability to taste and smell tobacco.
It also helped smokers feel more alert and less sleepy.
The researchers believe that the salt might have similar effects on humans.
The combination of nicotine and salt has been shown to help smokers kick the habit.
And it could help prevent the development of chronic nicotine-induced psychosis in smokers, researchers said.
Nicotine is a neurotransmitter, which means it acts on different parts of the brain.
In the brain, it helps regulate appetite and can increase the production of dopamine, the neurotransmitter that causes pleasure and euphoria.
But nicotine also has other effects, such as sedation and a number of other effects that make it a potentially addictive drug.
Smoking has been associated with a number different health problems, including heart disease, stroke, lung cancer and other types of cancer.
Nicotine has a wide range of health effects.
It is the main active ingredient in cigarettes and can be found in other tobacco products, such, chewing gum and chewing tobacco.
Studies have shown that smokers have a higher risk of heart disease.
But it is not known whether nicotine helps smokers quit, and there are concerns that it can interfere with the development and maintenance of smoking.
Nicotine salts are also used as a preservative, and some companies have tried to add nicotine to foods.
This makes the salt taste sweet and saltier.
The scientists said their findings suggest that salt might also be useful as a natural flavoring for cigarettes.
Researchers said their research was published in the journal PLOS ONE.