Nicotine Pouch FAQs

Nicotine pouches are small fleece bags of powder containing nicotine. These nicotine-derived tobacco products contain either nicotine salt or a chewing gum base. The nicotine is extracted from the nicotiana tabacum plant, but the products do not contain tobacco.


Q - How do you use nicotine pouches?
A - Place a bag between your gums and upper lip.

Q - How long do I use a pouch for?
A - This varies between 10 and 40 minutes per person. Always throw used pouches in a waste bin and not on the street!

Q - Are nicotine pouches legal?
A - Yes, it is comparable to the use of nicotine gum and nicotine patches.

Q - Can I use nicotine pouches everywhere? Also in public areas?
A - Yes, you can use them everywhere. Unlike smoking, you're bothering no one!

Q - Is nicotine addictive?
A - Yes, nicotine is very addictive, both physically and mentally.

Q - I am not yet 19. Can I buy and try nicotine pouches?
A - No, we do not sell to people under 19.

Q - I want to quit smoking. Are nicotine pouches helpful?
A - Yes, because you ingest nicotine, you have little or no appetite for a cigarette.

Q - I still smoke now. Can I quit smoking faster by using nicotine pouches?
A - Yes, because your nicotine level stays up, you have less desire to smoke.

Q - Can you use nicotine pouches in combination with drugs or alcohol?
A - We do not recommend this because the effects can vary greatly per person. So beware of experimenting!

Q - I'm pregnant. Can I use nicotine pouches?
A - No, nicotine can have serious, adverse consequences for yourself and the baby during pregnancy.

Q - Do nicotine pouches contain tobacco?
A - No, nicotine pouches are 100% tobacco free.

Q - Is original snus the same as nicotine pouches?
A - No, original snus usually contains tobacco. Nicotine pouches don't.

Q - Why does everyone call nicotine pouches snus?
A - Because it seems to be an equivalent product for most people.

Q - My nicotine pouches are yellowish in color. Is this bad?
A - No, nicotine often naturally turns yellow. For example, people who smoke a lot often get yellow fingers or nails.

Q - I have kept my nicotine pouches for too long and they have now passed their expiry date. Can I still use them?
A - Yes, you can still use them, however, the pouches can dry out and the effect of nicotine can be a lot less.

If you have additional questions about nicotine pouches, please feel free to contact us through our site chat or by email at sales@nicpouchesdirect.com