If you were to chew tobacco with menthol, would it do more damage to your gums then chewing tobacco that has no menthol?
I chew and I chew grizzly wintergreen. I also chew grizzly straight. Whenever I chew grizzly green it burns my lips but grizzly straight does not burn at all. So would chewing tobacco with menthol damage your gums more than chewing tobacco without menthol?