Loose is the oldest type of snus available today, and it has been around since the seventeenth-century. One fact is that loose snus is the same today as it was 200 years ago. Loose snus is usually made from ground tobacco, and this is divided into three variants – fine grind, coarse and medium. As the name suggests, loose snus does not come with any portion material covering it, and users need to form their own portion before use. If you’re new to loose snus and you don’t know how to get started, this article is for you. Here, we will discuss how to use loose snus.
How to Use Loose Snus
If you’re new to loose snus, then you should know how to use it. It’s easy and straightforward to use. Just follow these simple steps and you’re good to go. You need to first open the snus can and insert your thumb and index finger into the can full of snus. Once you have done that, take a moderate to a small quantity of snus with your two fingers and place it on your palm. After that, you can then use your finger to press the tobacco to form a cylindrical shape. Then, place the tobacco under your upper lip, slightly to the side of your front teeth.
However, if that looks difficult, you can use a Prismaster to mould the tobacco. As a new user of loose snus, you might wonder what a Prismaster is. A Prismaster is a tool that is used for moulding loose snus without wasting or spilling it. To use this tool, dip it inside the snus can and pull it back. You can either place press it right under your lip or put it on your palm to form your desired portion. Whether you want to use your finger or Prismaster, the usage remains the same. That’s all. Now you’re a pro user when it comes to loose snus.