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Theodore Hersh: Intra-oral antioxidant preparations. Thione International, Malcolm B Wittenberg, May 25, 1999: US05906811 (84 worldwide citation)


The combination of several synergistic antioxidants, enzymatic co-factors and amino acids in appropriate delivery vehicles employed in aerosol carriers, mist and pump oral sprays, solutions, such as oral irrigators, mouth rinses and mouthwashes, or gels and solid compositions as a means of preventin ...


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Frank S Atchley, Vernie A Due, Thomas R Gray: Encapsulated materials. U S Smokeless Tobacco Company, Fitch Even Tabin & Flannery, April 25, 2006: US07032601 (82 worldwide citation)


The present invention is directed to an encapsulated material for use in chewable compositions. The encapsulated material is formed by blending an encapsulating solution with essential oils or other hydrophobic or amphipathic compounds flavoring solution to form a homogenous coating solution. The ho ...


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Strickland James A, Atchley Frank S, Rossman James M, Desmarais Armand J, Williams Scott A, Miller Tod J, Johnson Cherne W: Tobacco compositions. Us Smokeless Tobacco Company, Strickland James A, Atchley Frank S, Rossman James M, Desmarais Armand J, Williams Scott A, Miller Tod J, Johnson Cherne W, DECAMP James D, May 26, 2005: WO/2005/046363 (63 worldwide citation)


The invention features tobacco compositions and methods of their use and manufacture. Compositions of the invention may be based on a variety of technologies. Technologies include films, tabs, shaped parts, gels, consumable units, insoluble matrices, and hollow shapes. In addition to tobacco, compos ...


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Dedric M Derr: System and method for protecting oral tissues from smokeless tobacco. Rick Patent Law Offices of Rick Martin P C Martin, December 19, 2000: US06162516 (57 worldwide citation)


The present invention involves a system and method for a user of smokeless tobacco to reduce the deleterious effects to oral tissues from the chemicals generated from using smokeless tobacco. A protective shield encloses a quantity of tobacco while resting in a mouth of a user, generally between the ...


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Thelma M Dimattio, Debra Moreira Caunedo, Howard Lowenbraun: Display apparatus with integrated dividers. U S Smokeless Tobacco Brands, Kramer Levin Naftalis & Frankel, November 25, 2003: US06651828 (56 worldwide citation)


A merchandise display shelf comprising a display surface with integral divider assemblies, each such assembly including a folding partition, the divider assemblies being movable between a closed position wherein the partitions occupy recesses in the surface, and an upright position, such that displa ...


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Eugene H Paules, Frank S Nastro: Precise portion packaging machine. United States Tobacco Company, Fred A Keire, November 3, 1987: US04703765 (52 worldwide citation)


A machine for forming, continuously, distinct portions of smokeless tobacco in a pouch or pocket form, and continuously forming a chain of individual pouches containing the distinct portions of smokeless tobacco, cutting each pouch from a string of pouches, counting out a pre-set number of pouches f ...


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Luther B Pittman, Jennings M Agner, George F Hunt: Process of making tobacco pellets. The Pinkerton Tobacco Company, Kenyon & Kenyon, April 30, 1985: US04513756 (46 worldwide citation)


A blend of dark-fired and one-sucker tobacco and a cased cigar type tobacco are cut to obtain a shredded product. After the addition of water and a binder, the resultant mixture is heated, dried and then pelletized into individual discrete pellets. Various additives can be added prior to or during p ...


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Frank S Atchley, Vernie A Due, Thomas R Gray: Tobacco mint plant material product. U S Smokeless Tobacco Company, Fitch Even Tabin & Flannery, October 11, 2005: US06953040 (45 worldwide citation)


The present invention is directed to smokeless tobacco compositions, such as a chewing tobacco and/or snuff composition comprising tobacco and mint plant material, where the mint plant material is mint leaf with or without endogenous mint oil, mint stems, and the like.


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Andrew J Sensabaugh Jr, Dewitt C Crepps, William Y Rice Jr, George W Fearrington Jr: Tobacco product. R J Reynolds Tobacco Co, Herbert J Bluhm, October 8, 1985: US04545392 (41 worldwide citation)


A smokeless tobacco product is disclosed which contains cut or otherwise comminuted tobacco treated with a particulated gum composition that adheres as a discontinuous coating to the surface of the tobacco. The gum composition provides improved "gathering" characteristics and other benefits when the ...


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Strickland James A, Atchley Frank S, Rossman James M, Desmarais Armand J, Williams Scott A, Miller Tod J, Johnson Cherne W: Tobacco compositions. Us Smokeless Tobacco Company, Strickland James A, Atchley Frank S, Rossman James M, Desmarais Armand J, Williams Scott A, Miller Tod J, Johnson Cherne W, DECAMP James D, November 30, 2006: WO/2006/127772 (41 worldwide citation)


The invention features tobacco compositions and methods of their use and manufacture. Compositions of the invention may be based on a variety of technologies. Technologies include films, tabs, shaped parts, gels, consumable units, insoluble matrices, and hollow shapes. In addition to tobacco, compos ...



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