These are forms of tobacco that people use without burning them. Smokeless products include:
Chewing tobacco. This form of tobacco comes as loose leaves, braided leaves (a twist) or compressed leaves (a plug), with or without added flavoring. Users typically place a small amount between the cheek and gum. Saliva that builds up is spit out or swallowed.
Snuff. Also called dip, this is finely ground tobacco that comes moist or dry and may have added flavors. It is placed along the gumline behind the lip or between the cheek and gum.
Snus. A form of finely ground, loose, moist snuff originally from Sweden, used much like regular snuff.
Dissolvable tobacco. Powdered tobacco pressed into lozenges, sticks or strips that may look like candy, often with added flavors and sweeteners. (These are different from nicotine lozenges used to help people quit smoking.)