Panmasala tobacco is the refined tobacco with catechu, chuna, flavouring agents and perfumery compounds etc. It refreshens the mouth and gives the feeling of cold in throat when taken in small amount. Panmasala tobacco is chewed either with pan or directly without any other thing. Zarda of various grades, specified by different numbers, constitutes different proportions of zarda in tobacco. The higher the grade number of zarda panmasala, the higher it will contain zarda content. Zarda if taken in high dose is injurious to health and gives the feeling of laziness and unconsciousness. Kimam is the sweetened masala, usually taken by peoples who are not in regular routine of chewing tobacco. It is generally a mouth freshner and believed to increase appetite by improving digestion system.