Where did tobacco come from in the columbian exchange?

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Tobacco (Nicotiana tabaccum) was first introduced from Mesoamerica to North America in 200 AD. Native Americans used tobacco, above all, in religious ceremonies. After 1492 and the onset of Columbian Exchange, Europeans took an interest in the plant.

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