Can smoke go to your stomach instead of/as well as your lungs when you inhale from a cigarette?

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Can smoke go to your stomach instead of/as well as your lungs when you inhale from a cigarette?

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Hell yes. There was always that one dude in high school who smoked pot on break and swallowed when the bell rang, only to have it reappear a few minutes later as a burp in the form of a very incriminating cloud.

I’m not sure the exact science behind it, but when I first started smoking, if I couldn’t hold a hit down I would swallow the air. When I burped later it would be a little smokey. Same sensation as swallowing air to intentionally burp.

No not when you inhale. You’d need to *swallow* and you can’t swallow and inhale at the same time (for obvious reasons).

When you smoke, the smoke coats the mucous membranes in your mouth. Your saliva works to cleanse it and you swallow what your saliva breaks down.

So, if you smoke it, you are also swallowing it. Always.