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Is inhaling a cigar bad?

Asked by yeaboy (1 points ) May 23rd, 2011

I smoked a cigar a couple nights ago and i accidentally inhaled most of it. It was a crappy black and mild and now i have a sharp pain in my chest. Is that what the pain comes from? Will it go away?

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Lothloriengaladriel's avatar

well, it can’t be good .

blueiiznh's avatar

Of course its bad for you. Uncertain however if the root of the pain was the cigar.

“Dr, it hurts when I do this. Well, don’t do that!

WillWorkForChocolate's avatar

Actually, Black and Mild’s are made to be inhaled, I believe. Inhaling a regular cigarette will make your chest hurt if you’re not used to it.

Just a tip to make life easier- Don’t. Inhale. Anything. Except regular air. You can inhale that. I think.

Mikewlf337's avatar

I never inhaled cigars because you are not supposed to. Cigars are smoked differently than cigs. I enjoy good cigars. I actually enjoy cigars more than cigs.

WillWorkForChocolate's avatar

@Mikewlf337 Yeah, but I think Black and Mild’s are more of a cigarillo than a traditional cigar. When I’ve seen people with them, they’re usually inhaling.

Mikewlf337's avatar

@WillWorkForChocolate black and milds are alright but I prefer the more traditional looking cigars. I like how they take forever to smoke. Especially with a good beer or whiskey.

blueiiznh's avatar

@Mikewlf337 agreed. a good cigar, cognac, mmmmmmm what more can you want ...

Like Bill Clinton said “I did not inhale sexual relations with that cigar”
or sumpin like that

Blueroses's avatar

I like the smell and taste of good cigar smoke too – especially a nice Dominican (which I think are better than Cubans). You don’t want to inhale much of a real cigar. Just hold the smoke in your mouth and roll the flavor around.
If it’s a crappy cigar, just put it out.

Sabriane's avatar

Smoking is bad for your health. Whether it’s cigarettes or cigars or even hookah. Out of curiosity, what’s your age?

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