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How to Prevent Nausea While Smoking?

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  1. mrmachado

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    I've tried drinking lots of water, taking simeticone, dramamine, ondansetron, and only dramamine seems to work. And yet this seems to happen from time to time.

    But I don't want to keep taking tons of medications to continue smoking my pipe.

    Any "natural" suggestions?

    (I don't inhale anymore)

    Edited by jvnshr: Title capitalization (please check Rule #9)

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    How long ago did you stop inhaling? That is a big part of it, I bet. Otherwise you have tobacco's that are too high in the nicotine department would be my other guess.

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    I stopped inhaling 2 weeks ago.

    My tobaccos are exclusively aromatics so I guess they are low on nicotine.

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    I would say you either aren't drinking water or are using blends that are too high in nicotine content for you. Since you've already covered that...maybe heat has a part to play? I too wouldn't recommend taking medication must to smoke a pipe.

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    Make sure you have a full stomach well before starting too. Are you smoking a briar or cob or one of those questionable chicom Amazon numbers?

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    I'm not always taking it with food.

    The nicotine is low.

    I'm smoking a quality briar...

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    Eat chocolate while smoking.

    Damnation seize my soul if I give you quarters, or take any from you.
    -Edward Teach
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    Eat chocolate while smoking.

    In the morning it seems a little but off-putting

    But I'll try something that fills the stomach.

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    Funny that cigars didn't have all these issues... But I'm never coming back to them.

    I like those little tweaks from pipes.

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    Nicotine leaches sugar from the body causing dizziness and nausea in some. Just try something sweet.

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    Great info, Embers.

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    Never been a big fan of chocolate myself, but am never far from cakes and doughnuts.

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    If you're from the USA, pancakes with maple syrup will also do the trick I guess.

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    If you're from the USA, pancakes with maple syrup will also do the trick I guess.

    Right in the middle of Kentucky, and I would take pancakes any time of the day.

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    As said above nicotine lower your blood glucose which is what is giving you nausea. So 4 things to do are:
    1. Use a lower nicotine blend,
    2. Not inhaling (as much more nicotine is absorbed if you inhale),
    3. Smoke with a full stomach and
    4. At the first symptoms of nausea stop immediately puffing and eat a chocolate bar,
    5. Do not take any medications.

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    Change your tobacco. In addition to possible nicotine effects, the type of leaf or topping can have an adverse effect.

    I know that you believe you understood what you think I said, but I'm not sure you realize that what you heard is not what I meant.
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    Machado: I ask this with all due respect. Why are you so obsessed with smoking if it leaves you nauseated?

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    Also, I believe nicotine sensitivity wanes over time correct? I find myself able to tolerate stronger blends now as opposed to a year or so ago. Still get hammered by some blends but I know which blends do that to me and make sure I’ve eaten along with a cold beverage while smoking.

    It does seem to affect me more so in the morning as I’m not much of a breakfast person. Coffee and a pipe are my first priority. I can usually feel the nicotine coming on and just set the pipe down for awhile if I need to. I do get occasional nausea but it’s short lived and I usually just ride it out. Not to mention I enjoy a moderate nicotine buzz anyway if it doesn’t go too far.

    "May my last breath be drawn through a pipe, and exhaled in a jest." Charles Lamb
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    Are you taking time between puffs/sips? If you are already smoking slowly, this may not help, but if you are smoking too quickly it could be cutting short your oxygen intake and making the nausea worse for you.

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  20. mrmachado

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    Machado: I ask this with all due respect. Why are you so obsessed with smoking if it leaves you nauseated?

    It only happens sometimes. I enjoy smoking a lot so that's not really a reason for me to stop smoking.

    I just want to prevent that from happening.

    Those tips against nausea were nice.

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    Are you taking time between puffs/sips? If you are already smoking slowly, this may not help, but if you are smoking too quickly it could be cutting short your oxygen intake and making the nausea worse for you.

    This could be a reason. Along with smoking on an empty stomach.

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    SO I got halfway through this thread, then i had to go and make some pancakes.

    Personally, there's just something about certain tobaccos that I can't handle. Often it's a top note or similar that triggers either a physiological or psychological response for me and I get nauseated. For example, Peterson's Perfect Plug and Erik Stokkebye's 4th Gen 1931 flake both have a similar note that I can't handle, taste just makes me sick on the initial light. Yet, I can smoke Grousemoore without a problem

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    If aromatics will do this to you, hold on to your socks with Peterson Irish Flake.

    You could try drinking a sugared soda while smoking. Also, over time, your nicotine tolerance will rise.


    So you say you can drink? Well, I'm from Wisconsin. Try to keep up.
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    Eating a little dab of honey when you start to feel nausea coming on has worked for me.

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    taking simeticone, dramamine, ondansetron, and only dramamine seems to work.

    Maybe those are causing the nausea

    Javan
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    Change your tobacco. In addition to possible nicotine effects, the type of leaf or topping can have an adverse effect.

    ^^
    This.

    It might be blend related. I know Sam's Blend gave me a nasty nausea on the day after I had it.

    Make note of other factors or conditions present on the day you have nausea. What foods did you eat on nausea day and the day before? Environment? Emotional?

    Since you're coming from cigars, I'm thinking it's not nicotine-related. Hence my suggestion to start making 'pipe notes' about other stuff going on.

    Not the sweet, new grass with flowers is this harvesting of mine;
    Not the upland clover bloom...
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    How to prevent nausea while smoking?

    Turn off your phone. Eliminate any media news sources. Chase the family out of the room. Enjoy!

    Gunner, Black Frigate. Say "Hello" to my little friend!
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    I had the same reaction as warren. If I sometimes got nauseated from smoking a pipe, I'd only smoke after an ample meal and with plenty of liquid in my system. If I still had the problem, I'd stop smoking a pipe, except for special occasions, and not even then if it made me nauseated. You sound like me, a bit tightly wound, and you'll have to tune your activities to that, but you sound like you're doing okay with it.

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    I can't believe that we've gone 28 posts without someone suggesting the OP for sure stays away from Mixture 79.

    Pipestud
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    Maybe he needs to smoke Mixture 79 to truly know what nausea is!

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    That's funny because I just tossed in a pouch of the venerable Mixture #79 with my last bout of TAD out of morbid curiosity... Turns out I actually kinda like the stuff!

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    If aromatics will do this to you, hold on to your socks with Peterson Irish Flake.

    You could try drinking a sugared soda while smoking. Also, over time, your nicotine tolerance will rise.

    I think this may have something to do with other things mentioned above, since I used to inhale cigars, smoked 3 packs of cigarettes a day, and never felt nauseated.

    Empty stomach and smoking too fast are the best bets so far.

    But I think that Embers nailed it.

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    I had the same reaction as warren. If I sometimes got nauseated from smoking a pipe, I'd only smoke after an ample meal and with plenty of liquid in my system. If I still had the problem, I'd stop smoking a pipe, except for special occasions, and not even then if it made me nauseated. You sound like me, a bit tightly wound, and you'll have to tune your activities to that, but you sound like you're doing okay with it.

    Exactly! After big rich meals, the pleasure of smoking a pipe is much bigger! And no nausea of course.

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    I think this may have something to do with other things mentioned above, since I used to inhale cigars, smoked 3 packs of cigarettes a day, and never felt nauseated.

    That'd tend to greatly reduce the probability that it's nicotine related, as others have mentioned.

    Empty stomach and smoking too fast are the best bets so far.

    Worthwhile, but my bet is on the tobacco itself. What is it?

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    Worthwhile, but my bet is on the tobacco itself. What is it?

    Common drugstore aromatics like 7 Seas, C. Black and local Brazilian blends like this one:
    http://www.tobaccoreviews.com/blend/2489/tabacos-cisne-branco-finamore-ltda-irlandez

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  36. gerryp

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    I found myself getting queasy when I'd have a bowl of strong tobacco that was starting to go out, and I would suck more and harder (I'll probably regret the wording of that last part) trying to keep it lit, which was a mistake. I'd get more nicotine than I expected that way, and I'd have to set the pipe down until things settled.

    You'll probably build up a higher tolerance pretty quickly, but in the meantime maybe use a smaller bowl or don't fill large bowls up all the way. I like to drink sweet tea (iced tea) when I smoke to cleanse my palate and keep my mouth cool. I think it goes well with just about every pipe tobacco, flavor-wise.

    Non-conventional shortcut method: Pack a fat wad of Skoal in your lip, work up a nice big mouthful of Skoal juice, then swallow it. Pipe tobacco will no longer bother you. (EDIT: I do not recommend this method. )

    Side effect: You won't be able to smell or taste wintergreen for several years without wanting to barf. I learned that the hard way.

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  37. chasingembers

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    I can't believe that we've gone 28 posts without someone suggesting the OP for sure stays away from Mixture 79.

    That one's out of the bag now,people are actually like it. Probably my fault.

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    Pack a fat wad of Skoal in your lip, work up a nice big mouthful of Skoal juice, then swallow it.

    That's how I've always done Kodiak.

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    That's how I've always done Kodiak.

    That's pretty hardcore. Later on I would do the apple or berry Skoal teabags occasionally, which meant having my masculinity questioned if I was caught. No, I didn't carry the cans in my purse next to the tampons.

    A friend of mine would sit in court for hours with a wad of Skoal on board.
    "Where will you spit?" I once asked.
    "I don't", he replied.
    Dude had a cast iron stomach.

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    That one's out of the bag now,people are actually like it. Probably my fault.

    What's next? We will start growing plants in Dunhills?

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    Later on I would do the apple or berry Skoal teabags occasionally, which meant having my masculinity questioned if I was caught.

    They had a really good vanilla but it got discontinued.

    What's next? We will start growing plants in Dunhills?

    I had a few of options with that pipe. Throw it in the trash, repurpose it, or give it to someone. I'm not about to give a pipe that badly drilled to someone.

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    I would focus on the smoking cadence and just have sweet tea, coffee, soda, anything to drink and replace the sugar. Very odd though, I used to smoke cigarettes, still smoke cigars and all kinds of pipe tobacco. I only get nauseated with high nicotine blends...I just grab something with sugar and slow the pace. Also consider how ventilated your smoke area is.

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    I know some friends who have a serious reaction to Perique. Even a small amount upsets the stomach.
    As others have said, it could be a reaction to a component leaf or topping in the blend. Perhaps, you don't respond well to Cavendish tobaccos. Experiment with straight tobaccos and blends that don't contain "cavendished" tobaccos.

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    Also, I believe nicotine sensitivity wanes over time correct?

    I hope not! It sounds like I’m one of the lucky ones that has a high tolerance. As the buzz comes on I just hold on and smoke on for the ride. Get a bit light headed but no nausea. It passes after a few minutes. That would be from GLP Jacknife Plug which I believe is quite strong. It doesn’t seem to make any difference to me what I ate prior or what time of the day it is.

    It is interesting to read how this affects different people and how it affects the blends they gravitate to.

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    I don't get nic hits.

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    Yep, nicotine tolerance will rise over time, something to drink and for the time being ,and better stay away from dark fired Kentuckies or Dark fired matured virginas + partial loaded or smaller bowl size may be advisable.

    Paul The Scandinavian'
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    Maybe you're just bored with those aromatics and need to grab something else.

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    @Embers If I smoked a canon like you I wouldn't either lol.
    You can blame the Black Frigate.

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    @Embers If I smoked a canon like you I wouldn't either lol.
    You can blame the Black Frigate.

    I blame 30 years of tobacco use.

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    @Embers Also, thanks for the info about blood sugar. I had no idea that is what caused the nausea and that nicotine did that. After reading that I did correlate the symptoms to that of a diabetic with a dropping blood sugar. Perhaps now I can avoid that unpleasantness and enjoy my pipes again!

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    You could try drinking a sugared soda while smoking.

    Soda dehydrates you, not a good way to go to avoid nicotine overload.

    As stated above, blends that get ya dizzy just make sure you've had something to eat BEFOREHAND and also make sure you're staying hydrated prior to lighting up. Continue sipping water through out the bowl. If you feel it coming on grabbing a chocolate bar is a good idea.

    I went through this myself. For me all aromatics were completely fine, but when I got into the non-aros there were blends that would put me on my keester. I remedied the situation by prepping for the bowl as stated above and sticking with that blend. Typically for me after 3-5 bowls my body acclimated I guess to the nicotine level and it really didn't affect me any more.

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    I only get nauseous when I don't smoke

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    For some smokers, it's not the nicotine that brings nausea. It's one of the components, be it a casing, topping or leaf. For me it may be Red Virginias. Still trying to narrow it down.

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    No burley, full stomach and stop after you smoke the top half of the bowl. Throw the rest away.

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    No burley

    Does burley cause more nausea?

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    It packs more punch, so if the issue is nicotine it can make you nauseous. If the issue is not nicotine, it might still make you so if the tobacco itself doesn't agree with you.

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    It may not be the tobacco. If this is a new pipe that you are having a reaction to, then it may be something with the pipe. If the pipe has been stained and you are in the break-in process, this could be causing the issue. Not so much what you are smoking, but more of what you are swallowing. If the stain is burning off, and you are mixing the residue with moisture, which is a natural occurrence when you are smoking, then you may be inadvertently swallowing said residue as it exits your pipe stem while you are puffing.

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    If the pipe has been stained and you are in the break-in process, this could be causing the issue.

    By stained do you mean coated?

    If that's what you mean, I can't know anymore, since I scraped the (pre-coated) pipe to bare wood.

    It's smoking great now.

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    It packs more punch, so if the issue is nicotine it can make you nauseous. If the issue is not nicotine, it might still make you so if the tobacco itself doesn't agree with you.

    It indeed packs a lot of punch. But I like it. I can't smoke 5 bowls of Irish Flake (which contains a great percentage of Burley from what I've read) per day, so that makes make me take it easier on the smoking habit.

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    "By stained do you mean coated?"

    Possibly, or it could be that the pipe was dipped in stain and then pre-coated. Or maybe some of the pre-coating was also in the shank. But it sounds like you took care of it and now the pipe smokes like a champ. Awesome and congratulations. No more agonizing over an issue that was hampering the enjoyment. Good Job!!!

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    Good Job!!!

    Thank you, man. Coming from an experienced pipe smoker, that means a lot.

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    I had a good hit with nausea and I am still.new to pipes but I wonder if it was smoking it too fast. I'm a person who has a hard time relaxing so I tend to rush my smokes. Which tends to inhaling more smoke and my body is not used to it....like I said it's hard for me to slow down and enjoy the bowl

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    Smoking too fast can certainly be a cause of nausea. So can too much at one time when you're new (or old!). So can certain tobaccos that disagree with your body. (Most cited I've seen are Red Virginias) Then there are dozens of other factors such as stomach full or empty, mood, and on and on.

    Take it nice and slow and enjoy!

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