How to French Inhale (Irish Waterfall)

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28-09-2016, 21:25
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The French Inhale, also known as the Irish Waterfall, is a basic smoking trick where a dense cloud of smoke leaves your mouth and rises up into your nose. Once you're comfortable with basic smoking, you'll be able to pull off this trick in no time at all. If you want to know how to French Inhale the next time you smoke, just follow these steps.


  1. Take a long drag of the cigarette without inhaling. This is the foundation of the trick. Keep the smoke in your mouth and out of your lungs by dropping your jaw and pulling your tongue to the back of your mouth. Inhale as much as you can without choking or feeling overwhelmed. You'll need the smoke to perform the trick.
    • Some people like to move the smoke around from cheek to cheek or just expand their cheeks before moving to the next step. As you get more comfortable with the trick, you'll have a better sense of what works for you.
  2. Slowly open your mouth. Release the smoke at a slow and steady pace. If you do this too quickly, then the smoke will be out of your lungs and you won't be able to inhale it with your nose. Don't blow the smoke out as you normally would; just wait for it to start flowing out of your mouth.
  3. Push out your bottom lip. Once your lips are slightly parted, you should push out your bottom lip as if you have an underbite or are going to blow the smoke right up to your eyebrows or forehead.
  4. Push the smoke out with your tongue. To keep the smoke thick or "looking good," just push your tongue forward from the back of your mouth. This will ease the smoke along and will make it exit your mouth in a thick cloud. Try to use your tongue to direct the smoke upward, not straight ahead of you as it would normally flow.
  5. Inhale the smoke through your nose. Once you feel the smoke wafting up to your nose, begin to carefully inhale it through your nostrils. Do this slowly or you may feel an unpleasant sensation. Continue to release the smoke from your mouth and let it flow directly into your nose. This will recycle the smoke from your mouth and will bring it back into your throat.
  6. Continue to inhale through your nose until you've expelled all the smoke from your mouth. Keep up this process until the smoke has flowed out of your mouth. If this is too much for you, you can also just release the rest of the smoke from your mouth and try again.


  • This trick won't work when you have a cold.
  • Exhaling through your nose before opening your mouth helps the trick go more smoothly.
  • This trick works best indoors, away from wind and drafts.
  • Inhaling a lot of smoke at once, as with bongs or hookahs, isn't a good basis for the trick Pipes, cigars, blunts, cigarettes work best.


  • The intensity of the smoke might cause you to cough when you're first learning the trick, or if you're a beginner smoker.
  • This technique uses the "product" efficiently and doesn't waste much smoke
  • This trick may look cool, but it can really hurt your sinuses.
  • Smoking -- especially excessive smoking -- can do irreparable damage to your lungs and other organs.
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