This is a quick post that will cover whether you can overdose on marijuana or not. Here we go:
Many people wonder if you can overdose on marijuana. The answer to that is no. There has never been a recorded fatality caused by marijuana. If you smoke too much marijuana, the worst that might happen is a “bad high” or some unwanted symptoms. And if you do experience a “bad high,” then there are ways to calm it down. But the chance of you dying from smoking too much marijuana is very slim.
One study that was done on marijuana showed that it would take around 40,000 times the normal amount of marijuana consumed in one hour to kill someone. This extremely high lethal dose amount is the reason why you cannot overdose on marijuana (it’s just near impossible).
Yes, marijuana does have some negative effects on the body/ brain. From damaging motor skills to encouraging memory loss, marijuana may negatively affect your body, but it will never kill you. That doesn’t mean going out and smoking weed until you pass out. Whenever you are smoking, just be smart and realize when you have hit your limit.
Those who may believe that they or someone they know has overdosed on weed before may have been smoking something else. There is another drug out there that looks very similar to weed, and is even treated like a weed by some, but is very deadly. This is a synthetic weed, which is commonly known as spice or K2. Stay away from this stuff! You can overdose on synthetic cannabis and die if you use it.
What are some of the short term effects of marijuana use?
There are a number of short term effects of marijuana use. For example, it can make you feel euphoric, relaxed and happy. It can also make you feel hungry, sleepy or dizzy.
The short term effects of marijuana use can be different for everyone. You might not experience any at all or you might experience some, but not all of them.
How can you tell if someone has overdosed on marijuana?
There are a lot of signs that can indicate someone has overdosed on marijuana. But there’s no way to know for sure unless you get the person to the hospital as soon as possible.
How can you overdose on marijuana?
The human body is able to process and break down tetrahydrocannabinol (THC) – the psychoactive compound in marijuana. The body does this by breaking down THC into 11-hydroxy-THC, which is a different form of psychoactive compound. This means that taking too much marijuana can lead to an overdose because it will take longer for the body to break down THC.
An overdose of marijuana can lead to a number of symptoms, including:
– Increased heart rate
– Difficulty breathing
– Rapid heartbeat
That’s all for this post. I told you it would be short! That is because the answer is so clear! Not one person in history has ever died from direct cannabis use, either smoking, eating, vaping, or any other method. It cannot kill you directly, remember that. Thanks for reading!