You can't die from smoking too much pot, its impossible for a variety of reasons, primarily because the cannabinoid receptors reside primarily in the brain (amongst other locations in the body) and opiate receptors reside in the brain stem- this controls respiration or breathing.
Death will occur from an overdose of opiates in most cases for this reason, contrarily, marijuana does not have effects on respiration. Large amounts can be taken without serious adverse effects other than getting extremely high.
Taking in concideration that it takes 1500lbs. of weed smoked in 15 minutes to kill u..look it up true stuff. So weed itself will unlikely kill u unless it was laced with PCP or ketamine and slip into the K-hole but the ony way i can think of a marijuana related death was the stupid crap people do after they smoke like jumping off a bridge to swim but u forgot there was no water at the bottom...
No. There are no recorded deaths for cannabis use alone. Not one. Not a single case. You simply cannot find a single case of a cannabis overdose. For the LD-50 margin of a male weighing in at 160 pounds, he would have to smoke approximately 8000 joints in roughly 10 minutes or less to reach dangerous THC toxicity levels. Considering the circumstances, it isn't even possible to smoke that much cannabis unless that person had some sort of mechanically technological machine that could compress the smoke in a smaller space to allow for maximized inhalation, and expansion but even at this rate the person attempting this feat will find them self unconscious long before they reach any moderate level of concern. So, we can now see that not only is it physically impossible, but realistically, time just doesn't allow for someone to smoke that much, that fast.
The CDC reports no more than 1 to 2 deaths in America annually, that are the underlying cause by cannabis use alone.
If you are referring to the United States, that is the country. so i think your looking for "What state in America has the highest rate of alcohol related deaths?"
The number one cause of deaths in America is smoking. it is VERY bad for you and your health.
Because the government thinks that marijuana is bad and they will not legalize it because of that even though there are no deaths due to marijuana
Deaths related to marijuana use are quite uncommon. Deaths related to alcohol use are quite frequent -- in fact, they are inevitable if the person drinks enough, long enough. This should not be considered an endorsement of marijuana use. Smoking marijuana is implicated in chronic bronchitis, asthma, and may be related to the development of lung cancer. It is also not conducive to a productive lifestyle when used in large quantities.
There have been 0 deaths due to marijuana in over 2,700 years anywhere in the world.
over one million a year in America itself
No reported deaths have been caused weed. You cannot overdose on marijuana. The only way weed can kill you is if you make a bad decision on it or through cancer (which is highly unlikely).
There has been zero reported deaths from marijuana use in history