How many deaths from Marijuana overdose?
It is hard to tell because emergency rooms statistics state that there is usually other substances involved such as alcohol and cocaine in these overdose cases. As far as I know, there are no reported cases of deaths occurring from marijuana overdose but one report from Mercy General in Atlanta stated that one patient was suffering from insulin shock after smoking the narcotic and eating an entire case of Famous Amos Chocolate Chip Cookies. It is important to note that when Ronald Reagan was president and begin allowing military satellites to help with interdiction of marijuana from South America, that most of the shipments stopped and domestic growing of the narcotic increased dramatically. As domestic growers became more proficient the potency increased several times over, leading to what is called on the street “Kind Bud”, meaning the “kind you want” as opposed to what was called “dirt weed” that was imported from Mexico. This so called “Kind Bud” is many times stronger than the dop
Well, it is physically impossible to overdose on Marijuana, but if you are asking how many deaths have ever been attributed to Marijuana, that would be a big, fat goose egg. There has never been a single death attributed to Marijuana for as long as they have been keeping records about it. The continued illegalization of Marijuana is a money making scheme for the government, where it is more profitable to just bust drug runners and confiscate their funds instead of tax and regulate it. Any ills that are frequently attributed to Marijuana can just as easily be attributed to Alcohol, but these moral high bodies certainly do not seem to be chomping at the bit to have alcohol illegalized. In fact, when was the last time you heard of someone getting high and beating their wife? The same arguments that are currently being levied against Marijuana were the same arguments that were used against alcohol by the prohibitionists. When prohibition was enacted, moral busy bodies patted themselves on