An overdose of cannabis, does that exist?

Cannabis is known as an innocent drug. But is that justified? Before you use cannabis it is wise to be aware of the risks.

Proponents and regular users of weed usually only focus on the positive effects. This almost makes it appear that there are no negative side effects.

If you ask a hippie from the 60s if he ever had negative experiences while smoking, you'll find that the use of marijuana not only produces beautiful images of rainbows and unicorns. There is certainly another, more negative, side to the use of marijuana that does not receive much attention.

It is true, however, that cannabis entails considerably fewer risks than other drugs. But the fact that it entails fewer risks does not mean that it is completely safe.

How much weed is too much?

In the field of cannabis, there is actually no mention of overdose. There is no definition of overdose in that area.

In fact, we do not know the amount of THC that (probably) leads to major health risks. This is because no research has been done on it and no quantities are determined. The amount of THC can be measured in the blood. It is then looked at how much THC is in 1 mililiter of blood. This is referred to as nanograms per milliliter (ng / ml).

Cannabis nowadays contains more THC

Everything used to be different! But times have changed and just as modern farmers use new techniques to increase their yields, cannabis growers have not stood still.

The amount of THC that occurs in cannabis is many times higher than, for example, 20 years ago.

Can too much marijuana mean your death?

No one can say exactly when it is too much. There are known cases where people died while they only used cannabis (and not other drugs). But whether that is only due to the use of marijuana has not been investigated. Other existing conditions may also have played a role.

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