A 2014 study in Forensic Science International reported two cases of sudden death that doctors linked to health complications possibly worsened by marijuana use. The report indicated that before these deaths, the researchers were not aware of any other deaths related to marijuana use alone.
It is important to note that only after excluding all other causes of death did the report assume the young men experienced fatal cardiovascular events brought on by cannabis. The report also concludes that doctors cannot rule out the possibility that pre-existing cardiovascular factors played a role in the deaths.
In 2018, a teenager died of dehydration due to cannabinoid hyperemesis syndrome (CHS). CHS is a condition that can occur in regular cannabis smokers and causes nausea, vomiting, and abdominal pain. You can read their story here.
A recent report in Missouri MedicineTrusted Source found that some of the more common illnesses connected to marijuana use have also increased in Colorado since legalization. These include:
- cannabinoid hyperemesis syndrome (CHS)
- acute psychosis
- cannabinoid catatonia syndrome
- acute myopericarditis
Of course, this article doesn’t take into account;
- Road accidents due to WEED
- Suicide due to WEED
- Murder due to WEED
All of these make you dead, and all the result of cannabis use! So, If cannabis doesn’t kill then neither does Tobacco, right?