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A 2001 study published in the journal Circulation reviewed the most significant interactions between cannabis and the heart: Several effects of smoked marijuana on the cardiovascular system have been well described.
For example, smoking marijuana is associated with a dose-dependent increase in heart rate.
A 2011 report on drug abuse from the UK’s National Health Service (NHS) states that there had been (at least at that time), zero documented cases of fatal overdoses from cannabis.
If cannabis killed Gemma Moss, it would had to have done so through a mechanism other than direct toxicity.
He said: “The physical examination and the examination of various organs including the heart and the liver showed no abnormality that could account for her death.
The level of cannabinoids in the blood were 0.1 to 0.15 milligrams per litre, this is considered as moderate to heavy cannabis use.
Thus, taken together, smoking marijuana is associated with an increase in myocardial oxygen demand and a concomitant decrease in oxygen supply.
To see if these effects contributed to the incidence of heart attacks, researchers surveyed 3882 patients who had suffered heart attacks, asking them to recall when they had most recently smoked marijuana (if at all) prior to their heart attacks.
If you have questions about your account, please email us at [email protected] If you'd like to hear about it, sign up here for updates.Gemma Moss, 31, was killed by the level of the drug in her blood, an inquest heard.The regular churchgoer, who was found dead in her bedroom, is thought to be the first woman in Britain known to have died directly from cannabis poisoning.Reports from the local newspaper of the town in which Moss lived confirm both her death, which occurred on 28 October 2013, as well as the suggested link between her demise and a half-smoked joint.An inquest (i.e., a legal investigation into her death) was held on 21 January 2014.