When it comes to the green stuff you would have to eat twenty-two kilograms of marijuana to be a risk of death.
To overdose by smoking marijuana you would have to smoke an insane 680 kilograms within 15 minutes. This is the reason there has never been a documented death from smoking too much pot.
Theobromine is a chemical found in chocolate that can be harmful to dogs but it can also be harmful to humans. Although it would take eighty-five full sized bars consumed at once to be lethal to humans.
It only takes 4 munites without oxygen to cause severe brain injury and at 6 minutes, you could die. In extreme cases, some free divers have been able to hold their breath for over 20 minutes.
70 cups of coffee contain enough caffeine to kill a 150 lbs. person. This amount of caffeine can trigger heart palpitations or even cardiac arrest.
If alcohol is more your vice, 13 shots in a row can be lethal to the human body. Alcohol is a depressant and can cause the area in the brain controlling basic life functions to shut down.
Although too much liquid can also be harmful. About 6 liters of water can cause the brain cells to swell causing headaches, seizures, comas and even death in extreme cases.
At your next party let the music flow but just don’t turn it up all the way. 150 decibels is usually considered enough to burst your eardrums, but the threshold for death is usually pegged at around 185-200 dB.
If you bite into 2 cherry pits, they contain enough cyanide take a person down. The cyanide ions inhibit the enzyme cytochrome C oxidase, causing your cells to be unable to use oxygen.
It only takes a shocking 1g of vaporized Polonium to wipe out 50 million people.
Love seasoning in your food? 48 teaspoons of your favorite seasoning at once is enough to lead to seizures, coma, or even death. It can also cause hypernatremia, a condition that causes your brain cells to shrink.
It’s pretty common knowledge that mercury can be harmful but it only takes ingesting 200mg of mercury to kill a human.
At around 8000 meters above sea level our bodies can no longer acclimatize to delimited oxygen and is known as the “death zone.”
Go without sleep for too long and you can ultimately die. The longest record for going without sleep was 11 days without any long term effects.