Louisiana woman becomes the first woman to die from Marijuana (THC) overdose

FIRST-EVER THC OVERDOSE: A Louisiana woman who died in February was killed from THC overdose, a coroner reported. Her toxicology report showed no other drugs or alcohol, making this the first-ever recorded marijuana overdose.

ST. JOHN THE BAPTIST PARISH, La. — The story of a woman dying from what one coroner says is an apparent THC overdose in St. John the Baptist Parish is turning heads. 

If the coroner is correct, her death would be the first of its kind on record, not only the country but in the entire world, begging the question – is that even possible?

This “medical mystery” started with an unexplained death in February. A 39-year-old woman was found dead in her LaPlace apartment.

From the start, the St. John Coroner said he knew it would be a hard case to solve. Continue Reading