Un Drug Office Can’t Find A Single Cannabis Drug Overdose,

UN Drug Office can’t find a single cannabis drug overdose, despite it being most widely-consumed drug on the planet
Cannabis is also the world's most widely cultivated drug, the most confiscated and the most likely to land a user in treatment

The United Nations Office on Drugs and Crime (UNODC) has released its 2017 World Drug Report, covering 2015 statistics from around the world. The report finds that cannabis is the most consumed, most widely cultivated and most confiscated drug the office tracks.

Despite leading in all of these categories, UNODC reported zero fatal marijuana overdoses in 2015, unchanged from 2014.

Here’s a look at some of the intriguing stats in the report:

The report states that cannabis is the planet’s most widely consumed drug, with an estimate of 3.8 percent of the adult population using it in 2015. This translates to an estimated 183 million people (with a lower range on the estimate of 128 million and an upper range of 238 million). Other drugs tracked in decreasing order of use include opioids (upper limit of .88% of population), opiates, cocaine, amphetamines and ecstasy. 39 percent of individuals reported in treatment for “drug disorder” are being treated for cannabis.

Prevalence of use varies by country.

Link : http://www.thecannabist.co/2017/06/28/united-nations-drug-office-cannabis-consumption/82564/
no shit!

Bet you'll find thousands and thousands of deaths related to alcohol or herion, though. But cannabis schedule 2 remember. As bad as meth, coke, heroin, but NOT 1 reported od. Hmmm back asswards you say our government is.