[one_third][/one_third]Marijuana FAQs or better termed frequently asked questions are some types answered with suspicion. Meaning, not all questions can have the direct result you may be looking for. Marijuana FAQs can be found all over the internet but even though the questions may be the same the answers usually differ greatly. Sure, it depends on how the question is asked but even some of the dumbest questions can’t be answered logically. Our suggestion is and always has been to check some forums to see if you can find the answer you are looking for. At least this way when searching for marijuana faqs you can perhaps get more than one answer that sounds logical to you.
Has anyone ever died from marijuana?
In all of recorded medical literature, no one has ever died from a marijuana overdose.
In 2001, a detailed examination of the health and psychological effects of marijuana use from the National Drug and Alcohol Centre at the University of New South Wales in Australia noted that marijuana “makes no known contribution to deaths and a minor contribution to morbidity [illness].”
In a 1998 editorial, The Lancet, an esteemed British medical journal, wrote, “On the medical evidence available, moderate indulgence in cannabis has little ill-effect on health.” 
Can marijuana use cause cancer?
Marijuana smokers do not have an increased risk of premature death or cancer. According to the National Academy of Sciences’ Institute of Medicine’s 1999 report, Marijuana and Medicine: Assessing the Science Base:
“There is no conclusive evidence that marijuana causes cancer in humans, including cancers usually related to tobacco use. … More definitive evidence that habitual marijuana smoking leads or does not lead to respiratory cancer awaits the results of well-designed case control epidemiological studies.”
Can marijuana cause fertility problems?
According to the National Academy of Sciences’ Institute of Medicine’s 1999 report, Marijuana and Medicine: Assessing the Science Base:
“[T]he effect of cannabinoids on the capacity of sperm to fertilize eggs is reversible and is observed at [concentrations] which are higher than those likely to be experienced by marijuana smokers … The well-documented inhibition of reproductive functions by THC is thus not a serious concern for evaluating the short-term medical use of marijuana or specific cannabinoids.”
Can marijuana cause other life-threatening health problems?
According to the National Academy of Sciences’ Institute of Medicine’s 1999 report, Marijuana and Medicine: Assessing the Science Base, “Epidemiological data indicate that in the general population marijuana use is not associated with increased mortality.”
If the questions are of a serious nature please consult your physician or local police as they probably have better answers than online. After all, if you are in a forum as an example is the person under the influence giving you incorrect information? Is the person in the forum drunk? Is the person on the internet a child? It is most important that you use your head here and seek out competent websites which are trustworthy and not some kid in his bedroom making stuff up from the top of his head. Here are some forums where you might have a good chance to get some answers to your questions.
Plus, if you have unanswered questions you can leave a comment here and we will do our best to answer it appropriately. Remember, there are many different sites you can go to in effort to find your answers but please do not just trust one site, check out many and you will be able to compare and see for yourself.