2. Squeeze A LemonOne of the few things known to diminish extreme highness is limonene, a terpene that modulates THC’s effects on the brain and is conveniently found in lemons. Should you find yourself too high for your taste, squeeze juice from a fresh lemon, zest in a bit of peel, add as much sugar as necessary, and toss the whole thing down your throat. According to science, it should help. #refinery29 http://www.refinery29.com/marijuana-so-high-how-to-calm-down#slide-2
In order to overdose on cannabis, one must take around 40,000 x the amount they normally take per day, and if you've never smoked, that's 40,000 hits...too many for a person to take...and they can't even prove it will kill you because it's too hard to test!
Here's An Updated Tally Of All The People Who Have Ever Died From A Marijuana Overdose
British Woman Does the Impossible, Dies of Weed Overdose | A study cited in Dr. Leslie Iversen’s The Science of Marijuana showed that a 150 pound person would have to swallow 70 grams, or about 2.4 ounces — 5,000 times more than what will get you high, to hear Iversen tell it — to overdose on the plant. What gives, Britain? Are you sure you’re humans?