Velasquez is one of four people in IL whose deaths health officials have blamed on synthetic cannabis.
Officials in several states have raised alarm over a recent outbreak of illness caused by brodifacoum, a lethal blood thinner used in rat poison, which was in the synthetic ganja that victims consumed.
IL public health officials say a fourth person has died after using synthetic marijuana.
The most recent woman to die after using synthetic marijuana was a central IL woman in her 30s.
"We continue to see new cases of individuals experiencing severe bleeding after using synthetic cannabinoids", Nirav Shah, the state's health director, said in a statement.
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Two of the deaths occurred in men who were in their 20s; the third was a man in his 40s. More than 450 people went to a hospital after taking synthetic cannabinoids between January 2010 and November 2015, according to CDC data. "If you know someone who uses synthetic cannabinoids, tell them these are deadly products and try to help them get treatment".
The agency recently received 800,000 Vitamin K doses donated by pharmaceutical firms to help in the case. "This donation will allow every individual who has experienced severe bleeding, as well as any future cases, to receive lifesaving treatment free of charge".
Synthetic marijuana is dried plant material sprayed with various chemicals - aiming to mimic a similar reaction to the one ganja delivers.
Synthetic marijuana is not marijuana at all but man-made chemicals sold on the premise that they act on the same brain cell receptors as the main psychoactive ingredient in cannabis, THC.