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Is Alcohol Worse Than Ecstasy?
Is Alcohol Worse Than Ecstasy?

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‘Is Alcohol Worse Than Ecstasy?’ takes a scientific look towards the current ranking system of drugs.In a surprising outcome, alcohol, solvents and tobacco (all unclassified drugs) are rated more dangerous than ecstasy, 4-MTA and LSD (all class A drugs). If the current ABC system is retained, alcohol would be rated a class A drug and tobacco class B.The drug policies have remained unchanged over the last 40 years; this film highlights that it is now high time for a change in the current ABC System, which is arbitrary and unscientific in the context of the new research findings.The scientists involved, including members of the government’s top advisory committee on drug classification, have produced a thorough assessment of the social and individual harm caused by 20 of the UK’s most dangerous drugs and assert that this should form the basis of future ranking.

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The Real Walter White
The Real Walter White

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Breaking Bad is arguably the best TV show of all time. The real Walter White was one of the most successful meth cook’s from Alabama. In this documentary he retells his story and how he became rich from cooking and distributing meth.

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Anatomy of a Prison Murder – Gladiator Days
Anatomy of a Prison Murder – Gladiator Days

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In the USA especially, violent crime and assault are commonplace in all prisons. Prisoners are subject to rape, drugging and even murder. Anatomy of a prison murder explores the violence in the US prison system using state of the art surveillance equipment. The documentary unwittingly uncovers a brutal planned murder within the prison.

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The Union: The Business Behind Getting High
The Union: The Business Behind Getting High

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In this 2007 documentary the current policy of United States and Canada on marijuana prohibition. Using interviews of both professional academics and marijuana aficionados this documentary raises questions on the hundred years of marijuana prohibition.

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The House of Rothschild
The House of Rothschild

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The Rothschild Family - Puppet Masters - World's Only Trillionaires"Give me control of a nation's money and I care not who makes the laws." "We shall have World Government, whether or not we like it. The only question is whether World Government will be achieved by conquest or consent." ~ Rothschild

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How Does Your Memory Work?
How Does Your Memory Work?

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One of the most interesting aspects to the human brain is the ability to remember, and more specifically beyond remembering language or shopping lists, to ‘travel’ back in time within your memory. How Does Your Memory Work? takes us on a trip through the brain, focusing on some unique people, including a man with no memory, and a women who is using pills to erase traumatic memories.With these stories, as well as with information provided by some of the world’s top memory researchers, we learn that memory develops early, but as time progresses some parts of memory can disappear. We also find out that our memory shapes who we are, including our personalities.

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Gypsy Child Thieves
Gypsy Child Thieves

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The Romanian Gypsies is becoming a huge problem to the European community. Children are being forced to beg and steal from innocent people in order to buy drugs or just to live. To understand what is happening to these children Romanian film-maker Liviu Tipurita begins a journey through Europe which takes him inside the closed world of the Gypsy community, and talks to the authorities and institutions meant to be dealing with this disturbing phenomenon.

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Montana Meth
Montana Meth

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"Montana Meth takes an unflinching look at the debilitating impact of methamphetamine use. Delving deeper into the subject then ever before, it chronicles the stories of users and communities suffering from the tragic consequences of methamphetamine use.This documentary film gives a really clear image of the shocking demise suffered by the users and the victims of these users…the methamphetamine epidemic just seems to be growing and there is a need to do something dramatic about it.The Meth Project continue to work hard with the film company to make this film possible and describe the dangers and issues surrounding the use of methamphetamine. Meth has been cited by law enforcement officials as one the leading crime problems in America and has reached epidemic proportions in many states.It is now becoming very evident in other parts of the world and we need to work to recognise the affects in the users to provide some early intervention.For more information visit www.MethProject.orgMessage:Montana Meth is a personal look at the devastating physical andpsychological damage caused by methamphetamine, one of the most highlyaddictive substances known. The effects of METH are far reaching and diverse and anyone suspecting that a loved one is becoming a user they need to become aware of the many signs: Lesions of the skin brain damage paranoia tooth decay psycological change Finally deathTo bring up the profile of this issue the documentary has been shown as part of HBO’s Addiction series."

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Worlds Scariest Drug
Worlds Scariest Drug

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"This documentary from the Vice team borders on the absolutely most scary of their series.Beware of Scopolamine it is a killer drug with NO benefits.The team went to Columbia to explore the report of the most dangerous drug in the world; not due to recreational use but because of it’s use as a criminal and deadly agent. There is nothing in the deadly country of Columbia which the peolpe fear more than this drug..or falling foul of it’s use.Scopolamine, also known as “The Devil’s Breath.” is a drug which is so very powerful and renders those subjected to it completely void of their own will…they are totally under the control of the criminal who has administered it!! They can be taken to the ATM and withdraw all their money or drive to their own house and empty every item and anyone observing would believe they have done so under their own free will. It is this robbery of the persons free will which makes this so lethal.It is used by crime gangs and prostitutes to rob abuse and often kill the individual…it is used in abductions and there is nothing at all recreational about this drug.This is one drug that even drug abusers in their own right avoid like the plague…one manipulator describes it as worse than Anthrax.Scopolamine and its use in Columbia has completely changed the Vice teams thoughts and they too were so careful to flush the drug down the toilet….it can be carried airborne or administered in a drink …just so lethal and frightening.Victims who survive the experience remember nothing of what they have done and usually have repeated flashback of memory loss.Beware of this killer drug."

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The OxyContin Express
The OxyContin Express

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The OxyContin Express examines Florida’s massive problem with prescription pill abuse ranging from anxiety drugs, Xanax, to synthesized heroin, Oxycontin. This documentary shows the trials and pain of overdoses, junkies and crooked doctors.

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Waiting to Inhale
Waiting to Inhale

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‘Waiting to Inhale’ examines the heated debate over marijuana and its use as medicine in the United States. It sheds new light on this controversy and presents shocking new evidence that marijuana could hold a big stake in the future of medicine.Legislation to protect patients who use medical marijuana has been passed by 12 states. Yet opponents claim the medical argument is just a disguise for a different agenda – to legalize marijuana for recreation and profit.This film looks into details such as the claims that are being made and their stakes. Waiting to Inhale takes viewers inside the lives of patients who have been forever changed by illness—and parents who lost their children to addiction.It even attempts to evaluate whether there is any evidence to support the claim that marijuana can alleviate some of the devastating symptoms of AIDS, cancer and multiple sclerosis.It is striking from the social stand point that we deal with marijuana more harshly than alcohol despite the fact that alcohol causes more deaths and more injuries, making peoples’ judgment impaired more than marijuana.

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Addicted to Pleasure: Tobacco
Addicted to Pleasure: Tobacco

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Actor Brian Cox brings another short documentary on addictions, now telling the story of tobacco. Going deep into the history of how smoking and the tobacco trade helped grow the British empire, then looking at how cigarette companies are constantly pushing to make their product the most addictive, this show tells it all.

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Cocaine Cowboys
Cocaine Cowboys

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"‘Cocaine Cowboys’ is a hard-hitting documentary film by Billy Cosben based on the sordid history of drug trafficking in Miami. There are three distinct sections in this film: outlining the basics of cocaine importation and distribution; analyzing the detrimental societal effects of a city awash in illegal cash; and cataloging the runaway violence that accompanies the inevitable drug wars.It includes the thoughts, opinions and commentary of ostentatious dealers, paid assassins, police detectives and crime reporters.A major cocaine dealer, Jon Roberts and expert transporter, Mickey Munday are featured in this film and composer Jan Hammer has provided the background score."

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The Beyond Within
The Beyond Within

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‘The Beyond Within’ shows how until recent times, a world known only to holy man, to saints, and perhaps to the insane, opened to the common man. And this had been made possible by the mystical drug, LSD.This drug challenges our very conception of reality and its’ turbulent history raises sharp questions about the dividing line between private experience and public policy.To some, it’s a doorway to a greater consciousness, while to others it is a dangerous and subversive poison.But no matter what it definitely makes a person experience one of the most momentous event of their lives.

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We Love Cigarettes
We Love Cigarettes

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Nicotine. It is one of the most widely consumed recreational drugs. Across all cultures people love their nicotine. In this one way our race of people stand united we love smoking, chewing or snorting nicotine. We love the buzz. This documentary by BBC’s Horizon takes a look at the nicotine culture across the globe and tries to explain why this deadly drug is so popular.

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The Vice Guide To Travel: Liberia
The Vice Guide To Travel: Liberia

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This is no ordinary travel documentary; this is total “Hell on Earth”. Warlords, cannibalism, child soldiers on heroin, squalor and total madness. General Bin Laden, General Butnaked, General Mosquito…just imagine the scene in Baboon town. This is a black humorous look at what is a comical yet deadly situation…amazing!What Andy Capper, Editor Vice UK, is said about the film: We came to Liberia with a small team of three and quickly found a local journalist who would be our guide and fixer. Our first shoot location was the prestigious West Point, home to 80,000 people living in that redefine squalor. Thousands of rotting garbage around the neighborhood, which has no sewage system.Almost everyone – including local government officials – defecate and urinate in the open. Drugs, prostitution and armed robbery are the main industries. We got to know some of the residents of West Point, they told us their stories as he smoked heroin and cocaine and we asked for money.Then we visited a local brothel. Women who lived there spoke to us about the UN peacekeepers who have sex with child prostitutes and beat older women, and then not pay.But perhaps the most revealing parts of our trip to Liberia came to the meeting of the main leaders of the nation’s civil wars. There is a tradition in the Liberian militias outrageous noms de guerre assumed. Therefore, our subjects Bin Laden named General, General Rambo and General Butt Naked. The latter, in particular, was one of the Liberian warlords, most famous. He claims to have personally killed 20,000 people, including babies, and sometimes have cannibalized his victims.Today, General Butt Naked is on his birth name, which is Joshua. During our time together, we said that Liberia will surely implode into civil war when the UN leaves again next year. But in the meantime, Joshua wants to redeem himself. He offered us a vision of Liberia that wants to establish, and we are growing for him. He took us to his church, which rehabilitates child soldiers. We watched as he preached his way through Monrovia on a Sunday.Is there a possibility that successful mission, and the civil war still can be avoided in this country so desperately? That’s one of the many questions that arose with our safe return of Liberia. View our documentary about our stay there and see what you think.

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Sex Slaves
Sex Slaves

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"Trafficking in sex slaves, beautiful women are abused and the centre for much of this trafficking is Odessa in the Ukraine. Girls are sold from one pimp to another and they are purely a commodity … if they get pregnant they are then forced into having an abortion.Moldova a very poor country has become one of the key suppliers of girls for the sex trade. Newspapers are used for advertising…70% of the girls probably realise where they will be going and what they will be involved in but the other 30% simply are tricked and know nothing of what to expect…many of them leave young children behind with mothers or other relatives.Many questions are broached involving but not exclusively:How can they become involved.Why cant they run awayWho controls the girls destinyWhat are they promisedAre they simply not intelligent enough to understand the risksWhat are the psychological capabilities of the girlsWho are the transporters, pimps…traffickersAre forced abortions standardThis documentary follows some of the individuals involved in this very shady trade.The girls are “broken” in front of the other girls and completely suppressed and become completely submissive.Abroad and big money are key phrases which lure these poor girls into this terrible sexuality trade.We follow an attempt to recover one of the girls from this forced trade but she is only one of 30, 40, 50 thousand trafficked girls to European countries. In most countries the trafficked women are treated as illegal immigrants and as such if they are apprehended by te police they are then locked up and degraded again before finally being deported….the police really have no sympathy for girls they believe to be simple prostitutes who knew what they were getting into.This one girl has been recovered but she will be terribly scarred psychologically…. having suffered rape, drugging, beatings, abortion and further humiliation things could never return to the same as they were..Sadly there seems to be no reduction of this trafficking .More information can be found about sex slaves and trafficking at this website http://www.pbs.org"

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Strain Hunters
Strain Hunters

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Strain Hunters is a sequence of docudramas intended at enlightening the common community about the mission for the protection of the cannabis herb in the method of exceptionally susceptible landraces beginning in the humblest parts of the world.The only determined of Strain Hunters is to recognize, discover and recover cannabis landraces that have not been examined, in order to provide experts and physicians the opportunity to further augment information of the cannabis shrub in the medical domain.Numerous formerly unfamiliar cannabinoid summaries are contained in cannabis landraces commencing from vicinities where there is no likelihood of technical investigation.Someday these shrubberies could be beneficial in creating enhanced treatments for the ill and the agonizing. We believe it is our responsibility to conserve as numerous cannabis landraces in our genomic databank, and by propagating them into additional researched pharmaceutical strains for the solitary reason of scientific exploration.Throughout the creation of the Strain Hunters documentaries no damage was done to any individual, creature, shrub, or the natural environment. Altogether carbon emissions produced by this venture have been counterbalance by depositing thousands of plant seeds.The Strain Hunters documentaries have the distinct and restricted reason of info to the common populace. Strain Hunters do not sanction or endorse prohibited actions of any type.

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Ibogaine: Rite of Passage
Ibogaine: Rite of Passage

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‘Ibogaine: Rite of Passage’ is a 50 minute documentary that shows the different aspects of this special substance, that is derived from the root of an African plant that grows in Gabon, by means of personal experiences and explanations of ex-addicts, treatment providers and experts.This film includes the story of Cy, who had been using a mixture of heroine and amphetamine for about 11 years, but more his concern for his three children and his ambitions are compelling him to give up his addiction which is taking an emotional toll on him; and Moussavou, who had suffered from an illness for more than a year and hopes that eating the holy plant will be the starting point of a new phase in her life.This plant was originally used during initiations of the Bwiti culture, but in the sixties, the anti-addictive properties of this psychoactive substance were discovered by Howard Lotsof.Despite the results that show the efficacy of Ibogaine, the pharmaceutical companies and the government show no interest and stay skeptical. The decision about the use of Ibogaine in the treatment of addiction appears to be made on political and economical, rather than a rational basis.

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Glut: The Untold Story of Punjab
Glut: The Untold Story of Punjab

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73.5 % of Punjab’s young is in love with narcotics. A multi million illegal drug nexus running under the noses of the Perimeter Security Force, The Board of directors of Tax revenue Intelligence agency, The Narcotics Control condition Federal agency and the Intelligence agency Office, leaving alone them as simple bystanders to Punjab’s wearing. The annual usage of intoxicant in Punjab is extending to 29 Corer bottlefuls making it one of the highest per capita consumers of alcoholic drink from world!The scenario in Punjab is getting worse by the day, which specialists have already begun to position an expiration particular date about the province.This docudrama takes an emphasis on the upcoming menace of narcotic mania in Punjab. It researches in detail how the pill is trafficked in Punjab from Republic of India West Pakistan delimitation and this network scatters through the state.Recounted by Rahul Bose and referred by many as significant names. However now and then it does seek to progress pathos to get the fellows feeling of the spectator, but mostly it rests rather bluff. It’s really an eye opener.

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Science of Steroids
Science of Steroids

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Athletes take recourse to various drugs to increase the natural performance of their bodies. While majority of the athletes develop their muscle mass by using standard techniques like lifting weights or running. However, there exist a few athletes who take help of artificial substances. These substances promote the growth of muscles and the expression of male traits teenage boys experience at puberty.Anabolic-androgenic steroids (AAS), commonly called steroids, are a derivate of the testosterone male hormone.Man’s body is designed in a way that it can adapt itself to the harshest of environments. This becomes possible when muscles increase their size over relatively-short periods of time. Working out depends on the same phenomenon. When we undertake an exercise small tears are created inside the muscle fibers. These tears get repaired by the immune system.When repairing takes place, our body also compensates for the damage, and adds more material to the muscles than that got ripped. If this process is undertaken repeatedly then the muscle mass visibly grows, to the point where it becomes noticeable. In case of constant recurrence exact muscular mass gets developed.Steroids promote this kind of growth but artificially. They travel via the blood stream to the cells. They hook up to small portions of the cells known as androgen receptors. From there they pick up the molecules and carry them inside muscle cells. At that point, DNA is combined and proteins of a specific kind are released. The use of steroids only leads to dire consequences.Steroids help in accelerating cell and muscle growth. Being an artificial process, the body is not always equipped to handle such massive and rapid changes. Therefore there are side effects in most cases.The film makes a point against the use of drugs to improve muscle mass. As per the claims made by the film, instead of picking up steroid spending some time in the gym each week would produce similar results.

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Sacred Weeds – Blue Lilly Flower
Sacred Weeds – Blue Lilly Flower

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‘Sacred Weeds’ is a 50 minute documentary film, produced by Sarah Marris, and her production company TVF.It is a four part television series investigating the cultural impact of psychoactive plants on early civilizations.This series was hosted by Dr Andrew Sherratt, The Reader in European Pre-History at the University of Oxford, and later appointed as a Professor of Archaeology.In each episode the series investigated one psychoactive plant and its cultural significance. Three specialists of various scientific disciplines were invited to monitor two volunteers who had taken each plant. Each episode began and ended with Sherratt inscribing his diary with his reflections on the series’ scientific and cultural investigations.

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Sex, Drugs, and Democracy
Sex, Drugs, and Democracy

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“Sex”, Drugs, and Democracy is Jonathan Blanks award winning, indie rage movie, which grossed over $ 1 million in its art-house running.The Dutch game plan associated with a totally free modern society consists of a legitimatized sex activity marketplace, the open sale of ganja and marijuana, absolute equality for homosexuals, dispersion of uninfected syringes and methadone hydrochloride to junkies, and governing funded abortion, mercy killing and sex teaching for schoolchildren.Has this unconventional school of thought altered Netherlands from a domain of tulips, windmills and wooden shoes into a modern age Sodom and Gomorra, patently not? In Netherlands proportions of illegal drug use, dependence and ACQUIRED IMMUNE DEFICIENCY SYNDROME transmittance are completely low, and the Dutch people have the lowest proportions of abortion, teen pregnancy and imprisonment in the world.Filmed over the course of many calendars month passed in Nederland by author film director Jonathan Blank, the provocative docudrama has telltale consultations with everyone from government officials, police officer, clergy and scientists to cabaret proprietors, drug dealers and woman of the street and outrageous shots from hashish saloons, whorehouses, nights club, prisons house and rallies. The prominent soundtrack features music from American and Dutch indie bands.

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San  Francisco Meth Zombies
San Francisco Meth Zombies

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Since the 1960s' psychedelic revolution San Francisco has become an enormous drug abuse center. Homosexuals there are known as a regular meth users and since it's so addictive the community is growing larger and larger. However - once you're in it there's no way back.

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Big Bucks, Big Pharma: Marketing Disease and Pushing Drugs
Big Bucks, Big Pharma: Marketing Disease and Pushing Drugs

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‘Big Bucks, Big Pharma’ is a shocking documentary exposing the sinister ways in which the the multi-billion dollar pharmaceutical industry uses, manipulates and sometimes even creates illnesses for making profits. They work with the close cooperation of doctors and media to market these seemingly normal harmless prescribed drugs to insusceptible audiences.This investigative documentary challenges the commonly held beliefs and confronts the uncomfortable consequences of relying on a for-profit industry for our health and well-being, and letting this industry form our perceptions

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Strain Hunters
Strain Hunters

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Strain Hunters is a sequence of docudramas intended at enlightening the common community about the mission for the protection of the cannabis herb in the method of exceptionally susceptible landraces beginning in the humblest parts of the world.The only determined of Strain Hunters is to recognize, discover and recover cannabis landraces that have not been examined, in order to provide experts and physicians the opportunity to further augment information of the cannabis shrub in the medical domain.Numerous formerly unfamiliar cannabinoid summaries are contained in cannabis landraces commencing from vicinities where there is no likelihood of technical investigation.Someday these shrubberies could be beneficial in creating enhanced treatments for the ill and the agonizing. We believe it is our responsibility to conserve as numerous cannabis landraces in our genomic databank, and by propagating them into additional researched pharmaceutical strains for the solitary reason of scientific exploration.Throughout the creation of the Strain Hunters documentaries no damage was done to any individual, creature, shrub, or the natural environment. Altogether carbon emissions produced by this venture have been counterbalance by depositing thousands of plant seeds.The Strain Hunters documentaries have the distinct and restricted reason of info to the common populace. Strain Hunters do not sanction or endorse prohibited actions of any type.

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Making A Killing: The Untold Story of Psychotropic Drugging
Making A Killing: The Untold Story of Psychotropic Drugging

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‘Making A Killing: The Untold Story of Psychotropic Drugging’ is the story of big money-drugs that fuel a $330 billion psychiatric industry, without a single cure. This documentary film contains more than 175 interviews with lawyers, mental health experts, the families of victims and the survivors themselves, exposing the way in which the disease as well as the drug for the disease is branded by the industry for the treatment of a disease that did not exist before the industry made the disease.These drugs kill around 42,000 people every year and the death count keeps increasing; but still this brutal industry is thriving in the lack of a concerted action against it.

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Scampia 24 – Drug, feuds and blood in the land of the Camorra
Scampia 24 – Drug, feuds and blood in the land of the Camorra

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The Camorra is a Mafia-type criminal organization originating in the region of Campania and its capital Naples, in the south of Italy. The Camorra’s main business is focused on drug trafficking and Scampia is one of the major centres for drug trafficking & illegal activities in Europe. The Italian police are fighting hard against this area’s drug trafficking. Many battles have been won. But the war is still happening.

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The Chemical Generation
The Chemical Generation

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This documentary covers the acid house, rave and club culture revolution in the UK and of course the chemical Methylenedioxymethamphetamine or ecstasy. This era inspired the film 24 Hour Party people and sheds light on the forgotten counter culture movement.

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Should I Smoke Dope?
Should I Smoke Dope?

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‘Should I Smoke Dope?’ is an investigative and revealing documentary by journalist Nicky Taylor, that looks into the effect cannabis have on the daily life.In her month long experiment she discovers firsthand how the drug affects the daily life of the people. Back in the UK, Nicky finds out about the genetically modified cannabis called “skunk,” which is cheap and increasingly sold on the streets.The breakthrough results were found to be quite unsettling. Although it’s illegal, over 15 million people have tried cannabis and there is a growing debate about whether cannabis should be reclassified as a class B drug.This film attempts to explore answers for disturbing questions such as whether marijuana can make one crazy, is it worse than alcohol or is it stronger than it used to be originally.

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Prescription for Disaster
Prescription for Disaster

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‘Prescription for Disaster’ is a documentary film investigating the symbiotic relationships between the pharmaceutical industry, the FDA, lobbyists, lawmakers, medical schools, and researchers, and the impact this has on consumers and their health care. It explores the consequences we, as a society face because of the way business and health treatment works today.The film highlights Vioxx, which turned out to be a catastrophic tragedy because of a regulatory failure by FDA and the Center of Drug Evaluation and Research.The film critically scrutinizes patented drugs, the reasons for them being so prevalently prescribed by doctors, and the role played by insurance companies and HMOs in ensuring conformity.Substitutes to traditional pharmacology and drug therapy, such as vitamins, nutritional supplements, diet, exercise and healthy lifestyle are also evaluated, along with the marketing and public relations efforts the pharmaceutical companies deploy including sales reps, medical journals and conferences.

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The War On Drugs: The Prison Industrial Complex
The War On Drugs: The Prison Industrial Complex

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‘The War On Drugs: The Prison Industrial Complex’ reveals a surprising number of figures of drug offenders in The United States.It shows how the number of Americans imprisoned on drug charges have grown in leaps and bounds from just 50,000 in 1980 to nearly 500,00 within three decades, making the United States operate the largest prison system on the planet.According to the U.S. Dept of Justice, the number of offenders under age 18, mostly African-Americans, imprisoned for drug offenses increased twelvefold from 1985 to 1997 and the number put in prison increased from 53 to 62 percent.Today, 89 percent of police departments have paramilitary units, and 46 percent have been trained by active duty armed forces. The most common use of paramilitary units is serving drug-related search warrants, which usually involve no-knock entries into private homes.

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The Hemp Revolution
The Hemp Revolution

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‘The Hemp Revolution’ covers with every historical and contemporary facet of hemp usage and cultivation mainly in the U.S.It describes how the production of hemp is much more durable and economic than wood and has multilateral uses as e.g. food products, as a non-polluting fuel and as a pharmaceutical product with much less grievous side-effects than chemical pharmaceutical products.The film also investigates why America went from producing vast quantities of the non-narcotic industrial hemp to the complete ban on hemp production in 1938. It unravels the fact that the large oil-based industries actually had a key role in the ban.The documentary concludes that hemp may prove to be a valid substitute to both oil and wood in the future.

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The Drugging of Our Children
The Drugging of Our Children

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‘The Drugging of Our Children’ is an informative documentary that highlights the dangers child or adolescent with ADD or ADHD can face in the absence of proper diagnosis and objective medical tests, leaving their treatment on guesses and chances.There is yet no organic basis found that causes these symptoms. Psychiatrists may then prescribe psychotropic drugs for the children without first without making it clear to parents that these medications can have severe side-effects including insomnia, loss of appetite, headaches, psychotic symptoms and even potentially fatal adverse reactions, such as cardiac arrhythmia, without taking into consideration other causes or aggravating factors, such as diet, or environment.A greater awareness in thus required to avoid unnecessary harassment by establishments.

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Ecstasy Rising
Ecstasy Rising

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In this Peter Jennings special, we see a expose of the most popular illicit drug, next to Cannabis, MDMA, or Ecstasy. Peter interviews the proponents as well as the opponents of this mind altering drug. We also see how the DEA responded to the new epidemic and how a new culture has been developed around it.

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Weediquette: Intro to Butane Hash Oil
Weediquette: Intro to Butane Hash Oil

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The very first episode of Weediquette shows a new way of smoking weed. Commonly known as BHO, butane honey oil, dabs, shatter and much more.

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UK's scariest debt collector
UK's scariest debt collector

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"After a spell of five years in prison a man named Shaun Smith transfered many urban terrorism skills to become a debt collector in the northern English satellite town of Warrington. Ten years ago he was an enforcer for one of the biggest crime gangs in Liverpool and participated in a war against a rival drug gang.This kind of experience helped Shaun to become a perfect person to frighten and intimidate people."

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The Hasidic Drugdealer
The Hasidic Drugdealer

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This is the story of a convict who drugdealer Satmar after his release from prison he’s trying to return to the community.Although not sound like the smartest cookies around, and that’s probably why he was chosen to do the things he did drugs.And it’s a little obvious do not want to fully integrate into the community that wants to eat the cake and have it (no pun intended), but anything that sounds like a good boy who got caught up in something that was bigger then he could handle, all I can say is good luck.And one more thing, I had to go, her parents classic excuse for everything that you do something wrong in life, but mostly it’s a good piece.

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Mexico’s Drug War
Mexico’s Drug War

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New Video: http://youtu.be/2GhX3ns8uBc Violence is running out of control in Mexico as rival drug cartels battle over the smuggling routes to America. Mexico's president has declared war on the gangsters but the only result appears to be an escalataKatya Adler in his film talks about a shocking conflict. He exposes and uncovers the truth behind the seemingly random and disturbing violence.The film shows how violence runs wild in Mexico as rival drug cartels battle over the smuggling routes to America.Though Mexico’s president has declared war on the gangsters, the only result appears to be an escalation of the killings.Chapo Guzman, the man behind Mexico’s most powerful drugs cartel, continues to elude capture. He is the world’s richest and most powerful men, and his exploits are glorified in folk songs. In his recent wedding is claimed many senior Mexican officials marked their attendance.The film raises the question whether the continuing freedom of the world’s most powerful drug runner, Joaquin Chapo Guzman, suggest that the Government’s war is toothless.on of the killings.Katya Adler journeys deep into the heart of a shocking conflict, uncovering the human stories behind the seemingly random and disturbing violence. She asks whether the continuing freedom of the world's most powerful drug runner, Joaquin 'Chapo' Guzman, is evidence that the Government's war is toothless.

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Plan Colombia: Cashing-In on the Drug War Failure
Plan Colombia: Cashing-In on the Drug War Failure

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‘Plan Colombia: Cashing-In on the Drug War Failure’ shows how despite 20 years of US war-on-drugs in Colombia paid for by U.S. tax-payers, cocaine trafficking and money-laundering are skyrocketing to unseen proportions.Also, the U.S. State Department has officially shifted its priority in Colombia from counter-narcotics to counter-insurgency conveniently dubbed anti-terrorism, so the big question remains whether U.S. is just trying to secure Colombia’s oil & natural resources instead of fighting drugs!

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Poverty in Chicago
Poverty in Chicago

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Directed and produced by Brian Schodorf this film is an exploration of how the drug affects the homeless population suffer from society as a whole with exclusive interviews with key Chicago political and social leaders.Schodorf relation to men allows the viewer to have a true insight into what life is like a permanent resident of the streets.Poverty in Chicago, too, explores the devastating loss of more than 150 lives in the winter of 2006 at the hands of a deadly epidemic of heroin.“I said. Now, I’ll show you,” said a homeless man who leads the team through infested areas most crimes in South Chicago and west inside the drug trade itself.

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The Marketing of Madness: Are We All Insane?
The Marketing of Madness: Are We All Insane?

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The Marketing of Madness, is a three part documentary that brings to the fore the nexus between psychiatry and drug companies which are hand in glove in exploiting the patients suffering from mental disorders.The documentary presents a real story about the $80 billion profit earned by the psychiatry and drug companies which go on building profits clandestinely by taking recourse to stealthy marketing ploys which more often than not hide the true face of these corporations and the dangerous sales campaigns undertaken by them.The movie brings forth some important discoveries regarding the modern drugs which not only make mental illness more acute but also induce depression. Also, theses psychiatric drugs for children have been reported to be far more addictive than cocaine The film questions the very diagnoses and the medication prescribed by the psychiatrists. The 297 mental disorders part of the Diagnostic and Statistical Manual of Mental Disorders, cannot be objectively measured by pathological tests. Hence the very foundation of the psychiatric diagnoses stands on a very dubious ground. The film shows that the mental disorder symptoms are subjectively and arbitrarily assigned in the manual further challenging the authenticity of such a manual which is used for treating millions of patients worldwide.The documentary exposes the true face behind the corporate veneer maintained by the psychiatric and drug companies. The entire health care system that poses as providing care and treatment for mental disorders is exposes in its grim reality.

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The World’s Most Dangerous Drug (Meth)
The World’s Most Dangerous Drug (Meth)

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The documentary, The World’s Most Dangerous Drug, talks about the viciously addictive drug Methamphetamines, known by the street name Crystal, Ice, and Crank. The film delves on the devastating effects of methamphetamines. This drug provides the hyperactivity effects of Cocaine as well as the delusional effects of LSD. Amphetamines are easily found in virtually every community. According to some estimates there are 26 million worldwide users of this drug. With US law that began to eliminate methamphetamine labs, its supply came from Mexico using routes already established by Cocaine Cartels.The drug gives a high for a relatively longer period of time to the users. It keeps users pumped up from 6 to 12 hours. The effect of the drug range from paranoia, invulnerability, increased strength, euphoria. The negative impact on health includes rotten teeth, suppression of appetite, insomnia, and in some cases brain damage.The ease with which this drug can be taken makes it even more dangerous. It can be swallowed, snorted, injected, or smoked. Besides it is cheap to buy or can be easily manufactured by almost anyone.The film includes some graphic photos and a few disturbing video clips. These elements in reinforce the main message of the documentary.

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When We Grow… This Is What We Can Do
When We Grow… This Is What We Can Do

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This film on cannabis made by two young filmmakers on a very small budget discusses and explores the prohibition of cannabis, who it affects, who profits from it and the reason for its prohibition.The film includes interviews with a cannabis activist, a hydroponic grow shop owner, a cannabis dealer, a professor of neuropsychopharmacology, who just so happens to be a former government drugs policy advisor and a medical marijuana user. This professor would rather die than live without it.

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The God Father of Ecstasy
The God Father of Ecstasy

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The God Father of Ecstasy' is a documentary about a mad chemist named Dr. Alexander "Sasha" Shulgin who discovered the effects of Ecstasy (aka MDMA) and over 200 other mind-altering drugs. Alecander earned a name of "The Godfather of Psychedelics" as he was one of the greatest chemists in the 20th century. He used his wife and himself as a couple of test bunnies which has led him to some health problems. Nevertheless this guy has made a huge influence to our world making this world a more interesting place to live in.

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Russia's Deadliest Drug
Russia's Deadliest Drug

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"Recently a drug named 'Krokodil' gained it's success amongst the Russian youth. It's a cheap home-made drug created to pleasure people. However this kind of pleasure could be really tragic. This documentary shows exactly what 'Krokodil' could do to a single person. Viewer Discretion is Advised"

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Hunting Pablo Escobar
Hunting Pablo Escobar

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In 1989, Forbes magazine estimated Escobar to be the seventh richest man in the world with a personal fortune of about $ 25 billion, while the Medellin cartel controlled 80% of global cocaine market. Although seen as an enemy of the United States and the governments of Colombia, Escobar was a hero to many in Medellín (especially the poor), but it was a natural at public relations and worked to create goodwill among poor people in Colombia . A sports fan of all life, is credited with building football fields and sports courts, as well as sponsoring small football teams in the league.Escobar looked responsible for the construction of many churches in Medellín, which gained him popularity inside the local Roman Catholic Church. He worked hard to cultivate his “Robin Hood” image and frequently distributed money to the poor through housing projects and other civic activities, which earned him considerable popularity among the poor. The population of Medellín often helped Escobar by serving as lookouts, hiding information from the authorities, or do anything else I could do to protect it. Despite its popular image among the community of Escobar Medellin was well known among business partners to be an insecure, paranoid murderer, ruthless.His brother was reported saying that Paul was so fiercely committed to the loyalty that once threatened him at gunpoint in a little misunderstanding. His brother said that his ability to make friends with the dangerous and intimidating power is what made him so unstoppable like him. At the height of his power, the Medellin drug traffickers and other areas delivered between 20 and 35% of Colombian cocaine-related benefits to Escobar.Escobar’s ongoing struggle to maintain supremacy was in Colombia is rapidly becoming the murder capital of the world, with 7081 victims in 1991 alone. The homicide rate was driven by increased Escobar give money to poor young people, as a reward for killing police officers, 600 of whom died in this way.