July 29, 2016

World’s Scariest Drug: The Devil’s Breath

World’s Scariest Drug: The Devil’s BreathScopolamine, which is otherwise known as “The Devil’s Breath, is a hallucinogenic drug that is considered one of the scariest in the world. What is scary about this drug is not just its addictive properties, which are as strong as just about any recreational drug, but the experiences people have when taking it.

In this documentary, Ryan Duffy travels to Colombia to learn more about this powerful drug. What he found is incredibly disturbing. Not only is the drug incredibly addictive, but it also causes extremely difficult mental and physical experiences. Some can be physically dangerous, and users often experience the inability to exercise their free will while taking this drug.

In Columbia, Duffy found dealers and users who were completely lost and unable to determine what was reality and what was fiction. Even mere suggestions of actions would be turned into facts in the minds of those on the drug. This complete loss of the senses and reality is what earned the drug its notorious nickname.

The documentary interviews people who have firsthand experience with the drug. Towards the end, the film takes a very dark turn, as the true horrors of The Devil’s Breath, the world’s scariest drug, are unveiled. Watch with caution, as some of the scenes can be a bit disturbing, but it is well worth learning more about this dangerous hallucinogenic drug before you are impacted by it.

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