Those making a living off harvesting the potent venom of the Sonoran desert toad are getting caught in the crossfire of narco traffickers.
Observers are split on the consequences of “speed-toading” using the venom, called bufo, as a cure for the ills of the modern world.
On the season two premiere of 'HAMILTON'S PHARMACOPEIA,' the host tracks down a toad known for producing a powerful strand of DMT.
Check out a deleted scene from the new season of 'HAMILTON'S PHARMACOPEIA.'
Hamilton Morris traveled to Mexico to track down the Sonoran Desert Toad, a rare species whose venom triggers one of the most powerful trips on the planet.