From ground glass, crushed anxiety pills and detergent powder to shoe polish and rat poison, the stuff dealers add to get you your high in India can cost you dearly.
"I’m not really in it for the money. If I was, I’d probably sell something like ketamine."
"Depending on the style of the wig, it’s possible to smuggle in enough drugs for a three-day music festival."
After nearly half a century of no executions, the President wants to revive capital punishment after seeing Duterte’s crackdown against drugs.
"I charge different amounts to different people. If you're a complete knob, I'll take the piss."
"I don't want to see human life taken away unnecessarily," said Gladys Berejiklian, who refuses to consider pill-testing.
Now that weed is legal, cannabis dealers tell us about their fears and expectations about the future of their job.
We spoke to dealers, cannabis farmers, and edible bakers about their plans post-legalization.
We sat down with a dealer to find out what to do—and what to avoid—when it comes to picking up pot.