The small, bulbous peyote cactus is central to the religious rituals of the Native American Church, but poaching and unsustainable harvesting practices put it at risk of extinction in the United States.
Tune into VICELAND Tuesday for an in-depth look at the psychoactive plant—from its origins to how it's used today.
Host Hamilton Morris is back to uncover the history behind the world's most extraordinary mind-altering substances.
If I knew how much work it would be to open up a brewery in Mexico, and how the tax system works against craft brewers, I probably would have never done it at all.
As with most countries on the planet, Australia has a range of indigenous chemicals which can be turned into all sorts of drugs.
Hamilton Morris recently investigated how an antiretroviral drug used to treat HIV became part of a drug epidemic. Here's some other drugs that can still be...