On this episode of 'HAMILTON'S PHARMACOPEIA,' the host heads to New Zealand to meet a drug advocate working to create safe, legal synthetic weed.
Trump set to gut environmental protections, white supremacist slapped with terrorism charges in New York, and more.
The new THC drug Syndros has received FDA approval.
Yemeni convenience store owners are worried about being blamed for a recent incident involving the drug K2 that left 33 people hospitalized.
At least 33 people in Brooklyn's Bed-Stuy neighborhood were hospitalized after apparently overdosing on synthetic marijuana.
According to the chief inspector of prisons, spice is having a "devastating impact" on inmates, so we asked them to tell us what they've seen.
Despite evolving public health regulations, synthetic weed has often been found in corner stores and bodegas around America. But where it originates is a bit murkier.
In this episode from season three, we investigated the deadly synthetic drug boom, then visited Iran to see how homosexuals and transsexuals navigate the country's terrifying cultural landscape.
We look back at the startling and dangerous epidemic of synthetic marijuana that led governments worldwide to begin banning the substance.
Stoffet er uforudsigeligt og kan medføre nedsat blodtilførsel til hjertet og direkte psykose, som det var tilfældet med 19-årige Henrik, der stadig døjer med psykiske mén syv uger efter, han prøvede stoffet.