Follow its trail through the eyes of peasant farmers producing cocaine paste, a trafficker tied to Mexican cartels and a 28-year-old crack dealer in Miami's poorest neighborhood. Plus, go inside one radical attempt to combat heroin's social costs by supplying it free to addicts. . Now, dealers with pockets stuffed full of cash are attracting deadly stick-up crews who roam the streets looking for easy targets. Follow a raid on a suspected meth lab, stake out a neighborhood pharmacy where addicts attempt to accumulate cold and flu pills, and meet a neuroscientist urgently searching for a cure for addiction. And what are the personal costs? Can it be stopped or should it be regulated? Episode Air Date Episode Name 1 Mar 07, 2018 2 Mar 14, 2018 3 Mar 21, 2018 4 Mar 28, 2018 5 Apr 13, 2018 6 Apr 20, 2018 7 Apr 27, 2018 8 May 04, 2018 9 May 11, 2018 10 May 11, 2018 11 May 25, 2018 12 May 30, 2018 13 Jun 06, 2018 14 Jun 13, 2018 15 Jun 20, 2018 16 Jun 27, 2018 17 Jul 11, 2018 18 Jul 18, 2018 19 Jul 25, 2018 20 Aug 01, 2018 21 Aug 15, 2018 22 Aug 22, 2018 23 Aug 29, 2018 24 Sep 05, 2018 25 Sep 12, 2018.
To many, it's an evil weed, but to some, it's a sacred herb, even a lifesaver. For decades the global supply was controlled by criminals, but now a quasi-legal industry worth billions of dollars is booming. the epicenter of the 1960s' psychedelic revolution is notorious for drugs. In addition, the state and national laws banning said drugs is also discussed in full, addressing ethical debates on the matters as well. Starting form a historical standpoint, each episode tells the story of how these drugs became popular, and why real life users became attracted to them. Can it be stopped or should it be regulated? To many, it's an evil weed, but to some, it's a sacred herb, even a lifesaver.
The enabler of this situation is the Asian cartel, which has been poisoning San Francisco with high quality meth for almost 25 years but the Mexican cartels are intent on taking over. Air Date : 12th-Jul-2010 Cannabis is the most widely used illicit drug on the planet. Cartel Games gives first hand accounts of the strategy behind the moves made, from pawns to kingpins, in the drug battle we call Drugs, Inc. And literally see the true nature of cocaine addiction via revolutionary brain photography in a leading lab in Brookhaven, N. The supply chain of cocaine stretches around our world, bringing vast wealth to a few. For those that have always had an interest in the appeal of illicit drug usage with the purpose of understanding, Drugs, Inc.
Nat Geo goes inside one of the worst drug ghettos in America the heart of the drug trade. A former British gangster serves as guide into this illicit underworld, visiting a secret hash-making location nestled in the mountains. And what are the personal costs? First-person perspectives from traffickers, dealers, users, law enforcement and medical professionals detail how the drugs are processed and moved onto the streets, and the effects they have on the human body. Here, pushers prey on the young, handing them free sample bags of narcotics to turn them into new customers. The Dominican drug organizations are increasingly using Puerto Rican dealers as their middlemen to flood the city with heroin.
Follow a batch of raw opium from an Afghan poppy field to an Iranian heroin lab. Gain insight into its insidious powers from users, and witness a police raid on a heroin distribution network in New Jersey. Even synthetic drugs, such as Ecstasy, have been the focal point of Drugs, Inc. But in the new millennium, the city, especially the gay community, is struggling to recover from a meth epidemic. If gaining a bit of insight into the behind the scenes lives of the addicted distracts would be users from falling into the same traps as those depicted on the screen, Drugs, Inc. The epidemic touches all communities, making Boston one of the leading cities for heroin distribution.
Season 1, Episode 1 July 11, 2010 Season 1, Episode 1 July 11, 2010 The cocaine trail is followed from peasant farmers who produce cocaine paste to a 28-year-old crack dealer in one of Miami's poorest neighborhoods in the series opener. From Methamphetamine, to Cocaine, just about every drug that has hit the streets with negative complications is being addressed by this series. Although there are some materials parents may not want viewed by younger children, this series is an excellent teaching tool for teenagers in the way of preventative precautions. Ride alongside Memphis cops as they find themselves confronted by paranoid and trigger-happy dealers as they try to stop a heroin epidemic from engulfing the city. Never before has such a view into the ways that these drugs are changing society been portrayed on the television screen. With thousands of Portland's youths succumbing to heroin's powerful allure, local police have made it their No. How does the drug trade work? The Best Episodes of Drugs, Inc.
See the dangers of meth and the unexpected physical damages caused by the drug. National Geographic follows an elite team of detectives who are trying to establish some control over the free for all drug market. Follow the supply chain of cocaine through the eyes of Colombian peasant farmers producing the drug in a paste. Follow this opium derivative as it begins in a remote Afghan heroin lab that processes the raw materials and then on to Chicago, where a dealer demonstrates its final preparation for street sale. Check out growers in Holland who are leading a horticultural revolution in high-grade cannabis.
Not only are legal aspects being mentioned, but the real life stories of those that have been influenced by these drugs in their daily routines. First-person perspectives from traffickers, dealers, users, law enforcement and medical professionals det more. But these men and women who live lavish lifestyles off the sale of drugs rarely associate themselves with the ugly underbelly where their products hit the streets with users. One of the most talked about social documentaries being aired is Drugs, Inc. Last Updated: May 8, 2019 How does the drug trade work? We'll talk to a major crack cocaine dealer, a Hispanic street gang member, addicts, a pimp who claims to rule the streets and a full-patch member of the Aryan Brotherhood of Texas white supremacist prison gang.
For decades the global supply was controlled by criminals, but now a quasi-legal industry worth billions of dollars is booming. This episode will go deep into the stories of the users. Learn about a prescription cough remedy that abusers call lean named because if you take enough of it, you lean or fall over. Those are just some of the questions answered in this miniseries, a comprehensive look at society's most abused drugs: cocaine, methamphetamine, heroin and marijuana. The stories of those that have fell victim to addiction is also told in great detail, with interviews and stories of their lives being filmed and worked into the structure of the episodes.
Since there is a great deal of adult subject matter , parents are cautioned to use their better judgment as to which age range is appropriate for their children to possibly view the material being showcased in great detail. Those are just some of the questions answered in this miniseries, a comprehensive look at society's most abused drugs: cocaine, methamphetamine, heroin and marijuana. Also: the drug's addictive nature is examined in a lab in Brookhaven, N. Air Date : 11th-Jul-2010 Heroin can be life threatening, claiming the lives of numerous victims. These stories show that wherever people use be it an island paradise or a cold city street they can get lost in the shuffle. . .