Interesting Articles & Photos On Drugs By All That Is Interesting
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Aspen’s Dogs Are Getting Stoned AF From Eating Human Feces Laced With THC
Dr. Scott Dolginow said he sees between three and 10 high dogs come in per week. However, this isn't from the dogs getting into a stash at home, but rather indulging in a trail-side snack.
Allied Forces Dosed Their Troops With Amphetamines After Seeing The Nazis Do It, New Doc Claims
After the British discovered the Nazis' meth-like secret weapon in a downed German plane, they decided to develop their own performance-enhancement program.
Why The California Nuns Known As The Sisters Of The Valley Devoted Their Lives To Weed
The Sisters of the Valley, also known as the "weed nuns," believe in the healing powers of marijuana — to a spiritual degree.
Louisiana Woman Dead In First-Ever Recorded Marijuana Overdose—But Can Too Much Pot Really Kill You?
Despite skepticism from cannabis experts, the coroner who examined her is "100 percent sure" that the primary cause of death was a marijuana overdose.
Leroy Nicky Barnes: The Harlem Drug Kingpin Known As ‘Mr. Untouchable’
Leroy "Nicky" Barnes sold so much heroin and evaded convictions for so long that he earned the nickname "Mr. Untouchable" and actually challenged the police to catch him.
This Week In History News, May 26 – June 1
LSD-laced 1960s radio equipment found, ancient Japanese woman reconstructed, Roman town unearthed.
San Francisco Sound Engineer Accidentally Dosed With LSD While Cleaning 1960s Radio Equipment
The synthesizer Eliot Curtis was cleaning was quite popular in the 1960s when LSD-friendly musicians were looking for new sounds. Unbeknownst to him, they left a few remnants behind.
China Is Using Brain Implants To Treat Addiction In A World-First
The rest of the world has ethical and scientific concerns, though West Virginia is set to begin similar clinical trials in June.
Caravans Of Americans Driving To Canada To Get Affordable Insulin
More than 30 million Americans have from diabetes. Many of them have to put their kids' college funds or savings aside, just to afford the life-saving drugs they need to survive.
Earliest Evidence Of Ayahuasca Use Discovered In Ancient Shamanic Pouch In Bolivia
The indigenous people of South America engage in ayahuasca rituals to this day. This discovery is proof of just how far back its use really goes.
Billionaire Drug Company Founder John Kapoor Convicted Of Illegally Profiting From Opioid Epidemic
John Kapoor's conviction sets an enormous precedent: He's the first pharmaceutical boss to be convicted for his role in the U.S. opioid epidemic.