Summary for : True Life: I’m In The Marijuana Business
Ashes, Chris, Gemma and Pa are young people whose lives revolve around the business of marijuana. Although passionate about their unorthodox professions, these entrepreneurs’ dealings with weed threatens some of their closest relationships.source:LocateTv.com
Summary for : National Geographic: Drugged – High on Marijuana
Drugged: High on Marijuana uses visual effects and CGI to take the viewer on a trip through the human body. Using testimony from those who enjoy using the drugs, and those who have been addicted, the episode offers an insight into the realities of these drugs. Some of Britain and America’s top scientists and doctors will also explain the surprising bio-chemical effects of these popular drugs as well as their unintended consequences.source:channel.nationalgeographic.com
Journalist Nicky Taylor travels to Amsterdam to investigate the growing debate about the legal classification of cannabis. While there she helps out in a coffee shop that sells the drug, and discovers first hand what the effects of cannabis are on everyday life. Back in the UK Nicky finds out about the genetically modified cannabis skunk, cheap and increasingly sold on the streets. The programme asks whether the drug can make you mad, if it is worse than alcohol and if it is stronger than it used to be. Nicky takes part in a month-long medical trial to find out.source:bbc.co.uk
Summary for : Prince of Pot: The U.S. vs. Marc Emery
Marc Emery, Canada’s most prominent marijuana activist popularly known as the “Prince of Pot,” faces extradition to the U.S. and a possible life sentence for selling marijuana seeds. ”Prince of Pot” follows the controversial self-made leader of the marijuana movement as he attempts to raise an army of pot activists and lead them into battle against the U.S. Federal Government and their drug enforcement police, the D.E.A. Through Emery’s unique life and career as a civil agitator — from his beginnings in London, Ontario to his showdown with the U.S. Drug Czar in Vancouver and D.E.A. in Montreal — the film examines deeper questions: Canadian sovereignty and police integration in a world dominated by its southern neighbor. Written by Nick Wilson.source:imdb.com
Summary for : National Geographic: Explorer – Marijuana Nation
Reporting from secret farms and not-so-secret grow houses of marijuana cultivators, Lisa Ling goes into their world where marijuana is not just a drug but a way of life.source:channel.nationalgeographic.com
How Weed Won The West delves deeply into the culture and commerce of cannabis featuring California’s ganja growers, medicinal marijuana patients and law reform advocates. Kevin Booth’s vivid document from behind the front lines of the “war on pot” blows the lid off a multi-billion dollar industry on the verge.source:hightimes.com
Cannabis is the world’s favourite drug, but also one of the least understood.
Can cannabis cause schizophrenia?
Is it addictive?
Can it lead you on to harder drugs?
Or is it simply a herb, an undervalued medicine?
Addiction specialist Dr John Marsden discovers that modern science is finally beginning to find answers to these questions. John traces the cannabis plants’ birthplace in Kazakhstan; finds the origins of our sensitivity to cannabis in the simple sea squirt; and finds out just what it does to our brains.source:bbc.co.uk
In a series tracing the history of drug use, we begin our trip tracing the rise of marijuana and synthetic amphetamines. Marijuana, from the Indian hemp plant, has been used worldwide as a source of rope, cloth, and paper; its medicinal qualities were first documented 4,000 years ago in China. But it’s best-known as the drug of choice in the 1960′s. World War II U.S.troops were given an estimated 200 million amphetamines to fight drowsiness and battle fatigue and they’re still used to fight depression.source:imdb.com
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