"The Devil's Breath" - The Mind Control Drug

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    May 17, 2012 6:20 AM GMT

    While women fear date rape drugs like GBH also known as Grievous Bodily Harm or the correct name
    of Gammahydroxybutyrate the war against compliant victims has been raised to new levels with increasing use of Scopolamine. Major media organizations portray this drug use as exclusive to third world countries, but nothing could be further from the truth.

    Scopolamine also known as hyoscine and Brugmansia is a tropane alkaloid drug obtained from plants of the family Solanaceae (nightshades), such as henbane or jimson weed (Datura species) and Belladonna.

    The drug has become very popular in Columbia, Venezuela, Peru, Chile, Brazil, Ecuador where it is grown commercially and may be smuggled onto Cruise ships from these nations or others in the Mediterranean. The plants grow in the area between the Mediterranean and the Himalayas, and have a long history of use in China, India, and middle eastern nations. Recent travelers have found the plant growing wild in Central American nations. It has been used to conquer leaders of nations and to conquer nations as a whole, and may be responsible for corrupting documentation by ancient historians.

    However, in more recent years the plants are being grown in the U.S. Americans are growing the drug legally, buying the seeds over the internet, and raising them hydroponically or in gardens. They have become the legal party drug of choice for home growers in the Northwestern U.S., replacing illegal use of LSD and Shrooms. A savvy greenhouse grower can grow the plant indoors anywhere, legally. This means the end product could originate anywhere in the U.S or worldwide for that matter. There is a huge following of American growers on the internet.

    The plant grows wild around Bogota and is so famous in the countryside that mothers warn their children not to fall asleep below its yellow and white flowers. The tree is popularly known as the "borrachero," or "get-you-drunk," and the pollen is toxic as well.

    It also has a history as a mind control drug, dating back to Nazi Germany used as a truth serum and to American CIA use for mind control. It has been used during child birth, as a sleep aid, anti-depressant and more recently for motion sickness, such as for those taking a cruise.

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    May 17, 2012 6:23 AM GMT
    "The bad news is the drug is not easily detected with standard urine and blood tests, making it difficult to prove contamination, unless the drug is suspected, and more expensive, sophisticated and less used testing is done. The test to detect the drug, HPLC or High Pressure Liquid Chromatography is available in few hospitals."

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    May 17, 2012 6:26 AM GMT
    yay I want one
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    May 17, 2012 7:16 AM GMT
    Datura is also native to the United States southwest. It grows well in Florida. I used to grow some in my gardens. It produces a very pretty upside down trumpet flower, sweetly fragrant at sunset to attract nocturnal pollinators.

    Castaneda, supposedly per instructions from his Don Juan Matus character, utilized Datura to induce lucid dream states. If I remember right, they processed the roots in some way, not sure, haven't read that material in many years.

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