The Scariest Drug on the Planet | Devils Breath

The Scariest Drug on The Planet

Stealth Intoxication | The Ultimate Roofie

Scary, Diabolical and Criminal all describe the extreme Roofie-like substance derived from the poisonous Borrachero (Datura) tree native to North Eastern (Andean) Region of South America and processed for consumption in Colombia, and Ecuador, Venezuela. So potent a drug, significant doses can be consumed from even sniffing the packaging. This species is very closely related to the innocent Angel’s Trumpet and so, has been dubbed Devil’s Trumpet and why its easily The Scariest Drug on the Planet foreign travelers to this region need to know about.

Scopolamine, what locals call Burundanga or “Devils Breath” had been first synthesized in 1880. From then on, doctors and government agencies began investigating its uses as a kind of truth serum including experiments with inmates in the criminal justice system in the 1920’s to experiments conducted by Nazi scientist Dr. Josef Mengele on captives before the end of WWII.

The Scariest Drug on The Planet

The Scariest Drug on the Planet | a Biological Weapon

Datura contains a potent combination of anticholinergic substances which block specific brain receptors responsible for facilitating self-will and inhibition thus, leaving the victim completely vulnerable to suggestion. All 9 Datura species contain tropane alkaloids such as scopolamine, hyoscyamine, and atropine, carried in their seeds as well as flowers and roots of some species. The beautiful trumpet-flower laden trees can reach 10 meters in height.

All Datura plants contain tropane alkaloids such as scopolamine, hyoscyamine, and atropine, primarily in their seeds and flowers as well as the roots of certain species especially their seeds and flowers which can cause respiratory depression, arrhythmias, hallucinations, psychosis, as well as death if taken internally. Synthesis of Datura into Scopolamine is a similar to method of producing Cocaine from Coca.

The horror stories reported to date revolve around its use as the Ultimate Roofie, victims awaking from the stupor in some unknown location, and in some rare instances without an organ, up to and including Murder as Scopolamine is indeed fatal in high doses. The Criminal element has exploited its use to rob people without resistance, and in some cases the assistance of the victims. Some report lingering memory issues. Doseing the unsuspecting victim by slipping the drug into beverages, and even from whiffing the dust of an upper-lip of an attractive stranger you have locked into a kiss. All the stories that make the news or reported to police have very negative and frequent devastating outcomes. Perpetrators are infrequently caught due to the erasure of any memory of the crimes.

Conclusion: The Scopolamine drug is unlike any other illicit substance having such stealth effects no one can detect visually while the victim is completely unaware. There is no way to prepare for an attack other than being aware of the dangers when traveling to known areas of Datura growth and cocaine supply regions. Night spots have the highest probability for attack.
Most interestingly, the scariest drug on the planet is not known to be addictive.

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