Super Weed

Documentary revealing the science of marijuana, a plant containing 400 active chemicals and compounds that is one of the most widely-used illicit drugs in the world. Despite marijuana being illegal in most countries, the widely used drug is considered by scientists to be one of our most interesting plants. . . . → See: Super Weed

Marijuana Gold Rush

Marijuana Gold Rush is different from the other documentaries and reality shows that are about to be released because of the way, director/producer/writer, Marc Shaffer, has shown the emerging medical marijuana not in its infancy, but trying to make that paradigm shift to the next level. What Shaffer has done in a Rashomon-style is to portray the many players on both coasts and in between, revealing their ideas and perceptions on where to go with a budding industry while the cameras were rolling unobtrusively in the background. . . . → See: Marijuana Gold Rush

Cannabis: Britain's Secret Farms

Research shows a third of the UK’s 15-year-olds have tried cannabis and a quarter of young people aged 16-24 smoke it regularly. Presenter Rickie Haywood-Williams journeys beyond the scaremongering headlines to find out the true impact of the UK’s skunk-smoking habit. . . . → See: Cannabis: Britain’s Secret Farms


On this edition of Peter Lavelle’s CrossTalk: The war on drugs and the cost of it. Can the US and Mexico together force drug trafficking out of their region? Are the tough methods being used really helpful, or do they help spread violence even more? Should the US consider soft-power tactics and legalize some narcotics — a move that would make it much easier to control the market? . . . → See: Mexicated

The Pot Republic

Several states, led by California, the focus of this episode of Frontline, have very different philosophies on marijuana than the federal government’s demands for a War On Drugs. It’s that discrepancy that gives “The Pot Republic” most of its narrative drive, and it’s a fascinating one to focus on. . . . → See: The Pot Republic

Introduction To Indoor Growing

This comprehensive indoor primer covers all the details of indoor growing and explains plant physiology. Design a safe and productive operation without spending a lot of money. Includes: how plants grow, indica & sativa, strains, seeds, growth stages, sex, cloning, photo-period, building a growroom, mediums, lighting, ventilation, odor control, mites, watering, fertilizer, disease, harvest, drying, and more! . . . → See: Introduction To Indoor Growing

A Video Diary - Howard Marks

During the mid 1980s, Howard Marks had forty-three aliases, eighty-nine phone lines, and twenty five companies trading throughout the world. Bars, recording studios, offshore banks: all were money-laundering vehicles serving the core activity: dope dealing. . . . → See: A Video Diary – Howard Marks

WHEN WE GROW, This is what we can do

When We Grow is a documentary about Cannabis in the UK. Exploring everything there is, from industrial hemp to medicinal Cannabis use, from the origins of Cannabis prohibition to the legality of growing equipment. Looking at the history of the plant, the facts, it’s many uses and the laws and politics surrounding it. . . . → See: WHEN WE GROW, This is what we can do

Should I Smoke Dope?

A mother-of-three who smoked cannabis for a month as part of a BBC documentary has described how the drug left her paranoid and frightened. She said that the effects of a powerful version of the drug called “skunk” were “absolutely horrendous”, though not long-lasting. Nicky Taylor, from Kidderminster, took part in the experiment in Amsterdam, where attitudes to the drug are more liberal than in the UK. She also became psychotic after an injection of an active ingredient of cannabis. . . . → See: Should I Smoke Dope?

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. . . . → See: Explorer: Marijuana Nation


Canada’s $20 billion-dollar marijuana industry is now at a violent crossroads between crime and commerce. Impossible to police, yet steadily gaining public acceptance, the cannabis industry is now so vast and vital to Canada’s national economy that it can no longer be ignored. CannaBiz unfolds in Grand Forks, BC, a small border town nestled in the Kootenay Mountains, where draft dodgers planted the first “BC Bud” in the 1960s. After the pine beetle chewed through what was left of the forest industry, marijuana became the backbone of the local economy. In secret forest plots, basements, barns and high-tech underground bunkers, growers nurture some of the world’s most potent bud. Most of the marijuana here, and in the rest of Canada, is destined for the US market, where a pound of premium weed sells for a street price of $4,500. . . . → See: CannaBiz

DRUGS,INC. Marijuana

Welcome to the $300 billion industry of Drugs, Inc., where traffickers pocket huge profits, addicts become chained in a vicious cycle and law enforces wage war across diverse battlefields – farmers’ fields, shady labs, urban street corners and suburban schools. How does this business work? Can it be stopped or should it be regulated? What impact does it have on those it touches? . . . → See: DRUGS,INC. Marijuana

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