Succumbing to viewer requests, Hamilton journeys to South America to understand the legend of Bufotenine, the world's oldest psychedelic.
From X-ray crystallography to vesicular dopamine release, Hamilton travels the country visiting meth labs in order to understand the process behind a great American folk art.
Haunted by past mistakes, Hamilton embarks on a journey to correct an error in his reporting and identifies the origin of an international toad venom smoking phenomenon.
Hamilton ascends the Carpathian Mountains, microscope in hand, to learn how Europeans use Amanita muscaria (fly agaric), and uncovers the chemistry behind a mushroom-inspired pharmaceutical.
Hamilton meets an unsung hero of the psychedelic underground, and hears a tragic tale of MDMA synthesis and chemiluminescence.
Hamilton heads to India to see industrial ketamine synthesis, and speak with therapists and luminaries in an attempt to understand the role of dissociative anaesthetics in society.
Hamilton embarks on a quest to answer the most important question in ethno-herpetological history and, along the way, he finds the power of love.
Deep in the Andean highlands of Peru, Hamilton becomes the apprentice of a local shaman, learning how to use the night-blooming San Pedro cactus as a medicine.
From the greenhouses of Thai cactophiles to the Tamaulipan thornscrub, Hamilton traces the history of peyote with the help of a Native American peyotist.
Hamilton investigates the pharmacology and traditional uses of kratom, a Thai tree with opioid-containing leaves.
Hamilton Morris embarks on a quest to answer the most important question in ethnoherpetological history and along the way, he finds the power of love. In this episode, Hamilton travels across North America to study how and why DMT exists in the environment and the laboratory.
Hamilton Morris meets with famed LSD chemist Casey Hardison in the Nevada desert and embarks on a road trip to visit a key figure in psychedelic history: Darrell Lemaire.
Hamilton embarks on an aquatic adventure to Reunion Island and Madagascar to investigate icthyoallyeinotoxism and a twisted history of hallucinogenic fish.
From the Aztec empire to the underground laboratory, Hamilton explores magic mushrooms with the help of shamans, clandestine growers, and ethnomycologists.
From the heavenly cloud forests of Oaxaca to a viral video of Miley Cyrus, Hamilton investigates the inconspicuous yet extraordinary psychedelic plant Salvia divinorum. Episode also broadcast as Shepherdess: The Story of Salvia Divinorium.
South Africa is the last place on earth Quaaludes can still be found. Hamilton travels there to study the drug and finds a dark history of medical experimentation.
Hamilton travels across the US meeting with addicts, dealers and chemists to trace the history of PCP from its pharmaceutical origins to its escape onto the streets.
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