Hamilton's Pharmacopeia: The Synthetic Marijuana Steampunk Rock Opera

Hamilton Morris travels to New Zealand to meet the king pin of New Zealand’s legal highs crusading for his fading dream for future of drug control. WATCH …


  1. This is not a "revolution", its a way to make profit from an epidemic. If you want to stop people from taking dangerous drugs, stop pussy-footing around, and treat what causes people to get involved in drugs to begin with. This is lazy, and incredibly greedy.

  2. The government is the biggest, baddest, criminal ruling, biker, mafia gang in the entire planet… and they hate competition. This guy is not a criminal, the government should be embarking on what this guy is and has been doing in harm reduction… but THEY dont care. thats the REAL TRUTH.

  3. Just make cannabis legal… It's ridiculous that it was ever illegal to begin with. My state legalized medical marijuana like 8 years ago and recreational like 4 years ago. I've been a medical patient since they legalized it 8 years ago.

  4. I've got such a crush on you Hamilton ☺️ as a recovering heroin addict ive got a lot of respect for what you do. I kind of want to go back to school to learn more about all of this, it's fascinating. Id like to know more of the neurological side of the effects though rather than seeking out new or different substances to explore and report on as a whole.

  5. Where is this guy now? Like this use to be the best videos out, well informed and not just bs that the news gives, also I feel this is a bit avocating the use of sinth weed, there are some ok ones out there but over all its a no go stuff.

  6. Isn't there a big difference between what this dude was making and K2/Spice? K2 and Spice have a bad wrap for a reason; seems this guy was just trying to find a safer alternative

  7. Are you going to do a follow up video on how terrible synnies actually were for New Zealand? So many people got soo addicted to them. They destroyed so many lives. A truly horrendous drug to hit New Zealand

  8. Someone needs to do a visit back to some of the f-ups of chemistry in the usa when designer drugs were being tweaked to stay ahead of the law. On one occasion in Calif. they had around 40+ people with full blown Parkinson which turned out to be a boom for local neurology research because they had 40+ patients that were young (they would be around for many years) but had the same kind of damage as 70 plus senior citizens (MPTP poisoning first reported 1985).

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