Besides cocaine, Colombians have a new drug problem on their hands. It’s called scopolamine (nicknamed “the devil’s breath”) and is supposedly 100x more powerful than your typical ‘date rape’ drug. When under scopolamine, victims become human puppets willing to give up personal and financial information.

As one dealer states, “You wait a minute and when you see [it] kick in, you know you own that person.”

Trust VBS TV (which was recently bought by CNN) to take this story further than it could have ever gotten with the mainstream media. Mind control drugs, up until now, were widely regarded as science fiction. In fact, scopolamine was once thought to be an urban legend.

With statistics like “one in five emergency room admissions for poisoning in Bogotá have been attributed to scopolamine” we should all be very concerned about this “devil’s breath” before it’s too late. The saying “there are worse things than death” definitely applies to this drug.

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