It’s not going to make it’s way to your typical neighborhood drug dealer, but that didn’t stop the UK’s Daily Mail from writing an in depth piece on a new drug in Colombia.

It’s called Devil’s Breath, or by it’s traditional name Scopalomine. It comes from the borrachero plant in South America.

As explained in the article, it can be blown into the face of an unsuspecting person, and it leaves them acting like a zombie.

Click here for the DAILY MAIL’s story.

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