6 Drugs That Could Be Growing In Your Garden

Ever wondered what that strange-looking plant sticking out of your front porch was? This list will outline a bunch of frankly bizarre drugs that, depending on where you live, you may just find on your morning walk, if not in your own backyard. Some of these drugs are potentially the most dangerous and terrifying substances known to man and are best avoided.

1. Devil’s Breath.

If the name doesn’t put you off enough, the story will. Otherwise known as scopolamine, this drug is extracted from the flower of the Borrachero shrub (Brugmansia aurea), grown most commonly in South America. It isn’t used for fun but instead is used on the streets, blown into faces of unsuspecting tourists or given on a soaked business card to incapacitate and hypnotize a person into nothing more than a lifeless robot that’ll follow every command and forget it all afterward.