Methamphetaminemethis considered one of the hardest drugs to quit. This dangerous drug is ravaging rural communities and spreading its poison to major metropolitan areas and across international borders at an alarming rate. What makes this drug so powerful, addictive, and destructive? National Geographic correspondent Lisa Ling investigates the meth epidemic to uncover the menace it poses to society and to find out why many are calling meth the world's most dangerous drug.
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Approximately 52 minutes
Interactive Timeline: The Evolution of Drugs in America
This DVD should be viewed by parents in order to be informed. It should be viewed by Teens to help them make better decisions under peer pressure. It should be viewed by little ones to help them understand the dangers of taking drugs. Used by everyone to open a dialog about drugs.
Buy a DVD for yourself and every adult child, even if they have no children. I bought six (6). One for my wife & I to keep and one each for my five adult children. Factual, respected information will help people to help people and avoid frothy emotional appeals.
I am 62 yrs old and survived the 60's in the French Quarter of New Orleans and survived the 70's including one year in Bangkok Thailand 71-72.
Meth is a plague. On this DVD it will be compared as WORSE than other street drugs.
After seeing this DVD, just Google "meth faces" and check out pictures 'before & after'.
Buy it today.
Bottom Line Yes, I would recommend this to a friend