Colorado is experiencing its second gold rush, only this time around it’s being called the "green rush." It’s all about medical marijuana, which is fast becoming a very big business. National Geographic goes deep inside this brand-new cannabis culture by following an exceptional group of Colorado residentsgrowers, patients, dispensary owners, cops, caregivers, entrepreneurs, advocates and opponentsas their lives are transformed by medical marijuana.
Episodes include Marijuana Dream, Weed-Jacked! , War Over Weed, Buds on the Ballot, Pot or Not? Marijuana Under Fire, Green Rush, Rocky Mountain Medicine, 4/20 or Bust, and Banned and Busted.
Not available for shipment outside of the U.S. and Canada.
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