A rebuttal against a Guardian op-ed which argues that white, middle-class cocaine users are complicit in the violence of narcoterrorism and the drug war.
Jake from Nomadic Hustle gives us an overview on the nootropic, modafinil, and how independent professionals use this smart drug to boost their production at work.
Explaining how I would market ayahuasca (yaje) as a purely drug-tourism business, as opposed to a quasi-religious, spiritual ceremony. Alternate Title: Free Biz Idea – TFB Vacations.
Speculative analysis on the murder of Olivia Arevalo and lynching of Sebastian Woodroffe in the Ucayali region of Peru. Alternate Title: Ayahuasca is Not the Safest Game in Town.
The best places to get baked in in Lima, Peru: Pantanos de Villa, La Punta del Callao, Magic Water Circuit, Malecon of Miraflores and Cerro San Cristobal in Rimac.
Discussing the impact on my life of two recent developments in Peru: the 10-year census and the legalization of medical marijuana.
Contributed story from a Gonzo journalist who takes the hallucinogenic drug, San Pedro, on a 19-hour bus ride in southern Peru.
A gringo roundtable of analysis on the Colombia-FARC peace agreement from various journalists in Colombia.
The story of a small adventure I had visiting a friend and burning one up in Comas, one of Lima’s poorest neighborhoods.
Announcing the publication of Mad Outta Me Head: Addiction and Underworld from Ireland to Colombia.
An excerpt from Mad Outta Me Head on the old El Cartucho district of Bogota, which was a un-policed neighborhood of drugs and addiction.
This excerpt from Smuggler’s Diary features Kendall, a syringe, and a few grams of pure Colombian cocaine in a Cartagena motel room.
A short story of an American who was drugged with scopolamine and robbed.
Telling the story of my second MIA incident, when I was selected (again) for extra screening for contraband.