National GeographicNat Geo Wild


It is estimated that more than 200 million people around the world smoke it.  Users represent a cross section of society, from teens to the elderly, from top-earning medical and legal professionals to housewives, labourers and truck drivers.  Broad demand has made it, by some estimates, the single most valuable cash crop in the U.S., spawning a shadowy multibillion-dollar industry that thrives in communities throughout America.  

Inside: Marijuana investigates all angles of the marijuana industry, joining law enforcement as they rappel from helicopters into illegal crop fields, visiting legal Canadian grow houses and going inside the tense standoff between "legal" medical use and federal drug agencies.

Read More

Inside: Marijuana on Facebook

Get news on your profile. Click here