A Documentary On The Rise
Of Misrepresented Substances
Our goal with this film is to expose the truth about the rise of dangerously misrepresented substances while simultaneously providing a well-rounded critique of ineffective drug policy.
To document our findings, we filmed substance test kit results at music festivals, as well as interviews with harm reduction organizations, law enforcement officials, and distributors of these illicit substances.
We quickly discovered that most of the time people were surprised to find that their bag of drugs was not what they paid for.
It is shocking and disturbing what kids put in their bodies thinking that it is MDMA or LSD.
More often than not, substances more commonly referred to as “bath salts” are being sold as misrepresented MDMA, whereas “LSD” is replaced with a wide variety of research chemicals that induce similar psychoactive effects.
In What's In My Baggie?, we will discuss how ineffective drug policy is preventing harm reduction organizations from providing proper drug education and spreading awareness about the rise of adulterated substances.
In The Press
Take the time to watch important documentaries like What's In Your Baggie, read exposes on this new class of synthetics, and catch up on news reports on why harm-reduction groups are getting banned at EDM events.
While these substances can mimic MDMA, they have their own sometimes serious side effects, and have been linked to their own surge in ER visits. They’re also a moving target, according to both law enforcement and drug experts.
The best solution as proposed by documentary What's In My Baggie, is to help provide testing kits to ravers. Drugs are as ever a problem that will never go away: no matter how many times you watch any public service announcement.
Attendees can watch the documentary in the Lifestyle Village after Rak Razam’s talk, ‘The Church of Prankster: Activism, Altered States and Awakening’.
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