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Drugged uses visual effects and CGI to take the viewer on a trip through the human body. Using testimony from those who enjoy using the drugs, and those who have been addicted, the episode offers an insight into the realities of these drugs. Some of Britain and America's top scientists and doctors will also explain the surprising bio-chemical effects of these popular drugs as well as their unintended consequences.
|S01E01||High on Marijuana||16/01/2011||Follow an entire marijuana high from start to finish. Nat Geo takes viewers on a journey through our organs from the first inhalation of cannabis to the lung membranes and into the bloodstream. Hear from users who enjoy cannabis for reasons including creativity, stress reduction and medicinal purposes. Gaining insights from doctors and experts, we'll expand our understanding of what marijuana really does to our bodies.|
|S01E02||High on Cocaine||16/01/2011||Cocaine: a powerful and a destructive drug glamorized by models, rock stars and celebrities. We zoom inside the human body from the moment the substance enters our systems. With the guidance of doctors, we learn about the intense highs and painful lows of one of the most widely used stimulants in the U.S.|
|S01E03||High on Ecstasy||17/01/2011||Ecstasy, commonly referred to as X, is one of the most popular illegal drugs in America, taken regularly by three-quarters of a million people See the amazing biological effects the drug has on the body and how it produces feelings of empathy. Nat Geo cameras go inside clubs and parties to witness firsthand how users respond to the substance in a social environment.|
|S02E01||High on Heroin||14/10/2012||Schuyler lives in a picturesque middle-class suburb, but he has a dark side: He smokes up to 2 grams of heroin a day. Once a star basketball player and an ?A? student, his life now revolves around hanging out with his drug-abusing friends, trapped in a desperate cycle of addiction. Can a team of doctors reveal to Schuyler the true extent of the damage caused by his addiction, and convince him to seek help?|
|S02E02||High on Crack||14/10/2012||Eric has been taking drugs since he was a teen and the first thing he thinks about every morning is how he's going to get high. When doctors intervene, they reveal the effects of crack on his body and mind, which they hope will shock him into getting clean. Tension mounts in the days leading up to the medical tests as Eric begins using as much as possible. Is he having his ?last hurrah? before choosing to get sober or sinking further and further into addiction?|
|S02E03||High on Meth||28/10/2012||This is the story of Clifford a meth addict, Hayley an alcoholic and the doctors on a mission to save them. Together they will reveal the effects of meth and alcohol on their minds and bodies. Faced head on with the ways that drugs are killing them, will they decide to get clean? Or will they continue living their lives drugged. Clifford and Hayley have agreed to go through medical and psychological testing to determine the damage their addictions have done to their minds and bodies. They'll be offered free detox and rehab for their addictions. Their friends and families are determined to see that they get help?. But will they choose to take it?|
|S02E04||High on Alcohol||30/12/2012||In the " Alcohol" special edition of "Drugged," viewers were presented with a story that was both a tragedy and a cautionary tale. Ryan, a 28-year-old alcoholic, drank three pints of vodka a day. Ryan turned to alcohol when his father, who was also an alcoholic, passed away four years ago. In just four years, Ryan has done severe damaged to his body, and yet he seems fully aware of the danger he's in, and oddly” My organs are shot. They hurt every day," he said at one point. "It would be weird feeling if they didn’t." And yet still he wouldn't stop drinking. While Ryan did agree to and enter rehab at the end of filming, he died just 17 days into treatment.|