The Highs and Lows of the Weed Business
1 Series, 6 Episodes
Krisha meets American families using potent cannabis oil to treat their children's life-threatening cancer and investigates its implications in a changed landscape of legalisation
Krishna talks with US war veterans campaigning for the right to use medical marijuana to treat PTSD - which they believe to be safer than the routinely prescribed cocktail of pills and opiates
Bernard Noble was sentenced to 13 and one-third years in prison for having two joints in his pocket. Krishna traces Noble's story from his arrest to his incarceration.
Krishna follows the Green Rush to Colorado, meeting families who've relocated to seek medical pot and starry-eyed ganjapreneurs trying to strike gold in America's Marijuana Mecca
Krishna meets marijuana farmers in Northern California to find out if full legalisation will shut independent growers out of the very culture they helped to create in the 1970s
Krishna travels to Congo to meet the mbuti pygmies, female dealers, and farmers in rebel territories who all smoke and sell cannabis as a way of eking out a living
Can the booming business of marijuana become the first gender-equal industry? Krishna meets the female cannabis entrepreneurs who are putting the Mary back into Mary Jane.
Krishna heads to Washington, DC, to find out exactly how partial marijuana legalisation works and then Amsterdam to see what decades of cannabis tolerance looks like