Over the past few years, a new type of drug, which is actually a frog’s venom, has been gaining popularity among wealthy Americans.
Called “buffo” or “DMT”, the drug is illegal in the United States, but it has been used to treat mental and psychiatric illnesses for centuries.
Even a small amount of it sells for hundreds and thousands of dollars (secretly).
The intoxicant obtained from the frog is called “Sonoran Desert Todd” or “Colorado River Todd” which is found in northern Mexico and southwestern America.
It can grow up to 190 millimeters (approximately 7.4 inches) in length, making it the largest native frog in the United States.
However, the most important thing is the dangerous poison that it releases from its skin to avoid predators and invading animals.
When an animal tries to chew or swallow the frog, the venom quickly cripples the animal, while some animals die within minutes of the venom.
This is the poison that has become popular among American actors, athletes, businessmen, industrialists and even technicians over the last few years as an expensive drug.
The scientific name of this poison is very long and complex but it is known in the United States as “DMT” and “Buffo”.
It is not usually found in pure form, but Sonoran Desert Todd is beaten and its skin is cut into small pieces which are carefully sold in bags.