Scopolamine is a hazardous drug that eliminates free will and can wipe the memory of its victims. Colloquially known as ‘The Devil's Breath', it is derived from a tree common to South America called the borrachero tree – loosely translated as the 'get-you-drunk' tree. The drug is frightening for the simplicity in which it can be administered. Odourless and tasteless, it can be blown in the face of a passer-by on the street and within minutes that person can be guided like a child. It can also induce powerful hallucinations and, like diazepam, blocks memories from forming so that even after the drug wears off victims have no recollection as to what happened. In high doses, it is lethal.