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Unfortunately, Alliance sleeper ships did not contain a single seed of marijuana. However, in 312 AS a previously unknown pharmacist and drug dealer from Rheinland named Max Cryer created a new drug from a combination of local plants and synthetic components. The effect of the new drug resembled the effect of an ancient plant found on Earth before the exodus that was known only from old books and encyclopedias. Therefore pills of the new drug were called "synthetic marijuana." Cryer succeeded in forming secret agreements with leading pharmaceutical companies, and synthetic marijuana powder was added to many medicines in small doses. This resulted in 400-600% sales increases for many medicines in only two years. At the same time, Cryer started to distribute the marijuana pills as an ordinary drug. Rheinland police soon found out the origin of the new drug and put a stop to its mass production. They even caught Cryer, but at court were unable to prove his guilt. In 330 AS, 10 years after trial, Max Cryer used the billions he had earned in the drug trade to establish a new phamaceutical company in Liberty, known as Cryer Pharmaceuticals. Since then, synthetic marijuana has become expensive and difficult to find, but it is known that its production continues in some remote places far from House borders.
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