A mysterious pink substance inside a Gatorade bottle sets off alarms with Greta Wengert, the Associate Director of Integral Ecology Research Center. Wengert puts on a mask to protect her from potentially harmful substances. The research team is cleaning up a grow outside Quincy, Cali. The substance, suspected to be carbofuran, is a powerful and commonly used neurotoxin used by growers to rid the area of wildlife. An exposure of even a tiny amount, from touch, ingestion or breathing, can lead to severe illness and death.