Although Idaho is best known for its potatoes, it is also known for its gems, particularly star garnets, its beautiful scenery, and its fascinating history. People from Idaho are generally thought to be nice and very friendly. It has a rich history including a number of ghost towns, historical buildings, and gem mines. There are also world class fly fishing and hiking spots in areas such as the Caribou National Forest and Anderson Dam.
With a population of more than 1.6 million people, it is not surprising to learn that Idaho has a far more sinister distinction. The state is also known for methamphetamine, club drugs, marijuana, heroin, and cocaine. All of these drugs are widely available throughout the Gem State.
The Mexican national drug cartels control most of the drug trade in this state with drugs being shipped over land and by air. This makes drugs available for anyone who wishes to use them. The shear availability of drugs in Idaho make addiction almost a given and many people fall into this trap every year.