A plant named nicle plant, native to Mexico, is being grown in Texas to treat a variety of ailments, from a cold to cancer.
A growing market has emerged for the plant, which is also known as medicinal marijuana, to treat some forms of epilepsy and multiple sclerosis.
Nicle is a herb with medicinal properties and is commonly used to treat conditions ranging from mild anxiety to chronic pain.
It’s also used to relieve headaches, but is not approved by the Food and Drug Administration.
The plant is grown in a few small cities in Texas, including the city of Waco, a sprawling metropolis on the Texas-Mexico border that’s home to about 400,000 people.
The city of San Antonio has grown quickly and is now home to more than 1,000 medical marijuana dispensaries.
The plant has a wide range of uses, but the most popular are as a pain reliever and appetite enhancer.
The medical marijuana industry is booming in Texas with companies like San Antonio’s Sanitas, which was founded in 2015 and now employs more than 50 people.
It also has dispensaries in other cities, including Houston and Austin.
Travis Bader, Sanitas CEO, says that the company’s mission is to bring the best quality products to consumers, and Nicle is one of those.
Bader says the company has received thousands of inquiries for Nicle products, and that he expects to get about 30 orders in a year.
Bader says his company is hoping to expand into the United States and Mexico next year.
“We are definitely looking at expanding the market and expanding our footprint,” he said.
Nigem is native to Central and South America, where it’s grown in small, fertile fields.
Its leaves are harvested on the Mexican side of the border, and are then dried and crushed.
Bayer says Nicle’s leaves contain high levels of a chemical called cannabidiol, or CBD, which has been shown to relieve symptoms of some diseases.
CBD is used to help treat seizures in some cases, and is not included in the federal definition of a controlled substance.
Nigerian medical marijuana company Emaaz Pharmaceuticals, which developed the Nicle plant in partnership with Sanitas and Emaac Group, has licensed Nicle to the state of Texas, according to a statement on the company website.
Emaaza will start growing Nicle plants in San Antonio this fall.
Biden and other top officials have long touted the medical value of marijuana, including by Vice President Mike Pence, who said last year that he smoked pot “every day.”
President Donald Trump has since said he doesn’t smoke marijuana.
Bid on marijuana legalization, but be careful: The Drug Enforcement Administration says marijuana is still classified as a Schedule I drug, along with heroin, LSD and heroin with a high potential for abuse.
A new federal report released Wednesday found that in 2017, more than 17,000 Americans died of marijuana-related overdoses, more deaths than in all of 2016.
It found that marijuana is associated with many more serious health problems than alcohol and tobacco.
The DEA classifies marijuana as a “Schedule I” drug with a “high potential for misuse.”
Marijuana can be smoked, ingested or injected, and the effects are not always immediate.
In some cases it can cause seizures and psychosis.
However, medical marijuana advocates say that it can be used safely and should be used as prescribed.
Medical marijuana has been legal in the U.S. since 1999.
In 2015, Congress voted to expand access to the drug by making it legal to grow up to six plants and to possess up to three ounces of marijuana.
The House of Representatives has passed a bill that would allow states to begin recreational marijuana sales in 2018.
A recent study from the University of Michigan found that the number of Americans over the age of 18 who had used marijuana had decreased by 23 percent since 2008.
It said that people aged 18 to 24 were two-thirds of the total marijuana users, while 25 to 34 year olds accounted for 16 percent of the population.