By Josh KatzowitzThe marijuana plant, once the darling of the mainstream and one of the most beloved and popular plant species in the United States, has been in a tailspin since recreational pot became legal in November of last year.
The weed plant is the only plant known to produce the powerful psychoactive compound marijuana.
It’s the most expensive crop in the U.S. at $6 billion a year.
Marijuana is considered one of America’s most dangerous drugs and is believed to be responsible for more than 70,000 deaths per year.
But its popularity has exploded in recent years, with recreational pot sales up nearly 20 percent in January of this year alone.
The plant has been around for millennia and has been a fixture in some cultures since at least the 14th century, when the plant was introduced to China.
The plant is native to the Americas, and its roots reach as far north as the Yukon.
The marijuana plants flowers have been used in Chinese medicine for centuries, with the plant’s leaves used for centuries to treat asthma, malaria, rheumatism and other ailments.
It was the first plant used in medicine in the 1600s, and today, the cannabis plant is used in over 150 countries and is used by more than 100 million people worldwide.
But in recent decades, the popularity of marijuana has exploded.
It was the most popular drug on the U-S.
market in the first half of 2016, and the United Kingdom is now the second-most popular country in the world for marijuana use.
But what’s causing the marijuana plant’s decline?
The plant’s flowering is slow and difficult to harvest, which can lead to the plants leaves looking thin and shriveled, and even its leaves will lose their shape and begin to fall off.
In its current state, the plant doesn’t grow as fast as it used to and can suffer from diseases and pests.
In recent years marijuana has become more expensive, with medical marijuana and recreational pot becoming more popular.
So when recreational pot is legalized, it is expected to raise the price of the plant and the prices of its products, which are used to fund a legal cannabis industry.
As it currently stands, marijuana is illegal under federal law.
Marijuana use is also illegal in the state of Colorado and it remains illegal in most states.
However, as recreational pot becomes more popular, the federal government may allow some states to legalize recreational marijuana.
If that happens, states like California, Maine, Massachusetts, New Hampshire, New York and Oregon would have the right to legalize marijuana, as long as it isn’t sold in state-licensed stores.
Under this scenario, the price and product prices of marijuana could go up, and that could hurt the industry, as companies that use the marijuana plants for their products will likely have less of a profit margin.
A growing number of experts have said that marijuana should be legalized as a recreational substance because it’s been proven to be safer than prescription drugs, and marijuana is less addictive than opioids, such as heroin.
The American Medical Association, a medical association that represents more than 3,400 doctors across the United Sates, has said that medical marijuana has proven to relieve pain and other conditions.
The American Medical Society also said marijuana could be beneficial for cancer treatment and Alzheimer’s disease.
And the National Institutes of Health has said marijuana can be a valuable treatment for depression and other mental health disorders.
The DEA has not yet released its final policy regarding recreational marijuana legalization, but it has said the agency is committed to maintaining the current restrictions on recreational marijuana use, including the federal ban on marijuana sale to minors.