Marijuana oil has been gaining popularity for decades, and a growing number of Americans are experimenting with the drug.

The Drug Enforcement Administration says marijuana is among the most widely abused drugs in the country, but some states and cities are taking steps to limit its use.

But as with other drugs, the drug is still illegal in the U.S. and marijuana is still classified as a Schedule I drug by the U:i.e. the most dangerous of all drugs, meaning it’s the most heavily controlled and controlled by the DEA.

Marijuana is also the subject of an ongoing federal investigation into possible violations of federal drug laws.

Marijuana and marijuana oils have been used for decades to treat anxiety and insomnia, but there is growing concern that they can lead to dependence and addiction.

Some people are turning to marijuana oil because it is cheaper and easier than other prescription medications, and because the drug often has stronger effects.

But some people are getting high while using marijuana oil, and it’s not uncommon for people to end up in the hospital with an overdose.

Here are the biggest questions you should be asking:What are marijuana and marijuana oil?

Marijuana is a non-psychoactive substance that can be extracted into various forms, including tea, oil and capsules.

Marijuana oil is derived from the leaves of the marijuana plant.

It’s also known as cannabis oil or marihuana, but it is also often referred to as “marijuana oil.”

In a legal sense, it is a drug that is not considered an illegal drug.

In other legal terms, marijuana is legal and a Schedule 1 drug, which means it is controlled by federal authorities.

In addition, marijuana and its derivatives are classified as Schedule II drugs, which are considered a less dangerous category than Schedule I drugs like heroin and LSD.

The DEA classifies marijuana and cannabis oils in the same category as heroin and methamphetamine.

In 2018, the Drug Enforcement Agency (DEA) reported that it has received more than 10,000 reports of marijuana-related overdose deaths from states and territories that have legalized marijuana for recreational use.

The vast majority of these reported cases involve individuals who used marijuana, and most involved people under the age of 21.

The majority of deaths involved users who were under the influence of marijuana, which is classified as an illegal controlled substance by the Drug Abuse Warning Network.

While most people who use marijuana smoke it recreationally, it can also be used recreationally for medicinal purposes.

Medical marijuana dispensaries have proliferated in the last decade, and research has shown that it is relatively safe.

A study published in The Journal of Psychopharmacology found that users of medical marijuana were less likely to use heroin or methamphetamines, but the results were not statistically significant.

In the meantime, the FDA is looking into whether some states have a legal way to restrict how many times a month marijuana can be consumed by adults.

States are also trying to figure out how to regulate the marijuana industry.

The American Medical Association has said it opposes any changes to the law that could increase the risk of opioid abuse.

The group also said that legalizing marijuana would increase the chances of marijuana being used to produce a powerful psychoactive compound that could be abused by the public.

The Drug Enforcement Bureau has not yet released its own research on marijuana’s safety.

But the agency has taken several steps in the past few years to increase its ability to track the drug’s use, and in 2017, the agency issued new guidelines that will allow it to monitor marijuana’s use.