Huichol Tobacco (Nicotiana langsdorffii) is a fast-growing, small-leafed tobacco that is cultivated and used ceremonially by the Huichol people of what is now central Mexico. This tobacco species can be found growing wild in the desert southwest of North America. These plants are extremely resinous and powerful, for ceremonial use and for smoking. Prolific yellow flowers attract many pollinating insects to the garden.
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