It may be one of the most important plants in the world.
But aloe has a lot of downsides.
Now, researchers have figured out how to grow the plant’s buds in the lab.
The technique is similar to how scientists grow the seeds of plants, but it’s more efficient.
And it makes the plants easier to control.
The plant is also edible, which means it’s an edible crop.
And, according to a recent study in Nature Communications, it’s also one of only two species that grows on plants.
The other is the cannabis plant, which is a hybrid of two plants that is called a hybrid.
These two species have been cultivated for centuries, and are used to make cannabis products.
The new research shows that aloe’s buds can be grown in a lab in just 10 days, and produce up to 10 grams of cannabis.
That’s a lot, but not as much as some other plants, which grow to over 20 grams.
The researchers said they think the new technique will be able to produce more THC, a psychoactive substance, because the plant contains more cannabinoids.
The THC content is different than the psychoactive compounds found in cannabis, and the researchers say that will help with the effects of the plant on humans.
“Our main goal is to get the THC content to around 20-25 percent, which will help in treating anxiety and pain,” lead researcher Hao Yang said in a statement.
“And we hope to be able also to produce CBD, a neuroprotectant compound that has many potential uses in humans.”
Researchers have been working on growing aloe since 2013, and have been able to grow it in a petri dish.
It was also developed by researchers in the U.K. and the U,S.
This method allows the plants to be grown for about 12 months, instead of the normal 18 months.
The scientists say they hope to eventually make the plants commercially available.