Streamlit and pinecone + langchain integration error

Summary

I guess I made something wrong in the scripting. After created a git for streamlit app, a main.py and a requirements.txt file contains pinecone-client, I getting error:
import Pinecone
ModuleNotFoundError: No module named ‘Pinecone’


###Deploy app process

- Created main.py
requirements.py
connected streamlit and git
installed dependencies
imported, initialized pinecone, loaded a txt
**import Pinecone
# initialize pinecone
pinecone.init(
    api_key='ADDED',  # 
    environment='ADDED  # next to api key in console
)
index_name = 'llama2-practice' # put in the name of your pinecone index here
docsearch=Pinecone.from_texts([t.page_content for t in docs], embeddings, index_name=index_name)**

If applicable, please provide the steps we should take to reproduce the error or specified behavior.

**Expected behavior:**
I expected to do the vectorizing and indexing.

**Actual behavior:**

Running to an error.
### Debug info

- Streamlit version: (get it with `$ streamlit version`)
- Python version: 1.26.0
Using streamlit connected to github
- OS version: Win 10
- Browser version: Firefox

### Requirements file

pinecone-client
langchain
openai
streamlit
streamlit-chat
tiktoken
chromadb
pysqlite3-binary
transformers
tokenizers>=0.10.3
nltk
sentencepiece
huggingface-hub
sentence-transformers
hugchat==0.0.8
google-cloud-bigquery
### Links

* Link to your GitHub repo:  https://github.com/IstvanOlahGit/streamlitt
* Link to your deployed app: https://appt-hgkkm6dqxeghzx7jxhjncq.streamlit.app/

### Additional information

If needed, add any other context about the problem here.

Hey @Istvan_Olah,

It looks like the issue might be that you’ve capitalized the word “Pinecone” in your import statement (I’m not 100% certain because the GitHub repo appears to be private).

It should look like the following:
import pinecone