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Khat (Catha edulis, edible khat) is a very popular, legal recreational drug in Africa and in the Arab world.
Catha edulis is a flowering plant native to the Horn of Africa and the Arabian Peninsula.
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Recreational consumption of khat, khat chewing, is a traditional activity dating back thousands of years and is an accepted part of the mainstream culture.Buy Khat plant Online
Khat is a plant. The leaf and stem are used as a recreational drug and as medicine.
As a recreational drug, the leaves and stem are chewed by people in East Africa and the Arabian countries to elevate mood (as a euphoriant).
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