What is khat
Khat drug is a natural herbal stimulant consisting of the leaves and shoots of the shrub Catha Edulis. Chewing Khat causes increased levels of energy, concentration, alertness, self-esteem, talkativeness, friendliness, sensations of elation, enhanced imaginative ability and capacity to associate ideas.
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Cathinones are responsible for most of the stimulat properties of Khat (Catha Edulis, Miraa, Catha, Jaad, Qaat or Kat).
History As far back as the sixth century Khat has been traditionally used as a stimulant and socializing drug in eastern Africa the home of coffee and the Arabian Peninsula and throughout the Middle East, there chewing Khat predates the use of coffee.
Khat is bought and chewed in special places called Mafreshi.
In Yemen, where legend has it the first Catha Edulis tree was brought from Ethiopia by a Sufi mystic in 1429, roughly two thirds of the arable land there is devoted to Khat plantations.
Khat drug use has traditionally been confined to the regions where Khat is grown, because only fresh Khat picked within 48 hours did have the desired stimulating effects. In recent years improved roads, off-road motor vehicles and air transport have increased its global distribution.
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Khat plants is a green-leafed shrub that has been chewed for centuries by people who live in the Horn of Africa and the Arabian peninsula.
In more recent years it has turned up in Europe, including the UK, where it is used particularly among emigrants and refugees from countries such as Somalia, Ethiopia and the Yemen.
Khat seeds is imported to London and sold at greengrocers and market stalls in areas such as East London. It sells at about £4 a bunch but only remains potent for a few days after being picked. It is strongest when the fresh leaves are chewed but can also be made into a tea or chewable paste.
Khat leaves is a stimulant drug (containing two cathinone like compounds) and has effects similar to mild amphetamine. Chewing it produces a mild euphoria and makes people feel more alert and talkative. As with amphetamine, khat suppresses the appetite. Users also describe an ensuing calming effect (being blissed out) when the drug is used over a few hours.
Regular use may lead to insomnia, anorexia and anxiety. In some cases it may make people feel more irritable and angry and possibly violent.
Psychological dependence can result from regular use so that users feel depressed and low unless they keep taking it.
There has been concern about the effect of khat on some of its regular users in the Somali community. While khat may be causing some problems for refugees from the war in Somalia its use needs to be viewed alongside the poverty and stigma that may be experienced by many of these people.
Prevalence of Use of khat plant
According to Home Office CSEW statistics published in 2016, 0.06% of adults aged 16 to 59 had used khat high in the last year; this equates to around 20,000 people in England and Wales.
This is similar to the 0.05% estimated in 2014/15, but a statistically significant fall compared with 0.2% in the previous two survey years when khat seeds use was legal. It should also be noted that a household survey such as the CSEW may underestimate the use of substances such as khat seeds, the use of which is concentrated in individuals of a
History of khat high
References to khat use can be found in Arab journals from the 13th century. Physicians prescribed khat plants to treat depression and lack of energy.
The stimulant effects also mean it has been commonly used by peasants who work long hours. In some Muslim countries where alcohol is banned, khat is commonly used in social situations, although khat leaves is often condemned on religious and cultural grounds.
Where khat is indigenous, the majority of individuals who use this substance chew it. It is very rarely used in the tea and even more rarely smoked.
The person using khat plant typically fills their mouth with khat leaves and stalks, chews them slowly to extract the juice, and then swallows the juice.
The material is chewed into a ball, much in the way that tobacco is chewed here in the United States. Chewing khat plants is typically a social activity in areas where the plan is indigenous.
The substance also has significant cultural uses in these areas, such as being used at weddings or religious ceremonies. The psychoactive substances in khat high have stimulant- or amphetamine-like effects, and the substance is typically used to increase work capacity, improve performance, or stay awake or alert.
Khat contains well over 40 different substances, including alkaloids, amino acids, minerals, vitamins, and others. It appears that the environment in which the shrub is grown has some effect on the specific chemical profile of the leaves.
The psychoactive compounds of note found in khat plant consist of amphetamine-like substances.