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Archived on: January 1, This document may contain dated information. It remains available to provide access to historical materials. W hat is khat?

The term khat refers to the leaves and young Addison MI milf personals of Catha edulis. The plant has been widely used since the thirteenth century as a recreational drug by the indigenous people of East Africa, the Arabian Peninsula, and somali net chat Middle East. Individuals chew khat leaves because of their stimulant and euphoric effects, which are similar to, but less intense than, those resulting from the abuse of cocaine or methamphetamine.

What does khat look like? When fresh, khat leaves are glossy and crimson-brown in color, resembling withered basil.

Khat leaves typically begin to deteriorate 48 hours after being harvested from the shrub on which they grow. Deteriorating khat leaves are leathery and turn yellow-green.

How is khat used? Fresh khat typically is chewed and then retained in the cheek and chewed intermittently until the juices are extracted.

Dried khat can be brewed into tea or made into a chewable paste. Less common methods of administering khat chzt smoking or sprinkling on food.

Immediate effects of khat use include increased heart and breathing rates, elevated body temperature and blood pressure, and increased alertness, excitement, energy, and talkativeness. The effects of khat usually last between 90 minutes and 3 hours. After-effects of khat use include lack of concentration, numbness, and insomnia.

Who uses khat The use of khat is accepted within Somali, Ethiopian, and Yemeni cultures; in the United States, khat use is most prevalent among immigrants from those countries. Street Terms for Khat.