The leaves of Catha
edulis were collected from City Hajja--Yemen in September 2009.
The habit of Khat (Catha
edulis Forsk.) chewing has prevailed for centuries among populations in the horn of Africa and the Arabian peninsula including The Yemen.
Analytical and chemical aspects of Catha
The use of khat (Catha
edulis) in Yemen: Social and medical observations.
In the Power Broker listings in the February 2006 issue of Risk & Insurance[R], broker Catha
Pavloff's name was spelled incorrectly (page 36).
Edulus (aka Khat) is a shrub grown in the southern part of Arabia and Eastern Africa, primarily in the countries of Yemen, Somalia, and Ethiopia.
The khat plant (Celastraceus edulis; Catha
edulis) is a flowering perennial green tree or large shrub.
As the leader of Marsh's Global Design Practice, Catha
Pavlov likes to keep her finger on the pulse of the construction/design industry.
The sample includes crops grown as annuals (Cannabis sativa, Papaver somniferum, Nicotiana tabacum--although Nicotiana is sometimes perennial) and shrubs (Catha
edulis, Ephedra spp., Erythroxylum spp, Coffea spp., Camellia sinensis, Cola spp., and Ilex paraguariensis).
The majority (74%) of the participants did not attend school and 65% reported that they consumed Khat (Catha
edulis), a stimulant leaf commonly consumed in the study area.
edulis Forsk Mediates Embryotoxic Effects in Rats: An Experimental Study
Khat, also called chat in Ethiopia, refers to green leaves of the herb Catha
edulis which is widely chewed as a stimulant mainly in East Africa and Arab countries.