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Related to Catha: khat, Catha edulis, Cathar, Cathay
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Noun1.Catha - a genus of African evergreen shrubs characterized by thick leaves and white flowers
gymnosperm genus - a genus of gymnosperms
Catha edulis - a shrub that is cultivated by Arabs for its leaves which are chewed or used to make tea
Celastraceae, family Celastraceae, spindle-tree family, staff-tree family - trees and shrubs and woody vines usually having bright-colored fruits
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(13.) Catha Paquette, Latin American art historian, identified the image borrowed by the artist as Metzli in a conversation with the author, September 1999, Santa Barbara, Calif.
Qat grows on an evergreen (catha edulis), a slender, straight tree found in mountainous terrain and reaching a height of perhaps two or three metres in the Yemen.
By late afternoon, many of the visitors and virtually all the young militiamen were chewing khat, the succulent leaves and shoots of Catha edulis, a plant with stimulant properties comparable to benzedrine.
In nature, cathinone ([beta]-keto amphetamine) exists in the leaves of the Catha edulis plant, which can be found easily in the region of northeast Africa and the Arabian Peninsula [2].
Use of psycho active substances such as khat (Catha edulis, which is evergreen leaf common in east Africa), tobacco products (cigarette, shisha), and alcoholic beverages have become major public health challenge [4].
[25.] Atlabachew M, Chandravanshi BS and M Redi Concentration Levels of Essential and Non-Essential Metals in Ethiopian Khat (Catha edulis Forsk).
In 2015, there were multiple seizures by Senegalese law enforcement authorities of the Catha Edulis (khat) plant in Dakar.
Regular Khat (Catha edulis) chewing is associated with elevated diastolic blood pressure among adults in Butajira, Ethiopia: a comparative study.
The majority of these designer drugs are derived from the parent compound cathinone, the active ingredient of the plant khat (Catha edulis).
khat platoon of natural steroids whose scientific name (Catha edulis) has other names by region located where [1].