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What is Khat and why have I never heard of it? Most of you are probably familiar with Kratom ( Mitragyna speciosa ). How about the coca plant that cocaine is made from? What about Cannabis, and psychedelic mushrooms? You should be seeing a trend by now. These are examples of natural drugs if you will ( not like crack ). When we look at synthetic legal versions of these substances we can see a clear difference in their safety. The real danger is not the plants, it’s the prohibition of the plants.

Khat is a plant, and natural and powerful narcotic stimulant. It was enjoyed all around the world where it used to be legal until governments worldwide took action against the harmless plant. It was outlawed in the United States in 1993. There were never any recorded deaths from its use or even the slightest bit of danger involved that anyone could observe. The real danger to public health came following the prohibition of this new enemy of the drug war and pharmaceutical industry.

Following the decision to outlaw Khat in 1993, chemist and drug dealers saw an opportunity. Someone figured out how to take the active alkaloid produced by the plant called cathinone, and turn it into the infamous “bath salts”. Never in the history of the use of Khat were there any dangerous and bizarre news stories related to its consumption. Bath salts on the other hand, was and still is a nightmare. All of this was because the world health organization thinks it was addictive. At least no one ever took some leaf and then turned into a cannibal zombie. Thanks law makers for another incredibly stupid decision.

What bothers me the most about this secret war on plants, is just that.. Most of these substances are not known to the mainstream because they have been kept silent by political criminal psychopaths. Everyone is familiar with the classic street drugs, heroine, crack, meth, and pills, but Khat? No one has heard of it! Are they also aware that all of those street drugs are all either derived from or synthesized from plants? ( even some pills ). The war on drugs is really there to push synthetic alternatives on the public, while keeping their natural and free sources quiet. There are schedule 1 substances in many plants that the average person has never heard of.

I’m proud to help spread the truth about Khat and other plants that this international drug war has attempted to defeat. I find it sad that enough people are not taking initiative to couteract these malicious laws. Just as we can petition Marijuana legalization into act, we too can remove its active constituents and other plants/plant alkaloids from being scheduled and made illegal. Making nature illegal or punishable in any way, is a sure fire sign you and the rest of your people need to take back over your government. After all, they want to push drugs on all of us with various menthal health acts across the states, and make everything natural a crime. Thank goodness for the Edelic Center For Ethnobotanical Services and other similar organizations.
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If you happen to live in a region of the world where it’s still legal, kuddos! For everyone else please get involved in the legalization movement. Unless, you live in a region of the world where the cultivation of these seeds is legal. The seeds are not legal to grow in the USA. If you’ve been the victim of entrapment please get the DOJ and FBI involved, take the police to court, and press charges. Always pleade not guilty. The smallest quantity or seeds they have in stock and for sale is a kilo. You’ll definitely be able to grow a plant or two if you live where it’s legal to do so! In fact, you could start an entire ethnobotanical garden and empire with one order. The war on drugs should have never included natural plant based fun on their hit list. We can reverse this! Contact your senators, the ECFES as linked to in the previous paragraph, start petitions, and spread the word. It’s not a matter of IF, but WHEN. Also check out the petitions and organizations I support on this website. Take America BACK!
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Buy Khat seeds and grow your own Khat plants at home.
Khat is a large, slow growing, evergreen shrub, reaching a height of between 1 and 5 metres, in equatorial regions it may reach a height of 10 metres. It is native to East Africa and Arabia, but is now cultivated in many countries throughout Africa. It grows in arid environments, and once established thrives in full sun at a temperature range of 5-35C. It will not usually tolerate frosts, and overwatering will cause it to drop leaves and die. In certain areas it is often grown with coffee plants and in irrigated terraces.

Growing from Khat Seeds
It has been said that Qat is a difficult plant to grow from seed, but we have not experienced any problems germinating this species. Seeds should be planted in either, horticultural sand, cactus compost, vermiculite, or any mix of these three media. It is important that the choice of growing media is very free draining, as Khat seeds are prone to damping off fungus, which will quickly kill small seedlings. Plant the qat seeds about 5mm deep in pots or seed pans, mist the surface until slightly moist, and place in a warm bright place, out of direct sunlight. Mist the surface whenever the soil dries completely. In Summer this may be every day, in Spring it could be every 3 to 5 days. Alternatively, you can water them a bit more thoroughly, and apply Cheshunt Compound with every watering to prevent mould. With both methods, the seeds will probably germinate within a week, if not they may need more/less water, or warmer conditions, or maybe they might just need more time. Once the seeds have germinated avoid direct sunlight. Turn the pots regularly as the seedlings will grow towards the light. Once the seedlings are a 5-10cm tall, they can be transplanted into individual pots.

Potting / Re-potting Khat Plants
We use an equal mix of general purpose house-plant compost and perlite as our potting mix. Perlite provides excellent drainage whilst retaining enough moisture to keep the plant happy. Also, we put a 2cm layer of gravel or broken crocks (terracotta pots) in the base of the pot for extra drainage, and a 1cm layer of cactus top dressing or fish tank gravel on the surface. This helps to prevent the perlite from floating to the surface, cuts down on excessive evaporation, prevents the soil compacting when watering from above, and it looks nice too.

Khat Cuttings
Khat Cuttings are fairly straightforeward, although rarely 100% successful. Cut a 5-20cm length from the tip of the branch. It should be the current years growth, green and pliable, not too woody. Place the cuttings in pots or seed pans, and treat either as freshly germinated seedlings, or freshly transplanted seedlings

Khat is a famous plant from the east of Africa and Arabia. Learn to cultivate your own Khat (or Qat) plants with our seeds!