Catha


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Related to Catha: khat, Catha edulis, Cathar, Cathay
An amphetamine-like neural stimulant used by Yemenites and East Africans, who chew buds/fresh leaves of Catha edulis; dried leaves can be used but are less potent
Advese effects Psychologic dependence, increased blood pressure, respiratory rate
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In Figure 2, the DPPH radical scavenging activities of various investigated extract n-Butanol and Ethyl acetate of Catha Edulis with age 50 years were in order of n-BuOH extract (63.
The results obtained in this study clearly showed that both AcOEt and n-BuOH extracts from the leaves of Catha edulis possess antioxidant activity.
Catha edulis, Eine Wening Bekannte Rauch- und Genussdroge, Planta Medica, 21: 410-415.
Investigation into the toxicological effects of Catha edulis leaves.
Catha edulis (Khat) use, abuse and current status of scientific knowledge.
The content of psychoactive phenylpropyl and phenylpentenyl khatamines in Catha edulis Forsk of different origin.
Biochemical effects of catha edulis, cathine and cathinone on adrenocortical functions.
Behavioural sensitisation following repeated intermittent oral administration of catha edulis in rats.
Effects of the active constituents of catha edulis on the neuromuscular junction.