Khat (catha edulis)


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Khat (Catha edulis)
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Ecclesiastes 3:1 "There is a time and a purpose for everything under the heavens."


Classification: Stimulant; Narcotic;


Plant Family: Celastraceae; Genus: Catha; Species: Edulis;


Similar Plants: Kratom, Coca, Tea, Opium Poppy, Opium Lettuce


Common nicknames: Khat; Qat; quatt, qaad, qhat, ghat, and chat;[wikipedia]


Properties/Medicinal Benefits: Chewing khat acutely elicits states of euphoria[9] psychostimulant[9]


Phytochemicals: cathinone and a mild stimulant cathine[8]; phenylalkylamines and cathedulins), flavonoids, steroid and triterpenoids, monoterpenes and volatile aromatic compounds, and other miscellaneous compounds like vitamins and amino acids[8]

All of these are documented on academic databases like PubChem and Google Scholar. I link to them at the bottom of every page. [ Note this is not all of them that exist within the plant, and I never claim to cover every one of them. I try to get as many as possible listed though. ]


Native To: Ethiopia and Yemen[8]


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 Coffee, and Tea? You should be seeing a trend by now. These are examples of natural drugs if you will ( not like crack, of diabolical fentanyl, roxycotin, and other horrible evil pharmas). Much like Methamphetamines is made from ephedrine free-based from Ephedra sinica, "bath salts" is a product that's made from free-basing cathinone from the Khat plant and then chemically altering it. Khat is safe, but "bath salts" on the other hand is not. The God made version is ok(in my opinion, don't be offended), the man made version is not. When we look at synthetic legal versions of these substances, we can see a clear difference in their safety, and how good they serve as medicine. The real danger is not the plants, it's the prohibition of the plants, the lies being spread about them, and lies being told about what the bible says and means, and the pharmaceutical insterest of these plants. Freemasons and other occultist, are heavily into the manufacturing of both legal and illegal drugs. It's called alchemy, and it dates back to ancient Egyptian occultism ( as passed down from the false god of hermes trigsmagistus ).[1][2][3] That's their graven images(idols) slapped all over serpent medical institutions and EMS vehicles.


I also want to defend the seed bearing herbs that God gave us, and God, by stating that I notice the plants that are dangerous, and have been tied to dark sorcery(henbane, datura, mandrake, and bella donna for instance)[4], are not illegal, nor does the church even seem to know about them. Instead, the brainwashed masses continue to regurgitate nonsense that was pushed on them by socialist ( freemasonic cults and other pagan socialist seek to herd the masses with satanic propaganda ). Plants like Henbane, Bella Donna, Mandrake, and Datura, are deadly[4], and the government, nor the church never complain about this. They're legal, and sold, and grown across the US. Alchemist grow them, and freebase substances from them. If you read about alchemy and freemasonry on academic sources, you'll find that they are in fact into the production of drugs, and in fact it is their symbol that is on the side of the ambulance with a serpent on it ( graven image, exodus 20:4 )[The idol is that of hermes trigsmagistus, a false pagan god] Witches, shamans, and occultist, love these dark and deadly plants(Datura etc), and yet they complain about beneficial ones like Khat, Kratom, and Cannabis. It's completely backwards. The very foundation of the occult is a unification in hiding what they do(make drugs), and slandering God. They don't want you to know that they're the ones behind drugs, and God wants you to use HIS drugs, and not theirs(assuming a legit need is there). He wants you to do it in a Godly way though, and not irresponsibly, or unnecessarily. "You may eat of any tree in the garden, just not the tree of knowledge". That's a lot of trees!


Khat is a plant, and natural and plant based 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's still legal in most countries though. It was outlawed in the United States in 1993. Thankfully you can legally buy the seeds though. You can find them with a quick internet search for "buy khat seeds". 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 comes following the prohibition of a particular plant. Pharma versions of natural substances, are made in the likeness of that which is in the earth beneath(a chemical in the khat plant) It seems everytime something is outlawed, big corporations step in and start selling it to the public in pharmakeia form. Shows us what their true intention was about all along. Don't buy into this fear mongering and other forms of propoghanda. The enemy uses fear to trick people into begging for prohibition, so they can produce knock off versions of it, and sell it to you fortune 500 style, like what they're doing with "hemp derived thc" right now.. It's illegal for you to grow your own weed, but they can free-base THC and make alchemical versions of the drug from hemp.. It's pagan supremacy(cheating). Thou shalt not cheat. You gotta judge each plant individually, and not label them all as bad just because you've been trained to fear that which God has made.


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's addictive". God gave it to us, so go away W.H.O. At least no one ever took some leaf and then turned into a cannibal zombie like they do with street pharmaceuticals. Thanks law makers for another incredibly stupid decision. This is one case of many forms of evidence which shows that altering God's creation with the diabolical luciferian spirit only leads to inferior man-made abominations, and not God-made creations like their ego's would lead them to believe. In other words, chemist ego's are writing checks their spirits can't cash ( They're not God )


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 ). Again, God wants you to use his version of drugs, and not the pagan versions. Drugs and sorcery are directly related to one another, and it has to do with context, and substance. Not all drugs are made equal. 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. It's sad that the majority of people who call theirselves righteous, are blindly to the truth. You gotta judge a tree by its fruits, as the bible says.


I'm glad 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. If anyone should want to step in and stop the government from stripping the American people of their God-given right to use seed bearing herbs, it is the church. 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. 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. They're kidnapping people with a van with a serpent on the side of it ( EMS and police ) You can't see what's going on? They're using prohibition to steal property. Thou shalt not stea. 99% of Christians are hypocrits who don't think and can't see what's right in front of them. It bothers me. Wake up.


If you happen to live in a region of the world where it's still legal, kuddos! The plant itself is illegal in the USA, but the seeds are legally shipped here every day. Lots of places sell Khat Seeds and ships to the USA, and other shops that you can find easily with a quick internet search! I don't get paid by anyone who sells them. I share it for whistle blowing purposes.. 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. I believe we have a luciferian agenda at the heigharchy of this worlds authority. This plot to replace Gods drugs with mans, is satanic. We can reverse this! Contact your senators, the ECFES as linked to in the previous paragraph, start petitions, and spread the word. You gotta get involved in the preservation of your democracy, and play it smart ( play dumb around the enemy: {1 Peter 5:8 “Be sober, be vigilant; because your adversary the devil, as a roaring lion, walketh about, seeking whom he may devour:” } (sounds like the police) It's not a matter of IF, but WHEN the Lords justice will defeat evil once and for all. Please also check out the petitions and organizations I support on this website. Take America BACK!


Note: The bible does not condemn the use of plants that produce euphoria, or a buzz, or inebriation ( choose your word ), as long as they're not used in idolic or abnoxious context. A lot of Christians disagree, and I disagree with them. However, I definitly believe that psychedelic plants and poisonous/deadly ones are the fruit of the tree of knowledge.(and it has a purpose, and were designed with them being eaten in mind) Khat, Kratom, Cannabis, and Kava, and stuf like that however(and are NOT used by indiginous cultures for occult practices), I believe is covered by the verse: God gave man every seed bearing herb, that they shall be for consumption(meat; food; medicine; mans benefit;) Instead, the bible condemns idolatry, irresponbile use, and sloppyness ( drunkenness ). Ecclesiastes 9:7 "Eat thy bread, drink thy wine, and be merry; for God now accepteth all thy works." Yes it says be sober, be vigilent, and Khat is a stimulant, wine causes inebriation(regardless of if used responsibly), and Coffee is a stimulant. Stimulants don't cause drunkenness, they curb it. Drunk implies sloppy, lacking performance, disoriented, etc. Khat does produce a pleasant "high", and God made it to do just that. Don't give me that "only pharmaceuticals are ok" balogne either. These "Christians" who hate on people who consume plants instead of pills, are not Christians at all, but rather blind sheep that follow the crowd, and repeat what most of the other sheep around them speak. Khat is a gift from God that is an alternative to Coffee, Kratom, and other natural stimulants.


Another good bible quote that can help you to answer this question is: Luke 6:43-45 "For a good tree bringeth not forth corrupt fruit; neither doth a corrupt tree bring forth good fruit. For every tree is known by his own fruit. For of thorns men do not gather figs, nor of a bramble bush gather they grapes. A good man out of the good treasure of his heart bringeth forth that which is good; and an evil man out of the evil treasure of his heart bringeth forth that which is evil: for the abundance of the heart his mouth speaketh."


Khat seeds are legal in the USA as souvaniers and ship here daily. You can find them all over a quick internet search. Information for intel purposes only, not intended to encourage illegal behavior. The government might have a problem with it, but God doesn't(not in my opinoin.) It's not a psychedelic or a poison, it induces alertness not disorientation, and you can use responsbily. It's illegal in the USA though, but not the seeds ( as souvaniers ). A lot of grey area stuff going on within the markets online and in the world.

Not evaluated or approved by the FDA. Consult your healthcare provider before use. Scientific facts are not to be taken as medical claims says the FDA. Not intended to diagnose, treat, prevent, or cure, any ailments, conditions, dieases etc.

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Academic citations:

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[1] Churton, Tobias. The golden builders: alchemists, rosicrucians, and the first freemasons. Weiser Books, 2005.

[2] Ebeling, Florian. The secret history of Hermes Trismegistus: hermeticism from ancient to modern times. Cornell University Press, 2007.

[3] Ebeling, Florian. "Alchemical Hermeticism." The Occult World. Routledge, 2014. 74-91.

[4] Müller, Jurgen Leo. "Love potions and the ointment of witches: Historical aspects of the nightshade alkaloids." Journal of Toxicology: Clinical Toxicology 36.6 (1998): 617-627.

Khat. (2018, September 3). In Wikipedia, The Free Encyclopedia. Retrieved from https://en.wikipedia.org/w/index.php?title=Khat&oldid=728114709

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Luqman, W., & Danowski, T. S. (1976). The use of khat (Catha edulis) in Yemen: social and medical observations. Annals of internal medicine, 85(2), 246-249.

[8] Getasetegn, M. (2016). Chemical composition of Catha edulis (khat): a review. Phytochemistry Reviews, 15, 907-920. https://link.springer.com/article/10.1007/s11101-015-9435-z

[9] Engidawork, E. (2017). Pharmacological and toxicological effects of Catha edulis F.(Khat). Phytotherapy Research, 31(7), 1019-1028.

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