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About sharing media captionOpinion is divided on whether banning khat in the UK is the right thing The leafy plant khat, which acts as a stimulant when chewed, is about to become a banned class C drug in the UK.

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Looking at the other end of the supply chain, Kenyan khat farmer FG Machuma is worried about how the ban will hurtfarmers who cultivate the plant in the Horn of Africa. It makes people happy and talkative but can cause insomnia and temporary confusion.

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Chewed for a few ethioian it leaves users with a feeling of calm, described by some as "blissed out". The drug could make pre-existing mental health problems worse and it can provoke feelings of anxiety and aggression.

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It can also inflame the mouth and damage teeth, and there are concerns about the long-term risk of mouth cancers. In a report last year they ethiopan that "the potential negative effects, both on the diaspora communities who consume khat in the UK, and on the growers who cultivate it in Africa, outweigh any possible benefits". There's no good evidence surprise chat suggest a direct link between khat use and psychosis.

The government's own advisory council also cautioned against a banconcerned at the lack of evidence that it harms health or wider society. The ACMD concluded: "Beyond contradictory anecdotal statements no credible evidence has been found to show a direct causal relationship between khat and the various harms for which its consumption is claimed to be responsible.

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Karen Bradley, the Home Office minister overseeing the ban, admits hard evidence is difficult to come by, partly because the communities which use sex chat rache drug are so small. And as the minister points out, Mr Noah - from Hayes, west London - managed to get support from many Somali women who are concerned that men using khat do not engage properly with their families because of their habit.

Suaad Abdiaziz is one of those supporting the ban and she has a blunt message for Somali khat-users in their cafes: "You should be taking care of your children and working - not sitting in a room chewing khat. He insists it does because of the insomnia it triggers.

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Ministers say this was also a deciding factor in the arguments to criminalise it. It is a plant called khat or miraa or - more mystically - "Tea of the Arabs".

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Users chew the bitter leaves of this natural stimulant. It etihopian supposed to make them more alert and raise energy levels, which is why supporters of khat lesbian locker room it is as harmless as coffee or tea. From his West London depot, Mahat - who did not want to give his surname - oversees the importing of 7, boxes of it a week - fresh off the overnight flight from Nairobi.

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Looking at the other end of the supply chain, Kenyan khat farmer FG Machuma is worried about how ethiopia ban will hurtfarmers who cultivate the plant in the Horn of Africa. It makes people happy and talkative but can cause insomnia and temporary confusion.

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Chewed for a few hours it leaves users with a feeling of calm, described by some as "blissed out". The drug could make pre-existing mental health problems worse and it can provoke feelings of anxiety and aggression.

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It can also inflame the mouth and damage teeth, and there are concerns about the long-term risk of horny wife chat cancers. In a report last year they argued that "the potential negative effects, both on the diaspora communities who consume khat in the UK, and on the growers who cultivate it in Africa, outweigh any possible benefits".

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There's no good evidence to suggest a direct link between khat use and psychosis. The government's own advisory council also cautioned against a banconcerned at the lack of evidence that it harms health or wider society.

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The ACMD concluded: "Beyond contradictory anecdotal statements no credible evidence has been found to show a direct causal relationship between khat and the various harms for which its consumption is claimed to be responsible. Karen Bradley, the Home Office minister overseeing the ban, admits hard evidence is difficult to come by, partly because the communities which use the drug are so small.