|Title:||A review of the health implications of heavy metals and pesticide residues on khat users|
|Authors:||Oyugi, Albert M.|
|Participants:||Kibet, Joshua K.|
Adongo, John O.
|Series/Report no.:||Bulletin of the National Research Centre, Volume 44 (2021), Article number: 158|
|Abstract:||There is an exponential rise in the use of farming chemicals in agricultural practices ostensibly to increase food production. The chewing of fresh khat leaves and shoots has spread across the world from ancient khat producing regions in East Africa and the Arabian Peninsula. Khat is a well-established socialization substance with stimulating characteristics. In this work, we have reviewed the deleterious impacts of several heavy metals such as lead, cadmium, iron in the khat plant and their health impacts. Survey on the health complications of farming chemicals used in khat production is also presented.|
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