Khat, the favorite plant of Djibouti is banned in many European countries.
Khat is a mildly narcotic plant that has been chewed and enjoyed socially for centuries in the Horn of Africa. It has widespread use in Somalia, Djibouti, Ethiopia and Kenya. It is the subject of considerable controversy, with some experts describing it as a mild social stimulant and others labeling it an amphetamine-like drug. It is a banned substance in most European countries and America/Canada.