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A bottle of sifted dokha flakes from a local vendor in the United Arab Emirates.

Dokha (Arabic: dokha, "Vertigo") is an Iranian tobacco blend, consisting of finely shredded tobacco mixed with leaves, bark and herbs. The tobacco product is popular in the United Arab Emirates, Qatar, and other Middle Eastern countries. Dokha comes in many strengths and flavors, and can also be flavored with a variety of fruits.