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Catnip Information

Catnip, with its scientific name of Nepeta Cataria, is an herb that is part of the mint family. It can grow as high as three feet.

In addition to its uses with cats, this herb is a used ingredient in herbal teas, and it is enjoyed for its sedative and relaxant properties.

A species of the genus Nepeta in the family Lamiaceae, Catnip contains the feline attractant nepetalactone. Nepatalactone is produced in specialized glands in catnip’s leaves and flowers. This compound is known to have behavioural effects on the cat family. Cats are attracted to the odour of nepetalactone. This binds to receptors in their nose, and this is what can cause the euphoric behaviour often witnessed.

The Effects of Catnip

For cats who sniff Catnip and rub against it, they experience more stimulating effects that can cause behaviours similar to female cats in heat, such as erratic movements, strange howls. However, it has a calming effect when ingested. It can cause fatigue and work as a sedative. Both methods are safe for your cat.

The effects of Catnip are known to last anywhere between 5 to 30 minutes, depending on the cat. The behaviour it can cause varies widely between the individuals. They can become highly playful, agitated, excited, and then they usually go to sleep. Common behaviours include rubbing on the plant, rolling on the ground, pawing at it, licking it and chewing it.

Recommendations for Safe Use

Catnip is safe for cats, but if they eat too much of it, they may vomit and have diarrhea, which shouldn’t last long. It isn’t recommended to give this herb to cats too often, since they may stop responding to it. The recommended frequency is once two to three weeks to prevent habituation.

Because cats respond to Catnip over and over again, it can be an effective training help. Cats generally are not as interested in Catnip in a spray format, since it doesn’t contain enough nepetalactone to appeal to most felines. Most cats enjoy the herb fresh or dried.

This herb is believed to be an inherited sensitivity amongst some cats. If your cat does have the sensitivity, it won’t emerge until your cat is several months old.
Nepeta Cataria is known to lose its potency over time. To keep it fresh and at its best for an extended period of time, store it in the freezer in an airtight container.

This herb is used as a recreational substance for cat’s enjoyment. To treat your cat with its euphoric effects, you can buy Catnip online in Canada.

7 reviews for Catnip

  1. Jesse

    This is the best catnip I have ever purchased according to my cat. Of course she loves the other stuff as well, but I have never seen her so excited before. Amazing value as well!

  2. Andres

    Our cat loves this stuff.
    Great quality, great smell and lasts a long time too.

  3. Jeff

    My cat really goes bonkers for this stuff. I love that it comes packed like other herbs, so you can buy a couple small bags and keep them sealed. The first time I used it, my cat climbed up on me as I was opening the bag. She’s old, so now she just eats it and chills out or eats. I like that it’s natural and from a trusted source. Wish you’d bring back some cat CBD.

  4. Aniruddha

    Used it as a calming tea, kinda??? worked???

  5. Seyedeh

    My cat loves this! Great quality

  6. Gregorhy

    My cat ‘mr .shitty’ loves it. Thanks guys

  7. Emily

    My cats LOVE nip. Its super convenient to order myself and my sons a treat!

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