Catnip - Nepeta cataria – has long been associated with cats. Even its Latin-derived cataria means “of a cat.” And research shows that cats big and small adore this weedy, invasive member of the mint family.
I’ve been looking for something like this…thanks beautiful I have catnip and the oil, besides rosemary, what other herbs can work with this one?
Great video as always! My cat is one of those rare ones that doesn’t react to catnip. It’s so disappointing because I can’t get him high and laugh at him. LOL.
I had a cat that didn’t react to catnip either. He would look at us like we were nuts when we put it down for him or in a toy that he usually would play with.
It’s weird how some don’t react to it.
I love the combination of green witchery and science here- a very informative video! Growing up, we had two family cats that would go wild with their catnip toys. The memory still makes me smile
Thanks so much for sharing your wisdom, @Silverbear!
Great, now where can I get the write it down recipe?
I love this & just recently found Catnip in my witchy herbs when I was going through what I have. I just have to get some more amber bottles. I have it written down in my BOS for when I get them. Thank you @SilverBear!
That’s wonderful thank You
I also have catnip!
This information about catnip would make a lovely entry to a BOS/Grimoire!
Aside from taking handwritten notes from the video, I know @Silverbear has a lot of wonderful content, so she may have a graphic or perhaps some text-based information about Catnip. And @Francisco is always hard at work adding content to the site- perhaps Catnip could go on the to-be-added list for the Herbal Witchcraft Course content
Great information on it too! Thanks, @Francisco!
Thank you. I’m sure as a bonus the cats will be crazy about me, it’s just that they are such mean drunks.
You mean like this??
Yep, they beat the snot out of each other.