Catnip

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Catnip

(nepeta cataria) A plant of the mint family and acts as a hallucinogen to cats.
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catnip

(Nepeta cataria), aromatic herb of the mint family (Lamiaceae, or Labiatae). The plant has spikes of small, purple-dotted flowers. Catnip has been ... [1 related articles]
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Catnip

(Nepeta) This is a large group of hardy herbaceous plants, of which few are in cultivation. They are found wild in parts of Europe and Asia and some are naturalized in North America. N. Faassenii, the Mauve Catmint, is a popular kind that has somewhat spreading growth. Their thin stems are covered with gray leaves and it produces a lot of small lav...
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Catnip

• (n.) Alt. of Catmint
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Catnip

A herb that some cats respond to and some cats ignore. The ability to respond to catnip may be due to a cat's genetic make up. Cats that do respond often have a very positive response and scattering catnip around a scratching post can be a good way to get the cat to use it.
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catnip

catnip or catmint,strong-scented perennial herb (Nepeta cataria) of the family Labiatae (mint family), native to Europe and Asia but naturalized in the United States. A tea of the leaves and flowing tops has long been used as a domestic remedy for various ailments. Catnip is best known for its stimu...
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catnip

Synonym for cataria ... The dried flowering tops of Nepeta cataria (family Labiatae); an emmenagogue and antispasmodic; also reported to produce psychic effects. ... Synonym: catnep, catnip. ... Origin: L. Cattus, male cat (post-class) ... (05 Mar 2000) ...
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