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Synonyms for catnip

hairy aromatic perennial herb having whorls of small white purple-spotted flowers in a terminal spike

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Response to Actute Stress in Domestic Cats Using Synthetic Analogues of Natural Appeasing Pheromones with Nepeta Cataria Extract Rich in Nepetalactone: A Double-blinded, Randomized, Positive Controlled Cross-over Study.
Talented apprentice Jordan Vaughan gets a good tune out of Cataria Girl and she looks sure to be there or thereabouts once again.
Table 6: Supportive galactagogues Supportive galactagogues Specific information Urtica dioica (nettle) Nutritive Althaea officinalis Root Nutritive, moistening (marshmallow root) Medicago sativa (alfalfa) Nutritive Lavandula angustifolia Nervine, thymoleptic, carminative (lavender) May be useful when MER is diminished Chamomilla recutita (German Nervine, carminative chamomile) May be useful when MER is diminished Nepeta cataria (catnip) Nervine, thymoleptic May be useful when MER is diminished Asparagus racemosus Nervine, female reproductory tonic (shatavari) Note: A.
Nasturtium officinale WT Aiton water cress Nepeta cataria L.
Catmint (Nepeta x faasenii, Nepeta cataria and others) gets cats as high as kites and it's not unknown for moggies to eat entire plants.
This study compared the antibacterial properties of white sage (Salvia apiana), calendula (Calendula officinalis), lemon catnip (Nepeta cataria ssp.
Chemical composition of the essential oil isolated from wild catnip Nepeta cataria L.
Presence of conspecifics increased flower visitation rate on Nepeta cataria, but not all pollinator showed significant relationship (Sih and Baltus 1987).
It is an herb whose scientific name is nepta cataria.