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|Cat Given Name :||Catnip|
|Other Name(s) :||Catmint, Cat's Fancy, Cat's Wort, Catnep, Catrup, Field Balm|
A perennial growing to about three feet (90 cm), with broad, soft, white, hairy leaves with a dented border. The flowers are produced in long tufts and are purplish-white.
Excellent for troubled breathing, reducing fevers, maternal pains, and inducing conception. The scent of crushed leaves can also ease the trouble cat and induce relaxation and (in some) euphoria.
|Complaints :||Burn, Blackcough, Concussion,|
|Collecting & Storing Flowers|
|When to Collect||:||Mid Greenleaf|
|How to Collect||:||Select flowers of good color and full vitality. Bite the flowers off, leaving as little stem as possible.|
|How to Preserve||:||Lay the flowers in full sun to dry.|
|How to Store||:||Store in loose piles in a clean, dry place.|
|Detailed Usage Information|
|Flowers||:||May be consumed to ease breathing or lessen coughing.|
|Flowers||:||May be consumed to ease the pain of birth.|
|Flowers||:||May be consumed to increase the likelihood of conception.|
|Flowers||:||May be crushed and the fumes inhaled to induce relaxation. It should be noted that some cats may experience a feeling of euphoria in response to catnip.|