Catnip Loose- 50 Grams
Scientific Name:Nepeta cataria
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Catnip is a strong-smelling herb. It is native to Central Europe, though it can now be found in most of Canada and the Northeast United States. It belongs to the mint family and has oval-toothed, dark green leaves and white flowering tops.
Catnip has long been thought to have medicinal properties. Its dried leaves and white flowers are traditionally used for this purpose. Both can be used to make tea, which is sometimes used to treat conditions like insomnia, anxiety, and headaches
Insomnia - Lack of Sleep
Catnip is a member of the mint family and contains a compound called nepetalactone which calms the central nervous system. Catnip is very mild and stimulates the parasympathetic nervous system which invites calm to the body.
Catnip tea is most commonly used to treat nervousness and anxiety, along with other symptoms these conditions can cause, such as indigestion and insomnia.
Catnip tea’s biggest health benefit is the calming effect that it can have on the body. Catnip contains nepetalactone, which is similar to the valepotriates found in a commonly used herbal sedative, valerian. This can improve relaxation, which may boost mood and reduce anxiety, restlessness, and nervousness.
Less Gas and Stomach Cramps
Historically, catnip was used for diarrhea, gas, and stomach cramps. It’s said to relieve muscle spasms in the intestinal tract. Drinking catnip tea may soothe the digestive system.
It may be used to treat conditions or symptoms related to gastrointestinal upset, including indigestion, cramping, and gas.
Catnip tea can stimulate uterine contractions, which can help women or girls with delayed menstruation get their periods. It may also help promote evacuations of the placenta following childbirth.
You should not drink catnip tea if you’re pregnant, as it can cause uterine contractions that may result in premature labor
Catnip can act as a diuretic, increasing urination and thus decreasing water retention. This could help in the treatment of a number of different conditions.
Catnip tea has historically been used to treat issues like arthritis, coughs, hives, fevers, and viruses.
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