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Catnip Oil

Catnip Bubbles Made for pennies on the dollar! Supplies: Plastic container and bubble wand Water Organic detergent Catnip essential oil Steps: 1. Mix the water, detergent, and essential oil in the plastic bottle. Blow bubbles!

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How To Use Catnip on Humans

Learn how to use catnip on you--not your cat--because it's useful for people too! It has very positive effects on humans and is great for fever, colic, and more.

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Bake your cats some delicious homemade cat treats. All natural, tuna flavoured kitty treats are easy to make with just a few simple ingredients.

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7 tips to keep Mosquitos out of your garden this summer.

plants that repel misquitos

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Herbs 101: catnip for medicinal, magical and culinary use

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Crunchy Tuna Cat Treats 1 (5 ounce) can tuna, no salt added and packed in water, drained 1 cup oat flour* 1 large egg 1 tablespoon olive oil 1 heaping tablespoon dried catnip

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How and Why to grow Catnip for medicinal purposes, plus a catnip tea recipe. Anytime you want to settle down, de-stress, relax your body and muscles, calm your nerves, ease restlessness, or fight insomnia, catnip tea is great for all of the above. For children, catnip is wonderful for treating colic, teething, hyperactivity, ADHD, or trouble getting to sleep.

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I walk in my gardens on a July evening, admiring the lush green that abounds in midsummer. The bee balm is chest high and near blooming, the lavender, catnip, and oregano are in full flower; the sage, rosemary, thyme, and basil are growing tender new leaves almost daily; and the peppermint and lemon balm are spreading prodigiously.

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