Organic Catnip with Silvervine, USA Grown, Leaf and Flower Premium Blend (15 Grams)
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PREMIUM BLEND: Organic catnip leaves, flowers and silver vine blend will give your cats a better long lasting experience. Not all cats react to silvervine or catnip equally so we created the best of both worlds to maximize your cats experience! Munchiecat's premium leaf and flower cut gives you minimal stems and seeds and more of the essential oils that cause a reaction in most cats.
WHAT IS SILVERVINE: Silver vine is a climbing plant that grows in the mountains of China and Japan. It contains actinide and other active compounds similar in structure to nepetalactone, the chemical responsible for frisk-inducing effects on felines.
PET SAFE: Safely stimulates cats of all ages. Expect energetic play behaviors like jumping, rolling, running, flipping, and rubbing, followed by a low-key period of relaxation. 100% safe and non-toxic. A healthy way for your cat to play. Redirect destructive behavior like scratching on furniture.
USA GROWN, 100% ORGANIC CATNIP: Planted and grown in the USA. Expertly harvested during season's peak, ensuring highest plant quality for potent essential oil.
SUGGESTED USE: Catnip and silvervine can safely be given every other day, however, effectiveness wears off with constant exposure. Your cat will need a "reset" period away from the catnip in order to experience a stronger reaction again.
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