A member of the mint family- grows on banks and waste places in northern temperate regions around the world. Catnip is so named because of the peculiar behavior of cats when they get a whiff of this feline favorite. It doesn’t cause such behavior in humans but- like many botanicals- it has many excellent nutritional properties. Catnip contains iron- selenium- potassium- manganese and chromium and moderate amounts of other minerals and vitamins.
Each capsule contains 300 mg of Catnip. Take two capsules with meals three times daily. Stock No. 180-4. 100 capsules per bottle.