The first two people to purchase my organic home grown catnip recently received their packages and left some great feedback. Their cats were VERY happy with the quality of the catnip! In fact, I may have to start putting warning labels on the bags- LOL! Dori, of SassyClayCreations said, "Thank you so much for the catnip. Dean hardly got in the door with it before the kitties were all over him. They could smell it and were hollering to get it open. When we finally got it opened, they were so excited, it took a long time for them to calm down. It smells great too. Thank you for the little bags too. I put some in each of them and the girls love them. They are hauling them all over the place and they sleep on them." I've heard of this type of reaction a few times before with my catnip and catnip toys. I've been making the toys as gifts for several years, and if the owners tried to hide the gifts from the cats, chaos ensued! I gave my friend's cat a toy more than 5 years ago and he STILL plays with it (vigorously). No matter how well I wrap it, cats WILL find the catnip! This is some very potent stuff, and cats will do just about anything to get it! I include free refillable catnip sacks for the cats to play with too. Star, of Coltpixy, said "Fast shipping, great communication and fabulous product!
luv and purrrrs from:
Angel, Madeline, Rico, Chester and Emily".
I just love making cats happy! Star even sent me a link that showed me how to make catnip tea, something I had never heard of before. It sounds very good though, and is supposed to promote relaxation and sleep. Catnip tea also helps alleviate pain caused due to menstrual cramping. Strong catnip tea can help in reduce the pain from migraines. It also helps ease flu symptoms, such as fever and sore throat. You can use strong catnip tea for nasal decongestion. I'll certainly have to try making some if this tea (maybe it will help my back)! Here's the link to the full article, for anyone who's interested in making their own catnip tea: http://catniptea.org/.
I'm trying to harvest and dry enough catnip to make it through the winter. I've got a good, productive crop this year, and will sell as much as I can. Once your cats get a taste of this, they'll want more! My catnip toys are stuffed with the same enticing catnip as well- sure to make Kitty go wild!
Thanks for dropping by!
-Michelle of CreativeCritters