Looking to spice up your cat’s life with catnip? Are you looking for a true 100% organic, fresh, potent, and long-lasting catnip?
Unlike most commercially available catnip, which is grown in China, Momma Knows Best® Organic Captivating Catnip is grown in US soil, free of heavy metals (common in non USDA-certified organic catnip), and comes thoughtfully packed for both convenience as well as preservation.
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Because of its potency and freshness, MKB Organics catnip lasts longer than chemically grown alternatives, so you only need to give your cats very small amounts at a time.
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MOMMA KNOWS BEST® ORGANIC CATNIP KEY BENEFITS
BETTER FOR YOUR CAT
Did you know that “made in the US” catnip is not the same as “grown in the US” catnip? Treat your kitty to a 100% safe and natural catnip fun time. Momma Knows Best® captivating catnip is grown in the US and is USDA certified organic.
BETTER FOR YOUR YOU
Reduce your family’s exposure to heavy metals common in imported catnip aka “made in the US” catnip. Momma Knows Best® US-grown Captivating catnip is 100% free of heavy metals.
BETTER FOR THE PLANET
Momma Knows Best® USDA Certified organic seal evidences that no synthetic fertilizers or pesticides were used to grow our catnip. This means clean rivers, lakes, and happy healthy fauna.
Whether you want to sprinkle some fresh catnip on your kitty’s bed or pour it in a toy, Momma Knows Best® captivating catnip comes equipped with a dual opening applicator.
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✔️ Quality you can trust ✔️ The USDA organic seal is an official mark of the USDA Agricultural Marketing Service (AMS ) ✔️ USDA organic crops are certified to have grown in soil that had no prohibited substances applied for three years prior to harvest ✔️ Prohibited substances include most synthetic fertilizers and pesticides ✔️ The USDA organic seal is protected by federal regulation ✔️ The USDA organic seal may never be used to misrepresent non-organically produced products as organic
"Organic" is not the same as "USDA Organic". Did you know that if it's not USDA certified organic it may not even be organic at all?
Top Uses of Catnip - Nepeta Cataria
✔️ Add catnip to an old sock for a fun inexpensive toy. ✔️ Rub catnip into your cat’s scratching post to encourage scratching where you want it and not on your couch. ✔️ Place catnip in toys to promote active play and exercise. ✔️ Sprinkle on cat tree to encourage use. ✔️ Sprinkle catnip in a new environment to encourage shy cats to be comfortable and help cat-to-cat introductions go smoothly. ✔️ Use catnip in the carrier to reduce anxiety and create a sedative state during car trips. ✔️ Rub old toys in catnip to refresh smell. ✔️ Sprinkle on food to encourage eating.
Catnip is an herb from the mint family that contains an active compound called nepetalactone. When cats smell or consume catnip, their sensory receptors get stimulated. A range of behaviors get triggered, from increased playfulness, to rolling, and rubbing.
Yes, catnip is generally safe for cats to consume in small amounts. However, it's important to provide moderation and monitor your cat's response. Some cats may become overstimulated, so it's best to observe their behavior and adjust accordingly. To avoid exposure to harsh chemicals and heavy metals, always look for organic catnip grown in the USA.
The effects of catnip typically last for about 10 to 15 minutes, after which cats may lose interest. It's recommended to give your cat a break of at least an hour before offering catnip again to allow their sensitivity to reset.
No, not all cats respond to catnip. In fact, sensitivity to catnip is hereditary, and it's estimated that about 50-75% of cats exhibit a response to catnip. If your cat doesn't seem affected by catnip, it's completely normal and doesn't indicate any health issues.
Truly certified organic catnip grown in the USA is considered safe for cats, and side effects are typically mild. Some cats may become more excitable or exhibit increased vocalization, but these effects are temporary. However, it's recommended to avoid giving catnip to cats with certain medical conditions or under veterinary supervision.
Kittens under the age of three to six months generally do not exhibit a response to catnip. It's only as they mature and reach sexual maturity that cats develop sensitivity to catnip. Until then, they will likely show no reaction.
Catnip can be offered to cats in various forms, such as dried catnip leaves, catnip-infused toys, or sprays. Sprinkle a small amount of dried catnip on scratching posts or toys or offer toys that contain catnip for your cat to interact with.
Cats cannot become physically addicted to catnip. The effects of catnip are temporary and wear off quickly. However, cats may develop a preference for catnip and show excitement when it's offered, but this is not an addiction in the same way humans experience it.
Yes, there are alternatives to catnip for cats that do not respond to it. Some cats may show similar reactions to other plants like silver vine or valerian root. Experiment with different plants or consult with your veterinarian for alternative suggestions.
While catnip generally has a stimulating effect on cats, it can also have a calming effect on some individuals. However, not all cats respond this way, and it's important to monitor your cat's behavior to ensure it doesn't exacerbate their anxiety.