Catnip, a member of the mint family, grows on banks and waste places in northern temperate regions around the world. It 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. It contains iron, selenium, potassium, manganese and chromium and moderate amounts of other minerals and vitamins.
Two capsules with meals three times daily.