Catnip for Tea, Collection and Brewing!!

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Introduction: Catnip for Tea, Collection and Brewing!!

About: I am just a person who loves doing crazy and fun things... I always love to try to innovate when I can, and share any new discoveries I find... That is why I have recently started recording my shenanigans ...

The first video above will talk about how I find and identify catnip, while the one below that talks about and shows how I go about brewing it into a delicious herbal tea!!

Thanks for watching and if you have any questions please feel free to drop me a comment!

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    Have you considered distilling catnip especially with a Soxhlex extractor or regular distill. I have distill this before to repel insects. Also I have tried putting catnip leaves with lemon juice and soy oil.

    Remember never eat any plants you can not positively identify, Stinging nettle also looks similar to mint and though it does serve many uses in itself. Chewing on it's leafs could end in a bad way!!