Nepeta


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Nepeta

a genus of plants in the family Labiatae.

Nepeta hederacea
causes pulmonary edema and enteritis in horses. Called also Glechoma hederacea, ground ivy.
Nepeta cataria
see catnip.
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Nepeta dschuparensis Bornm Extract Moderates COX-2 and IL-1[beta] Proteins in a Rat Model of Cerebral Ischemia.
Repellent activity of catmint, Nepeta cataria, and iridoid nepetalactone isomers against Afro-tropical mosquitoes, ixodid ticks and red poultry mites.
Keywords: Nepeta praetervisa, Total phenolic contents, Antioxidant activity, Urease inhibition activity.
Studies conducted on Nepeta persica have demonstrated its anxiolytic effects (Rabbani 2008).
Palabras claves: peperina, Minthostachys mollis, Calaminthanepeta subsp, nepeta
The effect of Nepeta cataria extract on adherence and enzyme production of Staphylococcus aureus.
As a clean-living pop singer, my drugs kick is lived vicariously through Hector's predilection for Nepeta cataria, which makes him try to adorably chew his leg.
Look for open gardens which house a National Collection of specific plants, from acer and agapanthus to dahlia, nepeta, hosta and penstemon.
Cottage garden favourites - nepeta, anthemis, crocosmia, euphorbia, penstemon, bearded iris, gladioli, asphodels and verbena will work well.
The typically Corsican cheese called Brocciu never leaves the island and as for a herb called nepeta - well, what's that when it's at home?
At the front of the border you could have dwarf lavender, Sedum spectabile, lamb's ears and ornamental grass such as stipa tenuissima, while middle-sized drought-resistant plants include Echinacea purpurea 'Magnus', Erysimum 'Bowles's Mauve' (wallflower), Russian sage and Nepeta 'Six Hills Giant' (catmint).