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Plant Details

Accepted name: 
Nepeta cataria L. [Lamiaceae]
Source of taxonomy and confidence: 
World Checklist ( Three stars out of three )
Information about this plant: 
Non-scientific name: Class of name: Medicinal source:
badranj boya Other Indian Med. Pl. Database (TDU, 2020)
badranjboya Other Demand & Supply of Med. Pl. in India (Ved et al., 2008)
cat s-play Other Indian Med. Pl. Database (TDU, 2020)
cataire Other GRIN Report: World Economic Plants (Wiersema, 1999)
ISO 4720:2009 Essential oils: Nomenclature (2009)
Les Plantes Arom. et Med. (Bremness, 1996)
Med. Pl. of the World (Wyk & Wink, 2004)
World Economic Plants (Wiersema et al., 2013)
cataire (herbe aux chats) Other Les Plantes Méd. de la Pharmacopée: Liste A (2000)
cataria Other Indian Med. Pl. Database (TDU, 2020)
U.S. Homeopathic Pharmacopoeia (HPUS, 2009)
WHODrug Herbal Substances (WHO-UMC, 2019)
catmint Other GRIN Report: World Economic Plants (Wiersema, 1999)
Herbs of Commerce (McGuffin et al., 2000)
Indian Med. Pl. Database (TDU, 2020)
Timber Press Plant Names (Erhardt et al., 2009)
U.S. FDA Substance Registration System (2016)
U.S. Homeopathic Pharmacopoeia (HPUS, 2009)
WHODrug Herbal Substances (WHO-UMC, 2019)
World Economic Plants (Wiersema et al., 2013)
catnep Other Indian Med. Pl. Database (TDU, 2020)
Med. Pl. of the World (Wyk & Wink, 2004)
U.S. Homeopathic Pharmacopoeia (HPUS, 2009)
WHODrug Herbal Substances (WHO-UMC, 2019)
catnip Other GRIN Report: World Economic Plants (Wiersema, 1999)
Herbs of Commerce (McGuffin et al., 2000)
Indian Med. Pl. Database (TDU, 2020)
Med. Pl. of the World (Wyk & Wink, 2004)
Native American Ethnobotany (Moerman, 1998)
Timber Press Plant Names (Erhardt et al., 2009)
U.S. FDA Substance Registration System (2016)
U.S. Homeopathic Pharmacopoeia (HPUS, 2009)
WHODrug Herbal Substances (WHO-UMC, 2019)
World Economic Plants (Wiersema et al., 2013)
catnip catmint Other ISO 4720:2009 Essential oils: Nomenclature (2009)
catswort Other U.S. FDA Substance Registration System (2016)
chikuma-hakka Other GRIN Report: World Economic Plants (Wiersema, 1999)
erba de gatta Other World Economic Plants (Wiersema et al., 2013)
erba-de-gatta Other GRIN Report: World Economic Plants (Wiersema, 1999)
erva-gateira Other GRIN Report: World Economic Plants (Wiersema, 1999)
gewöhnliche katzenminze Other GRIN Report: World Economic Plants (Wiersema, 1999)
herbe aux chats Other Med. Pl. of the World (Wyk & Wink, 2004)
hierba gatera Other Archivos de Flora Iberica (Morales et al., 1996)
GRIN Report: World Economic Plants (Wiersema, 1999)
Plants of Econ. Importance (FAO, 1983)
World Economic Plants (Wiersema et al., 2013)
inu-hakka Other GRIN Report: World Economic Plants (Wiersema, 1999)
jia jing jie Other Herbs of Commerce (McGuffin et al., 2000)
U.S. FDA Substance Registration System (2016)
jing jie Other GRIN Report: World Economic Plants (Wiersema, 1999)
jingjie Other Med. Pls. Used by Maonan People in China. (Hong et l., 2015)
Trad. Med. in Dali Prefecture, SW China. (Zhang et al., 2014)
kattmynta Other GRIN Report: World Economic Plants (Wiersema, 1999)
katzenminze Other GRIN Report: World Economic Plants (Wiersema, 1999)
Kräuter Gewürze und Heilpflanzen (Bremness, 1994)
Med. Pl. of the World (Wyk & Wink, 2004)
Timber Press Plant Names (Erhardt et al., 2009)
World Economic Plants (Wiersema et al., 2013)
kotovnik košačij Other GRIN Report: World Economic Plants (Wiersema, 1999)
macina trava Other Native Med. Plants of Mt. Rtanj (Zlatković, 2014)
menta de gato Other Archivos de Flora Iberica (Morales et al., 1996)
GRIN Report: World Economic Plants (Wiersema, 1999)
World Economic Plants (Wiersema et al., 2013)
menthe des chats Other GRIN Report: World Economic Plants (Wiersema, 1999)
Les Plantes Arom. et Med. (Bremness, 1996)
World Economic Plants (Wiersema et al., 2013)
nepeta Other Med. Pl. of the World (Wyk & Wink, 2004)
nepeta cataria Other U.S. FDA Substance Registration System (2016)
U.S. Homeopathic Pharmacopoeia (HPUS, 2009)
nepetae catariae herba Pharmaceutical Med. Pl. of the World (Wyk & Wink, 2004)
荆芥 Other Med. Pls. Used by Maonan People in China. (Hong et l., 2015)
Trad. Med. in Dali Prefecture, SW China. (Zhang et al., 2014)