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    I love catnip tea rinse.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Blueta View Post
    I love catnip tea rinse.
    Great to hear! I consider mine to be a treatment though. A rinse to me is pour through and rinse off right away.

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    Quote Originally Posted by ktani View Post
    Great to hear! I consider mine to be a treatment though. A rinse to me is pour through and rinse off right away.
    I leave it in.... that works for me

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    Quote Originally Posted by Blueta View Post
    I leave it in.... that works for me
    Ah, cool. However it works for you as long as you are happy with it. I never liked it left in. Different strokes.

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    Quote Originally Posted by ktani View Post
    It can. That is what I am working out. I can also be problematic. I am trying to regain the perfect balance for me. I overshot the goal, lol. I got too much moisture and the result was knotting. I am in the process of starting from 4 hours and not going to 7, which still caused a problem.
    We try so hard to get/keep our hair moisturized that it is rather a shock when it becomes over-moisturized, isn't it? At least, it is for me. Most of the time I'm working at getting moisture in, not keeping it out!
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    Quote Originally Posted by PrincessFurball View Post
    We try so hard to get/keep our hair moisturized that it is rather a shock when it becomes over-moisturized, isn't it? At least, it is for me. Most of the time I'm working at getting moisture in, not keeping it out!
    I know. It was the last thing I expected. So now I am taking the brew time down and not quite starting over but seeing what I prefer. I have beeen debating the timing for the tea brewing as I write this. 4.5 or 5 hours, lol. I do not want 6. I think 5.

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    Default Re: Catnip for split ends?

    I figured somewhere on this thread it may have been mentioned about refrigorating catnip I keep mine (For my cats) in a cool cupboard, so it doesn't seem to lose it's effectiveness for them. Again, I use dry stuff for the kitties
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    Quote Originally Posted by Darkhorse1 View Post
    I figured somewhere on this thread it may have been mentioned about refrigorating catnip I keep mine (For my cats) in a cool cupboard, so it doesn't seem to lose it's effectiveness for them. Again, I use dry stuff for the kitties
    That is exactly how I store mine. It works well.

    You mentioned it here, http://forums.longhaircommunity.com/...postcount=1957

    and I replied here, http://forums.longhaircommunity.com/...postcount=1958

    It has been mentioned before too, about freezing.
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    I have what may be a silly question, and I apologize if it has already been answered:

    Do any of you have cats who have shown an increased interest in your hair after doing this? I'm a little worried my kitty will attack my head!

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    Default Re: Catnip for split ends?

    Quote Originally Posted by linda g View Post
    Do any of you have cats who have shown an increased interest in your hair after doing this? I'm a little worried my kitty will attack my head!
    Mine tried to chew my hair before the treatment so I am not sure it's made any difference.. but he hasn't attacked my head or anything.. lol

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