Mine came a day earlier than expected, opened it up to see a much larger container than I expected. The stuff is definitely premium as the cat goes crazy over it and the smell is noticeable from a distance.
Wrap some inside a tissue and roll it into a ball, taped it closed, leave the ball of paper inside the container overnight, wake up in the morning and give to the cat for a whole lot of fun.
To the people who are interested.
Catnip is safe for cats to sniff and eat. The cat would normally sniff it, roll around in it and then eat it. When eaten, the herb acts as a sedative so expect your cat to be sleepy afterwards. It's strange how the herb gives a high when sniffed but knocks you out when eaten.
To people whose cats don't reacted.
The reaction to catnip is apparently an inherited thing, meaning only 2/3 of cats react to the stuff. So if your cat doesn't respond like you hoped, don't blame the product.
Isn't much more to say but a big thanks.