Hmm... that "cat pee" smell, could that be due to trace ammonia?
Never had an indoor cat so never really got familliar with cat urine as a distinct aroma, but I seem to recall that one of the reasons it smells so strongly is a high ammonia content.
One would think that the ammonia content in various samples of a herb would vary as to the locality in which the herb sample was grown. Sort of like how a Vidalia Onion won't taste exactly like it should if it wasn't grown in Vidalia GA (which has to do with the sulfur content of the soil).
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