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Common Herb List

Post by Zeeke on Sat Sep 12, 2015 11:47 pm

Herb List


Alder Bark: Bark from an alder tree is good for healing toothaches.

Blackberry Leaves: This herb is good for bee stings.

Borage Leaves: This herb is used to treat fevers. It also helps nursing queens bring up their milk supply.

Burdock Root: This herb is used to treat infections, and is especially good for rat bites.

Catmint (also called catnip): This herb is good for treating whitecough and greencough.

Celandine: This herb is used to ease pain. It can also be used to treat injuries of the eyes.

Chamomile: This herb is used to calm a cat in the case of a nervous breakdown or severe shock.

Chervil: This herb is used to treat bellyache.

Chervil Root: This herb is used to keep away and treat infections.

Chickweed: This herb can be used as another treatment for greencough.

Coltsfoot: This herb can be used as another treatment for whitecough. It can also be used to ease a sick cat's breathing.

Comfrey: This herb is used to put broken bone on the right path for mending.

Daisy Leaves: This herb is used to soothe aching joints.

Dandelion Leaves: This is another herb used to calm a cat in the event of a nervous breakdown or severe shock.

Dock Leaves: This herb is used to treat nettle stings. Its juices are also good for soothing sore paw pads.

Elder Leaves: This herb can be used to help treat sprains.

Feverfew: This herb is used to cool feverish cats and treat headaches.

Goldenrod: This herb is used in poultices to treat aching joints and stiffness. It can also be used to treat severe injuries.

Goosegrass: This herb is used to stop bleeding from a wound.

Horsetail: This herb is used to treat infected wounds.

Juniper Berries: This is another herb used to treat bellyache. It can also be used to calm a cat in the event of a nervous breakdown or severe shock.

Lavender: This herb is used to treat coughs and fevers. It can also be used to calm a cat in the event of a nervous breakdwn or severe shock.

Mallow: This herb is used to fight infection. It can also be used to treat bee or wasp stings.

Marigold: This herb is used to keep wounds from getting infected. It can also heal sores.

Nettle Leaves: This herb is used to keep down the swelling of a wound.

Nettle Seeds: This seed is used to counter the effects of weak poisons.

Oak Leaves: This herb is used to stop bleeding from a wound and to fight infection.

Parsley: This herb is used to stop the initial flow of milk in nursing queen. (After kits feed, a queen's milk still flows, and this herb is used to dry it up so it can be saved for later.)

Poppy Seeds: This seed is used to numb pain and help a cat sleep. Avoid using on queens.

Ragwort Leaves: This is another herb used to treat aching joints.

Raspberry Leaves: This herb is used to ease pain during a queen's kitting.

Snake Root: This herb is used to counter the effects of poison.

Tansy: This herb is used to treat coughs. It can also be used to heal wounds.

Thyme: Yet another herb used to calm a cat in the event of a nervous breakdown or severe shock.

Traveling Herbs: These herbs are eaten by cats before making long journeys, such as ones to the RedRock. They keep away the pangs of hunger and give a cat strength.

Watermint: This is another herb used to treat bellyache.

Yarrow: This herb is used to make a cat vomit. This action expels poisons from the body.
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