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 Medical Herbs and Their Uses

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PostSubject: Medical Herbs and Their Uses   Medical Herbs and Their Uses Icon_minitimeTue Jul 02, 2013 12:12 pm

Alder BarkDamp bark from the alder tree.Boggy areas.Chewed.Eases toothaches.
Beech LeavesBroad leaves that can be serrated.Dry soil.Used to carry herbs.Stores and binds herbs.
BindweedArrow-head shaped leaves with pale flowers.Almost everywhere.Fastens splints.Keeps splints in place.
Blackberry LeavesPrickly leaves from blackberry bushes.Almost everywhere.Chewed into pulp.Eases swelling from bee stings.
Borage LeavesHairy leaves on star shaped blue or pink flowers.Forested areas.Chewed and eaten.Produces milk and eases fevers.
Burdock RootRoot of tall thistle with dark leaves.Dry areas.Chewed into pulp.Heals rat bites.
BurnetOval-shaped serrated leaves with clusters of flowers.Dry, grassy meadows.Eaten.Gives stamina and slows minor bleeding.
CatchweedSmall green burrs on tall stems.Low shrubs and vegetation.Placed in fur.Prevents poultice from being rubbed away.
CatmintLeafy and strong smelling plant.Twoleg gardens.Eaten.Treats greencough and whitecough.
CelandineYellow flower.Forested and wet areas.Chewed juice trickled into eye.Soothes damaged eyes.
ChamomileWhite flowers with yellow centers.Twoleg gardens.Eaten.Increases concentration and strength.
ChervilLarge leafy fern-like leaves with white flowers.Among rocks and crevices.Chewed for juices.Infected wounds, bellyache, and to ease the pain of kitting.
ChickweedFat almond-shaped leaves on tall stem.Among rocks and crevices.Chewed and eaten.Treats greencough.
Chicory RootsBlue flowers and long jagged leaves. Has thick taproot.Sandy soils in sunny places.Chewed and eaten.Eases hunger pangs.
Cob NutsSmooth brown nut.Near hazel trees.Ground into ointments.Eases pain in small scratches.
CobwebsTangled threads of spiderwebs.Everywhere.Pressed over wounds.Stops bleeding and binds broken bones.
ColtsfootPlant with yellow or white flowers.Wet areas.Chewed into pulp.Eases breathing, treats kittencough, and soothes cracked pads.
Comfrey RootRoot of plant with broad leaves and small bell-shaped flowers.Damp grassy areas.Chewed into poultice.Helps heal broken bones, soothes wounds, treats wretched claws, and soothes stiff joints.
Daisy LeafWhite flower with thick dark green leaves.Almost everywhere.Chewed into paste and applied to stiff joints.Soothes aching joints.
DandelionFlowering plant with yellow flowers.Almost everywhere.Chewed for juices and applied to stings.Soothes bee stings.
DockLarge-leafed plant.Leafy areas.Chewed into pulp and applied to scratches.Soothes scratches and sore pads.
FennelThin spiky leaves.Near water on dry soil.Stalks broken and juices poured into mouth.Treats hip pain.
FeverfewShrub with daisy-like flowers.Near water.Eaten.Reduces temperature, heals aching.
GoldenrodTall plant with small yellow flowers.Grassy open areas.Chewed into poultice.Heals open wounds.
Heather NectarNectar in bell-shaped purple flowers.Shady areas.Put in herbal mixtures.Sweetens mixtures and makes swallowing easier.
HoneyGolden colored liquid.Honeycombs and hives.Swallowed.Soothes infections and sore throats, makes swallowing easier, soothes coughing, and gives energy.
HorsetailTall stemmed plant with bristles.Marshy areas.Chewed into poultice.Treats infections and stops bleeding.
Ivy LeafLeaves from ivy vines.Forested areas.Used to store herbs.Stores and binds herbs.
Juniper BerriesPurple-blue berries from the juniper bush.Dry areas.Chewed and eaten.Soothes bellyaches, gives strength, eases breathing, and calms the mind.
Lamb's EarSoft and fuzzy green plant.Rocky areas.Chewed.Gives stamina.
LavenderPurple flowering plant.Twoleg gardens and sandy areas.Chewed.Cures fever and chills.
Mallow LeavesLarge fuzzy leaves from flowering shrub.Near water.Eaten.Soothes bellyache.
MarigoldLow-growing yellow flower.Near water.Petals chewed into poultice.Treats infection, stops bleeding, and soothes stiff joints.
MintSoft serrated leaves with white and purple flowers.Forested areas.Rubbed on fur.Masks scents.
Mouse BileFoul yellow-brown substance.Mice.Dabbed on fur.Gets rid of ticks and fleas.
Oak LeafBroad ruffled leaves from the oak tree.Forested areas.Chewed into poultice.Prevents infection.
ParacressFlowering plant with yellow-red flower.Sunny locations.Chewed into poultice or eaten.Localised numbing and soothes tooth aches.
ParsleyPlant with crinkled ragged leaves.Moist soil.Eaten.Stops the production of milk in queens and soothes bellyaches.
Poppy SeedsSmall black seeds of the poppy flower.Forest floor and poppy flowers.Chewed and swallowed.Induces fatigue, soothes shock, and eases pain.
Ragwort LeavesTall shrub with yellow flowers.Cool wet areas.Crushed and chewed or included in herbal mixtures.Gives strength and soothes aching joints.
RagweedRagged-leaved plants that resemble ferns.Rocky areas.Chewed.Gives strength.
Raspberry LeavesSoft but jagged leaves of the raspberry bush.Rocky areas.Chewed.Soothes pain and stops bleeding during kitting.
RosemaryTall plants with needle-like leaves and purple flowers.Leafy areas.Rubbed on pelt.Masks scents.
RushStalks with long narrow leaves.Near water.Wrapped around broken limbs.Binds and helps heal broken bones.
SnakerootPlants with small clusters of white flowers.Warm areas.Chewed and eaten.Cures poison.
SorrelLarge-leafed plant.Twoleg gardens.Eaten.Gives strength, quench thirst, and soothes aching joints.
SticksThin wooden protrusions from trees.Forested areas.Bitten by cats in intense pain and used as splints.Helps with pain and keeps broken bones in place.
Stinging NettleTall-stemmed plant with jagged fuzzy leaves. There are small hairs on the leaves that give off a stinging sensation when touched.Forested areas.Seeds are swallowed. Leaves can be chewed into poultice.Induces vomiting, brings down swelling, and can be included in herbal mixtures to heal broken bones.
Sweet-SedgeThick green stem with long buds at the top.Wet areas.One must swallow the sap.Eases infection.
TansyPlant with round yellow leaves.Forested areas and Twoleg gardens.Eaten in small doses.Cures coughs, wounds, and poisons. Can also prevent greencough and soothe sore throats.
TormentilThin plant with yellow flowers.Cool areas and Twoleg gardens.Chewed into poultice.Treats injuries. Its root can be used to extract venom.
ThymeSmall delicate plants with thin sticky leaves.Warm areas.Chewed.Soothes the mind.
WatermintGreen leafy plant.Near water.Chewed into pulp.Soothes bellyaches.
Wild GarlicStrong smelling grassy plant.Leafy areas.Rubbed on pelt.Prevents infection.
Willow BarkBark of the willow tree.Cold and wet areas.Ground up and included in herbal mixtures.Eases pain.
Willow LeavesThin, long leaves of the willow tree.Cold and wet areas.Eaten.Prevents vomiting.
WintergreenLeafy plant with distinctive bright red berries.Forested and rocky areas.Chewed into pulp.Heals wounds and poison.
YarrowThin flowering plant with white flowers.Rocky areas.Chewed into poultice and sometimes eaten.Extracts poison and heals cracked pads. Will induce vomiting if eaten.
DeathberriesRed berries from the dark-leaved yew bush.Rocky areas.Eaten.Will kill any cat within minutes.
Foxglove SeedsTiny black seeds from the bell-shaped foxglove plant.Almost everywhere.Eaten.Used to treat the heart, but can easily cause paralysis and heart failure.
Holly BerriesRed berries from the spiny-leaved holly plant.Forested areas.Eaten.Harmful berries with no medicinal value. Can kill kits.
Deadly NightshadeShiny black berries from a small shrub with bell-shaped flowers.Moist and shady areas.Eaten.Peacefully kills cats.
Water HemlockPlant with clusters of white flowers.Marshy areas.Eaten.Will cause violent convulsing and foaming at the mouth, and soon after death.
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