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Mosspool
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PostSubject: Medicine Cat System   Medicine Cat System EmptyWed Mar 07, 2018 11:59 am

HerbClimateEffect
Alder BarkRivers, Swampy areasChewed for toothaches
Beech NutsDeep moist soilNuts used to attract prey
Beech LeavesDeep moist soilBinds herb bundles
BlindweedSemi-shaded areas.Stems to bind splints
Blackberry LeavesAnywherePoulticed for bee stings
BorageSoft moist soilChewed for fevers
Eaten for bellyaches, tight chest, milk production
Bright-eyeSunny and wooded areasUsed in poultices


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PostSubject: Herbs and Their Uses   Medicine Cat System EmptyFri Jun 01, 2018 2:38 pm

Herbs and Their Uses



Alder Bark

Eases a toothache.

Bindweed

Helps to bind sticks together in order to hold a broken limb in place.

Blackberry Leaves

Eases the pain of bee stings.

Borage

Helps queens to produce more milk, brings down fevers, soothes bellyache,
and relieves chest tightness.

Bright-Eye

Can be mixed with lovage to help cure coughs.

Broom

Assists in the healing of broken bones and wounds.

Burdock Root

Relieves the pain of rat bites, infected paws, and sores. Too much causes
bellyache.

Burnet

A traveling herb. Gives strengths to cats for travel and expecting queens.

Catchweed

Used to keep poultices from being rubbed off.

Catmint

Can cure greencough and whitecough.

Celandine

Soothes weakened or damaged eyes.

Chamomile

Calms the mind and strengthens the heart. Can be used to strengthen cats
for travel.

Chervil

For infected wounds and bellyache. Also can be used to assist during
kitting.

Chickweed

Treats greencough.

Cobwebs

Stops or slows the flow of bleeding. Helps to bind up broken bones.

Coltsfoot

Eases breathing and soothes cracked pads.
Comfrey Root 
Basically magic. Repairs broken bones, soothes wounds, helps with
wrenched claws, and helps reduce itching. Can reduce inflammation of joints,
stiffness of wrenched shoulders, and for treating burns. 

Daisy Leaf

Traveling herb. Helps with the pain of aching joints.

Dandelion

A painkiller. Thought to soothe and heal bee stings.

Dock

Put in nests to ease pain of wounds. Soothes scratches and sore pads.

Elder Leaves

Soothes sprains.

Fennel

For hip pain.

Feverfew

Surprisingly reduces fever. Heals aches and pains. Great for curing headaches.

Goatweed

Eases grief.

Goldenrod

Good for healing wounds.

Hawkweed

Soothes greencough and whitecough. Less effective than catmint.

Heather Nectar

Makes swallowing easier and sweetens mixtures.

Honey

Soothes infections, sore throats, and coughing. Can help cats swallow and
give energy.

Horsetail

Treats infection and stops bleeding.

Juniper Berries

Lessens bellyache, gives strength and helps with troubled breathing. Calms
cats as well.

Lamb's Ear

Gives strength.

Lavender

Cures fever and chills. Can be used to calm cats. Also hides the scent of
death.

Lovage

Mixed with Bright-Eye to cure coughs.

Lungwort

Cures yellowcough.

Mallow Leaves

Soothes bellyaches.

Marigold

Stops infection, stops bleeding and used for inflammation of stiff joints.

Mint

Used with lavender to hide the scent of death.

Mouse Bile

Causes ticks to release from a cat's pelt. Mostly used for elders.

Oak Leaf

When dried, helps to stop the onset of infection.

Parsley

Stops a queen from producing milk. Also cures bellyache.

Poppy Seeds

Helps cats to sleep, soothes shock or distress, and eases pain.

Ragwort Leaves

Treats aching joints and helps to keep up strength.

Ragwort

Gives strength and energy.

Raspberry Leaves

Eases pain or stops bleeding.

Rosemary

Hides the scent of death. Often used with mint and lavender.

Rush

Holds broken limbs in place.

Sorrel

Traveling herb. Can be used to help build up an appetite.

Stick

Used for cats to bite down on to distract from pain.

Stinging Nettle

Brings down swelling, heals broken bones, and fights infection.
Induces vomiting in certain quantities.

Sweet Sedge

Eases infection.

Tansy

Cures coughs, wounds, and poisoning. Prevents greencough and soothes
throats.

Tormentil

Good for treating all wounds and extracting poison.

Thyme

Calms nervousness, anxiety, and shock.

Watermint

Eases the pain of bellyache.

Wild Garlic

For seasoning prey. Draws out poison in rat bites and prevents infection.

Willow Bark

Eases pain.

Willow Leaves

Stops vomiting.

Wintergreen

Treats wounds and some poisons.

Yarrow

Extracts poison from wounds. The ointment softens and heals cracked pads.
Induces the vomiting of toxins.

Known Poisons


Deathberries

Kills a cat within minutes when eaten.

Foxglove Seeds
 
Causes paralysis and heart failure.

Holly Berries

Similar to deathberries, but not as deadly. Only a real danger to kits.              

Deadly Nightshade

Kills a cat too quickly for there to be any prevention.

Water Hemlock

Causes writhing, pain, and foaming at the mouth.

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