A List of Herbs

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A List of Herbs

Post by Caebae on Sun Apr 26, 2015 5:19 pm

Alder Bark
Located: On Alder Trees; Boggy areas.
Looks like: Grey bark.
The uses: Eases tooth and jaw pains.
How to use: Chew on bark.

Located: Moors
Looks like: Big fluffy pink flowers, small leaves.
The uses: Stops tooth decay
How to use: Chew up flowers and press them onto sore tooth with tongue.

Aloe Vera is an amazingly rare plant, it is unknown where it grows
Looks like: Long thick leaves with small spikes on them.
The uses: Can cure burns, and skin problems.
How to use: Open the leaves and squeeze the gel onto the skin problem/burn

Beech Leaves are found on a beech tree.
Looks like: Large leaf with crinkly edges.
The uses: Used to carry other herbs in them.
How to use: Wrap around herb bundle, and carry.

Borage grows commonly all year round.
Looks like: Small blue and white flowers, with fuzzy purplish leaves and stems.
The uses: Helps queens produce better milk and soothe fevers.
How to use: Chew up and swallow flowers.

Broom is easily recognised by its tall stems.
Looks like: Tall golden and green plant.
The uses: Repairs broken bones.
How to use: Wrapped around broken bones to hold them in place.

Blackberry leaves can be found anywhere, they grow in many locations.
Looks like: Small green leaves, has a slight fuzzy feel to them
The uses: Ease bee stings.
How to use: Chew up and apply to wound.

Burdock Root are normally found in very dry areas.
Looks like:  A thistle plant, with dark leaves.
The uses: Heals and/or relives pain of rat bites.
How to use: Wash the dirt from the roots off, then chew up and apply to wound

Burnet is usually found in dry grassy areas.
Looks like: Large oval leaves and frayed edges, stems grow rather high.
The uses: Keeps a cats strength up,  a travelling herb
How to use: Eat the leaves.

Catchweed is found under hedges.
Looks like:  tall fuzzy stem with even fuzzier small buds that stick to everything.
The uses: To hold poultices on a cats wound.
How to use: Apply onto a cats wound that has a poultice, it should keep the poultice on without irritating the cat.

Catmint is often grown only in two-legs gardens.
Looks like:  Long leafy delicious smelling plant, small flowers on it.
The uses: Best remedy for greencough and whitecough.
How to use: Eat it.

Celandine grows near lush, thick grass.
Looks like: Large yellow flower with four distinct petals
The uses: Soothes pain in damaged eyes, from infection or wounds.
How to use: Squeeze the juice form the petals into the patients eye.

Chamomile grows in two-leg gardens.
Looks like: A large daisy, large white petals and yellow centre
The uses: Help relax a cats mind and heart.
How to use: Chew up the petals and swallow.

Chickweed grows in forest areas.
Looks like: Tall plant with almond shaped leaves.
The uses: Helps treat greencough.
How to use: Eaten.

Chervil is found in forest like areas, often near other common weeds.
Looks like: Large lush green leaves, grows in large clumps, with white flowers
The uses:  Helps make kits move along quicker in kittings. Used also for bellyache and for infections.
How to use: Chew the leaves or root and suck the juice out.

Cobwebs are patted into place to stop bleeding and soak up blood from wounds. Rarely used to hold together broken bones.

Cobnuts are rarely found and even rarer in use.
Looks like: Smooth brown nut with a hard shell.
The uses: Used in ointments.
How to use: Smash them up.

Comfrey is found in rather damp places
Looks like: Large leaves, with small pretty flowers that can be white to purple. Roots are fat knobly and black.
The uses: Can be used for repairing broken bones, soothing wounds or stiff joints. Also used for itching and stiff joints.
How to use: Mix into a poultice

Coltsfoot grows near waterfalls and lakes
Looks like: Yellow and white flowers.
The uses: Chew up and spit onto paws
How to use: Helps soothe sore paw pads.

Daisy's grow almost anywhere.
Looks like: Thick green leaves, small white petals
The uses: A travelling herb, and soothes aching joints.
How to use: Chew and swallow.

Dandelions are found all over the place
Looks like: Large yellow and orange flowers, with long stems and dark green leaves
The uses: Applied to bee stings. Relives pain
How to use: Trickle the white liquid into the sting for relief. Dandelion leaves are chewed and used like pain killers.

Dock are found often near Dandelions and nettle patches. Most likely in leafy areas.
Looks like: Large, smooth green leaves.
The uses: Applied to sore scratches and paw pads
How to use: Chewed up and spat onto wounds or paw pads

Feverfew grows well near streams.
Looks like: looks like daisy's, but with softer, lighter leaves.
The uses: Stops temperatures, and pains.
How to use: Eat the leaves.

Fennel is found near riverbeds
Looks like: Long spiny leaves
The uses: Used to relive hip pain
How to use: break and squeeze juice into patients mouth.

Goldenrod is found a lot on moors
Looks like: very tall plant with yellow flowers.
The uses: good for wounds
How to use: Chewed into a poultice

Heathers grow in shady areas
Looks like: Bell shaped flowers in either blue or pink
The uses: Nectar is used to sweeten foul tasting herbs.
How to use: Rub nectar onto another herb

Horsetail is found in marshy areas
Looks like: Tall flesh like stalks, bristly leaves
The uses: Helps remove infections and stops bleeding.
How to use: Chew up and apply to wounds.

Honey is only retried if a cat is stupid/brave enough to mess with a bee hive.
Looks like: Golden, sap – looking.
The uses: Soothes throat, makes herbs taste better.
How to use: Swallow the sticky liquid.

Juniper Berries can be found growing in dry areas.
Looks like: Purplish blue round berries. The bush has spiked leaves.
The uses: Helps soothe belly aches and harsh breathing. Also calms cats.
How to use: Eat the berries

Lamb's ear is mostly found in mountains
Looks like: fuzzy green plant.
The uses: Gives a cat strength
How to use: Eat the plant.

Lavender is easily found in two-leg gardens.
Looks like: Stall thin stems, the pretty purple flowers.
The uses: Cures fevers. Also delays the smell of death
How to use:  Chew the flower and spit it out.

Mallow grows best near shores. Best collected at sun high when the leaves are dry.
Looks like: has a large flower. As well as three large leaves.
The uses: Stops bellyaches.
How to use: Eat them

Marigolds are found near the water
Looks like: Bright, golden flowers that grow near the ground
The uses: Stops infections, bleeding, and soothes stiff joints.
How to use: Petals and leaves are chewed up and either applied to wounds, or have the juice sucked out.

Mint grows in thick clumps in grassy areas, and two-leg gardens
Looks like: Big, fuzzy and crinkly leaves.
The uses: Stops the scent of death
How to use:Rub on the dead body.

Dried oak leaves, are found at Leaf-Fall only near oak trees.
Looks like: Round, ruffled edges
The uses: Stops infections setting in.
How to use: Chewed up and onto wound with cobwebs.

Parsley grows best in damp places that can get sun light.
Looks like: Long stemmed plant with ragged edged crinkly leaves.
The uses: Stops a Queens milk.
How to use: Eaten.

Poppies are easily located around many areas.
Looks like: Poppies are pretty red flowers, with long green stems. Poppy seeds are small, round and black.
The uses: Poppy seeds can put cats to sleep, stop shock, and ease pain.
How to use: Chew on the seeds.

Ragwort is able to grow with ease in many different areas.
Looks like: Tall plants with large leaves, that grow yellow flowers on top.
The uses: Can keep a cats strength up.
How to use: Crushed and chewed up. Goes well with Juniper Berries to get rid of the foul taste.

Ragweed is found in mountains.
Looks like: Ragged giant leaves.
The uses: Gives energy, just like Lamb's Ear
How to use: Chew up and take juices.

Raspberry Leaves are found on Raspberry bushes, they can grow anywhere that's warm.
Looks like: The leaves are soft, but have jagged edges.
The uses: The leaves work as a painkiller, and stops bleeding during a kitting.
How to use: Chew the leaves up.

Rosemary  is found if thick woodland areas.
Looks like: It is a tall plant, with needle like leaves and purple flowers.
The uses: Prepares a dead body for burying.
How to use: Smear it on the dead cats fur/

Rush grows well in damp areas.
Looks like: Very long, strong stems, very small leaves and small lavender like flowers.
The uses: Holds together broken bones.
How to use: Wrap around the broken area, best coupled with cobwebs.

Snakeroot is often found in warm areas.
Looks like: Thin dark green stems. Fuzzy white flowers.
The uses: Gets rid of poison.
How to use: Swallow or apply to wound.

Sorrel is found near two-leg areas.
Looks like: Looks like dock, with bigger leaves.
The uses: Stops hunger, a travelling herb.
How to use: Eat it.

Tormentil grows in cold areas, like mountains. Or in two-leg gardens.
Looks like: Small stems, and a small yellow flower. Large roots.
The uses:  Helps fix most wounds and extracts some poison
How to use: Chewed and slapped onto wound

Tansy is found all over grassy areas.
Looks like: Round yellow flowers. Soft leaves.
The uses: Stops cats catching Greencough. Cures coughs, stops wounds hurting. Helps against poison, and soothes throats.
How to use: Swallow the leaves and stems. Not the flower head.

Thyme is found most commonly in hot, sunny locations.
Looks like: tall stem, small, thin leaves that stick up. White flowers on top.
The uses: Similar to Poppyseeds, it treats cats in shock, or those who can't sleep.
How to use: Swallow the flowers. Swallowed easier with honey, or juniper berries.

Water Mint is often found in, or around streams
Looks like: Very leafy plant, big purple fuzzy flower on top
The uses: Stops majority of the pain from Bellyaches
How to use: Suck the juice out of the leaves.

Wild Garlic is rarely found.
Looks like: Long leafy stems. White base.
The uses: Helps cure bites, mainly rat bites.
How to use: Roll in it.

Willow bark, is often greyish brown in colour.
Looks like: Bark on a tree.
The uses: Eases pain
How to use: Chew on it.

Wintergreen is easily recognised by its bright red berries. Often found on mountains.
Looks like: Big dark green bush with smooth small leaves, and red berries
The uses: Stops wounds getting infected, and slows poisons from taking affect.
How to use: Chew the berries up in a poultice and put it on the wound.

Yarrow is a common plant, found near rocks.
Looks like: Tall plat with white or pinkish flowers.
The uses: Makes cats vomit up poison. Also applied to cracked pads.
How to use: Push into mouth and make cats swallow to vomit. Chewed into a poultice and applied to cracked paw pads.


Deathberries – Yew Berries
Looks like: Dark green low growing bush. Berries are bright reddish-pink, with dark seeds.
How it affects and kills victim: Once eaten, the cat will thrash around wildly,unable to walk or talk, foaming at the mouth until dead. Usually takes under ten minutes for a victim to die.

Foxglove Seeds.
Looks like: Large bell shaped flowers, with small dark seeds inside them.
How it affects and kills: While these can help treat a cats heart and put the cat to sleep, 9/10 times it will cause paralysis and heart failure next time the cat sleeps.

Holly Berries.
Looks like: Large bushes, with sharp spiky dark green leaves. And small, bright red berries.
How it affects and kills: Similar to Deathberries, however it is slower to take affect of a cat. You can live for around half an hour if consumed.

Looks like: Pointy purple petals, and a yellow centre.
How it affects and kills: If consumed, It will kill a cat faster than Holly Berries, the cats will be unable to walk, or stay still, until the poison numbs their brain.

Water Hemlock.
Looks like: Stall stemmed - plant with green or white flowers and umbrella shaped clusters.
How it affects and kills: The second most deadly poison after Death Berries. Once it takes affect the cat will thrash its limbs wildly, and they will foam at the mouth. Yarrow is a way to save victims.

Last edited by [[•|Ashstar|•]] on Mon Apr 27, 2015 8:22 pm; edited 1 time in total (Reason for editing : Applying Coding WIP)

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Re: A List of Herbs

Post by [[•|Ashstar|•]] on Mon Apr 27, 2015 6:33 am

A lot of plant. O-O

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Re: A List of Herbs

Post by Caebae on Mon Apr 27, 2015 3:01 pm

Not really. Once you memorize them, it doesn't seems like as many. I'm working on re-memorizing them.

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