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Vanity'sAngel*ILoveHim* (momovanity) Herb List

Poppy seeds- used to numb pain and make a cat very sleepy
Catmint - For whitecough and Greencough. Also exceptionaly tasty to cats that are not sick
Cobwebs - used to stop bleeding
Feaverfew - used to cool feverish cats and treat head pain
Borage Leaves - used to treat fevers and helps nursing mothers with their milk supply
Marigold - used to treat infection and heal wounds and sores
Horse Tail - used to treat infected wounds
Burdock root - used to treat infections, especially rat bites
Chervile Root - used to treat infections
Wild Garlic - rolling in this can help to keep out infection
Coltsfoot- used to treat kittencough
Catnip(also called catmint) - used to treat whitecough and greencough; can help to relax a cat
Chickweed- used to help treat greencough
Tansy - used to treat coughs
Thyme - used to calm a cat
Camomile - used to calm a cat
Dandelion Leaves- used to calm a cat
Juniper Berries - used to treat bellyache
Chervile- used to treat bellyache
Watermint - used to treat bellyache
Daisy Leaves - used to treat aching joints
Goldenrod- used in a poultice to treat aching joints and stiffness; can also be used for severe injuries.
Ragwort Leaves- used alongside juniper berries in a poultice to treat aching joints
Comfrey - used to treat broken bones
Nettle (leaves) - used to treat swelling
Celadine - used to treat ailments of the eyes
Snake Root - used to counter poison
Nettle (seeds) - used to counter poison
Honey - used to treat sore throats
Mouse bile - used to remove ticks from a cat's coat
Yarrow - used to make a cat vomit and expel poisons from the body

Other Plants
Dock leaves - used to make a cat's coat slippery; also can be used as a surface for vomiting.
Deathberries (Yew) - of no medicinal value; bright scarlet berries that can kill a cat if they are not expelled quickly enough; use yarrow (called night-seeds by the Tribe)
Nightshade - of no medicinal value; is poisonous
Holly (berries) - of no medicinal value; poisonous like deathberries

message 2: by Carson (new)

Carson Wow!

message 3: by Dapplenose, certified warriors mod ;) (new)

Dapplenose | 76 comments Mod
i am familiar with the list in the field quide, which covers most illnesses

message 4: by Lyla (new)

Lyla Neko (scourgelyla) We should have an illness list too... (TOTALLY MY IDEA!) sorry... i just wan't the record of saying it first so no one else says they came up w/ it first...

message 5: by Dapplenose, certified warriors mod ;) (new)

Dapplenose | 76 comments Mod
traveling herbs- sorrel, daisy (tastes bad), chamomile, and burnet

message 6: by Lyla (new)

Lyla Neko (scourgelyla) yup.

message 7: by Dapplenose, certified warriors mod ;) (last edited Mar 12, 2010 07:32AM) (new)

Dapplenose | 76 comments Mod
a quicker index than reading the whole list:

coughing: tansy, catmint

bellyache: watermint, juniper berries, chervil

trouble breathing: coltsfoot, juniper berriesble

fever: lavender, feverfew, borage leaves

-prevents: wild garlic
-stops: dried oak leaf, marigold,
-cures: burdock root, chervil, horsetail

poison: stinging nettle, yarrow

soreness: Dock leaves

stress: poppy seed, thyme (see more)

travelling herbs: sorrel, daisy (tastes bad), chamomile, and burnet

*poisionous stuff (beware): deathberries, nightshade, holly berries

message 8: by Anne (new)

Anne (stunningfire) That'll be very helpful thanks! ^_^

message 9: by Anne (new)

Anne (stunningfire) Oh and by the way dock leaf juice also helps with soreness

message 10: by Carson (new)

Carson Yep

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