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message 1: by Dapplenose (new)

Dapplenose | 54 comments Mod
Borage Leaves: When chewed and eaten, it brings down fever and increases a nursing queen's suppply of milk. It has small blue or pink star-shaped flowers anf hairy leaves.

Burdock Root: Clean, washed off roots can be chewed up and aplied as a pulp to rat bites and cure infections. It's a tall stemmed, sharp smelling thistle with dark leaves.

Catmint: This delicious-smelling leaft plant that is usually found growing in twoleg gardens is the best remedy for greencough.

Chervil: The juice of the leaves can be used for infected wounds and chewing the roots helps with bellyache. It's a sweet-smelling plant with large, spreading, fernlike leaves and small white flowers.

Cobweb: Stoaks up blood, stops bleeding, and keeps wounds clean.

Coltsfoot: A flowering plant like a dandelion with yellow or white flowers. A pulp of the leaves can be eaten to help shortness of breath.

Comfrey: Has large leaves and small pink, white, pr purple bell-shaped flowers. The fat black roots can be chewed into a pultice to mend broken bones or soothe wounds.

Dock: Similar to sorrel, the leaf can be chewed up and aplied to soothe scratches.

Dried Oak Leaf: Colledted in leaf-fall and stored in a cool, dry place, stops infections.

Feverfew: Small bush with flowers like dasies. Leaves can be eaten to cool down bopdy temrature for cats like fever or chills.

Goldenrod: Tall plant with bright yellow flowers, a pultice is great for healing wounds.

Honey: Difficult to collect but great for soothing infections or the throats of cats who've breathed smoke.

Horsetail: Usually aplied as a pultive of leaves to treat infected wountds, this plant is tall with bristly stems and grows in marshy areas.

Juniper Berries: A bush with spiky dark green leaves and purple berries (do not confuse this with deathberries!). The betties soothe bellyaches and help cats with trouble breathing.

Lavender: small purple flowering plant that cures fever.

Marigold: A bright orange or yellow flower that grows low to the ground. The petals or leaves can be aplied as a puiltice that stops infection.

Mouse Bile: Stinky liquid that kills ticks, wash paws in water after using it.

Poppy Seed: Small black seeds shaken from a dried poppy flower. It helps cats sleep, and soothes them from shock and distress, but is not recomended for nursing queens.

Stinging Nettle: The spiny green seeds can be given to a cat that's swallowed poison, while the leaves can bring down swelling in a wound.

Tansy: A strong-smeling plant with round yellow flowers. Eaten in small doses, it'ss good for curing cough.

Thyme: Calms anxiety and frayed nerves.

Watermint: A leaft green plant found in streams or damp earth that helps bellyache.

Wild Garlic: Rolling in a patch prevents infection.

Yarrow: A flowering plant with leaves that can be made into a pultice to wounds or scratches to expel poison.

Deathberries: red poisonous berries.

message 2: by Dapplenose (new)

Dapplenose | 54 comments Mod
Coughing: tansy, catmint

Fever: lavender, feverfew, borage leaves

Bellyache: watermint, juniper berries, chervil

Trouble breathing: coltsfoot, juniper berries

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

Stress: poppy seed, thyme

Expel poison: stinging nettle, yarrow

message 3: by Dapplenose (new)

Dapplenose | 54 comments Mod
*NOTE: The information is not mine but I typed it up and stuff*

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