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Ultimate Qwazi's Herb Guide

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Ultimate Qwazi's Herb Guide

Post by Astro on Tue Aug 05, 2014 11:55 am


Since it seems we don't a have a complete one I decided to find herbs and put them here to help our Qwazi's.

(This is all off of the Warrior Cats medicine cat guide from the Internet)

Acai Berry: Increases overall health and energy
How to use: Eat

Alder: Reduces swelling and eases toothaches
How to use: Apply as a poultice to reduce swelling, chew to reduce toothache

Alfalfa: Prevents tooth decay
How to use: Eat

Aloe Vera: Eases burns and skin maladies
How to use: Apply as a poultice

Ash Tree: Eases snakebites
How to use: Eat

Aspen Tree Bark: Relieves stress
How to use: Eat

Bindweed: Helps fix poultices in place
How to use: Press on over poultice

Birch Mushroom: Increases general health and mobility, particularly in elders
How to use: Eat

Blackberry Leaves: Eases bee stings
How to use: Apply as a poultice

Black Caraway: Given to  older wolves to increase their overall health and mobility
How to use: Eat

Borage: Eases fevers and increases nursing wolfs’ supply of milk
How to use: Eat

Bramble Twigs: Induces sleep
How to use: Chew to a fine syrup

Broom: Helps heal broken bones
How to use: Apply as a poultice

Burdock Root: Eases infection, particularly in rat bites
How to use: Apply as poultice

Burnet: Strengthening herb
How to use: Eat

Catmint (catnip): Best cure for greencough or otherwise known as flu.
How to use: Eat

Cat’s Claw: Cures stomachache
How to use: Eat

Celandine: Eases eye injuries
How to use: Trickle juice of leaf into eye

Chamomile: Strengthening herb
How to use: Eat

Chervil: Root cures infection, leaves ease bellyache
How to use: To cure infection, apply as a poultice, eat to cure bellyache

Chickweed: Cures coughs
How to use: Eat

Cinquefoil: Eases inflammation
How to use: Apply as a poultice

Clove: Eases toothache
How to use: Chew on leaves

Cob Nuts: Soothes inflammation and swelling
How to use: Crush into an ointment

Cobwebs: Staunches bleeding
How to use: Gather up wad of cobweb and press it onto a wound to soak up the blood

Coltsfoot: Cures coughs and shortness of breath
How to use: Eat

Columbine: Eases swelling and inflammation
How to use: Apply as a poultice

Comfrey: Heals sprains, strains, and broken bones
How to use: Wrap around injury

Culver Root: Helps cure fever and chills
How to use: Eat

Daisy: Eases stiff joints and acts as a strengthening herb
How to use: Apply as a poultice for stiff joints, eat to give strength

Dandelion: Calms anxiety
How to use: Eat

Devil’s Claw: Eases stiff joints
How to use: Apply as a poultice

Dock: Soothes soreness
How to use: Apply as a poultice

Echinacea: Eases infection
How to use: Apply as a poultice

Elder Leaves: Eases sprains and strains
How to use: Apply as a poultice

Fennel: Eases stiff joints
How to use: Ingest juice from inside the stem

Feverfew: Heals fever and coughs
How to use: Eat

Frankincense: Induces sleep
How to use: Eat or breathe in smell

Garlic: Prevents infection
How to use: Roll in a patch of it

Ginger: Calms down grieving wolves
How to use: Eat

Goldenrod: Cures infection
How to use: Apply as a poultice

Goose Grass: Helps seal wounds
How to use: Press on over wound

Gumweed: Heals wounds quicker
How to use: Apply as a poultice

Hawthorn Berries: Treats belly cramps and indigestion
How to use: Eat

Heather: Makes herbs easier to swallow
How to use: Add to poultice

Hedgehog Buds: Clears nose and throat
How to use: Eat

Honey: Soothes throat and makes poultices taste better
How to use: Eat or add to poultice

Honeysuckle: Cures indigestion
How to use: Eat

Hornbeam: Calms anxiety and helps with depression
How to use: Eat

Horsetail: Eases infection
How to use: Apply as a poultice

Iris Petals: Soothes sore throat
How to use: Eat

Ivy: Eases coughs
How to use: Eat

Juniper Berries: Ease shortness of breath and cure bellyache
How to use: Eat

Lamb’s Ear: Strengthening herb
How to use: Eat

Lavender: Cures headaches and calms anxiety
How to use: Eat to cure headaches, inhale scent to calm

Lettuce: Prevents infection and soothes sore pads
How to use: Apply as a poultice

Lotus: Gives a wolf an extra burst of energy to keep them awake
How to use: Eat

Lovage: Cures bellyaches
How to use: Eat

Mallow: Eases infection
How to use: Apply as a poultice

Marigold: Prevents infection
How to use: Apply as a poultice

Milkweed: Soothes sores and burns
How to use: Apply juice from crushed leaves

Mouse Bile: Kills ticks/fleas
How to use: Dip moss in the bile and dab it into ticks/fleas

Nettle: Eases swelling
How to use: Apply as a poultice

Nutmeg: Relieves stress
How to use: Eat

Oak Tree: Leaves prevent infection, while the bark clears up throat
How to use: Apply as a poultice to cure infection, swallow to clear throat

Parsley: Stops a nursing wolf's flow of milk
How to use: Eat

Passion Flower: Calms anxiety
How to use: Eat

Pawpaw: Eases pups who are coughing a lot.
How to use: Eat

Pennyroyal: Eases headaches
How to use: Eat

Poplar Buds: Reduces inflammation
How to use: Apply as a poultice

Poppy: Poppy seeds induce sleep, while the poppy head relieves coughs
How to use: Eat

Primrose: Induces sleep
How to use: Eat

Ragwort: Eases aching joints, also acts as a strengthening herb
How to use: Apply as a poultice for aching joints, eat to give strength

Rosemary: Heals eye ailments and injuries near the eyes
How to use: Apply as a poultice

Rosinweed: Helps poison flow faster out of a wolf’s system
How to use: Eat

Rushes: Holds a broken leg in place
How to use: Tie around broken limb

Sage Root: Heals cracked pads
How to use: Apply as a poultice

Skullcap: Provides an extra burst of energy
How to use: Eat

Snakeroot: Counters poison
How to use: Eat

Sorrel: Strengthening herb
How to use: Eat

Tansy: Cures coughs
How to use: Eat

Thyme: Calms frayed nerves and anxiety
How to use: Eat

Tormentil: Counters the effects of poison
How to use: Eat

Valerian: Induces sleep
How to use: Eat

Vervain: Cures shortness of breath
How to use: Eat

Watermint: Eases bellyaches
How to use: Eat

Willow: Willow leaves ease vomiting, bark cures fever, and the juice from crushed bark clears up blurry vision
How to use: Eat to cure vomiting and fever, drip juice into eyes to clear vision

Wintergreen: Helps cycle poison out of a wolf’s system
How to use: Eat

Witch Hazel: Energizer
How to use: Eat

Wormwood: Relieves toothache
How to use: Chew on leaves

Yarrow: Causes vomiting to get rid of poison. Also soothes dry skin.
How to use: Eat to bring up poison, apply as a poultice to sooth dry skin

Poisonous Plants

Deathberries: Causes near-instant death when not expelled quick enough.
How to use: Eat

Foxglove Seeds: Sometimes used to treat heart problems, but a lot of the time they can cause heart failure and death.
How to use: Eat

Water Hemlock: Causes writhing and foaming at the mouth. May be deadly if not expelled fast enough.
How to use: Eat

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