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Medicine Cat Herbs
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Eases the pain of toothaches
eases swelling caused by bee stings
Brings nursing cats' milk, and can aid in lowering fevers
Reduces pain of infected rat bites, and prevents infection.
Gives a cat strength
Prevents poultices from coming off
Cures and prevents greencough
Helps injured eyes
used for infected wounds and can aid in kitting
can be used to cure greencough if no catmint is available
binds broken bones, and stops bleeding. Sort of like a bandage.
eases shortness of breath, and can be used on cracked or dry pads as a poultice.
helps broken bones, wrenched claws, and inflammation.
eases sore joints
helps scratches and can be used to wrap herb bundles
helps hip pain in elders
helps grief and anxiousness, but thyme is better.
heals cuts and scratchesd
improves taste of herbs by sweetening them
helps infections, soothes throats and coughing, and can also be used as food atop a dried nettle leaf when prey is low
when chewed into a poultice, can be used to stop bleeding and infections
can be used to ease bellyache and breathing
eases bellyache, can be used in place of chervil.
cures infection when chewed into a poultice
used to overlap death scent
stops a mother's milk supply
can ease pain and induce tiredness. DO NOT GIVE TO KITS.
gives a cat strength
lowers a cat's appetite
in small doses, cures coughs
cures shock and anxiety
Sorrel, daisy, chamomile, burnet
name the four traveling herbs
soothes and cures infection in rat bites
prevents a cat from vomiting
expels poison from wounds, and makes a cat who ate poison vomit.
kills cats in minutes. can be used to kill cats who are suffering and in pain.
extremely poisonous. look like poppy seeds.
creates foaming at the mouth, second deadliest herb in the forest
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