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Herbs List

on Wed Sep 27, 2017 7:01 pm

RED- Treatment of wounds
ORANGE- Treatment of diseases
BLUE- Poison


Alder Bark
Description: Bark of the Alder tree.
Location: Grows mainly in boggy, wet terrain.
Usage: For tooth pain.
Effect: Eases toothaches.

Beech Leaves
Description: Large, broad leaves that can be serrated, entire or sparsely toothed.
Location: Grows in almost any soil that is not waterlogged.
Usage: For carrying other herbs.
Effect: None.

Description: Arrow-head shaped leaves with pale white or pink trumpet shaped flowers.
Location: Grows almost anywhere.
Usage: Fastens sticks to broken legs to keep them in place.
Effect: None.

Blackberry Leaves
Description: Prickly leaves from the blackberry bush.
Location: Almost anywhere; they are very handy plants.
Usage: These leaves are chewed into a pulp.
Effect: Eases the swelling of bee stings.

Borage Leaves
Description: It is easily distinguished by its small blue or pink star-shaped flowers and hairy leaves.
Location: Grows best in forests.
Usage: It is chewed and eaten by nursing females.
Effect: It produces more and better milk. It also brings down fevers.

Description: Shrubs with small leaves and small yellow flowers.
Location: Grows on rocky terrain. Mountains, particularly.
Usage: It is used to make poultices for broken legs and wounds.
Effect: Unknown.

Burdock Root
Description: Tall-stemmed thistle with a sharp smell and dark leaves.
Location: Best in dry areas.
Usage: The root is dug up, the soil is washed off, and then it is chewed into a pulp.
Effect: Lessens and heals the pain of infected rat bites.

Description: Has oval-shaped leaves with serrated edges. Stems grow 50-200cm tall, with large clusters of small flower buds on top.
Location: Usually found in dry, grassy meadows.
Usage: A traveling herb.
Effect: Keeps a wolves strength up.

Description: A plant with fuzzy green balls on long stems.
Location: It is common in hedges and other low, shrubby vegetation.
Usage: The burrs are put on the pelt where poultices are.
Effect: Stops poultices from being rubbed off without hurting the skin.

Description: Yellow flower with four petals.
Location: Grows better near creeks, though it also grows in forests.
Usage: Juice is trickled into the eye.
Effect: Soothes damaged eyes.

Description: A small, white flower with a large, yellow center.
Location: Can be found in Two-leggers gardens.
Usage: Eaten.
Effect: Strengthens the heart and soothes the mind. Also given to traveling wolves for strength.

Description: A sweet-smelling plant with large, leafy, fern-like leaves and small white flowers. The roots are described as being knobby and brown.
Location: Can be found in forests.
Usage: Chewed to extract the juice of the leaves or the root.
Effect: For infected wounds and bellyache, respectively.

Cob Nuts
Description: A smooth brown nut with a hard outside shell. A type of hazelnut.
Location: In, under or near hazel trees that grow in sunny spots.
Usage: Made into ointments.
Effect: Unknown.

Description: Long, thin, shiny strands spun into a web by spiders. Very common.
Location: All around the forest.
Usage: Press over wound.
Effect: To soak up and stop (or slow) bleeding. It may also be used to bind broken bones.

Description: A flowering plant with yellow or white flowers resembling dandelions.
Location: Seems to grow best beside waterfalls.
Usage: Leaves chewed into a pulp.
Effect: Eases sore or cracked paw pads.

Comfrey Root
Description: It has large leaves, small bell-shaped flowers, which are pink, white, or purple, and fat, black roots. Tangy smell.
Location: Damp, grassy places.
Usage: Roots are chewed into a poultice. Can also be lined on one's bed.
Effect: Repairs broken bones and soothes wounds. Also used for wrenched claws. Can be used for itching or for inflammation on stiff joints. Also eases stiffness on wrenched shoulders when lined on a bed. Can be used for burns.

Daisy Leaf
Description: Thick, dark green, oval shaped leaves.
Location: Almost everywhere.
Usage: Chewed into a paste.
Effect: Eases the pain of aching joints. It is also a traveling herb.

Description: Common yellow-flowered plant with long, hollow stems. After flowering is finished, the flower transforms a sphere made out of hundreds of smaller white florets with seed heads at the bottom that connect to the flower head.
Location: Almost everywhere.
Usage: The white liquid is thought to be applied to bee stings. Leaves can be chewed.
Effect: Thought to soothe and heal bee stings. Its leaves can also be chewed to act like an oral painkiller.

Description: Red berries from the dark-leaved, poisonous yew bush.
Location: Often found in ravines and on rocky terrain.
Usage: Sometimes used to kill other wolves by making them eat the berry.
Effect: Kills a wolf within minutes when consumed.

Description: Common, large-leafed plant with a tangy smell and taste.
Location: Doesn't grow well in mountains, best in leafy areas.
Usage: Chewed up and applied to scratches. Also can be put on one's bed during sleep.
Effect: Soothes scratches, though can sting when being applied. Soothes sore pads. If placed on beds, it can ease the pain of wounds.

Elder Leaves
Description: Leaves from the Elder tree.
Location: Found in the dens neighboring forest.
Usage: Turned into a poultice.
Effect: Soothes sprains.

Description: Thin, spiky leaves.
Location: Found in numerous places, especially on dry soils near riverbanks.
Usage: Stalks are broken and juice is squeezed into the receiver's mouth.
Effect: Helps pain in the hips.

Description: Small bush with flowers resembling daisies. Has a sharp tangy smell and small soft leaves.
Location: Grows best along the water.
Usage: Eaten.
Effect: Reduces body temperature for wolves with fever or chills. Also heals aches and pains, especially good for headaches.

Foxglove Seeds
Description: Tiny, black seeds from the bell-shaped flower of the foxglove plant.
Location: Almost everywhere, especially in temperate regions.
Usage: They are used to treat the heart.
Effect: They can easily cause paralysis and heart failure.

Description: Plant with ovate leaves.
Location: Grows in damp, grassy areas.
Usage: Eaten daily.
Effect: Eases anxiety and grief.

Description: A tall plant with bright, yellow flowers.
Location: Grows well on the in grassy meadows.
Usage: Chewed into a poultice.
Effect: Good for healing wounds.

Description: Small green plant with yellow and orange flowers.
Location: Unknown.
Usage: Unknown.
Effect: Causes a wolf to hallucinate from anywhere between 30 - 90 minutes.

Heather Nectar
Description: Nectar found in bell-shaped flowers.
Location: Best grown in shady areas.
Usage: Included in herbal mixtures.
Effect: Makes swallowing easier and sweetens mixtures.

Description: A sweet, golden-coloured liquid made by bees.
Location: In honeycombs or bees nests up in trees.
Usage: Eaten.
Effect: Soothes infections, is a great remedy for smoke-damaged or sore throats, helps wolves swallow other concoctions, helps soothe coughing, and gives energy.

Description: A tall, bristly-stemmed plant, referred to with fleshy stalks.
Location: Any marshy area.
Usage: Chewed to a poultice, and applied to wounds.
Effect: Treats infections and stops bleeding.

Juniper Berries
Description: Purple-blue berries from the dark green, spiky-leaved juniper bush.
Location: Grows in places that are not wet.
Usage: Chewed and eaten.
Effect: Soothes bellyaches, gives strength, and helps troubled breathing. It is also used to help calm wolves.

Description: A small purple flowering plant.
Location: Grown in Two-leggers gardens. Can also be found in sunny spots with sandy or gravelly soil.
Usage: Placed under a wolves nose and is to be inhaled constantly, or rubbed/placed on an animal's body to hide the scent of death.
Effect: Cures fever and chills. Helps to unblock sinuses. Also used to hide the scent of death.

Mallow Leaves
Description: Large fuzzy three-nubbed leaves from a flowering shrub; sweet rose scent.
Location: Grows best near shore, but best collected at sun-down, when they are dry.
Usage: Eaten.
Effect: Soothes bellyache.

Description: A low-growing flower; yellow to bright orange.
Location: Near water.
Usage: Petals or leaves chewed into a poultice. Juice can be used as well.
Effect: Stops infection. Stops bleeding. Used for inflammation of stiff joints.

Description: Downy, serrated leaves ranging from green to purple and yellow in color. Flowers are small and white or purple in color.
Location: Grows in forests.
Usage: Rubbed on a dead body.
Effect: Hides the scent of death.

Description: A small shrub with faintly scented, bell-shaped flowers that are purple tinged with green in colour.
Location: Moist, shady places. Often grows in places where the soils are rich in limestone.
Usage: The dust from the flower is thrown into another wolves eyes to temporarily blind them.
Effect: Blindness that lasts anywhere between 60 - 90 minutes. Can sometimes cause unconsciousness.

Oak Leaf
Description: Round, cartoon-like ruffled leaves.
Location: All over the forest floor and collected in Autumn.
Usage: The dried leaves are to be stored in a dry location until the time of usage, when they are chewed into a thick poultice and spread on a wound.
Effect: Stops infection from setting in.

Description: A long-stemmed plant with ragged-edged crinkly leaves, sharp scent, tastes cold and fresh, tastes the same fresh or dried.
Location: Grows best in moist, well drained soil, with full sun.
Usage: Eaten.
Effect: Stops a mother from producing milk if her pups die, don't need milk anymore, or is producing too much milk. Also used to cure bellyache.

Poppy Seeds
Description: Tiny, round black seeds that are shaken out of a dried poppy flowerhead.
Location: All over the forest.
Usage: Chewed on.
Effect: They can help a wolf sleep, soothe shock or distress, or ease pain. Not recommended for nursing females.

Ragwort Leaves
Description: Tall shrub with yellow flowers. Tastes foul to wolves.
Location: Almost everywhere, especially in cool areas with high rainfall.
Usage: Crushed and chewed; mixed with juniper berries, it can help aching joints.
Effect: Treats aching joints and keeps a wolves strength up.

Raspberry Leaves
Description: Soft to the touch, but with jagged edges.
Location: Found on raspberry bushes.
Usage: Eaten.
Effect: Eases abdominal pain and lessons bleeding. Especially useful during labour and birth.

Description: Similar to Dock, Sorrel is used as a traveling herb.
Location: Can be found near Two-leggers dens.
Usage: Eaten.
Effect: Traveling herb, can also build up appetite.

Description: Thin wooden protrusions that grow on and fall from trees.
Location: Can be found anywhere there are trees.
Usage: Wolves in pain bite it when other medicine is either unavailable or not recommended. Also used to help broken legs heal.
Effect: Distracts wolves from pain. Recommended for females giving birth.

Stinging Nettle
Description: It has green, spiny seeds.
Location: All over the forest.
Usage: The seeds are eaten by a wolf who's swallowed poison, or the leaves are chewed into a poultice for a wound. The stems can also be chewed.
Effect: Induces vomiting, or brings down swelling, respectively. Can be mixed with Comfrey to help heal broken bones. Helps with wounds. Chewing the stems helps fight against infection.

Description: Thick green stem with long buds at the top.
Location: Grows all through Winter.
Usage: One must swallow the sap.
Effect: Eases infection.

Description: The tansy plant has round, yellow leaves, and has a very sweet and strong scent, making it good for disguising a wolves scent.
Location: Found in the forest and near Two-leggers dens.
Usage: To be consumed, but only in small doses.
Effect: Cures coughs. Can be used to cure wounds and poisons. Soothes throats.

Description: It has a strong, aromatic scent to it and a sharp taste.
Location: Found in most cool or cold areas, but other types may be found in Two-leggers gardens.
Usage: Chewed and put on the wound.
Effect: Its root is good for treating all wounds and extracting poison.

Description: Small, delicate, thick, sticky leaves with a fresh tang.
Location: Best in hot, sunny locations.
Usage: Leaves can be chewed on.
Effect: Calms nervousness, anxiety, and wolves who are in shock.

Water Hemlock
Description: Green or white flowers with petals in umbrella-shaped clusters.
Location: Wet, marshy areas.
Usage: Unknown.
Effect: Causes writhing, pain, and foaming at the mouth.

Willow Leaves
Description: Leaves of the willow tree.
Location: Near the Willow Creek.
Usage: Eaten.
Effect: Stops vomiting.
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