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Herbs for Medicine Cats

Post by Scarlett on December 18th 2011, 13:13

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So throughout my time here I have realized that it doesn't appear any official topic for this has been made and it is a very important thing in both the books and in the role play games here. I also noticed that the medicine cats that are active here either don't remember all of the herbs, what they look like or what their uses are. I have created this topic in order to help the medicine cats in the role plays to be able to train their apprentices or heal their clan mates in or after a battle. All the herbs will be alphabetized and I will also leave a description of the herbs and their uses for future reference. I hope this helps. Wink (Some may have a picture or two. It depends on what I can find.)

Alder Bark:
Description- A large tree with large bright green leaves. Theses leaves have serrated edges and the branches of this tree grow upward rather than outward. The bark of this tree is very light in color, usually a range of greys while the tree's trunk itself is usually a darker brown or black color. The Bark of this tree has a frayed look to it so the bark will grow out away from the tree.
Uses- It's chewed in order to relieve toothaches.
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Beech Leaves:
Description- Moderately sized, bright green leaves that grow from the large beech trees. They are elongated with large, spaced out, pointed, serrated edges that go up the length of the leaf's edges. The top and bottom of the leaf is marred with ridge like lips in the leaf.
Uses- This is commonly used by the Thunderclan medicine cats for carrying other herbs.
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Blackberry Leaves:
Description- A large low growing bush with branches that grow a reddish-brown color are known to grow these leaves. They are fairly average in size as compared to leaves from the other bushes and trees. They grow in a flamboyant dark green color that can vary in shades of red as well. The leaves are generally well rounded, however, they do have ridges along the tops and bottoms of the leaves as well as serrated edges. Be cautious when removing the leaves of this bush as their are thorns that grow up and down the length of the branches of the bush. This plant is distinguishable by the berries that grow on it. They are a dark shade of blue to a black looking color that are shaped like a clump of beads.
Uses- The leaves are cleaned then chewed to a pulp. This pulp is known to ease the pain and swelling of bee stings.
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Borage Leaves:
Discription- A flower with a small blue, purple or pink star-shape and large, hairy leaves. The stems tend to be a pink color with a faded green mix. The leaves have no ridges though the fuzz on the leaves and stems make it appear to.
Uses- It's used on nursing queens to increase their supply of milk and it's also know to bring down fever. (This plant is meant to be chewed and eaten)
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Broom:
Description- A large shrub with long growing stems. It had small, round tipped leaves growing up the lengths of the stems. Vibrant flowers, usually ranging from yellow and red also grow up the stems.
Uses- Chewing up the flowers into a poultice then applying it to the exterior of a cats broken limb is known to soothe and ease pain.
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Burdock Root:
Discription- A tall-stemmed thistle with dark leaves. The leaves have no ridges on them and the thistles grow in bunches near the top of each long stem. each thistle contains a flowering bud on the top that is usually three colors. Pink near the base, then purple in the middle and the tips of each flower petal is white. The root of this plant must be dug up and clean thoroughly before it is used.
Uses- This plant's root much be chewed into a pulp-like texture which is then applied to a cut or injury on the exterior of the body to cure infection. In the books this was commonly used on rat bites.
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Burnet:
Description- A small, low-growing, fern-like plant with oval-shaped leaves that have serrated edges. Larger clusters of flowers bloom from the tops of these plants.
Uses- It's a travel strengthening herb. Eating it is supposed to replenish your energy, often give to those about to embark on a long journey.
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Catchweed:
Description- A tall plant with thick stems and long, narrow, pointed leaves. The stem and leaves are covered in small spikes. Usually from the tops of the stems or near the inside base of the leaves small round buds covered in a clingy, soft fuzz grow. Often times, white flower petals are found protruding from the tops of the buds. The round buds range in color from a green to an orangy-brown to a bright red.
Uses- As the name suggests, the burrs of this plant are meant to be removed and applied to the exterior of the body over poultices. This prevents cats from accidentally rubbing off the poultice and helps avoid further injury.
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Catmint (Catnip):
Description- A long-stemmed, flowery, bush-like plant. The flowers are very small and typically grow up the length of the stem and range from blue to purple in color. It has medium sized leaves with ridges. the leaf is longer that it is wide with a light green hue. The plant itself has a very sweet smell to it and is usually found in large quantities. These plants are very difficult to come by in the wild so the best places to find these plants would be in a twoleg's garden area.
Uses- This plant is used to cure greencough in monitored portions. (It must be ingested)
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Chervil:
Description- A large fern-like plant with long spreading leaves. The leaves have many ridges that typically branch off into groups. At the end of each stem are small budding white flowers that grow in large quantities.
Uses- The juices from the leaves can be used to help heal infection when applied to an exterior cut or bite. Chewing the roots of this plant is also know to cure bellyache. This plant is not meant to be swallowed but it is generally harmless to do so.
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Cobwebs:
Description- A spider web that is easily found outside in large portions. This should be collected in large quantities but avoid bringing the spider or the egg sack back with you when collecting large amounts of it.
Uses- Cobwebs are used quite often and are for the soul purpose of closing up bleeding wounds and to keep them clean. When the cobweb is full of blood it is not to be removed. Instead you are to simply place another piece of cobweb over it and repeat this process until the wound has stopped bleeding and it is save to remove it.
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Coltsfoot:
Description- A flowering plant that resembles a dandelion with the exception of the center of the flower which has a bead-like center. The flowers come in both white and yellow that bloom from the end of each stem. The leaves are dark green with a rounded shape to them and they have larger ridges matching the general leaf size. Usually the flower has small dark green leaves with a purple trim around the exterior back side of it.
Uses- When the leaves are chewed to a pulp before swallowed they can be swallowed to help with shortness of breath.
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Comfrey Root:
Description- This flowering plant has a long, thick stem and large leaves that are longer than they are wide. They have few ridges that are spaced far apart. At the end of each stem a group of bell-shaped flowers grow. They range in color but the most common is a purple and white flower. The fat roots of this plant will always be black.
Uses- This plants roots are to be removed carefully and cleaned thoroughly before being used. The plant's root is meant to be chewed to a poultice (not swallowed) and applied to a broken bone or a wound on the exterior to soothe and ease the pain.
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Dock:
Description- A very large plant with thick leaves that are longer that they are wide and they have curling ridges. The leaves range in color from greens to reds. Large reed like stems grow from the middle of the plant with deep red to brown flower like pieces growing up the length of it's stem. They resemble sorrel in many ways. They need large amounts of water so you can count on finding them near a large water source.
Uses- The leaves of this plant can be chewed up and applied to scratches to soothe and ease pain.
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Dried Oak Leaves:
Description- A large brown leaf that has been left in the sun for a short time period. It it brittle and has large, rounded ridges to it. It is easy to find or make any time of year with the exception of leaf-bare. During leaf-fall the leaves should be collected in well supplied amounts and stored in a dry place for later use.
Uses- When chewed and applied to a cut or bite it is known to stop infection.
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Feverfew:
Description- A small flowering plant with fern-like leaves. The leaves tend to be rounded with many round ridges. The flowers bloom from the top of long, narrow stems. They are always white flowers with small, well-rounded, white petals and a large, round, yellow center. They resemble small Daisies.
Uses- It's used on cats with a fever or chills. It's purpose is to cool down body temperature. (This plant is meant to be ingested.)
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Goldenrod:
Description- A very tall plant with small golden yellow flowers. These flowers grow in thick bunches often times weighing down the stem of the plant. The leaves are a dark green color. They're very small and narrow with no ridges. They are smooth and longer than they are wide.
Uses- A poultice can be made from this plant which is then placed on the wounds on the exterior of the body. It is meant to speed up the healing process.
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Honey:
Description- A sweet, thick, golden liquid created by bees. It is difficult to collect without being stung.
Uses- Great for soothing the throats of cats who have breathed in smoke or for soothing infections.
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Horsetail:
Description- A tall plant with bristly, feathery stems. It grows in marshy areas so looking near a large supple of water would be the best way to find this plant. The plant itself is typically light green to a yellowish in color and grows in large amounts. The stems are think and are known to have dark brown to black rings around them.
Uses- The leaves, when chewed and applied as a poultice to the exterior of the body over the wound, treat infection.
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Juniper Berries:
Description- These berries grown on a pine-like, spiky bush. The bush is very large and dark green in color. They're small berries that range from a light blue to a purple in color. You should be careful when collecting these berries. The needle-like leaves may sting.
Uses- When eaten these berries soothe bellyache and also are known to help cats sleep better.
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Lavender:
Description- A small flowering plant. The flowers range from shades of blue to purple. Small flowers grow up the upper length of the plants stem and there is one large purple flower that sits on top. The leaves are a dark green color. They are small, long and narrow and tend to grow in an upward direction up the plans stem.
Uses- This plant should be ingested. It' sole purpose is to cure fever and quickly.
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Marigold:
Description- A flower that grows low to the ground. It's usually yellow, orange or red in color with a rounded shape. The petals are packed close together on the sides and middle of the flower. The leaves of this plant do not seem to match the flowers. They tend to be small and narrow but still very long. They are dark green and have small ridges along the sides.
Uses- When the petals or leaves are chewed into a pulp and applied to the wounds on the exterior of the body it is known to stop any existing infection.
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Mouse Bile:
Description-A foul-smelling clear to yellow liqid.
Uses- When there are ticks dab a bit of moss in mouse bile on it and it will fall right off.
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Parsley:
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Poppyseed:
Description- Small, black to brown, beed-like seed that are taken from the inside of a dried poppy flower. Popyseed flowers reside on the tops of long nerrow stems in gord-like flowers that are usually large and a light grey to blue-grey color.
Uses- The seeds can be fed to cats to help them sleep. It's also know to soothe cats stress of discomfort from shock. This is not recommended for nursing queens.
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Ragwort Leaves:
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Ragweed:
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Rush:
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Stinging Nettle:
Description- A large bush of leaves with large sharp ridges on them. The leaves are a deep green and the plant has a long thick stem. This plant is best know for the needle like pins that protrude from the stem of this plant as a form of defense. Contact with the stem should always be avoided. Near the top of its stem are small, green, bead-like seeds.
Uses- Stinging nettle is used to neutralize poisons by feeding the seeds to the cat. It's other use is to bring down swelling by placing the leaves over a swollen wound.
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Tansy:
Description- A tall flowering plant. It's bright yellow flowers resemble a more rounded dandelion. It's a very strong smelling plant with long narrow stems branching out in every direction. The fern-like leaves are a deep green and are very long and narrow.
Uses- Eating the yellow flowers from the top of this plant is known to sure coughs but it most only be eaten in small monitored doses.
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Thyme:
Description- A bright green, low growing plant. The leaves are very small and grow up the narrow stem of the plant. The leaves are green with the exception of the edges which range from a light green or yellow to a tan sandy color. Small white flowers are known to grow in patches over the top surface of this herb.
Uses- This herb's leaves, when ingested, are known for their ability to calm anxiety and frayed nerves.
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Watermint:
Description- A small low growing plant that grows only near large supplies of water. The plant, including it's leaves are a dark green color. The leaves tend to have a more rounded shape to then and many ridges. The leaves and stem of this plant are hairy and at the top of each stem a ball of small flowers that are usually white or pink in color grow.
Uses- When a cat is suffering from bellyache this plant can fe chewed to a pulp substance and fed to them.
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Wild Garlic:
Description- Wild garlic is a large, low growing herb. The leaves are a deep green with no ridges. They are long and narrow while the stem of this plant is long and thick. This is a flowering plant that has small, white flowers that bloom from the tip of each stem.
Uses- Rolling in a patch of wild garlic is known to prevent infection from dangerous injuries such as bites from rats or another diseased animal.
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Yarrow:
Description- A flowering plant that comes in a variety of colors. The mor common ones being shades of reds, pinks and whites. The flowers are small but grow ing large groups ate the top of the tall, skinny stems of this plant. Though the flowers vary in color the center is always yellow and the center of the flower itself resembles smaller yellow flowers. The leaves of this plant are a deep green and they are long and fern-like. This plant's leaves do have large ridges to them.
Uses- The leaves of this plant can be chewed into a poultice and applied to wounds or scratches on the exterior of the body to expel poison.
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[color=#FF0000]NOTE: THE FOLLOWING ARE NOT A TYPE OF MEDICINE AND SHOULD NOT BE USED.

Deathberries:
Description- Small, deep red berries that grow in bunches in a type of pine tree. They have hallow center which hold a seed in place. They are fatal when ingested by kits or elders. Healthy adult warriors and queens stand a better chance of surviving after eating a death berry, but not by much and do not usually survive long. Twolegs call these berries yew berries.
Uses- It tends to be very effective when you want someone dead. In cases where cat's are sick beyond healing, they may be fed these for a quick, humane death.
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Re: Herbs for Medicine Cats

Post by Amberfur on December 28th 2011, 18:50

Oooh Snowlily, I descovered a new herb and it does exist in the warriors book. Do you want it? Wink (No offence)


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Re: Herbs for Medicine Cats

Post by Scarlett on December 28th 2011, 18:58

This is the actual list of herbs that were used or named in the warrior books. I decided to make this list when Kittystar needed help with a list of herbs for a possible tribe medicine cat. This list, when it is complete, will be placed in the RP section for any further use it may have. Cat Smile
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Re: Herbs for Medicine Cats

Post by Amberfur on December 28th 2011, 19:02

Sorry for not making myself clear but this herb is from The Forgotten Warrior.
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Re: Herbs for Medicine Cats

Post by Scarlett on December 28th 2011, 19:11

Lol okay. Sure. I'll add it to the list and look into it later. Thanks. Smile Cat Smile
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Re: Herbs for Medicine Cats

Post by Amberfur on December 28th 2011, 22:26

Well it's a herb called Fennel with thin spiky leaves. It's used to help the stiffness of a cat's legs. You break the fennel stalks before squeezing the juice into the mouth. Jayfeather used it when Sorreltail has pain on her hips, during the time she was about to give birth to her second litter of kits.
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Re: Herbs for Medicine Cats

Post by Scarlett on December 28th 2011, 23:16

Thanks for the help. Smile
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Re: Herbs for Medicine Cats

Post by Guest on February 7th 2012, 23:02

Wow, this is really a comprehensive guide! Smile
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Re: Herbs for Medicine Cats

Post by Scarlett on January 21st 2013, 22:19

Slowly getting back to updating this. I've added a few to this already. Hopefully I will actually finish this soon since I started this a year ago. O.o
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Re: Herbs for Medicine Cats

Post by Phoenixflare on January 21st 2013, 22:37

I've never heard of Nightshade or a lot of those herbs. Wow. So much that I need to learn. O.O
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Re: Herbs for Medicine Cats

Post by Scarlett on January 21st 2013, 22:39

Yeah. Some where new to me too. But if anyone has any herbs to add that I may have missed, please do tell me. I'm only one person so I'm bound to miss something though I've been working on keeping this up to date as much as possible.
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Re: Herbs for Medicine Cats

Post by Phoenixflare on January 21st 2013, 22:41

I don't think you missed any. I'm not an expert on herbs so I don't know a lot.
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Re: Herbs for Medicine Cats

Post by Ren on January 21st 2013, 22:54

I just checked a warrior app on my phone and you had everything on there One thing you missed was deathberries, I think, but they aren't essentials I suppose. Keep up the good work!!!

EDIT: Wait, you have deatherberries. Nevermind Sweat
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Re: Herbs for Medicine Cats

Post by Scarlett on January 21st 2013, 22:56

Deathberries are up there. They are the 4th one up.
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Re: Herbs for Medicine Cats

Post by Ren on January 21st 2013, 23:02

Aucually they're a lot I just looked up you missed. Look up warriors cat herbs and then click on 'Warriors secret; med. cat herbs' and it has like... every herb. Here are all the ones you missed.

Alfalfa
Aloe Vera
Ash
Bramble twigs
Echinicia
Yew

On the site it has what they are used for Very Happy
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Re: Herbs for Medicine Cats

Post by Phoenixflare on January 21st 2013, 23:06

Ash? Like the ashes from a fire or are they a differnt type of ash? And yew...oh yeah, I forgot about that one.
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Re: Herbs for Medicine Cats

Post by Scarlett on January 21st 2013, 23:22

Okay. I'll have to double check in the morning and try getting this done
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Post by Blackstone on September 18th 2013, 15:40

You forgot the wild garlic. In the first warriors book Yellowfang told Firepaw to find a patch of wild garlic and roll in it to stop the rat bites getting infected. I think it was something like that, I haven't read the book in ages.
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Re: Herbs for Medicine Cats

Post by Dewdrop on September 18th 2013, 21:13

Must of took a long time to make this Narrowed Eyes  it has all the right info and is very helpful to medicine cats! Cat Smile 
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Re: Herbs for Medicine Cats

Post by Thunderclaw on September 18th 2013, 21:17

Wow....................I'm at a loss for words.
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