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Herb UseHerb NameHerb Description
calms anxiety, frayed nerves; treats shock
soothes bellyache; helps cats who are having trouble breathingbush with spiky, dark green leaves and purple berries
eaten to cool body temperature, particularly for cats with fever/chillssmall bush with flowers like daisies
helps cats sleep; sooths cats suffering from shock or distresssmall black seed shaken from dried poppy flower
best remedy for greencoughdelicious smelling leafy plant, found in twoleg gardens
treat infected wounds; applied as poulticetall plant with bristly stems that grow in marshy areas
chewed into a pulp and applied to wounds; stops infectionbright orange or yellow flower that grows low to the ground
stops infectionscollected in autumn and stored in a dry place
chewed up and applied to soothe scratches or sore padssimilar to sorrel
bad smelling liquid, only remedy for tickswash paws thoroughly in running water afterward
prevents infection, especially from dangerous wounds like rat bitesroll in a patch of it to assure maximum effect
soothing infections or throats of cats who have breathed in smokesweet, golden liquid
cures feversmall, purple, flowering plant
Herb UseHerb NameHerb Description
infected wounds; cures bellyachesweet smelling plant with large, spreading, fernlike leaves and small white flowers
increases milk supply in nursing queens; brings down feversmall blue or pink star shaped flowers, hairy leaves
chewed into a pulp and fed to cat suffering from bellyacheleafy green plant found in streams or damp earth
chewed into a poultice to mend broken bones; soothe woundslarge leaves, small, bell-shaped flowers that are pink, white or purple
leaves chewed into pulp to help with shortness of breathflowering plant, like a dandelion, with yellow or white flowers
terrific for healing woundstall plant with bright yellow flowers
used to expell poison from wounds and stomachflowering plant
red berries that can be fatally poisonous to kits and eldersnot medicine, known to twolegs as yew berries
wrap around injury to soak up blood and keep wound clean; stops bleedingfound all over the forest
curing coughs, especially when catmint is not availablestrong smelling plant with round yellow flowers
seeds useful for cat who's swallowed poison, leaves applied to wounds to bring down swellingspiney green plant
cures rat bites/rat bite infectionstall-stemmed, sharp-smelling thistle with dark leaves

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