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The Herb List (Med. Cats Read!)

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The Herb List (Med. Cats Read!)

Post by Guest on Sun May 23, 2010 12:05 am


Alderbark: Toothache. Eat.

Alfalfa: Used to prevent tooth decay.

Aloe: Sour smell. Relieves burns and treating skin problems, like rashes and bug bites. Can be found anywhere in grasslands and swamps.

Ash (tree): New shoots are to be eaten, and chewed and applied to the bit of an Adder or Viper to stave off the effects of its poisoned bite. Keys (seeds) of the Ash tree may also be consumed to fight the pain caused by a stitch in the side.

Blessed Thistle: Helps strengthen the heart and lungs, and increases circulation.

Bramble Twigs: (chewed to a fine syrup) Helps to sleep.

Broom: Good for broken legs and wounds. Chew into poultice and spit onto wound. It will sting.

Borage Leaves: Used to treat fevers and helps nursing mothers with their milk supply.

Burdock Root: Smells like lemon. Chew, and place on wounds. Can relieve joint pains and it can heal infected rat bites. Found in dry or wet areas with lots of dirt. Will sting.

Catchweed: Burrs can be used to help hold treatment onto a cat.

Catnip: Used to ease pain and help to cure Greencough, Blackcough and Whitecough, gathered and pressed into wounds to stop bleeding. Generally only used with wounds that risk bleeding heavily. Can be found at the Kittypet Den.

Celandine: It can be used to strengthen weak eyes. It can't cure blindness, but if your close to blind, it will give you temporary eyesight. Good for when an elder wants to go go hunting, so that they don't feel left out. Eat.

Chamomile: Leaves and Flowers may be consumed to sooth a cat and add to their physical strength. Tastes good.

Chapparal: Helps clean faces (cat acne).

Chervil Leaves: For infected wounds and preventing infected wounds. Chew into paste and press the paste on the wound. It will sting.

Chervil Root: Used to cure bellyache. Eat.

Chickweed: Used to help treat greencough.

Cobweb: Used to stop bleeding. Can be found about anywhere, usually small dark places.

Coltsfoot: Helps with breathing. Eat.

Comfrey: Strenghtens bones, and is useful for broken bones. Eat the stems.

Daisy Leaves: Used to treat aching joints and bellyache.

Dock Leaves: When a cat gets stuck in a small place, for example in a bramble bush, then you can chew these up and they can make things slippery. Apprentices and kits seem to get stuck in small places while they're exploring a lot. Found in ForestClan and TwilightClan.

Echinacia: Used to ease infection.

Ferns: Helps to clean out wounds by just the inside part after “crunching” off the outer “shells”.

Feverfew: Has small yellow and white flowers, and smells like citrus. It can be used to relieve headaches and fevers. Bitter smell and taste.

Ginger: Used for asthma and coughs.

Goldenrod: Used in a poultice (chewed up roots and leaves) to treat aching joints and stiffness, can also be used for severe injuries. Rub onto spot that aches.

Hawthorne Berries: Heal burns and indigestion, like heartburn. If there is a drought, a fire could be started, and might need them to treat any cats with burns. Hawthorne berries usually grow in grassy areas.

Horsetail: Used to treat infected wounds. Apply horsetail juice on the wound. It will sting.

Honey: Used to sooth irritated throats and other things, particularly good for smoke inhalation. Honey is delicious, and if you don't have catnip, it's good for soothing whitecough, blackcough, and greencough. It won't completely get rid of it though. You still need to get catnip as soon as possible.

Juniper Berries: Looks like deathberries, but larger. Help with bellyaches, and help with whitecough. Chew with Ragwart to cure aching joints. DONT EAT!

Lavender: Leaves and flowers are particularly good when eaten for easing pains in head and throat, and curing fever. Inhaling the sent of fresh flowers can also calm the nerves.

Marigold Leaves: Used to treat infection and heal wounds and sores. Will sting.

Mouse Bile: Used to remove ticks from a cat's coat. Warning! Do NOT eat mousebile or you'll have that horrible taste in your mouth for days! to carry around, put mousebile in a big leaf and wrap up the leaf, and you can carry. Be sure to wash your paws when done.

Nettle Seeds: Used to counter poison. And Nettle leaves are used to treat swelling.

Nightshade: Of no medicinal value, and it is poisonous.

Oak Leaf: Used to stop infections.

Parsley: Used to stop the flow of a queen's milk.

Poison Oak and Ivy: Poison plants that give horrible rashes to those who brush against them.

Poppy-flowers Seeds: Can be consumed to remove pain and make you fall asleep. Flower heads should be consumed together to relive continuous coughs. Petals and Leaves should be chewed to aid in sleep and improve resting.

Ragwort leaves: Used alongside juniper berries in a poultice to treat aching joints. Don't eat!

Snakeroot: Used to counter poison.

Stinging Nettle: The leaves are applied to reduce swelling, while the seeds are ingested by those who have swallowed poison.

Tansy: Used to treat coughs.

Thyme: Used to calm a cat.

Traveling herbs: One type is to give you strength. The other is to help you from feeling hungry. Eat before going on a long journey.

Yarrow Leaves: Helps throw up things like poison, deathberries, etc. Yarrow Ointment is for scraped paws.

Watermint: It's name is becuase of it's taste, it's leaves taste like mint. It is the best cure for a bellyache.

Wild garlic: Rolling in this can help to keep out infection.

Willow (tree): Water from beneath the bark of the flowering willow may be dripped into the eyes to help clear blurriness of vision. It may also be applied to dry patches of skin to sooth itches. Small amounts of Willow Bark may be consumed to ease pain, act against inflammation, and to ease diarrhea or fevers.


Deathberries (Yew): Red, cat can die in seconds. Deadly poison inside. If someone eats one, tell someone immediately.

Holly Berries: Of no medicinal value, and it is poisonous.

Stinging Nettle (poisonous part): Only part of the plant is poisonous. The part that isn't poisonous is used for medicinal uses. This plant has sharp nettles that get snagged in your fur. If the nettles break the skin you will have a horrible itch for a few hours, maybe longer. Carefully remove nettles with teeth.


Aching joints - basically arthritis in cats. Caused by age or damp weather. Symptoms include pain and stiffness.

Best Treatment: Anything that cures pain other than poppy seeds

Blackcough - a fatal sickness that spells certain death for any cat who catches it. Symptoms are unknown, but the "black" might be blood.

Best Treatment: None

Bleeding - blood loss due to injury, such as a wound sustained in battle. Severity depends on injury.

Best Treatment: Cobwebs pressed onto the wound

Chill - a very mild ailment usually caused by very cold weather or falling into icy water. Much like whitecough, but with cold chills instead of fever.

Best Treament: Catmint, feverfew, and lavender

Cough - a sickness that is like a human cold. Symptoms are just coughs and sneezes, though it can be dangerous to kits or young cats.

Best Treatment: Tansy

Cracked pads - a painful ailment usually seen in elderly cats. The pawpads crack from cold or dryness, and if untreated can lead to infection. Symptoms include swelling of the paws and pain.

Best Treatment: Marigold, and poppy seed if there is pain

Freezing - a case where a cat is too cold and might die.

Best Treatment: Grooming fur the wrong way to get the blood flowing.


Greencough - a sickness similar to pneumonia that is often rampant among the Clans in leaf-bare. Symptoms include wheezing, coughing, pus excreted from the eyes, sneezing, fever, and green phlegm streaming from the nose.

Best Treatment: Catmint, feverfew, and lavender

Poisoning - the case of eating deathberries, poisoned fresh-kill, or other kinds of harmful things.

Best treatment: Yarrow and stinging nettle

Starvation - a case where a cat is too hungry.

Best treatment: Fresh kill or queen's milk.

Weakness - a case where a cat is exhausted.

Best treatment: Rest

Whitecough - a mild sickness like a cold. More common than greencough, but can become greencough or even the fatal blackcough. Symptoms include sneezing, coughing, white phlegm streaming from the nose, and a slightly high temperature. This is similar to kittencough, which is the least harmful of all coughs and is mostly caught by kits.

Best Treatment: Catmint



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