Advanced herbs and normal herbs, ones in the books and others that are more helpful. (Feel free to add more!) Created by PawsOfWater.

Wounds (Bruises, Cuts, Burns) Edit

Crushed rose thorns: Helps seal wounds

Broom Malice: Treats severe wounds and injuries

Ash tree sprouts/Ash- Applied to heal snake bites

Amla- Treats infections, wounds and ulcers

Brahmi leaf: Treats skin ailments

Wintergreen-Prevents infections

Oak Tree Sap-  Prevents infection in a wound

Goldenrod- Good for healing a wound

Watercress: Treats irritated skin and scratches

Burdock Root- Eases the pain of rat bites and infections in rat bites

Cobwebs- Soak up or slow bleeding

Dock- Soothes scrates, but stings when applied

Gumweed- Helps seal a wound quicker

Horsetail- Treats infections and stops bleeding

Aloe Vera- Cures skin and burn problems, and bruises and lesions

Marigold- Stops infection and bleeding

Snake root- Helps heal poison in a wound

Oak Leaf- Stops infection from settling in

Tormentil- Root is good for all wounds and extracting poison

Wild Garlic- Prevents infection, especially rat bites

Chervil- Infected wounds

Calendula- Heals wounds

Plantain- Heals wounds

Bee Stings Edit

Blackberry leaves- Eases swelling

Dandelion- Soothe and heal bee stings, also chewed as pain reliever

Cobwebs- Bind broken bones

Stinging Nettle- Helps with wounds

Bones, Muscles, Inflammation Edit

Comfrey root- Repairs broken bones, wrenched claws, inflammation and stiff joints, eases stiffness on wrenched shoulder when lined in nest.

Marigold- Inflammation in stiff joints

Ragwort leaves- Treats aching joints

Fennel- Helps pain in the hips

Rush- Helps hold a broken limb in place, such as casts for Twolegs

Stinging Nettle- When mixed with comfrey, helps heal broken bones

Turmeric- Relieves pain

Willow bark- Relieves pain

Daisy leaf- Eases the pain of aching joints

Feverfew- Aching and pain, such as headaches

Huckleberries- Relieves pain in the muscles

Cleavers- Reduces inflammation

Crampbark- Relaxes muscles

Goldenseal- Reduces inflammation

Skullcap- Eases muscle tension

Paw Pads Edit

Dock- Soothes sore pads

Coltsfoot- Cracked and sore pads

Yarrow- Soften and heal sore pads

Sage root: Treats cracked pads

Energy, Strength, Shock and Heart Edit

Shock Root- Swallowed to reboot a cat’s nervous system after they have either fainted or been poisoned

Lamb’s ear- Gives a cat strength

Ragweed- Gives a cat extra strength and energy

Lotus Root: Swallowed to keep a cat awake and energized

Thyme- Calms nerves, anxiety, and cats who are in shock

Foxglove Seeds- Treats heart, risk of paralysis or heart failure, can be confused with poppy seeds

Poppy seeds- Helps a cat sleep, numbs pain if given three or more, never give to a kit or kitting queen

Aspen tree bark: Prevents stress

Borage- Good for those weak in long sickness

Hawthorn- Promotes heart health

Stomach Aches Edit

Stinging Nettle- Induces vomiting and bring down swelling

Chervil- Bellyache, respectively

Lavender- Cures fevers and chills

Mallow leaves- Soothes a bellyache

Iceland moss: Consumed for nutrition and applied to treat wounds

Parsley- Used to cure bellyaches

Raspberry leaves- Eases pain

Sweet sedge- Eases pain

Yarrow- Induces vomiting

Basil: Treats stomach aches and lesions

Willow leaves- Stops vomiting

Rosinweed- Consumed to expel poisons from the stomach

Oregano- Treats stomach aches

American Ginseng: Helps immune system, strength and digestive problems

Peppermint Leaves- Settling an upset stomach

German Chamomile- Encourages digestion

Echinacea- Stimulates the immune system

Fennel- Encourages digestion

Mugwort- Stimulates digestion

Yellow Dock- Stimulates digestion

Kitting/Queens Edit

Windflower sprouts- Used as a pain reliever for kitting queens

Chervil- Used during kitting.

Parsley- Stops a queen from producing milk, don’t need it anymore, or are producing too much

Sticks- Helps distract a cat from pain

Birthwort/Birthworth: Induces contractions if a kitting is delayed

Milk Thistle: Used to increase poor milk supply

Coughs, Breathing, and Sickness Edit

Hedgehog buds: Treats runny noses

Catmint- The best remedy for greencough, and whitecough

Pawpaw- Remedy for kittencough

Chickweed- Treats greencough,although Catmint is preferred

Coltsfoot- Eases breathing or kittencough

Hawkweed- Like Catmint, but not as strong

Juniper Berries- Soothes bellyaches, gives strength, and trouble breathing

Hawkweed- Swallowed to treat illnesses (coughs, fevers etc.)

Tansy- Cures coughs and stops cats from getting greencough

Feverfew- Reduces body temperature for cats with fevers or chills

Iris Petals- Helps breathing

Blackberry- Treats sore throat

Elder- Treats cold symptoms

Marshmallow- Treats sore throat


Eyes Edit

Celandine- Soothes damaged eyes

Extra Herbs Edit

Snapdragon Seeds: Applied to cure ringworm

Alder Bark- Treats toothaches and tooth decay

Belladonna Seeds: Eases spasms and cramps

Mouse Bile- Mouse stomach bile/acid, makes ticks fall off

Valerian- Sleeping

Lavender- Cures headaches, smells nice

Deadly Edit

Most of these herbs are cured with yarrow~

Deathberry(Yew/Night)- The seeds are the deadly part, causing a cat to wriggle in pain when ingested

Foxglove- Risk of heart failure and paralysis, can be confused with poppy seeds

Holly(berries)- Can be confused with deathberries, may or may not be poisonous

Deadly Nightshade- Used to ending a cat's life quickly if not able to be saved

Water Hemlock- When ingested, causes writhing, pain and foaming at the mouth, can be confused with parsley

Tips Edit

Feel free to add!

  1. Chew herbs into a poultice for easier ingestion

  2. Cats with memory loss should stay in a den until their memory is back, if it returns

  3. Combining herbs(such as mixing windflower sprouts and chervil with sap of sweet sedge)