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Alder Bark Edit

Usage: For tooth pain.

Effect: Eases toothaches.

Beech Leaves Edit

Usage: By ThunderClan medicine cats for carrying other herbs.

Effect: None.

Bindweed Edit

Usage: Fastens sticks to broken legs to keep them in place.

Effect: Unknown

Blackberry Leaves Edit

Usage: These leaves are chewed into a pulp.

Effect: Eases the swelling of bee stings.

Borage Leaves Edit

Usage: It is chewed and eaten by nursing queens

Effect: It produces more and better milk. It also brings down fevers.

Broom Edit

Usage: It is used to make poultices for broken legs and wounds.

Effect: Unknown

Burdock Root Edit

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; used to prevent infection of rat bites.

Burnet Edit

Usage: A traveling herb.

Effect: Is said to help stop minor bleeding on humans. Keeps a cat's strength up.

Catchweed Edit

Usage: The burrs are put on the pelt where poultices are.

Effect: Stops poultices from being rubbed off without hurting the skin.

Catmint/Catnip Edit

Usage: Eaten

Effect: Best remedy for the deadly greencough, which kits and elders usually catch in the season of leaf-bare. Can also be used for whitecough.

Celandine Edit

Usage: Juice is trickled into the eye.

Effect: Soothes damaged eyes.

Chamomile Edit

Usage: Eaten

Effect: Strengthens the heart and soothes the mind. Also given to traveling cats for stregnth.

Chervil Edit

Usage: Chewed to extract the juice of the leaves or the root

Effect: For infected wounds and bellyache, respectively. Can also be used during kitting

Chickweed Edit

Usage: Eaten, such as catmint/catnip

Effect: Treats greencough, though catmint is often preferred.

Cob Nuts Edit

Usage: Made into ointments

Effect: Unknown

Cobwebs Edit

Usage: Press over wound.

Effect: To soak up and stop (or slow) the bleeding. It may also be used to bind broken bones.

Coltsfoot Edit

Usage: Leaves chewed into a pulp.

Effect: Eases the breathing or kitten-cough, as well as cracked or sore pads.

Comfrey Root Edit

Usage: Roots are chewed into a poultice. Can also be lined in one's nest.

Effect: Repairs broken bones or 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 in a nest.

Daisy Leaf Edit

Usage: Chewed into a paste.

Effect: Eases the pain of aching joints. It is also a traveling herb.

Dandelion Edit

Usage: The white liquid is thought to be applied to bee stings. Leaves can be chewed.

Effect: Thought to sooth and heal bee stings. Its leaves can also be chewed to act like a painkiller.

Dock Edit

Usage: Chewed up and applied to scratches. Similar to sorrel. Also can be put in one's nest during sleep.

Effect: Treats scratches, though can sting when being applied. Soothes sore pads. If placed in one's nest, it can ease the pain of wounds.

Fennel Edit

Usage: Stalks are broken and juice is squeezed into the receivers mouth

Effect: Helps pain in the hips, treats vomiting, and helps cat who are having difficulty breathing.

Feverfew Edit

Usage: Eaten

Effect: Reduces body temperature for cats with fever or chills. Also heals aches and pains, especially good for headaches.

Goldenrod Edit

Usage: Chewed into a poultice.

Effect: Good for healing wounds.

Hawkweed Edit

Usage:

Effect: Implied to be used to treat greencough, or at least the symptoms of greencough.

Heather NectarEdit

Usage: Included in herbal mixtures.

Effect: Make swallowing easier and sweetens mixture.

HoneyEdit

Usage: Eaten, or given my moss soaked in it.

Effect: Soothes infections, smoke-damaged or sore throats, helps cats swallow other concoctions, and gives energy.

HorsetailEdit

Usage: Chewed into a poultice, and applied to wounds.

Effect: Treats infections, and stops bleeding.

Ivy LeafEdit

Usage: Used by ShadowClan medicine cats to store other herbs.

Effect: None.

Juniper BerriesEdit

Usage: Chewed and eaten.

Effect: Soothes bellyaches, gives strength, and helps troubled breathing. It is also used to help calm cats.

Lamb's EarEdit

Usage: Unknown.

Effect: Gives a cat strength.

LavenderEdit

Usage: Placed under a cat's nose and is to be inhaled constantly. Or rubbed/placed on an animals body to hide the scent of death.

Effect: Cures fever and chills. Also an herb used to hide the scent of death. Also used to help a cat sleep.

Mallow LeavesEdit

Usage: Eaten.

Effect: Soothes bellyache.

MarigoldEdit

Usage: Petals or leaves chewed in a poultice. Juice can be used as well.

Effect: Stops infection. Stops bleeding. Used for inflammation of stiff joints.

Mint Edit

Usage: Rubbed on a dead body.

Effect: Hides the scent of death. Also helps headaches and helps open up sinuses.

Mouse Bile Edit

Usage: Dabbed onto ticks.

Effect: Ticks fall off instantly.

Oak Leaf Edit

Usage: The leaves are to be stored in a dry place until the time of usage, where they are chewed into a thick poultice and spread on a wound.

Effect: Stops infection form setting in.

Parsley Edit

Usage: Eaten.

Effect: Stops queens from producing milk if their kits die, don't need milk anymore, or are producing too much milk. Also used to cure bellyache.

Poppy Seeds Edit

Usage: Chewed on.

Effect: They can help a cat sleep, ease shock or distress, or ease pain. Not recommended for nursing queens.

Ragwort Leaves Edit

Usage: Crushed and chewed. When mixed with juniper berries, it can help aching joints.

Effect: Treats aching joints, and keeps a cat's strength up.

Ragweed Edit

Usage: Thought to give cats extra strength.

Effect: Like lamb's ear, ragweed gives a cat extra strength and energy.

Raspberry Leaves Edit

Usage: It could be a painkiller, or help stop bleeding during kitting.

Effect: It could possibly ease pain, or stop bleeding.

RosemaryEdit

Usage: Put on the pelt of a dead cat to prepare for burial.

Effect: Hides the scent of death.

RushEdit

Usage: Used to bind broken bones.

Effect: Helps to hold a broken limb in place, such as casts for Twolegs.

SnakerootEdit

Usage: Thought to be applied to wounds.

Effect: Thought to heal poison.

SorrelEdit

Usage: Eaten.

Effect: Traveling herb, can also build up an appetite.

SticksEdit

Usage: Cats in pain bite down on it if no other medicine is available, or not recommended. Also used to bind broken bones.

Effect: Distracts cats from pain. Recommended for kittings.

Stinging NettleEdit

Usage The seeds are eaten by a cat who's swallowed poison, or the leaves are chewed into a poultice and put on a wound. The stems can also be chewed.

Effect: Induces vomiting, or brings downing swelling, respectively. Can be mixed with comfrey to help heal broken bones. Helps with wounds. Chewing the stems helps fight against infection.

Sweet-SedgeEdit

Usage: One must swallow the sap.

Effect: Eases infection.

TansyEdit

Usage: To be consumed, but only in small doses.

Effect: Cures coughs. Can be used to cure wounds and poisons. Stops cats from getting greencough. Soothes throats.

TormentilEdit

Usage: Chewed and applied to wound.

Effect: Its root is good for treating all wounds and extracting poisons.

ThymeEdit

Usage: Leaves can be chewed on.

Effect: Calms nervousness, anxiety, and cats who are in shock.

WatermintEdit

Usage: It is usually chewed into a pulp then eaten.

Effect: Eases the suffering that originates from a bellyache.

Wild GarlicEdit

Usage: One must roll in it.

Effect: Prevents infections, especially rat bites.

Willow BarkEdit

Usage: Unknown.

Effect: Eases pain.

Willow LeavesEdit

Usage: Eaten.

Effect: Stops vomiting.

WintergreenEdit

Usage: Unknown.

Effect: Treats wounds and some poisons.

YarrowEdit

Usage: The leaves are chewed into a poultice that can be eaten or applied to a wound, depending on the situation.

Effect: Extracts poison from wounds. Will make a cat vomit up toxins. The ointment will soften and help heal cracked pads.

PoisonsEdit

Deathberries/Yew berries/Night SeedsEdit

ShadowClan medicine cats use them to end a cat's life to prevent unnecessary suffering.

Foxglove SeedsEdit

They are often mistaken for poppy seeds because they look extremely similar. They are known to be a dangerous medicine. They cause heart failure and paralysis. They are mentioned when Yellowfang scolds Cinderpelt and says, "You're a dangerous medicine cat! You could kill a cat by confusing foxglove seeds and poppy seeds!"

Holly BerriesEdit

Holly berries, while not as dangerous as deathberries, are still a danger to kits. They make an appearance in Twilight, after Leafpool talks to Crowfeather; Sorreltail finds her hiding in a holly bush. Leafpool says she is looking for berries and Sorreltail asks, "Aren't they poisonous?".

Deadly NightshadeEdit

Mentioned in Forest of Secrets when Fireheart and Cinderpaw are with Cloudkit. Cloudkit almost eats some deathberries, but is quickly stopped by Cinderpaw. When Cloudkit runs off and calls them to see what he found, she jokes in response that "Maybe it's deadly nightshade this time"

Water HemlockEdit

Water Hemlock is the most poisonous plant in the Clan territories after deathberries. Water Hemlock is used by Mousewhisker and Cherrypaw who mistake it for parsley, and the two collapse and start convulsing violently. Yarrow is used to help them afterward.

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