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Prescription for Herbal Healing, 2nd Edition: An Easy-to-Use A-to-Z Reference to Hundreds of Common Disorders and Their Herbal Remedies

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  • Anonymous

    Posted March 26, 2014

    Medicene~Herbs part three

    Sticks~thin wooden protrusion that grow & fall from trees, bite when in pain and no other medicene is available or not recommended, helps broken legs heal, distracts cats from pain & recommended during kitting<p>Strawberry leaves~diminshes nightmares<p>Sweet-sedge~thick green stemmed with long buds at top, grows all leaf-bare near water, sap eases infection (eat)<p>Tansy~strong smelling plant with round yellow flowers, good for curing coughs but must be eaten in small doses<p>Thyme~eaten to calm anxiety & frayed nerves<p>Tormentil~4 petalled yellow flower, found in cool to cold areas & twoleg gardens, cures poisons & helps clear infection in minor wounds & injuries<p>Watermynt~leafy green plant found in streams or dump earth, usually chewed into a pulp & fed to cats suffuring from bellyaches<p>Wild garlic~rolling in a patch of this can help prevent infection, especially for dangerous wounds like rat bites, they come in shape of bulbs & have a distinct odor, found only in the forest<p>Willow bark~bark of a willow tree, grows near twoleg nests, eases pain<p>Willow leaves~leaves of a willow tree, grows near twoleg nests, eaten to stop vomiting<p>Wintergreen~easily identifiable by its red berries, grows in oak-pine woods & sandy habitats to subalpine places, treats wounds & some poisons<p>Yarrow~flowering plant whose leaves can be made into a poultise & applied to wounds/scratches/bites to expel poison, eat to vomit the poison

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