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*Gathering & Drying of Herbs
*Herbs to be avoided by pregnant women
Posted March 26, 2014
Gently nip spine/back~tests if it's broken, if no pain is felt then it's broken<br>
Lick fur~cleans wounds, brings down shock & warms cold cat (lick fur wrong way)<br>
Moss soaked in water~sick, injured, or weak cat can drink & helps cool feverish cats, also useful in kitting<br>
Rosemary, mynt~used to lighten death-scent of dead cat before burial, also respectful<br>
Sweeten herbs~use clover, nectar, honey or mouse blood<br>
Water soaking~hold swollen in cold water to take down swelling, also soothes scraped pads<br>
Water therapy~have cat with weak/hurting bones or muscles wade in water, eventually they will get stronger<br>
Wailing, yowling~if cat has no sore throat, it keeps lungs and chest clear
Posted April 3, 2013
To be chewed and eaten. The plant can be distinguished by its small blue or pink star-shaped flowers and hairy leaves. Great for nursing queens as it increases their supply of milk. Aso brings down fever. THESE WERE TAKEN FROM SECRETS OF THE CLANS. YOU COULD JUST GET THE BOOK.
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Posted November 20, 2011
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