Herbal Remedies: A Quick and Easy Guide to Common Disorders and Their Herbal Remedies

Herbal Remedies: A Quick and Easy Guide to Common Disorders and Their Herbal Remedies

by Asa Hershoff, Andrea Rotelli
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Dock~a plant similar to sorrel, chew the leaves & apply to wounds to soothe them<p>Dried oak leaves~collected in the autumn & stored in a dry place, stops infection<p>Echinacia~used to ease infection<p>Elders leaves~used to help sprains<p>Feverfew~a small bush with daisylike flowers, leaves can be eaten to cool body temperature, particularly for cats with chills/fever<p>Funnel~thick, spiky leaves, found in numerous places especially dry soil near water sources, stalks are broken & juice is squeezed into the cat's mouth to help pain in the hips<p>Ginger~used for asthma & coughs when eaten<p>Goldenrod~tall plant with bright yellow flowers, heals wounds when in a poultise<p>Goosegrass~helps stop bleeding<p>Heather nectar~bell-shaped flowers best grown in shady ares, included in herbal medicenes & makes swallowing easier, sweetens mixtures<p>Honey~sweet, golden liquid created by bees, difficult to collect without getting stung but great for soothing infections or the throats of cats whom breathed smoke<p>Horn beam~good for depression<p>Horsetail~tall plant with bristly stems that grows in marshy areas, leaves are used to treat infected wounds<p>Ivy leaves~leaves from ivy vines, grows in wet caves, used to store herbs<p>Juniper berries~a bush with spiky dark green leaves & purple berries, the berries soothe bellyaches & cats having trouble breathing<p>Lady's mantle~stops bleeding<p>Lamb's ear~soft fuzzy green plant common in the mountains, gives cats strength<p>Lavender~small purple flowering plant, cures fever<p>Lily~common twoleg plant in their gardens, stem is chewed into a pulp d spread on wounds to soothe pain<p>Lotus~common in warm climates, petals help internal wounds & the roots calm<p>Mallow~large fuzzy, 3nubbed leaves from shrubs with sweet rose scent, found near shore, collect at sunhigh when they're driest, prevents infection especially with bee/wasp stings<p>Marigold~bright orange/yellow flower hat grows low to the ground, petals & leaves are chewed into a pulp & applied to wounds to prevent infection<p>Mouse bile~bad-smelling liquid in mice, only remedy for ticks, dab moss in it & place on tick for it to fall off, wash paws thouroughly afterwards<p>Nettle~leaves bring down swelling, keys can cure some poisons<p>Parsley~long stemmed plant with ragged edges, grows in most well drained soils in the sun, stops milk production & cures bellyaches<p>Poppy seeds~small black key shaken from dried poppy heads, fed to cats to calm & help sleep, especially for the distressed, not for nursing queens<p>Ragweed~ragged leaved plant resembling a fern, common in the mountains, ised to give strength & energy<p>Ragwort~tall shrub with yellow flowers, found everywhere, mainly in cool areas with high rainfall, they keep strength up, leaves help aches & stiffness<p>Raspberry~soft with jagged edges, found on raspberry bushes, leaves are painkillers & help stop bleeding<p>Rosemary~tall with needle like leaves & purple flowers, grow in forest & twoleg gardens, for flavouring herbs<p>Rush~lang narrow leaves & lavender coloured headstalks, grows in fertile soils with wide range of moisture conditions, used to bind broken bones & hold broken limbs in place (splint)<p>Snakeroot~found in cool to warm areas, roots cure snake bites when chewed into a poultise & spread on a wound<p>Sorrel~similar to dock, found near twoleg nests, used as a traveling herb for strength