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Sicknesses,Herbs and Treatments


Illnesses Edit

toothache

Burns, lesions, sores, rashes ect.

Infections

ear infection

sore throat

Cold

Fevers

Cough/chest infection

sneezing

Greencough

Whitecough

Red cough

yellowcough

Deppression anxiety nerves

Sprains

Broken bones

Toothaches Edit

Alder Bark-The bark is chewed to ease toothaches

Alfalfa-The leaves are chewed to prevent tooth decay.

Coptis-Consumed to deteriorate and soothe toothaches.

Aching jointsEdit

• Chew a poultice of daisy leaves and apply to the desired joint

• Crush ragwort and juniper berries and thin with a small amount of warm water; consume

• Line the patient's nest with comfrey root for aching/stiff shoulders

• Chew a poultice of comfrey and apply to the desired joint.

Burns, lesions, sores, rashes ect. Edit

Aloe Vera-The cool gel from the aloe vera plant's leaves is applied to skin problems such as burns, skin sores, rashes, etc.

Basil Leaves-Applied to cure lesions.

Calendula Blossoms-Applied as a paste to treat lesions.-Applied as a poultice to inflamed skin to bring down swelling

Chives-Applied as a poultice to lesions.

Coptis-Applied to inflamed skin to bring down swelling.

Daylily-Applied to lesions.

Infections Edit

Chervil-The leaves are applied to infected wounds as a poultice.

Cilantro-Applied to assorted wounds to keep out infection.

Ear infections Edit

Black-eyed Susan-Applied as a paste or poultice to clear infection./Consumed for ear infection.

Speed healing Edit

Aloe vera-The gel is applied to wounds to speed their healing.

Calendula Blossoms-Applied as a poultice to speed up the healing of wounds.

Sore Throats Edit

Basil leaves-Mixed with hot water and gargled to to soothe sore throats

Coltfoot petals-Crush coltsfoot petals into small pieces and arrange them onto the middle of the paw paw fruit; consume the mixture then gargle warm water 

Honeycomb-Consume one honeycomb

Colds Edit

Angelica-Consumed to treat colds.

Bee Balm Leaves-Consumed to cure colds.

Black-eyed Susan-Consumed to cure colds.

(Dried) Boneset-Consumed to cure colds.

Caution: If boneset is consumed in large amounts, it can cause nausea, vomiting, and diarrhea. Never consume fresh boneset, as it is toxic and considered poisonous. Always sun-dry boneset thoroughly before consumption. Boneset is usually used as a last-resort herb because you must be very, very careful when using it.

Fevers Edit

Basil Leaves-Chewed to treat fever blisters.

Bee Balm Leaves-Consumed to ease fevers.

Blueberries-Consumed to aid fevers.

Borage Leaves-Consumed to aid fevers

Caraway-Consumed to aid fevers.

Feverfew-Consumed to lower body temperature in fevers and chills.

Coughs/Chest Infection Edit

Angelica-Consumed to ease severe coughs/Consumed to clear chest infection.

Anise Seeds-Consumed to ease coughs.

Black-eyed Susan-Consumed to cure coughs

Catmint/Catnip Leaves-Consumed to treat coughs/ cure upper respiratory infection.

Chickweed-Consumed to cure coughs.

Daylily-Consumed to ease coughs.

Eucalyptus Leaves-Can be broken down to aid respiratory health. Applied as a poultice on chest and neck along with mint or ginger.

Fennel seeds-Consumed to deteriorate congestion/ ease coughs

ginger root-The root's juices are chewed and consumed to treat asthma/ ease coughs.

Black-eyed Susan-Consumed to cure coughs.

Tansy- Eaten in small doses. Cures cough and lost voices.

Sneezing Edit

eyebright-Consumed to ease sneezing.

• Consume a small dose of eyebright and cool water

• Chew a mint leaf

Hedgehog Buds- Cures or eases runny noses.

Greencough Edit

Basil Leaves-Consumed to reduce mucus in diseases such as bronchitis, asthma, or greencough.

Catmint/Catnip Leaves-Consumed to cure whitecough and greencough.

Chickweed-Consumed as a substitute for catmint, much like hawkweed.

White cough Edit

Catmint/Catnip Leaves-Consumed to cure whitecough and greencough.

Chickweed-Consumed as a substitute for catmint, much like hawkweed.

Redcough Edit

Elder Leaves-Consumed to cure blackcough/redcough.

Yellow cough Edit

Lungwort- Cures yellowcough

Black cough Edit

Elder Leaves-Consumed to cure blackcough/redcough.

Sore ThroatsEdit

Bee Balm Leaves-Consumed to soothe sore throats.

Honey- Swallowed to soothe cat’s throats or put on herbs to sweeten them.

Queens Edit

-Kitting Edit

Belladonna Seeds-Consumed to ease cramps and spasms

Birthwort-Consumed by queens to cause kitting contractions.

Caution: Use only if a queen's kitting is delayed. If consumed too early, the queen's kit(s) will be born premature or stillborn.

Fennel Stalks-Consumed to ease pain in the hips.

-Milk Edit

Caraway-Consumed by queens to increase the quantity of their milk.

Borage Leaves-3 of these leaves are consumed by queens to increase the quality and quantity of their milk.

Angelica-Consumed by queens to increase the quantity of their milk.

-Health Edit

Borage Leaves-3 of these leaves are consumed daily by pregnant queens for nutrition.

Depression/anxiety/nerves Edit

Apple Blossoms-Consumed to ease depression.

Aspen Tree Bark-Consumed to relieve stress/soothe anxiety.

Caraway-Consumed to soothe the recipient.

Goatweed-Consumed to ease grief.

Goatweed- Eases anxiety and greif

Thyme- Calms anxiety, frayed nerves, and shock.

Sprains Edit

Arnica Blossoms-Applied as an ointment for sprains.

Daisy leaves-Applied to sprains

Elder Leaves-Applied as a paste to soothe sprains

Bindweed stems-Wrapped around a broken/dislocated/sprained area to splint it. Use with cobweb.

Expel poison Edit

Aloe Vera-The skin from the leaves is used to extract poison. Made into a past

Kitten coughEdit

Basil Leaves-Chewed to treat kittencough.

Coltsfoot Leaves-Consumed in small amounts to treat minor cases of kittencough.

StomachacheEdit

Basil Leaves-Consumed to soothe stomach aches.

Blueberries-Consumed to ease stomach aches

Calendula Blossoms-Consumed to ease stomach aches.

Chervil-The roots are consumed to ease stomach aches

Fennel seeds-Consumed to ease stomach aches.

Headaches Edit

Basil Leaves-2-3 of these leaves are mixed with large quantities of water and consumed to soothe headaches.

Feverfew-Consumed to ease headaches.

Muscle aches Edit

Arnica Blossoms-Applied as an ointment for sore muscles.

Comfrey Root-Woven into the patient's nest to ease sore muscles.

Huckleberry- Relieves muscle pain.

Ringworm Edit

Basil Leaves-Applied to clear ringworm.

Broken Bones Edit

-Applied to speed healing Edit

Comfrey Root-Applied to broken bones to speed their healing.

.- Used to Bind

Cobweb/Spider Web-Wrapped around broken/dislocated bones or sprains to splint them. Use with bindweed or rush.

Inflammation Edit

Arnica Blossoms-Applied as a poultice to keep inflammation down.

Blackberry Leaves-Applied to bee/wasp stings to reduce inflammation.

Increase blood circulation Edit

Blessed thistle-Consume blessed thistle; keep hydrated

Indigestion Edit

Anise Seeds-Consumed to ease indigestion.

(Dried) Boneset-Consumed to ease indigestion.

Caution: If boneset is consumed in large amounts, it can cause nausea, vomiting, and diarrhea. Never consume fresh boneset, as it is toxic and considered poisonous. Sun-dry boneset thoroughly before consumption. Boneset is usually used as a last-resort herb because you must be very, very careful when using it.
Buttonbush-Consumed to ease indigestion.

Chicory-Consumed to ease indigestion.

Fennel seeds-Consumed to ease indigestion.

Hawthorne Berries- Heart burns, indigestion.

Constipation Edit

(Dried) Boneset-Consumed to ease constipation.

Caution: If boneset is consumed in large amounts, it can cause nausea, vomiting, and diarrhea. Never consume fresh boneset, as it is toxic and considered poisonous. Always sun-dry boneset thoroughly before consumption. Boneset is usually used as a last-resort herb because you must be very, very careful when using it.

Rat bites Edit

Burdock root can be chewed into a poultice and place on the bite

The bitten cat can roll around in wild garlic to deplete the bites of infection

Hunger pains Edit

Burnet Leaves-Consumed to ease hunger pangs.

Note: Burnet is a traditional traveling herb.

Belladonna Seeds-Consumed to ease cramps and spasms.


Loss of appetite Edit

Chicory-Consumed to build up the recipient's appetite

Give strength Edit

Burnet Leaves-Consumed to give strength.

Note: Burnet is a traditional traveling herb

Chicory-Consumed to energize the recipient.

Chives-Consumed to build up physical strength.

Lotus- Keeps you awake!

Ease sleep or induce unconsciousness Edit

Bramble Twigs-Consumed to induce unconsciousness in the recipient. Thinned with water or thickened with honey depending on how long and how deeply the patient needs to be asleep.

To put into an unconscious state - Consume poppy seeds and warm water

For a deep sleep- Consume saffron

Eyes Edit

Celandine-The juice from the leaves is trickled into weak eyes to strengthen them.

eyebright-Consumed to soothe watery eyes.

Bilberries-Applied around the eye as a paste to improve eyesight

Rosemary blooms -Chew broken rosemary blooms into a poultice and place it under and/or around the eye to ease pains/infections

Heart Edit

Chamomile Petals-Consumed to strengthen the heart.

dill-Consumed to soothe heartburn.

Mind Edit

Chamomile Petals-Consumed to soothe the mind.

Eucalyptus Leaves-Consumed to calm the mind.-Applied as a poultice on chest and neck along with mint or ginger.

Puncture woundsEdit

Basil leaves-Applied to clear ringworm.


Stall bleeding Edit

Cobweb/Spider Web-Pressed onto wounds to help stall, stop, or clot bleeding.

Applied to wounds as a bandage.

Chives-Applied to stall bleeding.

Goosegrass- Stops bleeding.

Gumweed- Seals wounds and heals them.

Prevent infection Edit

Daylily-Applied to infections.

AntibioticEdit

Bee Balm Leaves-Consumed as an antibiotic for severe diseases.

Wild garlic-A patch of wild garlic can be rolled around in to prevent infection. It can also be applied.

Cracked or sore pads Edit

Cob Nuts/Hazelnuts-Made into ointments and applied to cracked or sore pads.

Coltsfoot Leaves-Applied as a poultice to cracked or sore pads.

Wrenched claws Edit

Comfrey Root-Applied to wrenched claws.

Heartburn Edit

Smoke inhalation Edit

Coltsfoot Leaves-Consumed to ease breathing.

Energizer Edit

Chicory-Consumed to energize the recipient.

Snake bites Edit

Bee stings Edit

Blackberry Leaves-Applied to bee/wasp stings to reduce inflammation.

Dandelion leaves-Applied to bee stings to reduce pain and swelling.

Ring wormEdit

Basil leaves-Applied to clear ringworm.

Medic

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