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A Medicine Cat's Guide: Herbs and Treatments [incomplete list]

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A Medicine Cat's Guide: Herbs and Treatments [incomplete list]

Post by Streamsong on Sun Jun 16, 2013 9:03 pm

Treatment of wounds
Treatment of disease
Other uses

Blackberry Leaves
Blackberry leaves are chewed into a pulp and rubbed on bee stings to help ease the swelling.

Burdock Root
Burdock roots can be cleaned and chewed into a pulp to lessen and heal the pain of an infected rat bite.

The juices from a Celandine can be dripped into an eye to help heal any eye damage.

The juices in Chervil leaves and roots have many uses. It can be used to help infected wounds and bellyache, and even may be used when a cat is kitting.

Cobwebs are applied around a wound to help stop bleeding. If need be, they can also be used to bind broken bones.

Comfrey Root
Comfrey root also has a variety of uses. Once chewed into a poultice, it can be used to help repair broken bones or sooth wounds and wrenched claws. It can also relieve itching and inflammation of joints.

The white liquid is thought to be applied to bee stings to soothe and heal them. The leaves can be chewed to act as a pain killer.

Dock is chewed an applied to the affected area. It can soothe scratches, though it can sting when being applied. It also soothes sore pads.

The juices in this plant are swallowed to help pain in the hips.

Goldenrod is chewed into a poultice and applied to the wound to help heal it.

It is chewed into a poultice and applied to wounds. It is used to treat infections and stop bleeding.


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