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Poppy Seeds
Human Term: Poppy Seeds
Description: Small grey-blue seed of a poppy flower. Commonly stored in the dried head of a poppy, with the seeds still intact. They are slightly tangy, but quite tasteless.
Treats: Pain
Treatment Procedure: They serve as a mild sedative that reduces pain. Get cat whose suffering the pain to eat 1 or 2 seeds depending on the intensity of the pain.
Other Directions: Remember not to totally deaden the pain, as the amount of pain can help tell you the condition of the cat.

Picture: http://www.dlc.fi/~marianna/gourmet/pic/n_poppys.jpg

Burdock Root
Human Term: Burdock Root
Description: As a blood purifier; Natural healers use this herb as an effective blood purifier, believing that it rids the body of toxins. Excellent for arthritis and applied externally for skin problems. Burdock is still used today as a diuretic, and to support the healing of chronic acne and psoriasis. In the books the medicine cat uses it to treat rat bites; cleaning the wound of lethal poisons.
Treats: Rat Bites
Treatment Procedure: Apply chewed burdock root to wound(s).
Other Directions: None.

Picture: http://www.prodigalgardens.info/Images/H....dock%20Root.JPG

Human Term: Cobwebs
Description: Filaments from a web that was spun by a spider. Cobwebs are spiderwebs; thin, thread-like substances that are fairly sticky (clingy).
Treats: Bleeding
Treatment Procedure: Gather cobwebs in a swath and apply to bleeding wound. Replace if required. Keep until wound has stopped bleeding.
Other Directions: None.

Picture: http://members.optusnet.com.au/margaretgi/images/jp%20cobweb.jpg

Human Term: Mouse Bile
Description: Bile; A digestive juice secreted by the liver and stored in the gallbladder; aids in the digestion of fats. Mousebile in the warriors books is always 'stored' and used when moss soaked with the substance. There-for, it appears as wet moss.
Treats: Ticks
Treatment Procedure: Press bile-soaked moss with paws against areas of the fur where ticks are.
Other Directions: Wash your paws in a stream afterwards, and never get any in your mouth.

Picture: None yet

Human Term: Marigold
Description: This bright yellow flower is used as culinary to flavor and add color to salads, soups and other dishes. The petals are sometimes dried, powdered and used as a coloring agent.
Treats: Infection

Picture: http://www.nbii.gov/datainfo/syscollect/images/marigold.jpeg

Human Term: Chamomile
Description: The small Chamomile plant has yellow and white flowers that resemble daisies. These blossoms are dried and included in our bath tea blends for their soothing and revitalizing properties.
Treats: 'Soothe Hearts'

Picture: http://www.miessenceproducts.com/_datafile/chamomileflower_lrg.jpg

Cat Nip
Human Term: Cat Nip
Description: Catnip has downy, heart-shaped leaves, and is a minty-scented plant containing a volatile oil that cats find stimulating.
Treats: Green Cough

Picture: http://www.cat-world.com.au/images/Catnip.jpg

Human Term: Yarrow
Description: Yarrow (Achillea millefolium) is a common herb found throughout North America and Europe. It has finely divided, almost feathery leaves, and tiny white or yellow flowers that form a flat-topped cluster. It grows in fields and urban waste places, flowering throughout the summer. Can be planted to combat soil erosion because it is resistant to drought.
Treats: Induces Vomiting, which can be used to get rid of poisons if used immediately after intake of poison.

Picture: http://www.colostate.edu/Depts/CoopExt/4DMG/images/moon1.jpg

Human Term: Honey
Description: Honey is a sweet and viscous fluid produced by bees and other insects from the nectar of flowers.
Treats: Sore throats
Other: Stored in Moss

Picture: http://www.bbc.co.uk/food/images/honey_300x193.jpg

Thyme Leaves
Human Term: Thyme Leaves
Description: Thyme (Thymus) is a genus of about 350 species of aromatic perennial herbs and sub-shrubs up to 40 cm tall, in the family Laminae. They are native to Europe, north Africa and Asia. The stems are thin and wiry; the leaves are evergreen in most species, arranged in opposite pairs, oval, entire, and small, 4-20 mm long. The flowers are in dense terminal heads, with an uneven calyx, with the upper lip three-lobed, and the lower cleft; the corolla is tubular, 4-10 mm long, and white, pink or purple.
Treats: Shock

Picture: http://www.faeriesfinest.com/images/products/thyme.gif

Human Term: Coltsfoot
Description: A low, woolly perennial herb that produces a flowering stem with a single terminal yellow flower head. After the flower stem dies down, the hoof-shaped leaves appear.
Treats: Stimulates/helps breathing

Picture: http://www.apaw.ca/Willard'sflowerstwo/Coltsfoot.jpg

Juniper Berries
Human Term: Juniper
Description: The Juniper is a thorny bush with long dark needles and produces a brownish-black berry. Bath By Bettijo uses Juniper berry Essential Oil as well as dried Juniper berries for their purifying and astringent qualities.
Treats: Stimulates/helps breathing and helps bellyaches

Picture: http://www.mntca.org/Reference_manual/Im....20-%20shad e%20 -%20bl%20sna%209-30.jpg

Water Mint
Human Term: Water Mint
Description: A European mint that thrives in wet places; has a perfume like that of the bergamot orange; naturalized in eastern North America
Treats: Bellyache

Picture: http://members.lycos.nl/vijverplanten/image/wxyz/watermunt.jpg

Chervil Root
Human Term: Chervil
Description: Chervil (Anthriscus cereifolium) is an aromatic herb, a member of the parsley or carrot family, and indigenous to the regions around the Black and Caspian Seas. It is an essential ingredient of fines herbes, widely used in French cuisine. Some varieties of chervil also have edible roots which are like small turnips. Turnip-rooted chervil was enjoyed by the early Greeks and Romans, and in England during the 14th to 17th centuries.
Treats: Bellyache

Picture: http://www.faeriesfinest.com/images/products/chervil.gif

Human Term: Horsetail
Description: Perennial rush like flowerless herbs with jointed hollow stems and narrow tooth like leaves that spread by creeping rhizomes; tend to become weedy; common in northern hemisphere; some in Africa and South America
Treats: Infected Wounds

Picture: http://www.astro.caltech.edu/~vam/treeimages/horsetail.jpg

Human Term: Feverfew
Description: Feverfew (Tanacetum parthenium) is a traditional medicinal herb which is found in many old gardens, and is also occasionally grown for ornament.
Treats: Fevers

Picture: http://www.herbs2000.com/images/herbs_feverfew.jpg

Human Term: Lavender
Description: This fragrant shrub has long, bluish-green woody branches and blooms with beautiful purple buds. The aroma from Lavender is soothing, calming and relaxing.
Treats: Chills

Picture: http://www.simplers.com/images/flower/lavender-bunch.jpg

Human Term: Celandine or Jewel weed
Description: Jewel weed; North American annual plant with usually yellow or orange flowers; grows chiefly on wet rather acid soil.
Treats: Soothes blind eyes

Picture: http://www.rogernoyce.com/images/Celandine.JPG

Human Term: Tansy
Description: Common perennial aromatic herb native to Eurasia having button like yellow flower heads and bitter-tasting pinnate leaves sometimes used medicinally.
Treats: Cough

Picture: http://extension.unh.edu/FHGEC/graphics/Tansy.JPG

Borage Leaves
Human Term: Borage Leaves
Description: An annual herb with rough hairy stems and leaves. The inflorescence (flower cluster), a coiled spiral that unrolls and straightens from the base as the flowers open, is the hallmark of the family.
Treats: Fever

Picture: http://www.mariquita.com/images/photogallery/BorageLeaves.JPG

Daisy Leaves
Human Term: Daisy Leaves
Description:The English daisy (Bellis perennis) is a wild flower with short creeping rhizomes and small rounded or sthingy shaped evergreen leaves. It is not destroyed by mowing and is therefore often a weed on lawns in western Europe. The outer florets are white to (in cultivars) light pink and the small fertile central florets are golden yellow.
Treats: Aching Joints

Picture: http://daisy.horizon.ee/img_wys/Picturelilleke.jpg

Human Term: Nettles
Description: Nettle (Urtica) is a genus of flowering plants in the family Urticaria, mostly perennial herbs but some are annual and a few are shrubby.
Treats: Swelling

Picture: http://www.mariquita.com/images/photogallery/nettles.11.jpg

Human Term: Ragwort
Description: European weed having yellow daisy like flowers; sometimes an obnoxious weed and toxic to cattle if consumed in quantity.
Treats: Strength

Picture: http://www.dgsgardening.btinternet.co.uk/ragwortflr.JPG

Alder Bark
Human Term: Alder (bark)
Description: A hard strong wood resembling maple, easily stained to imitate darker woods.
Treats: Toothache

Picture: http://www.the-tree.org.uk/BritishTrees/Bot/Alder/AlderBark.jpeg

Human Term: Broom
Description: A large shrub with compound leaves that have three leaflets. The yellow, purple, or white flowers are solitary or in small clusters. The fruit is a small pod.
Treats: Poultice for broken limbs.

Picture: http://www-saps.plantsci.cam.ac.uk/trees/images/broom.jpg

Ragwort & Crushed Juniper Berries
Human Term: Ragwort & Crushed Juniper Berries
Description: These plants (see above) Can be mixed together to create a poultice for aching joints.
Treats: Poultice for broken limbs.

Picture: None
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