Greetings, Medicine Cats and Apprentices.
We will all share our knowledge of Warriors Cats herbs. And learn together.
You will be grouped with another scratcher. You will drill each other on Medicine Cat herbs. That way you can learn more.
Don't forget to share herbs from Warriors and what they do.
To start, use this form.
Name | Knowledge (not in description) | Your progress in the Warriors Series
Dock: Poultice, soothes wounds.
Horsetail: Poultice, helps prevent infection.
Poppy seeds: Eat, helps make cats rest and eases pain. Too much is not good.
Catmint: Eat, cures white, green, and black cough.
Tansy: Eat, helps sore throats. Can help white cough a bit.
Coltsfoot: Eat, helps unsteady breathing. Can slow down white cough.
Lungwort: Eat, cures yellow cough.
Thyme: Eat, helps ease shock.
Golden Rod: Poultice, eases aches and stiffness in joints.
Burdock Root: Poultice, helps get rid of infection. Especially in rat bites.
Ragwort leaves: Poultice, used to treat aches.
Yarrow: Eat, used to expel poison from body. (It makes cats vomit)
Cobwebs: Poultice, used to stanch blood.
Feverfew: Eat, cools feverish cats and helps with head pain.
Borage: Eat, helps fever and is given to nursing queens.
Marigold: Poultice, helps with infection, and heal wounds and sores.
Chervil root: Poultice, used to treat infections.
Wild garlic: Rolling in it can help keep out infection.
Chickweed: Eat, used to treat green cough.
Chamomile: Eat, used to calm a cat.
Dandelion leaves: Eat, also used to calm a cat.
Chervil: Eat, helps treat bellyaches.
Juniper berries: Eat, treats bellyaches.
Watermint: Eat, used to treat bellyaches as well.
Daisy leaves: Poultice, used to treat aching joints.
Comfrey: Poultice, used to treat broken bones.
Nettle leaves: Poultice, used to help swelling.
Celandine: Poultice, used to treat ailment of the eyes.
Snake root: Eat, used to counter poison.
Nettle seeds: Eat, are also used to counter poison.
Honey: Eat, Helps sore throats.
Mouse bile: Poultice, helps remove ticks.
Blackberry Leaves: Poultice, helps bee stings.