Sageclan Herbs Edit

Here you will learn about all the herbs used in Sageclan.

---------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------Alder Bark Edit

Location: Grows mainly in boggy, wet lands.

Usage: Used for tooth pain

Effect: Eases toothaches

Beech Leaves Edit

Location: Grows almost anywhere as long as the soil is dry

Usage: To Wrap mixtures and herbs

Effect: None

Bindweed Edit

Location: Grows almost anywhere

Usage: Fastens sticks to broken bones to keep them in place

Effect: Unknown

Blackberry Leaves Edit

Location: Almost anywhere

Usage: Chewed into pulps

Effect: Eases sting of Bees, Wasps, and Hornets

Borage Leaves Edit

Location: Grows best in Forest

Usage: Chewed and eaten by nursing Queens

Effect: Helps produce better milk and bring down fevers

Broom Edit

Location: Grows best in thick forest

Usage: Used to make poultices for broken bones and wounds

Effect: Unknown

Burdock Root Edit

Location: Best grown in dry areas

Usage: Roots are washed then chewed into a pulp

Effect: Heals and and prevents infection of rat bites

Burnet Edit

Location: Found in dry, grassy meadows

Usage: Used as a traveling herd

Effect: Keeps a cats strength up

Catchweed Edit

Location: Found in hedges and other low shrubbery

Usage: Burrs are put on pelts where poultices are

Effect: Stop poultices from rubbing off without hurting the cat

Catmint Edit

Location: Found in twoleg gardens

Usage: Eaten

Effect: Best remedy for Greencough

Celandine Edit

Location: Mainly grows in thick forest but can grow in dry parts of marshes

Usage: Juice trickled in cats eye

Effect: Soothes damaged eyes

Chamomile Edit

Location: Mostly found in twoleg gardens

Usage: Eaten

Effect: Strengths heart and sooths mind. Also used as a traveling herb

Chervil Edit

Location: Found near sandy, rocky areas

Usage: Juices are extracted from leaves and roots

Effect: For infected wounds, bellyaches, and can be used during nursing

Chickweed Edit

Location: Found in marshy, rocky areas

Usage: Eaten

Effect: Treats Greencough but Catmint is preferred

Cobnuts Edit

Location: In or under hazel trees

Usage: Used in ointments

Effect: Unknown

Cobwebs Edit

Location: Just about anywhere

Usage: Pressed over fresh wounds

Effect: Used to stop or slow blood

Clotsfoot Edit

Location: In marshy or wet areas

Usage: Chewed into a pulp

Effect: Eases breathing, kit cough, and cracked or sore pads

Comfery Root Edit

Location: Damp grassy places

Usage: Chewed into poultices and can be used to line bedding

Effect: Used for itches, inflammation, stiff joints, and wrenched shoulders

Daisyleaf Edit

Location: Almost everywhere

Usage: Chewed into paste

Effect: Eases aching joints, also used as a traveling herb

Dandelion Edit

Location: Almost everywhere

Usage: White liquid can be used for Bee, Wasp, or Hornet stings. Leaves and petals can be chewed

Effect: Juices can be used as a painkiller

Dock Edit

Location: Best grown in leafy areas

Usage: Chewed and applied to scratches, can be put in nest

Effect: Soothes scratches, sore pads, and pain of wounds

Fennel Edit

Location: Found mainly on dry patches near banks

Usage: Stalks are chewed, juices squeezed into cats mouth

Effect: Helps pain in hips

Feverfew Edit

Location: Best near water

Usage: Eaten

Effect: Used for fevers, chills, aches, and pains

Goldenrod Edit

Location: Best in the moors

Usage: Chewed into poultices

Effect: Good for healing wounds

Hawkweed Edit

Location: Unknown

Usage: Unknown

Effect: Helps with Greencough but Catmint is preferred

Heather nectar Edit

Location: Best grown in the shade

Usage: Included in mixtures

Effect: Helps cats swallow and make mixtures sweeter

Honey Edit

Location: In honeycombs or Bees nest

Usage: Eaten or soaked in moss

Effect: Soothes infections, smoke damage, sore throats, helps cats swallow, soothes coughing, and gives energy.

Horsetail Edit

Location: Marshy areas

Usage: Chewed in poultices and applied to wounds

Effect: Treats infections and stops bleeding

Juniper berries Edit

Location: Grows almost anywhere in none drenched places

Usage: Chewed and eaten

Effect: Soothes bellyaches, give strength, calms down cats, and helps with troubled breathing

Lambs ear Edit

Location: Commonly found in mountains

Usage: Unknown

Effect: Gives cats strength

Lavender Edit

Location: Grows mainly in twoleg gardens but can also be found in sunny spots with gravely soil

Usage: Placed under a cats nose to help breathing

Effect: Cures fevers and chills

Mallow Leaves Edit

Location: Grows best on shores in the early morning

Usage: Eaten

Effect: Soothes bellyache

Marigold Edit

Location: Near water

Usage: juices and petals used in poultices

Effect: Stops infection, Stops bleeding, and used for inflammation

Mint Edit

Location: Unknown

Usage: Rubbed on a cats body

Effect: Hides scent of death

Mouse Bile Edit

Location: Extracted from a mouse

Usage: Used to make ticks fall off, best to wash paws off after

Effect: Unknown

Dried Oakleaf Edit

Location: All over the forest floor during leaf-fall

Usage: Chewed in thick poultices and put on wounds

Effect: Stops infection from settling

Parsley Edit

Location: Grows best in dry places near banks

Usage: Eaten

Effect: Stops queens from producing milk, also good for bellyaches

Poppyseeds Edit

Location: All over forests

Usage: Chewed

Effect: Help cats sleep, soothe shock or distress, and helps ease pain

Ragwort Leaves Edit

Location: Mainly in places with high rainfall and cool atmosphere

Usage: Crushed and chewed, mixed with juniper berries

Effect: Helps with aching joints, keeps strength up

Ragweed Edit

Location: Commonly found in mountains

Usage: Gives cats strength

Effect: Gives cats strength and energy

Raspberry Leaves Edit

Location: Found on raspberry bushes

Usage: Painkiller, help with blood during kitting

Effect: Ease pain, Stop blood

Rosemary Edit

Location: Unknown

Usage: Put on pelt of dead cat

Effect: Hides smell of death

Rush Edit

Location: Grows near banks and rivers or in moist soil

Usage: Used to bind broken bones

Effect: Helps hold sticks to broken bones Edit

Snakeroot Edit

Location: Mainly in warm areas

Usage: Thought to be applied to wounds

Effect: Though to heal poison

Sorrel Edit

Location: Found by twoleg nest

Usage: Eaten

Effect: Travelling herb

Stinging Nettle Edit

Location: All over the forest

Usage: Seeds for cats that have been poison, Stems and leaves can be chewed and used in poultices

Effect: Helps cats vomit, brings down swelling, Can be mixed with comfrey to help with broken bones, Helps with wounds, Chewing stems helps fight infections.

Sticks Edit

Location: Anywhere there are trees

Usage: Cats in pain bite down on them, mostly used when queens are kitting, Also used to hold broken bones

Effect: Distracts cats from pain

Sweet-Sedge Edit

Location: Grows anywhere during leaf-bare, Most common in Marshes and near Rivers

Usage: Sap is swallowed

Effect: Eases infection

Tansy Edit

Location: Found in the forest or near twoleg gardens

Usage: Consumed in only small doses

Effect: Cures coughs, can be used to cure wounds and poison, Stops Greencough from spreading and stops cats from getting it, helps with sore throats

Tormentil Edit

Location: Most found in cold areas, other found in twoleg gardens

Usage: Chewed and put on wounds

Effect: Roots good for treating wounds and extracting poison

Wintergreen Edit

Location: Leaves in willow trees

Usage: Eaten

Effect: stops vomiting

Yarrow Edit

Location: Sandy, rocky places

Usage: Leaves are chewed into poultices that can be given to cats or applied to wounds, depending on the wound

Effect: Will make cats vomit up toxins, will soften or help cracked paws

Deathberries Edit

Location: Red berries of the poisonous yew bush

Usage: Given to kill a cat by making them eat the berries

Effect: Kills a cat within minutes

Foxglove Seeds Edit

Location: Almost anywhere

Usage: Used to treat the heart

Effect: Can easily cause heart failure or paralysis

Deadly Nightshade Edit

Location: Moist, shady places. Often where the soil is rich with limestone

Usage: To kill a cat that cannot be saved quickly

Effect: Poisonous

------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------We do use deadly herbs such as Deathberries and Deadly Nightshade. It is not often we use these but when a cat cannot be saved (due to them collapsing or suddenly bleeding aka drama, they will be ended. This teaches cats that i don't like drama like that and if they do they will be killed/ended) we will use on them. The bottom three are the deadly herbs the others are completely save. You can add pictures and fill out the Unknown places only if you know for certain that that is what it is.