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Herb Guide!
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Hello <insert name here>! I made this herb guide to help others keep notes of what they already know, or to find stuff that they didn't know. I noticed most of the guides lacked information, didn't make sense, or were just for a specific group. Most of this guide's information is based on the warriors wiki and what other people have told me on this wiki, so it may not all be correct. If you notice that something is missing, or you'd like to add something, please comment about it! Anyways, have fun reading stuff you'll probably never need to know in real life.


Does not include poison
may not include all herbs
tell me if i missed something!

Alder tree, alder bark(1)
Alder bark
Appearance Dark gray bark, fissured. Younger trees can also have greenish bark. Branches can sometimes be sticky.
Located Along rivers, can also grow in swampy areas. Can be found during the snowy season.
Use Unknown
Application Treats toothaches
Aloe Vera
Aloe vera flowf
Appearance Thick fleshy green leaves with a translucent gooey inside. The sides of the plant has spikes or "Teeth"
Located Dry terrain
Use Burn wounds and infections
Application The slimy insides of the plant are smeared directly onto the wound.
Beech tree, beech nuts, and beech leaves(1)
Beech leaves
Appearance Has broad, shiny leaves. Can have a variety of leaf colors, but typically are green, yellow, or golden, and can also be smaller or short. Female trees typically produce beech nuts. Bark can be thin, smooth, and gray in color.
Located Along rivers, can also grow in swampy areas. Can be found during the snowy season.
Use Nuts are good for attracting prey. Leaves are good for carrying other herbs
Application just like wrap the leaf around some herbs or smth
Blackberry bush(1)
Blackberry leaves
Appearance The blossoms are small white flowers. Blackberries often grow on brambles, and their leaves are sort of scratchy. It also grows blackberries and blackberries taste nice
Located Anywhere with sun, it doesn't have to be warm, just sunny.
Use Eases the pain of bee stings
Application Poultice the leaves
Bindweed flowf
Appearance white-pinkish petals and yellow center. Typically blooms in warmer weather. Stems grow green leaves.
Located Dry dirt and fields(?)
Use Ties things together
Borage leaves
Appearance It is easily distinguished by its small blue or pink star-shaped petals and hairy leaves. The best leaves are typically halfway up the stem, and has a zesty scent to them. Leaves are soft and can be dark green or gray-green in color.
Located Not too damp not too dry soil, in temperate forests.
Use It produces more and better milk. It also brings down fevers. Helps sooth bad bellies and relieves tight chests.
Application Chewed and eaten
Bright eye(1)
Bright eye
Appearance Light pink with darker pink in the middles
Located Human gardens, sunny areas, wooded areas, thickets
Use Mix with lovage to help cure coughs
Application Poultice
Broom flowf
Appearance Shrubs with small leaves and small yellow flowers. Flowers are often solitary, but can also come in pairs
Located Grows in fields or sunny areas. Can be found during the snowy season
Use Used in poultices that can help broken legs and wounds
Application Poultice
Burdock root(1)
Burdock flowf
Appearance Tall-stemmed thistle with a sharp smell and dark leaves. Has a bitter taste
Located Dry areas or fields
Use Lessens the pain of rat bites, especially if they are infected. Can give patients a bellyache if they eat too much of it. Numbs rat bite to the point a patient cannot feel the pain. Also good for infected paws and other sores
Application chewed to a pulp
Burnet flowf
Appearance Medium green-colored basal leaves. Can occasionally have spikes of purple flowers
Located Sunny areas.
Use A traveling herb. The leaves are swallowed
Application Used to give strength. Good for pregnant patients
Catchweed flowf
Appearance A plant with fuzzy green balls on long stems
Located It is common in hedges and other low, shrubby vegetation.
Use Stops poultices from being rubbed off without hurting the skin
Application The burrs are put on the pelt where poultices are
Catmint flowf
Appearance A leafy and delicious-smelling plant. Has gray-green leaves, stem is hairy, and has purple flowers. Is easily killed by frost. Looks like nettles, but doesn't sting.
Located Rarely found in the wild; mostly found in human gardens.
Use Best remedy for the deadly greencough. Can also be used for whitecough. Can be considered dangerous in extremely high dosages.
Application Eaten.
Celandine flowf
Appearance Yellow flower with four petals. Celandine poppy have bigger petals, whereas the greater celandine are smaller.
Located Forests and swamps(?)
Use Soothes weakened or damaged eyes.
Application Crushed into juice and trickled into the eye
Chamomile flowf
Appearance A small, white flower with a large, yellow center.
Located Can be found in human gardens. Can be found in sandy-like soil. Best in cooler areas
Use Strengthens the heart and soothes the mind. Also given to traveling patients for strength.
Application Eaten.
Chervil flowf
Appearance A sweet-smelling plant with large, leafy, fern-like leaves and small white flowers. The roots are described as being knobby and brown.
Located Warm climates
Use For infected wounds and bellyache, respectively. Can also be used during kitting.
Application Chewed to extract the juice of the leaves or the root.
Chickweed flowf
Appearance Tall-stemmed plant with fat, almond-shaped leaves.
Located Moist soil with warm weather.(?)
Use Treats greencough, though catnip is often preferred.
Application Eaten.
Cob nuts(1)
Cob nuts
Appearance A smooth brown nut with a hard outside shell. A type of hazelnut.
Located In, under or near hazel trees that grow in sunny spots.
Use Made into ointments. Lures prey. Sort of useless
Application i dont know????????
Cobwebs flowf
Appearance You know what cobwebs look like, stupid. ALSO NOT AN HERB. BUT. ITS IMPORTANT.
Located Dark and moist areas, but yknow pretty much anywhere
Use To soak up and stop, or slow, the bleeding. Almost the same use as bindweed, just not as strong. It can hold herbs against fur.
Application Wrap or press against wounds or herbs.
Coltsfoot flowf
Appearance A flowering plant with yellow or white flowers resembling dandelions. Grows best in spring.
Located Dry warm soil(?)
Use Eases breathing or kitten-cough, as well as cracked or sore pads.
Application If you use it for cough/breathing issues, then you just chew it. If you use it for injured paw pads, poultice it.(?)
Comfrey root
Appearance It has large leaves, small bell-shaped flowers, which are pink, white, or purple, and fat, brown roots. Tangy smell.
Located Damp, grassy places
Use Roots are chewed into a poultice. Can also be lined in one's nest.
Application Repairs broken bones or soothes wounds. Also used for wrenched claws. Can be used for itching or for inflammation on stiff joints. Also eases stiffness on wrenched shoulders when lined in a nest. Can be used for burns
Daisy leaf(1)
Daisy leaf
Appearance Thick, dark green, oval shaped leaves. The flower of the plant has many long white petals and a yellow center.
Located Anywhere that isn't terribly cold
Use Eases the pain of aching joints. It is also a traveling herb
Application Chewed into a paste and applied on the sore joint(?)
Dandelion flowf
Appearance Common yellow-flowered plant with long, hollow stems. After flowering is finished, the flower transforms a sphere made out of hundreds of smaller white florets with seed heads at the bottom that connect to the flower head.
Located Warm and sunny places.
Use The white liquid is thought to be applied to bee stings. Leaves can be chewed.
Application Thought to soothe and heal bee stings. Its leaves can also be chewed to act like a painkiller.
Dock flowf
Appearance Common, large-leafed plant with a tangy smell and taste.
Located Doesn't grow well in mountains, best in leafy areas.
Use Soothes scratches, though can sting when being applied. Soothes sore pads. If placed in nests, it can ease the pain of wounds.
Application Chewed up and applied to scratches. Similar to sorrel. Also can be put in one's nest during sleep.
Elder leaves(1)
Elder leaves
Appearance The tree has grey-brown bark. it has relatively few branches. Leaves come in 5-7 bunches. They are oval shaped and have little jagged edges. Supposedly smells bad.
Located Old fields and meadows
Use Soothes sprains.
Application Turned into a poultice
Feverfew (1)
Fennel flowf
Appearance Thin, spiky leaves.
Located Found in numerous places, especially on dry soils near the sea/coast and on riverbanks
Use Helps pain in the hips.
Application Stalks are broken and juice is squeezed into the receiver's mouth.
Feverfew flowf
Appearance Small bush with flowers resembling daisies. Has a sharp tangy smell and small soft leaves.
Located Grows best along the water.
Use Reduces body temperature for patients with fever or chills. Also heals aches and pains, especially good for headaches
Application Eaten
Goatweed flowf
Appearance Plant with ovate leaves
Located (????)
Use Eases grief
Application (?)
Goldenrod flowf
Appearance A tall plant with bright, yellow flowers.
Located Fields(?)
Use Good for healing wounds
Application Chewed into a poultice
Hawkweed flowf
Appearance Small green plant with yellow and orange flowers
Located (i dont know)
Use Like catmint but not as strong
Heather nectar(1)
Heather nectar
Appearance Nectar found in bell-shaped flowers.
Located Best grown in shady areas.
Use Makes swallowing easier and sweetens mixtures
Application Included in herbal mixtures
Honey (1)
Honey flowf
Appearance You know what honey looks like you uncultured swine.
Use Soothes infections, is a great remedy for smoke-damaged or sore throats, helps patients swallow other concoctions, helps soothe coughing, and gives energy
Application Eaten or smeared on(?)
Horsetail (1)
Horsetail flowf
Appearance A tall, bristly-stemmed plant, referred to with fleshy stalks
Located Any marshy area
Use Treats infections and stops bleeding
Application Chewed to a poultice, and applied to wounds
Ivy leaf(1)
Ivy leaf
Appearance Leaves from the ivy vine
Located Shaded areas
Use useless
Application garbage
Juniper berries(1)
Juniper berries
Appearance Purple-blue berries from the dark green, spiky-leaved juniper bush
Located Dry spaces
Use Soothes bellyaches, gives strength, and helps troubled breathing. It is also used to help calm patients.
Application Chewed and eaten
Lamds ear(1)
Lambs ear
Appearance Soft, fuzzy green plant
Located Commonly found in the mountains
Use Gives a patients strength
Application (????)
Lavender flowf
Appearance A small purple flowering plant
Located Grown in human gardens. Can also be found in sunny spots with sandy or gravelly soil
Use Cures fever and chills. Also used to hide the scent of death. Also used to calm patients(?)
Application Placed under a patients nose and is to be inhaled constantly, or rubbed/placed on an animal's body to hide the scent of death
Appearance Leafy green plant that sort of tastes like celery(?)
Located Warm places
Use If it is mixed with bright-eye, it can help cure coughs
Application Mixed with bright-eye
Lungwort flowf
Appearance An herb with dark green leaves speckled with gray
Located Moors(?)
Use Cures yellowcough
Application Eaten
Mallow leaves
Appearance Large fuzzy three-nubbed leaves from a flowering shrub; sweet rose scent
Located Grows best near shore, but best collected at daytime, when they are dry.
Use Soothes bellyache
Application Eaten
Marigold flowf
Appearance A low-growing flower; yellow to bright orange
Located Near water
Use Stops infection. Stops bleeding. Used for inflammation of stiff joints
Application Petals or leaves chewed in a poultice. Juice can be used as well
Mint flowf
Appearance Downy, serrated leaves ranging from green to purple and yellow in color. Flowers are small and white or purple in color.
Located Damp cool soil
Use Hides the scent of death
Application Rubbed on a dead body
Mouse Bile(1)
Mouse bile flowf
Appearance Foul smelling, yellowish-green liquid
Located in a mouse
Use Loosens ticks. Lubricant
Application The liquid is stored in moss and dabbed onto ticks embedded in pelt
Oak Leaf(1)
Oak leaves
Appearance Round, cartoon-like ruffled leaves
Located All over the forest floor and collected in the fall
Use Stops infection from setting in
Application The dried leaves are to be stored in a dry location until the time of usage, when they are chewed into a thick poultice and spread on a wound
Parsley flowf
Appearance A long-stemmed plant with ragged-edged crinkly leaves, Sharp scent, tastes cold and fresh, tastes the same fresh or dried
Located Grows best in moist, well drained soil, with full sun
Use Stops a mother from producing milk if her kits die, don't need milk anymore, or are producing too much milk. Also used to cure bellyache.
Application Eaten
Poppy Seeds(1)
Poppy seeds flowf
Appearance Tiny, round black seeds that are shaken out of a dried poppy flowerhead. Can easily be mistaken for Foxglove seeds
Located Dry warm climates
Use They can help a cat sleep, soothe shock or distress, or ease pain. If a large amount of the seeds peelings are eaten, it can put the patient into a coma like state.
Application Chewed or eaten
Ragwort leaves flowf
Appearance Tall shrub with yellow flowers, sort of resembling a fern. Tastes foul.
Located Almost everywhere, especially in cool areas with high rainfall
Use Treats aching joints and keeps a cat's strength up
Application Crushed and chewed; commonly mixed with juniper berries, it can help aching joints
Raspberry leaf(1)
Raspberry leaf
Appearance Soft to the touch, but with jagged edges. Its bush has brambles and thorns.
Located Found on raspberry bushes
Use It could be a painkiller, or help stop bleeding during kitting
Application Eaten(?)
Rosemary flowf
Appearance Tall with needle-like leaves and white, pink, purple, or blue flowers
Located Unknown
Use Hides the scent of death
Application Put on the pelt of a dead cat to prepare for burial
Rush flowf
Appearance It has long narrow leaves and lavender-colored head stalks
Located Often grows in infertile soils in a wide range of moisture conditions
Use Used to bind broken bones
Application Helps hold a broken limb in place, such as a cast
Sorrel flowf
Appearance Similar to dock, sorrel is used as a traveling herb
Located unknown
Use Traveling herb, can also build up appetite
Application Eaten
Stick flowf
Appearance long and hard
Located Like anywhere on the ground
Use Keeps broken limbs in place if tied onto limb with bindweed. Keeps cats from gritting they're teeth
Application line it up with the broken limb and then tie it in place with bindweed. or just shove it in someones mouth
Stinging Nettle(1)
Stinging nettle flowf
Appearance It has green, spiny seeds. can cause itching if touched directly with skin
Located All over the forest.
Use Induces vomiting, or brings down swelling, respectively. Can be mixed with comfrey to help heal broken bones. Helps with wounds. Chewing the stems helps fight against infection
Application The seeds are eaten by a cat who's swallowed poison, or the leaves are chewed into a poultice for a wound. The stems can also be chewed
Sweet sedge(1)
Sweet sage
Appearance Thick green stem with long buds at the top
Located In shallow water or very swampy areas, doesn't grow in sand
Use Eases infection
Application One must swallow the sap
Tansy flowf
Appearance The tansy plant has round, yellow leaves, and has a very sweet and strong scent, making it good for disguising someones scent
Located (???)
Use Cures coughs. Can be used to cure wounds and poisons. Stops patients from getting greencough. Soothes throats. Can be extremely dangerous to pregnant patients.
Application To be consumed, but only in small doses
Tormentil flowf
Appearance It has a strong, aromatic scent to it and a sharp taste
Located Found in most cool or cold areas, but other types may be found in gardens
Use Its root is good for treating all wounds and extracting poison
Application Chewed and put on the wound
Thyme flowf
Appearance Small, delicate, thick, sticky leaves with a fresh tang
Located Best in hot, sunny locations
Use Calms nervousness, anxiety, and patients who are in shock
Application Leaves can be chewed on
Traveling Herbs(1)
Traveling herbs
Appearance Mixture consists of sorrel, daisy, chamomile, and burnet
Located (???)
Use When mixed together, they suppress hunger pains and give a patients strength.
Application Eaten
Watermint flowf
Appearance A green, leafy plant, with purple flowers at the end of its spiky stems
Located Usually found in streams or damp earth
Use Eases the suffering that originates from a bellyache
Application It is usually chewed into a pulp, and then eaten
Wild Garlic(1)
Wild garlic flowf
Appearance Extremely sharp and tangy scent. Grows in patches, and typically has a white bulb with green leaves. They can also produce a flower
Located In human gardens or in dry dirt
Use draws out poison in rat bites. Prevents infection
Application roll in it like a loser
Willow bark(1)
Willow bark
Appearance it looks like how you'd expect the bark of a willow tree to look like
Located On a willow tree
Use Eases Pain, such as headaches and cramps.
Application Chewed
Willow leaf(1)
Willow leaf
Appearance Long thin leaves on long thin vine like branches.
Located On a willow tree
Use Stops vomiting.
Application Eaten
Wintergreen flowf
Appearance Easily identifiable by its red berries
Located Oak-pine woods and sandy habitats to sub-alpine places.
Use Treats wounds and some poisons
Application I DONT KNOW
Yarrow flowf
Appearance A flowering plant with green, jagged leaves, a tangy scent and a bitter taste
Located Warm places near water
Use Extracts poison from wounds. Will make a patient vomit up toxins. The ointment will soften and help heal cracked pads.
Application Its leaves are chewed into a poultice that can be given to patients or applied to a wound
Death Berries, Yew Berries(1)
Death berries
Appearance Red berries from the dark-leaved, poisonous yew bush
Located Forests, among heavily bushed areas
Use Kills cats quickly and painfully.
Application Eaten
Foxglove seeds(1)
Foxglove seeds
Appearance Tiny, black seeds from the bell-shaped flower of the foxglove plant. Can easily be mistaken for poppy seeds
Located Almost everywhere, especially in temperate regions. Can easily be mistaken for poppy seeds.
Use Can cause paralysis and heart failure
Application Eaten
Holly berries[1]
Holly berries
Appearance Plant with spiny leaves that produces red berries with no medicinal value
Located unknown
Use unknown
Application unknown
Deadly nightshade(1)
Deadly nightshade
Appearance A small shrub with faintly scented, bell-shaped flowers that are purple tinged with green in color. Berries are shiny and black when ripe.
Located Moist, shady places. Often grows in places where the soils are rich in limestone
Use To quickly kill a cat who cannot be saved
Application Eaten
Categories and stuff
Willow leaves Eaten
Raspberry leaves Eaten
Poppy seeds(not for kits and queens)If you eat a fairly large amount of the peeling of poppy's then you can be put into a coma like state. Chewed or eaten
Infection Prevention
Burdock root poulticed
Chervil poulticed
Honey i guess you just... smear it on.. maybe don't use for infection.
Dried oak leaves poulticed
Stinging nettle chew it(risk vomiting)
Wild garlic around in it
Infection Cures
Burdock root poulticed
Chervil poulticed
Horsetail poulticed
Marigold poulticed
Sweet sage poulticed
Yarrow eaten(you're gonna vomit tho)
Watermint eaten(chew it a lot first)
Parsley eaten
Mallow leaves eaten
Juniper berries eaten
Chervil eaten
Dandelion the stem is poulticed
Comfrey root poulticed
Marigold poulticed
Stinging nettle poulticed/eaten(Risk vomiting when chewed+it itches a little bit)
Broken Bones
Cobwebs Wrap it around a stick to keep it from shifting
Stick Wrap in cobwebs and/or rush and/or bindweed to keep leg/s from shifting
Comfrey root poulticed
Rush Wrap it around a stick to keep leg/s from shifting
Bindweed Wrap it around a stick to keep leg/s from shifting
Stinging nettle poulticed(Risk vomiting when chewed+it itches a little bit)
Throat pain/cough
Honey Eaten
Tansy Eaten(If you eat too much too quick you will vomit)
Bright eye Eaten with lovage
Lovage Eaten with bright eye
Catmint/Catnip Smelled or eaten(best used for extreme cough)
Chickweed Eaten
Coltsfoot Chew it a lot(You can eat it but it will give you a stomachache. best used on kits)
Lungwort Eaten
Eye Treatment
Celandine crushed into juice, place directly on the eye
Marigold Crushed into juice
Chervil Crushed into juice
Sometimes you can use herbs meant for infection/painkillers, as long as you can crush them into juice.
Traveling Herbs
Sorrel Eaten Cures hunger more effectively than prey
Daisy Chewed or poulticed and applied to joints Eases the pain of aching joints
Chamomile Eaten Strengthens heart and soothes mind
Burnet Eaten Gives strength
Common Injuries/Illnesses

This doesn't include every single type of injury. (because i'm lazy) but it does include the most common ones. Broken bones, thorn in the paw, scratches, stomach ache. Ya know, all that basic stuff. Obviously for the non-basic stuff you can just combine cures together.(or tell me what you want added in the comments.)

Eye injuries
Preparation Feed the patient a generous amount of pain killers. Make sure that they are as numb as safely possible. If the patient is still overly distressed have an assistant hold their head still.
Treatment Drip the juice of eye treatment into the patients eye, be careful not to get anything else in there.
Recovery The patient shouldn't rub/scratch/strain the damaged eye/s for at least a few days. Meaning, don't look at anything too bright, don't paw at the damaged eye/s, don't go anywhere too dusty and don't swim (water gets in your eyes even if they are closed most of the time).
Time It could take a quite a few weeks for the patient to fully recover. Maybe three or four.
Broken Limbs
Preparation If the wound is open and bloody, read "Open Wounds" first. Feed them strong painkillers. Have another cat hold them down.
Treatment Give the patient a stick to chew, so they don't grit their teeth. Put another stick, a straight one about the size and shape of the broken bone, on the broken limb and try to move the bones back in place, try to make the bone straight using the stick as a guide. If the bones won't straighten, use precise force. Setting bones back in place.
Recovery It is very important that the patient does not preform any activities that might put stress on the broken bone/s. This means they won't be able to hunt, fight, play, or anything of that sort.
Time About Five to six weeks.
Thorn Damage
Preparation Thorns usually cause more discomfort than pain. If your patient seems to be in a lot of pain, feed them some mild painkillers. Carefully remove the thorn and then continue with the treatment.
Treatment Poultice swelling, infection and painkiller herbs, then apply them to the wound. If bleeding occurs, use cobwebs.
Recovery The patient should obviously not mess around with the wound. However if they do, it'd be easy to fix again. They can do whatever they want, as long as they don't go overboard.
Time A few days.
Preparation About three weeks into the pregnancy, the shecat's belly will seem swollen. She shouldn't do any hunting, swimming, fighting or anything similar while she is pregnant. If she is in pain, you may feed her any painkiller except poppyseeds.
Treatment Make sure the medic den is not over crowded. It should be quiet, warm and private. Feed the queen painkillers. Basically anything except poppyseeds. Give her a stick so she doesn't grit her teeth. Have her lay in a comfortable position. If she is distressed, then you must calm her. It's very important that the queen is calm and feels in control when she gives birth. The kittens should be cleansed and licked. You must ensure that they are breathing as soon as possible. They should also be nursing as soon as possible. If the queen has trouble producing milk, or if she has a lot of kits, feed her borage leaves. Borage leaves aren't necessary, but they do help. You can also give a queen traveling herbs for strength. Burnet is especially good for queens. Parsley can be used to stop a queen from producing milk.
Recovery The queen should be transferred to the nursery, but she should be monitored by a medicine cat. Sometimes queens get sick even after the birth goes well. She should stay in the nursery for at least four months.
Time About Five to six weeks.
Stomach Issues
Preparation Stomach pain isn't usually too serious. It's usually caused by the patient's diet. Too much of one thing can be bad, all cats must have variety in their diet to ensure that they are healthy. Most of the time you can just feed the patient a few herbs meant for bellyaches and then they'll be good again. But if it continues for more than four days, then something isn't right.
Treatment As stated before, feed the patient a few herbs meant for bellyache. Catnip can also help sometimes. Make sure they are well hydrated, water can help flush their system. Sometimes it's best to flush the patients system completely and get rid of anything inside them that may be causing the discomfort. To do this, feed them yarrow. It will make them vomit, but it might help. After vomiting, the patient may have a sore throat, feed them something like chickweed. Do not feed them honey, the sweetness might upset their stomach even more. Grass can also help with stomach aches. Bellyaches aren't always pains that you can cure. Parasites, poison and even cancer can cause stomach pain.
Recovery Monitor the patient and make sure no more pain occurs. If more pain occurs, try adding herbs and berries to their usual diet until the pain stops. Like juniper berries and chervil.
Time Not too long, maybe a few days.
Dislocated joint
Preparation The patient should not be putting any stress or pressure on the limb that's out of socket. Have them lay on their side, the dislocated joint should be facing upward instead of them laying on it. Feed the patient a small amount of painkillers, not a lot, most of the pain goes away on its own. Make sure that they are calm.
Treatment To relocate the limb, you must firmly grasp it, either with teeth or with paw, if you can. Quickly stretch the muscle outward, sort of as if you were trying to dislocate it from being dislocated (if that makes any sense) and release once its in the desired position. The bone should pop back into place, since that's where the muscles are going to pull it back to when you let go. Some doctors may recommend that you do this slowly, easing the joint instead of jerking it. Either process works, but taking things slow obviously takes longer. Sometimes the patient can relocate the joint themselves by stretching, however this causes more unnecessary pain and risk of tearing muscles.
Recovery After the joint is relocated, and the patient has calmed, the joint should be very sore. This is normal. If it doesn't go away after a day or two, feed them more pankillers and massage the pained muscles. Massaging the muscle won't feel too great, but it makes the pain go away quicker. Stretching has the same effect as massaging. Elder leaves and comfrey root (or something that has the same affect and application) can be poulticed to soothe the joint.
Time About a week. It should still feel sore from time to time, but it eventually goes away. The patient should avoid doing things that might dislocate the joint again while they heal.
Broken backbone
Preparation Your patient is either writhing in pain, in shock or unconscious. A broken backbone has two results, paralyzed or dead. You must make a hard decision, use up a bunch of herbs on a patient that has a very low chance of living, or end their suffering. If you choose to end their suffering, feed them deadly nightshade (or something with a similar affect. But if you choose to try and save them, place them somewhere comfortable. If they are unconscious skip to the treatment process. If they aren't unconscious, hold them still and nip at their backbone to find where the numbness starts. Once you find where the numbness starts, you've found where the backbone is broken. Mark it with some sort of pigment. (poulticed grass or berries work well) Proceed to feed the patient a large amount of poppy seeds to numb them completely.
Treatment Sooth the area around the broken bone. (if you still don't know where the bone is broken, just line the entire back bone with a poultice) Set the patient so that their back is as straight as possible. It doesn't matter if they're on their side, back or belly, but laying on their back or belly works best. The patient should be in and out of consciousness after the poppy seeds wear off. This doesn't mean they'll live, but its a good sign. After you're patient is fully awake, you'll need to monitor them closely.
Recovery A broken backbone can never be fully recovered from, and the best scenario afterwards is just being alive. You're patient will need to exercise regularly and be on a careful diet. A patient with a broken backbone can exercise by lifting themselves up off the ground in a sort of push-up manner. They should change positions often to prevent sores or disfigured muscle growth. Make sure your patient doesn't drag their belly on the ground, as this can cause scrapes and scratches on their belly (which is a very vulnerable place and more likely to get infected) Caterwauling/coughing sessions should be preformed every week or so, to prevent mucus from building up in the patients lungs.
Time It takes about five to six weeks for broken bones to heal themselves, but since your patients lower half is most likely paralyzed, this only means they won't be feeling any pain after five or six weeks. The best thing you can do for them at this point is make sure they stay busy and happy. (i apologize if some of this is incorrect, or there are better methods. i'm not too familiar with broken backbones)
Open Wounds
Preparation Quickly sterilize the wound by using wet moss, horsetail, or something similar.
Treatment Calm the patient, Stop the bleeding. You need to clean the wound before you stop the bleeding, so that way it doesn't get infected, but you also need to feed the patient painkillers so they don't freak out the entire time. There's a lot to do here. Use something like bindweed or cobwebs to hold together an infection prevention on the wound. The bigger the wound, the stronger the infection prevention herbs need to be. It's easy to avoid infection, it's more difficult to get rid of it.
Recovery Monitor the patients wound to make sure it doesn't get infected or tear open even more. The patient shouldn't paw or itch at the wound until it is healed over. They also shouldn't preform any activities that may disturb the wound or the herbs around it.
Time It all depends on how big the wound is. If the wound is a small scratch, then it should take a few days, but if it's a large gash then it could take months to fully heal.

Pain is just your body's way of
telling you to stop doing something

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