Herbs & Remedies List

There are a wide variety of plants and herbs that can be utilized medicinally across Komorrah. Below is a list of all the plants that can be found within Komorrah and a description of what they do and how they're used by Infidelis' creatures. Each plant has a picture, description, instructions on how your character may utilize that plant, and a location listed. You can click the link (or research it yourself) for more extensive information.

To use this list, you may scroll until you find something you're looking for, or you can utilize the "Find" feature on both computers and mobile devices. On the computer, you simply type CTRL+F (at the same time) and type in the keyword you want to search ("pain," "stomach," "inflammatory"). On mobile, you go into your browser settings and scroll until you find "Find" and enter the keyword from there.

However your character crushes leaves, makes "tea", applies topical solutions, etc. is up to you, but here are some guidelines for realism given that our dog characters are physically and mentally limited:

  • Making tea would most likely involve leaving water with herbs out in the sun for a couple hours. However, if your dog has means to figure out another way, such as bringing a pot of water to a heat source or stealing a pot of boiling water, that'd be fine, too! Just make sure it's realistic for a dog to know ~ they wouldn't right off the bat know where they can get some boiling water or find a heat source without first experiencing it.
  • Crushing leaves would most likely involve chewing the leaves and then spitting them out. However, if your dog can somehow acquire already crushed leaves from some place, that'd be fine!
  • Topical solutions would be applied by soaking the herb in water - similar to the "tea" - before rinsing the wound, bruise, or ailment with it.



Herbs List


ALFALFA
eat 1-2 crushed leaves daily
  • Anti-inflammatory
  • Soothes dry skin
  • Aids Digestion
  • Stimulates puppy growth
  • Location: dry, well-drained areas, the forest
ALOE
eat 1-2 leaves daily
  • Heals wounds quicker
  • Kills bacteria
  • Soothes skin irritations
  • Natural pain-reliever
  • Location: gardens, supermarkets (concentrated version)
ANISE
eat 1-3 leaves raw
  • Stimulant (catnip for dogs)
    • May make one hyperactive, "high", or sleepy
  • Location: gardens, supermarkets, human homes
BASIL
eat leaves raw / soak leaves in water and drink
  • Antioxidant / Antiviral
  • Anti-inflammatory
  • Treats joint pain
  • Aids mental health (stress, anxiety, depression)
  • Location: gardens, supermarkets, human homes
BURDOCK ROOT
eat root raw / soak in water and drink
  • Detox
  • Anti-inflammatory
  • Treats mange and other skin disorders
  • Location: anywhere
CALENDULA
eat raw leaves
  • Heals minor wounds, sprains, and bruises when applied topically
  • Anti-inflammatory
  • Provides relief from poison ivy, fleas, and other skin irritations
  • Soothes the stomach
  • Location: gardens, floral displays around the city, Waterstone Park
CATNIP
eat raw leaves
  • Supplement for vitamins and minerals
  • Induces sleep
  • Diuretic
  • Eases menstruation
  • Helps heal minor wounds
  • Location: gardens, Waterstone Park, the forest, Bay's Thicket
CHAMOMILE
soak leaves in water and drink
  • Sedative to help with insomnia and anxiety
  • Cures indigestion, gas, and vomiting
  • nti-inflammatory
  • Location: roadsides, open fields, gardens
DANDELION
eat leaves or flowers raw / soak leaves or flowers in water and drink
  • Supplement for vitamins and minerals
  • Diuretic / detox
  • Enhances digestive health
  • Mild pain-reliever
  • Location: roadsides, open fields, gardens
ECHINACEA
eat large amounts to fight internal infections / small amounts every few days for immune support
  • Immune-booster
  • Mild anti-bacterial (internal)
  • Extremely bitter taste
  • Location: gardens, floral displays around the city, the forest
GARLIC
eat 1-3 cloves daily for immune-boosting and antibacterial properties
  • Immune-booster
  • Anti-bacterial / Anti-viral (internal)
  • Repels fleas and ticks (external)
  • Location: supermarkets, gardens, restaurants
GINGER
eat a bit of the root itself to relieve digestive pain and nausea
  • Induces sweat to flush toxins
  • Relieves diarrhea, nausea, gas, and stomach pain
  • Enhances digestive health
  • Location: supermarkets, restaurants
GOLDENSEAL
eat a small amount of the root / soak leaves in water and drink
  • Aids digestion
  • Relieves diarrhea, nausea, gas, and stomach pain
  • Treats infected wounds
  • Kills parasites
  • Location: gardens, the forest, Waterstone Park, Bay's Thicket, in moist, but not "wet" soil
HAWTHORN
eat a few berries from the Hawthorn tree daily to improve heart function and circulation
  • Antioxidant
  • Stabilizes erratic heart activity
  • Prevents heart failure
  • Location: trees outside the Lafayette Village Apartments, Boudreaux; the berries often fall off the branches
LEMON BALM
soak 3 crushed leaves in water and drink or use as a rinse for external issues
  • Sedative to help with insomnia and anxiety
  • Muscle relaxant
  • Anti-bacterial / Anti-viral
  • Relieves minor aches and pain
  • Location: gardens, Waterstone Park, certain areas of the forest
LICORICE
soak 3 crushed leaves in water and drink or use as a rinse for external issues
  • Anti-inflammatory
  • Relieves pain and itch
  • Enhances digestive health
  • Treats skin disorders
  • Location: gardens, shaded areas with moist soil, Waterstone Park
MILK THISTLE
eat 3 crushed leaves minimum daily, dosage depends on dog's size
  • Antioxidant
  • Anti-inflammatory
  • Detox
  • Treats longterm symptoms of fever, digestive problems, and muscle pain
  • Location: anywhere
MULLEIN
eat flowers to treat ear infections and cough / crush leaves with water and apply topically as a poultice
  • Anti-bacterial / Anti-viral
  • Cures cough
  • Fights ear infections
  • Treats minor wounds / insect bites (external)
  • Location: in areas with dry soil, gardens, supermarkets
NETTLE
eat leaves raw / soak leaves in water to make a rinse
  • Anti-bacterial / Astringent / Antihistamine
  • Supplement for vitamins and minerals
  • Energy booster
  • Treats allergies and skin irritations
  • Location: by rivers, lakes, and streams with plenty of sunlight, Waterstone Park, gardens
OREGANO
eat leaves raw for medical benefits
  • Anti-fungal
  • Aids digestion
  • Treats diarrhea and gas
  • Location: gardens, human homes, supermarkets
PARSELY
soak leaves in water and drink
  • Immune-booster
  • Supplement for vitamins and minerals
  • Anti-inflammatory / Antiseptic
  • Treats bad breath
  • Location: gardens, human homes, supermarkets
ROSE
soak leaves in water and drink or make a rinse
  • Anti-bacterial (internal)
  • Astringent (the stems)
  • Treats dry / itchy skin (external)
  • Treats minor wounds (external)
  • Location: gardens, Waterstone Park, planters around the city, supermarkets
ROSEMARY
eat leaves raw / soak leaves in water to make a rinse
  • Antioxidant / Antimicrobial
  • Aids in a healthy heart
  • Aids digestion
  • Insect repellant (external)
  • Location: gardens, human homes, supermarkets
ST JOHNS WORT
crush leaves with water and apply topically as a poultice / leaves can be eaten in moderation
  • Anti-bacterial / Anti-viral / Antidepressant (internal)
  • Excells healing
  • Treats aggression / anxiety
  • Location: gardens, Waterstone, human homes
SLIPPERY ELM (TREE)
crush leaves with water and apply topically as a poultice / leaves can be eaten in moderation
  • Anti-inflammatory / Soothes sore throats
  • Aids digestion
  • Treats minor wounds (external)
  • Treats gastrointestinal issues like diarrhea and constripation
  • Location: Waterstone
TURMERIC
eat a small bite of the root daily
  • Anti-inflammatory / Antioxidant/li>
  • Supplement for vitamins and minerals
  • Aids digestion
  • Aids in keeping heart & mental health stable
  • Location: supermarkets
BAMBOO
Bamboo, found outside of Asian restaurants in in-ground flower beds, is often used to splint broken bones. Dogs should look for a sturdy piece of bamboo that's smooth to the touch, green, and difficult to break. Bamboo is the preferred material for splinting because it is both smooth and strong.
COBWEBS
When bunched up in a thick layer, cobwebs can help stop bleeding in wounds and deep lacerations. It is not recommended for dogs to carry this with their mouths ;) (yuck!)

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