Juniper Berries: Stomache aches and coughs. Chew, swallow, and soon you'll be better. Horrible taste. Blue berries.
Broom: Good for broken legs and wounds. Chew into poultice and spit onto wound. Will sting.
Marigold leaves: Good for infected wounds. Chew into paste and spit onto the infected wound. Will sting.
Chervil root: Bellyaches. Eat.
Chervil leaves: For infected wounds and preventing infected wounds. Chew into paste and press the paste on the wound. It will sting.
Burdock root: Rat bites or other infected wounds. Press on wound. Will sting.
Alderbark: Toothaches. Eat.
Yarrow: Used to make cats vomit if eaten. Only give it to cats that ate something poisonous. Sometimes when cats are really sick yarrow is used to make the patient vomit out the sickness. That only works sometimes.
Feverfew: Helps chills, fevers, coughs, and headaches. Eat. Has bitter smell and taste.
Lavender: Helps chills, fevers, and coughs. Eat. Smells sweet. Light green leaves.
Catnip(Catmint): Whitecough, greencough, or black cough. Soft leaves with irrisistable smell and taste. Eat.
Goldenrod poultice: Aching joints. Rub onto spot that aches.
Poppy seeds: One of the most basic remedies. Eases pain and soothes the heart. Eat, but not too much at a time. Poppy seeds also help you fall asleep.
Mousebile: The name says it all. It's a mouses bile. A little green sack that comes out of the mouse. Press on ticks. Soon they'll drop off. Warning! Do NOT eat mousebile or you'll have that horrible taste in your mouth for days! to carry around, put mousebile in a big leaf and wrap up the leaf, and you can carry. Be sure to wash your paws when done. In a stream of course!!!!
Ragwort leaves and juniper berries poultice: aching joints. Don't eat!!!
Chamomile: Eat. Used for soothing cats in ditress. Tastes good.
Traveling herbs: One type is to give you strength. The other is to help you from feeling hungry. Eat before going on a long journey.
Cobwebs: The most basic rememdy. Used to stop bleeding. Press and hold cobwebs on wound until bleeding stops.
Horsetail: Infected wounds. Apply horsetail juice on the wound. It will sting.
Coltsfoot: Helps with breathing. Eat.
Watermint: The best cure for bellyaches. Eat. Has a really good minty taste, you'll know when you eat it.
Comfery: Small dark green leaved plant that blooms white, purple, or pale yellow flowers. Used for healing injuries and broken bones quicker.
Celandine: Good for soothing irritated eyes. Eat. Small medium shaded leaves with yellow flowers.
Deathberries: One of these berries will kill any cat without medicine cat treatment right away. If a cat its them(most likely a dopey kit), then scoop all the berry leftovers out of their mouth. Then force them to swallow yarrow. The cat will vomit out most of the poison, but not all of it. They will be very sick for the next few days. Has dark green leaves and scarlet berries. Otherwise known as 'yew'.
Nightshade: Has dark green leaves. There is three types of nightshade. Black nightshade is the most common. It has dark purple berries. Another kind has lighter red berries. Use yarrow as treatment just as deathberries. Grows well in wet places.
Ragwort: Even though ragwort is used for medicinal uses, it is highly poisonous, as it often gets cows and horses very sick. Use yarrow right away. Juniper also helps afterward.
Stinging nettle: only part of the plant is poisonous. The part that isn't poisonous is used for medicinal uses. This plant has sharp nettles that get snagged in your fur. If the nettles break the skin you will have a horrible itch for a few hours, maybe longer. Carefully remove nettles with teeth.
Poison oak and ivy: Poison plants that give horrible rashes to those who brush against them.
Poison ivy Poison oak
Warn your Clan about these plants, and to never, EVER eat them.
These plants are all poisonous to cats!
Apple Leaf Croton
Apricot (Pits of)
Avacado (fuit and pit)
Bird of Paradise
Cherry (pits, seeds & wilting leaves)
Cherry, most wild varieties
Crown of Thorns
Fruit Salad Plant
Giant Dumb Cane
Glacier IvyGolden Chain
Gold Dust Dracaena
Hahn's Self-Branching Ivy
Indian Rubber Plant
Jack in the Pulpit
Janet Craig Dracaena
Japanese Show Lily
Lacy Tree Philodendron
Lily of the Valley
Madagascar Dragon Tree
Mother-in Law's Tongue
Peach (pits and wilting leaves)
Poinsettia (low toxicity)
Saddle Leaf Philodendron
Snow on the Mountain
Spotted Dumb Cane
Star of Bethlehem
String of Pearls
Swiss Cheese plant
Tomato Plant (green fruit, stem and leaves)
Tropic Snow Dieffenbachia
---BIG thanks to http://www.cfainc.org/articles/plants.html , for the information!---