Daisy

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Daisy
Cat Given Name : Daisy
Other Name(s) :
Description :

A perennial in which a collection of green, slightly leafy stalks grow from a central root cluster. The stalks are topped with a paw-sized flower of white petals and a yellow center. Stalks are generally taller than your average cat’s ears (26 inches / 66 Centimeters). Care must be taken to avoid confusing Daisy with the Little Daisy, which is similar but smaller and in possession of different leaves.

Properties :

Daisy is cooling, prized to reduce swelling and inflammation.

Related Knowledge
Complaints : Burn, Broken Bone (Open), Abrasion, Broken Bone (Closed), Dislocated hip, Dislocated shoulder, Fleas,
Symptoms : Infection,
Species :
Seasonal Availabilities by Territory *
Spring
Summer
Fall
Winter
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^ The listed seasons are those in which the herb is ready in some way for harvest. Consult the collection methods below for details.
Collecting & Storing Flowers
When to Collect : Late New-leaf thru late Green-leaf
How to Collect : Bite the flowers off where they meet the stems, taking care to select the healthiest flowers that have newly bloomed.
How to Preserve : Lay in the sun to dry.
How to Store : Store in loose piles in a cool, dry place.
Collecting & Storing Leaves
When to Collect : Early New-leaf
How to Collect : Bite the leaves off where they connect to the stems, taking care to select those that are healthy, green, and newly grown.
How to Preserve : Lay in the sun to dry.
How to Store : Store in loose piles in a cool, dry place.
Collecting & Storing Stems
When to Collect : Early New-leaf
How to Collect : Bite the stem off above the roots. Trim off the leaves and any flower buds with the teeth. Take care to select young, healthy stems only.
How to Preserve : Lay in the sun to dry, using a branch or other tool to angle the former top of the stem downwards.
How to Store : Store in loose piles in a cool, dry place.
Detailed Usage Information
Flower : Chew and apply to heated or swollen wounds to cool and reduce swelling.
Leaves : Chew and apply to a swollen joint to reduce swelling.
Leaves : Have the patience chew a few leaves for mouth wounds that are swollen and irritated.
Stems : Chew and apply to a swollen joint to reduce swelling.