Little Daisy

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

The little daisy is a plant with a ring of circular leaves and small flowers. The flowers are white with a tinge of pink on the ends of the petals. When budding, the flowers look like pink and white balls covered with a leaf. The leaves are low to the ground and are a light olive green. The plant is usually smaller than 4 inches (10 centimeters) high.

Properties :

The leaves aid in the healing of wounds when applied to wound and dissolves coagulated blood as well. When eaten, it can help soothe the throat and clear out lungs.

As a poultice the leaves and roots are healing and cleansing. This same poultice is also useful for bruises, bumps and assorted skin troubles in cats. The soothing nature of the leaves is also apparent in the ability of the plant to improve trouble breathing.

Related Knowledge
Complaints : Burn, Broken Bone (Open), Abrasion, Blackcough, Broken Bone (Closed), Chronic Cough, Dislocated hip, Dislocated shoulder, Fleas,
Symptoms : Infection,
Species :
Seasonal Availabilities by Territory *
Spring
Summer
Fall
Winter
* To find a plant that is not available in an area, it must first be approved by the Game Admins. Please PM one of the Admin Team for that permission.
^ 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 Leaves
When to Collect : Early New-leaf thru Late Leaf-fall.
How to Collect : Select leaves of healthy color and lacking in damage and, using the teeth, remove by biting through where they connect to the plant.
How to Preserve : Dry the leaves throughly in full sunshine.
How to Store : Store in loose piles in a cool, dry place.
Collecting & Storing Roots
When to Collect : Late Green-leaf thru mid leaf-fall
How to Collect : Select roots of firm texture, avoiding those that are soft or worm-eaten.
How to Preserve : Wash the roots in moving water, then dry carefully in full sunshine.
How to Store : Store in loose piles in a cool, dry place.
Detailed Usage Information
Leaves : Chew and apply externally to remove dried blood and scab of a wound that requires reopening
Leaves : Chew and apply externally to aid in the healing of open wounds such as lacerations or boils
Leaves : Chew and apply externally to help relive swelling
Leaves : Consume to aide in the relief of breathing troubles
Roots : Chew and apply externally to remove dried blood and scab of a wound that requires reopening
Roots : Chew and apply externally to aid in the healing of open wounds such as lacerations or boils
Roots : Chew and apply externally to help relive swelling