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

A tall leafy tree with spreading branches that radiate from the thick trunk. The leaves are shed every fall and reappear in the spring. During the course of the year they’re a dark green and smooth in texture, but they turn to a red or brown shade as they dry.

Properties :

The oak is a common tree with a great many uses. The tree may be used to stop both vomiting and diarrhea. It also increases the flow of urine and can aid in flushing a poison from the system of a cat. The oak also aids with troubles of the kidney and liver.

Related Knowledge
Complaints : Poisoning, Snakebite, Abrasion,
Symptoms : Severe Pain, Abdominal Pain, Abrasions, Diarrhea, Envenomation, Laceration,
Species :
Seasonal Availabilities by Territory *
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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 Acorn (Seeds)
When to Collect : Leaf-fall, just as the seeds are ready to drop
How to Collect : Take only seeds that have intact shells, and only those that come from the branches (never use windfall acorns). Seeds should be of good color and rich odor.
How to Preserve : Set out in full sun long enough to dry the outer shell.
How to Store : Store in a cool, dry place away from the light. Keep in a single layer so rot is easier to spot
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Collecting & Storing Inner Bark
When to Collect : New-leaf, as the thaw begins
How to Collect : Using the claws, carefully remove the bark in sections a paw's width across and a tail's length long. Once the outer bark is removed, the process is repeated to remove the inner bark.
How to Preserve : Dry the strips of inner bark in the shade.
How to Store : Store in a cool, dry place in loose piles. Care should be taken to rotate often, as any moisture will destroy the herb.
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Collecting & Storing Leaf Buds
When to Collect : New-leaf, as they emerge
How to Collect : Gently remove the leaf buds from the branches, taking care to take only the freshest and greenest.
How to Preserve : Set out in full sun until fully dry.
How to Store : Store in a cool, dry place in loose piles.
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Detailed Usage Information
Acorn (Seeds) : Consume to remove diarrhea [ EDIT ]
Acorn (Seeds) : Consume to flush poison from a cat's system [ EDIT ]
Acorn (Seeds) : Consume to increase urination and flush the kidneys [ EDIT ]
Acorn (Seeds) : Consume to eliminate vomiting [ EDIT ]
Inner Bark : Chew and apply to a wound to aid in clotting [ EDIT ]
Inner Bark : Consume to remove diarrhea [ EDIT ]
Inner Bark : Chew to eliminate nausea and vomiting [ EDIT ]
Leaf Buds : Consume to aid in the softening of hardened kidneys & relief of kidney pain [ EDIT ]
Leaf Buds : Consume to aid in the relief of liver troubles [ EDIT ]