61 total herbs. Thanks to Bluestarrox97 for the original YouTube video.

Traveling herbs: Consists of burnet, chamomile, daisy, and sorrel. Used to give a cat more strength and energy, and it keeps cats from getting hungry for a long time

Watermint: Pases the suffering that originates from a bellyache

Wild garlic: Prevents infection, especially in rat bites

Honey: Soothes infections, smoke-damaged or sore throats, helps cats swallow other concoctions, helps soothe coughing, and gives energy

Lamb's ear: Gives a cat strength

Sweet Sedge: Eases infection

Stinging nettle: Induces vomiting, or brings down swelling. Can be mixed with comfrey to help heal broken bones, helps with wounds

Mouse bile: Used for ticks

Sticks: Distracts cats from pain. Recommended for queens giving birth

Rush: Helps hold a broken limb in place; acts like a cast

Tree Barks:

Alder Bark: Eases toothaches.

Willow bark: Eases pain  


Beech leaves: Used by Thunderclan for carrying other herbs.

Blackberry leaves: Eases the swelling of bee stings.

Catmint/Catnip: Best remedy for greencough, and can also be used for whitecough.

Daisy leaf: Eases the pain of aching joints.

Thyme: Calms nervousness, anxiety, and cats who are in shock.

Willow leaves: Stops vomiting.

Ivy leaf: Used by Shadowclan to store other herbs.

Mallow leaves: Soothes bellyache.

Mint: Hides the scent of death.

Oak leaf: Stops infection from setting in.

Ragwort leaves: Treats aching joints and keeps a cat's strength up.

Raspberry leaves: Eases pain or stops bleeding.

Sorrel: Traveling herb Flowers:   

Burnet: Keeps a cat's strength up.

Heather Nectar: Makes swallowing easier and sweetens mixtures.

Celandine: Soothes damaged eyes.

Chamomile: Strengthens the heart and soothes the mind, and also gives strength.

Coltsfoot: Eases breathing or kitten-cough, as well as cracked or sore pads.

Dandelion: Soothes and heals bee stings. The leaves can be chewed to act as a painkiller.

Fennel: Helps pain in the hips.

Feverfew: Reduces fevers and chills. Also heals aches and pains, and it is especially good for headaches.

Goldenrod: Good for healing wounds.

Yarrow: Extracts poison from wounds, will make a cat vomit up toxins. The ointment will soften and help heal cracked pads.

Wintergreen: Treats wounds and poisons.

Tormentil: Its root is good for treating all wounds and extracting poison.

Tansy: Cures coughs, can be used to cure wounds and poisons. Stops cats from getting greencough. Soothes throats.

Lavender: Cures fever and chills. Also a herb to hide the scent of death.

Marigold: Stops infection and bleeding. Used for inflammation of stiff joints.

Rosemary: Hides the scent of death

Nuts And Berries:

Cob Nuts: Made into ointments.

Juniper berries: Soothes bellyaches, gives strength, and helps troubled breathing. It is also used to help calm cats.

Poppy seeds: Can help a cat sleep, soothe shock or distress, or ease pain.

Not recommended for nursing queens.   


Cobwebs: Soaks up and stops (or slows) bleeding. It may also be used to bind broken bones.

Roots And Weeds:

Burdock root: Lessens and heals pain of infected rat bites.

Bindweed: Fastens sticks to broken legs to keep them in place.

Catchweed: Stops poultices from being rubbed off without hurting the skin.

Chickweed: Treats greencough, though catmint is often preferred.

Comfrey root: Repairs broken bones or soothes wounds. Also used for wrenched claws, itching, or for inflammation on stiff joints.

Dock: Soothes scratches, but might sting when applied. Soothes sore pads.

Horsetail: Treats infection and stops bleeding

Ragweed: Gives a cat extra strength and energy

Snakeroot: Heals poison   

Herbs Used For Kitting:

Borage leaves: Produces more and better milk and brings down fevers. Flowers: Chervil: Used for infected wounds and bellyaches. May also be used during kitting. ​Parsley: Stops a queen from producing milk, and also cures bellyache. ​