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Spoiler warning: Plot and/or ending details follow. A medicine cat’s main job is to heal their fellow Clanmates of their wounds and sicknesses. They have many ways of doing so, mostly through herbs and berries kept in the medicine cat’s herb store inside their den. It has been noted by […]

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A medicine cat’s main job is to heal their fellow Clanmates of their wounds and sicknesses. They have many ways of doing so, mostly through herbs and berries kept in the medicine cat’s herb store inside their den. It has been noted by Erin Hunter that these remedies should never be used on pet cats, and that sick pets should be seen to by a vet instead.[1]

Medicines and Herbs


    = Treatment of wounds
    = Treatment of diseases
    = Poison
    = Other


Alder Bark

Alder tree, alder bark
Scientific name: Alnus glutinosa[2]
Description: Dark gray bark, fissured. Younger trees can also have greenish bark. Branches can sometimes be sticky.[2]
Location: Along rivers, can also grow in swampy areas.[2] Can be found during the snowy season.[3]
Usage: Chewed
Effect: Eases toothaches.[3]


Beech Leaves

Beech tree, beech nuts, and beech leaves
Scientific name: Fagus sylvatica[5]
Description: Has broad, shiny leaves.[6] Can have a variety of leaf colors, but typically are green, yellow,[5] or golden,[7] and can also be smaller or short. Female trees typically produce beech nuts. Bark can be thin, smooth, and gray in color.[5]
Location: ThunderClan territory.[6] Grows well in moist, deep, and rich soil.[5]
Usage: Unknown
Effect: Nuts are good for attracting prey.[7]
  • In Thunderstar’s Echo, Clover and Thistle accidentally bring Cloud Spots and Shivering Rose beech leaves, though they are actually meant to be looking for dock leaves. Thistle claims they look the same, although Shivering Rose is annoyed with this.[6]
  • In The Sight, Spiderleg suggests that they hunt near a beech tree, since there are always beechnuts on the ground this late in leaf-bare. The patrol goes there and sees prey scurrying after beechnuts under the beech tree’s golden leaves.[7]



Scientific name: Convolvulus tricolor[8]
Description: Blue petals with white throat and yellow center. Typically blooms in warmer weather. Stems contain green leaves.[8]
Location: Clear Sky’s territory.[9]
Usage: Helps bind sticks together.[9]
Effect: When combined with sticks, can help mend a broken leg and keep it in-place.[9]

Birch sap


Birch sap
Scientific name: None
Description: A thick, sticky liquid commonly found in or on trees.
Location: RiverClan’s lake territory. [12]
Usage: Unknown
Effect: Unknown


Blackberry Leaves

Blackberries, blackberry leaves
Scientific name: Rubus fruticosus ‘Chester’[13]
Description: Plant itself carries pinkish-white flowers, each flower has five petals and produces one fruit crop a year. Grows in sunny areas.[13] Carries a sharp scent.[14]
Location: Almost anywhere; they are very handy plants.[source?]
Usage: These leaves are chewed into a pulp.[15]
Effect: Mixed into a poultice to ease the pain of bee stings.[15]
  • In SkyClan’s Destiny, Echosong asks Frecklepaw, her apprentice, to fetch blackberry leaves from the medicine den.[16] Echosong crushes the leaves into a mixture, and uses them on the wounds that Leafstar obtained from being stung by bees.[15]
  • In Code of the Clans, a blackberry is used to describe the size of a kit’s paws.[17]

The Blazing Star

The blazing star (herb)

The Blazing Star, smoothstem blazingstar[18]
Scientific name: Mentzelia laevicaulis[18]
Description: The Blazing Star is a plant with spiky leaves and yellow flowers, whose five petals spread out separately and resemble a star.[19]
Location: It is found on the side of the Thunderpath, near the pine forest.[20]
Usage: Unknown
Effect: The Blazing Star is a rare healing herb that is used to cure the early settlers of an unknown disease. [20]


Borage Leaves

Borage, borage leaves
Scientific name: Borago officinalis[21]
Description: It is easily distinguished by its small blue or pink star-shaped[22] petals[21] and hairy leaves.[22] Can be distinguished by smell just as well as sight.[23] The best leaves are typically halfway up the stem, and has a zesty scent to them.[24] Leaves can be dark green[25] or gray-green in color,[21] soft,[26] and they lose their flavor when they are dried out.[21]
Location: The lake and ridge[27] near RiverClan territory.[28] Forestland in ThunderClan territory.[23] Near ThunderClan’s old camp in the forest during the early Clan days.[26]
Usage: Chewed and eaten.[22]
Effect: It produces more and better milk.[29] It also brings down fevers.[30][22] Helps sooth bad bellies and relieves tight chests.[24]
  • In Moth Flight’s Vision, Cloud Spots tells Micah and Moth Flight that there is a patch of borage that will be purple with flowers come greenleaf.[26] They pick off some of the leaves from the borage stems to take back to ThunderClan’s camp. Cloud Spots explains that Milkweed has just had kits, and he wants to make sure that the nursing queen has enough milk to feed her newborns.[31]
  • In Twilight, Cinderpelt gives Brightheart a small bundle of borage leaves to help bring down Mousefur’s fever.[30]
  • In The Sight, Leafpool asks Hollypaw to get borage leaves for Graystripe and Millie,[27] but she mistakenly grabs yarrow instead.[32]
  • In Long Shadows, Leafpool mentions to Jaypaw that ThunderClan is low on borage leaves, which can be used to bring down fevers. She also mentions that she will need to go into the forest to look for it.[23]
  • In Sunrise, Jayfeather fetches borage leaves for Whitewing, who needs help with producing milk for Dovekit and Ivykit.[29]
  • In Secrets of the Clans, borage leaves are mentioned to be extremely helpful when a queen’s supply of milk is low. It is also mentioned to bring down fevers.[22]



Bright Eyes, garden phlox
Scientific name: Phlox paniculata[33]
Description: Light pink with darker pink in the middles.[33]
Location: Sunny areas, wooded areas, thickets.[33]
Usage: Crushed into a poultice mixture.[34]
Effect: Mix with lovage to help cure coughs.[34]



Scientific name: Cytisus scoparius[35]
Description: Shrubs with small leaves and small yellow flowers. Flowers are often solitary, but can also come in pairs.[35]
Location: Grows in ThunderClan’s forest territory. Can be found during the snowy season.[3]
Usage: Ground into a poultice.[3]
Effect: Used in poultices that can help broken legs and wounds.[3]
  • In Forest of Secrets, Cinderpaw mentions that Yellowfang had asked her to find broom, which can still be found while there is snow on the ground.[3]

Burdock root

Burdock Root

Burdock, burdock root
Scientific name: Arctium minus[36]
Description: Tall-stemmed thistle with a sharp smell and dark leaves.[37][22] Has a bitter taste.[38]
Location: SkyClan’s territory by the gorge.[39]
Usage: The root is dug up, the soil is washed off, and then it is chewed into a pulp.[22]
Effect: Soothes and heals rat bites[22] especially if they are infected.[40] Can give cats a bellyache if they eat too much of it.[38] Numbs rat bite to the point a cat cannot feel the pain.[41] Also good for infected paws and other sores.[42]
  • In Secrets of the Clans, burdock root is mentioned to be a root especially good for healing rat bites, although it needs to be dug up and cleaned off before it can be used.[22]
  • In Yellowfang’s Secret, Sagewhisker asks Yellowfang to fetch burdock root to help Scorchwind’s rat bite.[43]
  • In Firestar’s Quest, Petal and Echosong find a whole pile of burdock root, which they gather and bring back to their camp.[39]
  • In Midnight, Cinderpelt questions Leafpaw about the usages of burdock root. Leafpaw explains that they are used for rat bites, especially infected ones.[40] Leafpaw tries to communicate burdock root to her sister, Squirrelpaw, as the two sisters have a deep connection sent by StarClan.[38]Tawnypelt is later given the mixture of burdock root, and her wound starts to heal.[44]Midnight later applies another mixture of burdock root to Tawnypelt’s wounds, and mentions that burdock root is good for many things.[42]
  • In Moonrise, it is mentioned that Tawnypelt is recovering from her rat bite due to Midnight’s collection of burdock root.[45]



Scientific name: Sanguisorba officinalis[46]
Description: Medium green-colored basal leaves. Can occasionally have spikes of purple flowers.[46]
Location: ThunderClan territory in the forest.[47] Sunny areas.[46]
Usage: A traveling herb.[47] The leaves are swallowed.[48]
Effect: Used to give strength. Good for expecting queens.[48]



Catchweed, catchweed bedstraw, catchweed burrs
Scientific name: Galium aparine L.[49]
Description: A plant with fuzzy green balls on long stems.[50]
Location: It is common in hedges and other low, shrubby vegetation.[49] Found in ThunderClan territory.[51]
Usage: The burrs are put on the pelt where poultices are.[50]
Effect: Stops poultices from being rubbed off without hurting the skin.[50]
  • In Moth Flight’s Vision, Moth Flight mentions that Cloud Spots had taught her how to use catchweed.[51]
  • In The Sight, Mothwing recommended this herb to Jaypaw to help stop Stormfur’s poultice from getting rubbed off.[50]



Catmint, catnip
Scientific name: Nepeta racemosa[52]
Description: A leafy and delicious-smelling plant.[22] Has gray-green leaves, stem is hairy, and has purple flowers.[52] Is easily killed by frost.[53] Looks like nettles, but doesn’t sting.[54]
Location: Rarely found in the wild; mostly found in Twoleg gardens.[22] Can specifically be found in the Twolegplace near ThunderClan’s forest territory.[55] Can also be found in WindClan territory by the lake.[56] Located in a Twoleg barn near WindClan’s forest territory during the early days of the Clans.[57] Found in the abandoned Twoleg nest.[58] Thrives in areas with dry soil and is very tolerant of dryer conditions.[52]
Usage: Eaten.[59]
Effect: Best remedy for the deadly greencough, which cats, mainly kits and elders, usually catch in the season of leaf-bare. Can also be used for whitecough.[22] Can be considered dangerous in extremely high dosages.[52]
  • In Secrets of the Clans, Cloud Spots is revealed to have discovered catmint.[60] It is also mentioned to be the best cure for whitecough and greencough.[22]
  • In Moth Flight’s Vision, Micah explains to Moth Flight what catmint is. Micah claims that he has had dreams of bringing catmint to help a sick kit.[54]Star Flower finds this out, and pleads with Clear Sky to allow Micah to treat Tiny Branch in an attempt to save the small kit.[61] Moth Flight later uses catmint to help cure Rocky, who has fallen ill.[57]
  • In Bluestar’s Prophecy, Featherwhisker mentions that it is better to gather catmint once the dew has burned off of the plants. This makes it easier to gather dryer sprigs so they do not rot while in the medicine cat den.[62]
  • In Sunset, Leafpool travels to the abandoned Twoleg nest near ShadowClan territory, and returns with catmint.[58]
  • In Long Shadows, Jaypaw finds out from Brightspirit, a StarClan cat, that WindClan has a supply of catmint.[63] Jaypaw eventually sends Lionblaze to find it,[64] and while he gets into a brief quarrel with Heathertail, he eventually takes the catmint and leaves.[65]



Celandine, celandine poppy, greater celandine
Scientific name: Stylophorum diphyllum[66] or Chelidonium majus[67]
Description: Yellow flower with four petals. Celandine poppy have bigger petals, whereas the greater celandine are smaller.[66][67]
Location: Grows on both ThunderClan[68] and RiverClan’s territories, but possibly grows better on ThunderClan land.[69]
Usage: Crushed into juice and trickled into the eye.[70]
Effect: Soothes weakened[69] or damaged eyes.[70]
  • In Midnight, Cinderpelt sends Leafpaw to look for celandine. She is joined by Sorreltail,[68] and the two ThunderClan cats meet up with a RiverClan patrol.[71] They exchange words, and Leafpaw gives Hawkfrost and Mistyfoot some of ThunderClan’s celandine to give to Mothwing.[69]
  • In Sunrise, Littlecloud suggests to Mothwing to drip a small amount of a celandine juice into Petalkit’s eye, as the kit had gotten a thorn stuck in it.[70]



Scientific name: Chamaemelum nobile[72]
Description: A small, white flower with a large, yellow center.[72]
Location: Can be found in Twoleg gardens.[47] Can be found in sandy-like soil. Best in cooler areas.[72]
Usage: Eaten.[47]
Effect: Strengthens the heart and soothes the mind. Also given to traveling cats for strength.[73]
  • In Rising Storm, Yellowfang mentions adding chamomile to Bluestar’s traveling herb mixture. Fireheart questions Yellowfang, saying that chamomile isn’t one of the herbs added into the mixture. Yellowfang hushes him, saying that she wanted to give Bluestar something to heal her heart, as well as give her strength.[73]
  • In The Fourth Apprentice, Brightheart and Jayfeather recall which traveling herbs are included in the mixture, and the two are able to successfully come up with the right mixture. Jayfeather sends Brightheart to go look for chamomile, saying that it should be on ThunderClan’s territory.[47]



Scientific name: Anthriscus cerefolium[74]
Description: A sweet-smelling plant with large, leafy, fern-like leaves and small white flowers.[22] The roots are described as being knobby and brown.[75]
Location: Snakerocks in the forest territories,[76] and just outside the medicine den in SkyClan’s gorge territory[77]
Usage: Chewed to extract the juice of the leaves or the root.[22]
Effect: For infected wounds and bellyache, respectively.[22] Can also be used during kitting.[78]



Scientific name: Stellaria media[79]
Description: Tall-stemmed plant with fat, almond-shaped leaves.[source?]
Location: In the forest territories, it grew near Sunningrocks.[80]
Usage: Eaten.[source?]
Effect: Treats greencough, though catnip is often preferred.[81]
  • In Moonrise, Cinderpelt and Leafpaw gather chickweed at Sunningrocks.[81]
  • In the Bonus Scene of Lost Stars, Kestrelflight explains that Jayfeather was supposed to be gathering chickweed, but instead got elder leaves.[82]

Cob nuts


Cob nuts
Scientific name: Scientific name
Description: A smooth brown nut with a hard outside shell. A type of hazelnut.[source?]
Location: In, under or near hazel trees that grow in sunny spots.[source?]
Usage: Made into ointments.[83]
Effect: Unknown
  • Cob nuts were mentioned by Snowpaw in Bluestar’s Prophecy when she suggested they use some from Goosefeather’s store to attract the prey out of their burrows.[83]



Scientific name: Scientific name
Description: Long, thin, shiny strands spun into a web by spiders. Very common.[source?]
Location: All around the forest.[84]
Usage: Press over wound.[85]
Effect: To soak up and stop, or slow, the bleeding.[86] It may also be used to bind broken bones.[87]


Scientific name: Tussilago farfara
Description: A flowering plant with yellow or white flowers resembling dandelions. Grows best in newleaf.[90]
Location: Grows by a waterfall in RiverClan’s forest territory.[91] It also grows well in ShadowClan’s lake territory.[92]
Usage: Leaves chewed into a pulp.[93]
Effect: Eases breathing or kitten-cough,[94] as well as cracked or sore pads.[93]
  • In the Bonus Scene for Lost Stars, Jayfeather accidentally gives Finleap coltsfoot instead of watermint.[95]

Comfrey root


Comfrey root
Scientific name: Symphytum officinale [96]
Description: It has large leaves, small bell-shaped flowers, which are pink, white, or purple, and fat, brown roots.[source?] Tangy smell.[97]
Location: Damp, grassy places.[source?]
Usage: Roots are chewed into a poultice.[98] Can also be lined in one’s nest.[99]
Effect: Repairs broken bones[87] or soothes wounds.[100] Also used for wrenched claws.[100] Can be used for itching[101] or for inflammation on stiff joints.[102] Also eases stiffness on wrenched shoulders when lined in a nest.[99] Can be used for burns.[103]

Daisy leaf


Daisy leaf
Scientific name: Bellis perennis[104]
Description: Thick, dark green, oval shaped leaves.[source?]
Location: ThunderClan lake territory[105]
Usage: Chewed into a paste.[106]
Effect: Eases the pain of aching joints.[107] It is also a traveling herb.[108]
  • In Sunrise, Jayfeather brings a daisy leaf to Mousefur to smell, thinking it might be the mystery herb that Leafpool mixed in with the tansy.[109]
  • In The Fourth Apprentice, Jayfeather gives Dustpelt some daisy leaves for his back pain.[110]



Scientific name: Taraxacum platycarpum [111]
Description: Common yellow-flowered plant with long, hollow stems. After flowering is finished, the flower transforms a sphere made out of hundreds of smaller white florets with seed heads at the bottom that connect to the flower head.[source?]
Location: Almost everywhere.[source?]
Usage: The white liquid is thought to be applied to bee stings. Leaves can be chewed.[112] The roots can also be used to help cure the effects of meadow saffron poisoning.[113]
Effect: Thought to soothe and heal bee stings. Its leaves can also be chewed to act like a painkiller.[112]

Dock/Dock leaf

Dock Leaf

Dock/Dock leaf
Scientific name: Rumex obtusifolius[114]
Description: Common, large-leafed plant with a tangy smell[115] and taste.[116]
Location: Doesn’t grow well in mountains, best in leafy areas.[117]
Usage: Chewed up and applied to scratches. Similar to sorrel.[118] Also can be put in one’s nest during sleep.[119]
Effect: Soothes scratches,[120] though can sting when being applied.[121] Soothes sore pads.[122] If placed in nests, it can ease the pain of wounds.[119] Can be used to help practice healing on Clanmates.[6]
  • In Thunderstar’s Echo, Cloud Spots asks Thistle and Clover to hunt down dock leaves, so Shivering Rose can use them to practice what she needs to do in case her Clanmates get hurt. Thistle claims dock leaves look like beech leaves, when they mistakenly bring back beech leaves instead.[6]
  • In Twilight, Mothwing fetches it for Tumblekit to vomit on.[123]

Elder leaves

Elder leaves

Elder leaves
Scientific name: Sambucus nigra [124]
Description: Leaves from the Elder tree.[source?]
Location: Often found in 5-9 leaflets.[source?]
Usage: Turned into a poultice.[125]
Effect: Soothes sprains.[125]
  • In Yellowfang’s Secret, they are used when Newtspeck wrenches her shoulder.[126]
  • In The Fourth Apprentice, Rippletail mentions them when Sedgewhisker sprains her shoulder; Mothwing taught him about it before he left.[125]
  • In the Bonus Scene for Lost Stars, Kestrelflight explains that Jayfeather was supposed to be gathering chickweed, but instead got elder leaves.[82]



Scientific name: Foeniculum vulgare[127]
Description: Thin, spiky leaves.[75]
Location: Found in numerous places, especially on dry soils near the sea/coast and on riverbanks.[source?]
Usage: Stalks are broken and juice is squeezed into the receiver’s mouth.[128]
Effect: Helps pain in the hips.[75]



Scientific name: Tanacetum parthenium[129]
Description: Small bush with flowers resembling daisies. Has a sharp tangy smell and small soft leaves.[130]
Location: Grows best along the water.[131]
Usage: Eaten.[94]
Effect: Reduces body temperature for cats with fever or chills. Also heals aches and pains,[94] especially good for headaches.[130]



Scientific name: Epimedium [132]
Description: Plant with ovate leaves[source?]
Location: RiverClan territory[source?]
Usage: Unknown[133]
Effect: Eases grief.[133]
  • In Moth Flight’s Vision, Dappled Pelt teaches Moth Flight and Micah the use of this herb. Moth Flight hopes she can find some in the WindClan territory.[133]



Scientific name: Solidago
Description: A tall plant with bright, yellow flowers.[source?]
Location: Grows well on the WindClan moors.[134]
Usage: Chewed into a poultice.[135]
Effect: Good for healing wounds.[135]


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Scientific name: Hieracium aurantiacum[96]
Description: Small green plant with yellow and orange flowers.[source?]
Location: Unknown
Usage: Unknown
Effect: Like catmint but not as strong.[source?]

Heather nectar


Heather nectar
Scientific name: Scientific name
Description: Nectar found in bell-shaped flowers.[source?]
Location: Best grown in shady areas.[137]
Usage: Included in herbal mixtures.[138]
Effect: Makes swallowing easier and sweetens mixtures.[138]
  • Jaypaw uses this for Squirrelflight’s herbs in The Sight.[139]



Scientific name: Scientific name
Description: A sweet, golden-coloured liquid made by bees.[140]
Location: In honeycombs or bees nests up in trees.[140]
Usage: Eaten, or given by moss soaked in it.[141]
Effect: Soothes infections,[142] is a great remedy for smoke-damaged or sore throats,[141] helps cats swallow other concoctions,[140] helps soothe coughing,[138] and gives energy.[143]
  • In Rising Storm, honey is used to sooth the throats of Willowpelt’s kits when they breathe in smoke during the fire.[141]



Scientific name: Equisetum arvense[144]
Description: A tall, bristly-stemmed plant, referred to with fleshy stalks.[145]
Location: Any marshy area.[146]
Usage: Chewed to a poultice, and applied to wounds.[94]
Effect: Treats infections[94] and stops bleeding.[122]

Ivy leaf

Ivy Leaf

Ivy leaf
Scientific name: Hedera Helix [148]
Description: Leaves from the ivy vine.[source?]
Location: Grows in the ThunderClan medicine den.[149]
Usage: By ShadowClan medicine cats to store other herbs.[150]
Effect: None.

Juniper berries

Juniper Berries

Juniper berries
Scientific name: Juniperus communis[96]
Description: Purple-blue berries from the dark green, spiky-leaved juniper bush.[151]
Location: Grows in places that are not wet.[151]
Usage: Chewed and eaten.[152]
Effect: Soothes bellyaches,[153] gives strength, and helps troubled breathing.[94] It is also used to help calm cats.[154]

Lamb’s ear

Lamb's Ear

Lamb’s ear
Scientific name: Stachys byzantina [96]
Description: Soft, fuzzy green plant.
Location: Commonly found in the mountains.[156]
Usage: Unknown
Effect: Gives a cat strength.[157]
  • This herb was discovered first by the Tribe cats, and then when the Clans were resting in their territory, Stoneteller tells Leafpaw about this herb.[157]

Laurel leaf


Laurel leaf
Scientific name: Laurus nobilis [source?]
Description: Green, glabrous leaves[source?]
Location: ThunderClan territory [source?]
Usage: Making herb wraps [158]
Effect: None.



Scientific name: Lavandula angustifolia[96]
Description: A small purple flowering plant.[source?]
Location: Grown in Twoleg gardens. Can also be found in sunny spots with sandy or gravelly soil.[source?]
Usage: Placed under a cats nose and is to be inhaled constantly, or rubbed/placed on an animal’s body to hide the scent of death.
Effect: Cures fever and chills.[94] Also used to hide the scent of death.[159]



Scientific name: Levisticum officinale [96]
Description: Unknown
Location: Unknown
Usage: Unknown
Effect: If it is mixed with bright-eye, it can help cure coughs.[34]
  • Lovage is mentioned by Mothwing in Mistystar’s Omen when she tells Willowshine to ask Kestrelflight if Tornear’s cough had eased with the mix of lovage and bright-eye.[34]



Scientific name: Pulmonaria [161]
Description: An herb with dark green leaves speckled with gray.[162]
Location: WindClan moor.[163]
Usage: Eaten
Effect: Cures yellowcough.[163]
  • In Thunder and Shadow, ShadowClan had a huge outbreak of yellowcough. Puddleshine discovered this herb in a dream sent to him by Runningnose, and after a bit of trouble with WindClan, the herb is obtained to heal ShadowClan’s ailments.[162]

Mallow leaves

Mallow Leaves

Mallow leaves
Scientific name: Malva sylvestris L.[164]
Description: Large fuzzy three-nubbed leaves from a flowering shrub; sweet rose scent.[165]
Location: Grows best near shore,[166] but best collected at sunhigh, when they are dry.[167]
Usage: Eaten.[168]
Effect: Soothes bellyache.[169]
  • In The Last Hope, Mothwing tells Willowshine to fetch mallow while she talks to Jayfeather. [170]


Med marigold

Scientific name: Tagetes[96]
Description: A low-growing flower; yellow to bright orange.[source?]
Location: Near water.[171]
Usage: Petals or leaves chewed in a poultice.[94] Juice can be used as well.[172]
Effect: Stops infection.[173] Stops bleeding.[122] Used for inflammation of stiff joints.[174]
  • In Firestar’s Quest, this herb is used by Cinderpelt to try and heal Longtail’s scratched eye. [175]
  • In The Sun Trail, Dappled Pelt uses marigold on Jagged Peak’s broken leg, to ease the pain after Dappled Pelt tries to straighten it. [9]
  • In The Sight, Hollypaw chews marigold into a poultice for Millie’s infected pad.[176]



Scientific name: Mentha piperita [177]
Description: Downy, serrated leaves ranging from green to purple and yellow in color. Flowers are small and white or purple in color.
Location: Patch beside ThunderClan nursery in the forest territories.[178]
Usage: Rubbed on a dead body.[179]
Effect: Hides the scent of death.[179]



Scientific name: Bryophyta
Description: A spongy, soft green shrub, commonly found on trees or marshy areas.[source?]
Location: Abundant in forests and marshy locations[source?]
Usage: Used to soak up fluid[source?]
Effect: None[source?]

Mouse bile


Mouse bile
Scientific name: Unknown
Description: Foul smelling, yellowish-green liquid.[source?]
Location: Can be found anywhere there are mice present.[source?]
Usage: The liquid is stored in moss and dabbed onto ticks embedded in pelt.[source?]
Effect: Kills ticks[source?]

Oak leaf

Oak Leaf

Dried oak leaf
Scientific name: Quercus Alba
Description: Round, cartoon-like ruffled leaves.[source?]
Location: All over the forest floor and collected in leaf-fall.[94]
Usage: The dried leaves are to be stored in a dry location until the time of usage, when they are chewed into a thick poultice and spread on a wound.[94]
Effect: Stops infection from setting in.[94]
  • In Darkest Night, Alderheart mentions that oak leaf would be better for treating Sparkpelt’s leg.[181]
  • In The Silent Thaw, oak leaves are part of the remedy used to treat Stonewing’s injured tail.[136]



Scientific name: Petroselinum crispum[182]
Description: A long-stemmed plant with ragged-edged crinkly leaves, Sharp scent, tastes cold and fresh, tastes the same fresh or dried.[183]
Location: Grows best in moist, well drained soil, with full sun.[source?]
Usage: Eaten.[184]
Effect: Stops a queen from producing milk if her kits die, don’t need milk anymore, or are producing too much milk.[184] Also used to cure bellyache.[185]

Poppy seeds

Poppy Seeds

Poppy seeds
Scientific name: Scientific name
Description: Tiny, round black seeds that are shaken out of a dried poppy flowerhead.[186]
Location: All over forest.[source?] Petal’s old Twoleg house in SkyClan’s gorge territory.[39]
Usage: Chewed on.[135]
Effect: They can help a cat sleep,[187] soothe shock or distress,[188] or ease pain.[135] Not recommended for nursing queens.[189]
  • In Bluestar’s Prophecy, Bluekit and Snowkit dare each other to eat poppy seeds, although neither kit knew what they were.[190] Goosefeather confirms that they are, in fact, poppy seeds, and it will just make Snowkit sleepy.[190]
  • In Firestar’s Quest, Echosong tells Sandstorm that she is glad to know what it is for, although she was unable to find any at first. Petal then reveals that her former Twoleg owner has a garden full of poppy seeds.[39]
  • In Into the Wild, Yellowfang asks for poppy seeds to ease the pain in her leg.[135] Later, Spottedleaf gives Firepaw a poppy head, and tells him to shake out one or two seeds, saying to give them to Graypaw, who was still upset over the loss of Lionheart, his mentor.[191]
  • In A Dangerous Path, Cinderpelt brings Bluestar poppy seeds to try and calm her down.[188]
  • In Firestar’s Quest, Cinderpelt brings poppy seeds to Sootpaw to try and ease him, who was still in shock after the death of his mother.[192]
  • In Sunset, Leafpool tells Sorreltail that while she can fetch poppy seeds to help Sorreltail’s pain after kitting, it would be better for her newborn kits if she didn’t eat them.[189]

Ragwort leaves


Ragwort leaves
Scientific name: Scientific name
Description: Tall shrub with yellow flowers. Tastes foul to cats.[193]
Location: Almost everywhere, especially in cool areas with high rainfall.[source?]
Usage: Crushed and chewed; mixed with juniper berries, it can help aching joints.[194]
Effect: Treats aching joints[194] and keeps a cat’s strength up.[157]
  • In Sunrise, Whitewing uses this herb to help with pain while kitting.[195]
  • In The Fourth Apprentice, Jayfeather gives it to the elders to help them during the drought.[193]



Scientific name: Jacobaea vulgaris[196]
Description: Ragged-leaved plant resembling a fern.[source?]
Location: Thought to be commonly found in the mountains.[source?]
Usage: Thought to give cats extra strength.[source?]
Effect: Like lamb’s ear, ragwort gives a cat extra strength and energy.[source?]
  • Ragwort was first discovered by the Tribe cats, later being told to Leafpaw by Stoneteller, when the Clans were resting in their territory.[157]

Raspberry leaves

Raspberry Leaves

Raspberry leaves
Scientific name: Scientific name
Description: Soft to the touch, but with jagged edges.[197]
Location: Found on raspberry bushes.[source?]
Usage: It could be a painkiller, or help stop bleeding during kitting.[198]
Effect: Could possibly ease pain or stop bleeding.[197]
  • In Squirrelflight’s Hope, Leafpool tells Hawk to get raspberry leaves or ragweed in order to ease Moonlight’s pain from kitting.[199]



Scientific name: Rosmarinus officinalis [200]
Description: Tall with needle-like leaves and purple flowers.[source?]
Location: Near the ThunderClan warriors’ den in the forest territory.[179]
Usage: Put on the pelt of a dead cat to prepare for burial.[179]
Effect: Hides the scent of death.[201]



Scientific name: Scientific name
Description: It has long narrow leaves and lavender-colored head stalks.[source?]
Location: Often grows in infertile soils in a wide range of moisture conditions.[source?]
Usage: Used to bind broken bones.[202]
Effect: Helps hold a broken limb in place, such as casts for Twolegs.[203]



Scientific name: Scientific name
Description: Similar to dock, sorrel is used as a traveling herb.[108]
Location: Can be found near Twoleg nests,[47] and grows just outside the medicine den in the SkyClan camp[77]
Usage: Eaten.[47]
Effect: Traveling herb,[47] can also build up appetite[204]



Scientific name: None
Description: Thin wooden protrusions that grow on and fall from trees.[205]
Location: Can be found anywhere there are trees.[205]
Usage: Cats in pain bite it when other medicine is either unavailable or not recommended.[205] Also used to help broken legs heal.[206]
Effect: Distracts cats from pain. Recommended for queens giving birth.[205]
  • In The Silent Thaw, it is mentioned that Snowbird’s broken paw is slowly healing with a splint made from sticks.[207]

Stinging nettle

Nettle Seed

Stinging nettle
Scientific name: Urtica dioica [208]
Description: It has green, spiny seeds.[209]
Location: All over the forest.[210]
Usage: The seeds are eaten by a cat who’s swallowed poison, or the leaves are chewed into a poultice for a wound.[211] The stems can also be chewed.[212]
Effect: Induces vomiting, or brings down swelling, respectively.[211] Can be mixed with comfrey to help heal broken bones.[98] Helps with wounds.[210] Chewing the stems helps fight against infection.[212]



Scientific name: Acorus calamus [213]
Description: Thick green stem with long buds at the top.[source?]
Location: Grows all through leaf-bare.[214] Most common around the RiverClan camp.[214]
Usage: One must swallow the sap.[215]
Effect: Eases infection.[214]



Scientific name: Tanacetum vulgare[217]
Description: The tansy plant has round, yellow leaves, and has a very sweet and strong scent, making it good for disguising a cat’s scent.[218]
Location: Can be found near Twolegplaces,[219] and also grows just outside the medicine den in the SkyClan camp[77]
Usage: To be consumed, but only in small doses.[211]
Effect: Cures coughs.[220] Can be used to cure wounds and poisons.[221] Stops cats from getting greencough.[222] Soothes throats.[223] Can be extremely dangerous to pregnant cats.[224]



Scientific name: Potentilla erecta [226]
Description: It has a strong, aromatic scent to it and a sharp taste.[source?]
Location: Found in most cool or cold areas, but other types may be found in gardens.[source?]
Usage: Chewed and put on the wound.[221]
Effect: Its root is good for treating all wounds and extracting poison.[221]
  • It is used by the Tribe of Rushing Water, and is mentioned by Stoneteller to Jaypaw when he is taking care of Gray.[227]



Scientific name: Thymus vulgaris [228]
Description: Small, delicate, thick, sticky leaves with a fresh tang.[229]
Location: Best in hot, sunny locations.
Usage: Leaves can be chewed on.[230]
Effect: Calms nervousness, anxiety, and cats who are in shock.[211]
  • In Moonrise, Mothwing gives Leafpaw and Sorreltail thyme to calm their anxiety after being chased by a WindClan patrol.[231]

Traveling herbs


Traveling herbs
Scientific name: See Sorrel, Daisy, Chamomile, and Burnet
Description: Mixture consists of sorrel, daisy, chamomile, and burnet.[47]
Location: Location
Usage: Eaten.[232]
Effect: When mixed together, they suppress hunger pains and give a cat strength.[233]



Scientific name: Mentha aquatica [234]
Description: A light green plant with oval-shaped leaves[235] and purple flowers at the end of its spiky stems.[236]
Location: Usually found in streams or damp earth.[237]
Usage: It is usually chewed into a pulp, and then eaten.[238]
Effect: Eases the suffering that originates from a bellyache.[239][240]

Wild garlic

Wild Garlic

Wild garlic
Scientific name: Allium ursinum[241]
Description: Extremely sharp and tangy scent.[242] Grows in patches,[243] and typically has a white bulb with green leaves. They can also produce a flower.[241]
Location: Near the entrance to ThunderClan’s camp.[243] ShadowClan territory.[43]
Usage: One must roll in it.[243]
Effect: Draws out poison in rat bites.[243] Prevents infection.[22]
  • In Secrets of the Clans, it is mentioned that wild garlic can be used to prevent serious infection.[22]
  • In Yellowfang’s Secret, Sagewhisker tells Yellowfang that wild garlic can be used to help with rat bites, if Yellowfang is unable to find burdock root.[43]
  • In Into the Wild, Yellowfang suggests to Firepaw to roll in a patch of wild garlic, since that will help seep out any leftover poison from a rat bite. Yellowfang also says that while wild garlic is excellent for bites, Firepaw’s denmates won’t thank him for the smell.[243] Firepaw eventually finds a patch of garlic outside of ThunderClan’s camp.[242]

Willow bark

Willow Bark

Willow bark
Scientific name: Scientific name
Description: Bark of the willow tree.[source?]
Location: Grows near Twoleg places.[244]
Usage: Unknown
Effect: Eases pain.[244]

Willow leaves


Willow leaves
Scientific name: Scientific name
Description: Leaves of the willow tree.[source?]
Location: Unknown
Usage: Eaten.[245]
Effect: Stops vomiting.[246]
  • Used by Yellowfang to stop Cloudkit’s vomiting in Yellowfang’s Secret.[245]



Scientific name: Gaultheria procumbens [247]
Description: Easily identifiable by its red berries.[source?]
Location: Oak-pine woods and sandy habitats to sub-alpine places.[source?]
Usage: Unknown
Effect: Treats wounds and some poisons.[221]
  • Stoneteller mentions this herb to Jaypaw while treating Gray’s wound, wondering if the Clans used it.[221]

Wood sorrel


Wood Sorrel
Scientific name: Oxalis [248]
Description: coming soon
Location: near the ThunderClan-ShadowClan border[source?], SkyClan’s lake territory[source?]
Usage: coming soon
Effect: coming soon


Common Yarrow

Scientific name: Achillea millefolium [249]
Description: A flowering plant with green, jagged leaves, a tangy scent and a bitter taste.[250]
Location: Snakerocks in the forest territories,[251] just outside the medicine den in the SkyClan Gorge territory[77]
Usage: Its leaves are chewed into a poultice that can be given to cats or applied to a wound depending on the situation.[252]
Effect: Extracts poison from wounds. Will make a cat vomit up toxins.[239] The ointment will soften and help heal cracked pads.[252]
  • Yarrow is used on Sorrelkit by Cinderpelt when Darkstripe feeds her deathberries, and is also used by Mothwing to help poisoned cats when RiverClan is poisoned.[253]
  • Yarrow is also used when Cherrypaw and Mousewhisker accidentally eat Water Hemlock, and the yarrow is swallowed by both Cherrypaw and Mousewhisker to vomit the poison.[254]
  • Yarrow is used by Sagewhisker to cure Yellowkit and Nutkit’s bellyache.[255]
  • In The Sight, Hollypaw mistakes this herb for borage when she goes out to collect some for Millie’s infected wound.[256]
  • Frecklewish uses it on Sparrowpelt when he accidentally ingests deathberry seeds. [257]


Deathberries/Yew berries/Night seeds

Main Article: Deathberries


Scientific name: Taxus baccata [258]
Description: Red berries from the dark-leaved, poisonous yew bush.[source?]
Location: The ravine in the ThunderClan forest territory[source?]
Usage: Sometimes used to kill other cats by making them eat the berry.[259]
Effect: Kills a cat within minutes when consumed.[260]
  • ShadowClan medicine cats use them to end a cat’s life to prevent unnecessary suffering.[261]
  • The flesh of the berry is used by Alderheart to cure Puddleshine.[262]
  • Yellowfang uses deathberries to kill her son, Brokenstar, when he is held hostage in the ThunderClan camp in Forest of Secrets.[260]
  • In The Raging Storm, Juniperclaw poisons SkyClan’s prey with deathberries,[263] resulting in Sparrowpelt violently being ill, and SkyClan attempting to move back to the gorge.

Foxglove seeds


Foxglove seeds
Scientific name: Scientific name
Description: Tiny, black seeds from the bell-shaped flower of the foxglove plant.[source?]
Location: Almost everywhere, especially in temperate regions.[source?]
Usage: They are used to treat the heart[264]
Effect: They can easily cause paralysis and heart failure.[264]
  • They are often mistaken for poppy seeds because they look extremely similar. They are known to be a dangerous medicine. They are mentioned when Yellowfang scolds Cinderpelt and says that she could become a dangerous medicine cat, by confusing poppy seeds and foxglove seeds.[264]

Holly berries


Holly berries
Scientific name: Scientific name
Description: Plant with spiny leaves that produces red berries with no medicinal value.[265]
Location: Forests.[source?]
Usage: Unknown
Effect: Unknown
  • Holly berries, while not as dangerous as deathberries, are still a danger to kits. They make an appearance in Twilight, after Leafpool talks to Crowfeather; Sorreltail finds her hiding in a holly bush. Leafpool says she is looking for berries and Sorreltail asks if they are poisonous.[266]

Meadow saffron

Meadow Saffron

Meadow saffron
Scientific name: Colchicum autumnale [258]
Description: A plant with purple flowers.[113]
Location: Can be found nearly anywhere.[113]
Usage: Unknown
Effect: Poisonous[113]
  • In Squirrelflight’s Hope, Moonlight reveals that ThunderClan’s sick cats may have encountered meadow saffron, noting the effects of being poisoned by it are very similar to the symptoms experienced by it. It is not poisonous to prey, but if prey has consumed the plant, it is poisonous to the cat who eats the prey. [113]

Deadly nightshade


Deadly nightshade
Scientific name: Atropa belladonna [267]
Description: A small shrub with faintly scented, bell-shaped flowers that are purple tinged with green in colour. Berries are shiny and black when ripe.[source?]
Location: Moist, shady places. Often grows in places where the soils are rich in limestone.[source?]
Usage: To quickly kill a cat who cannot be saved.[source?]
Effect: Poisonous.[268]
  • Mentioned in Forest of Secrets when Fireheart and Cinderpaw are with Cloudkit. Cloudkit almost eats some deathberries, but is quickly stopped by Cinderpaw. When Cloudkit runs off and calls them to see what he found, she jokes in response that perhaps Cloudkit found deadly nightshade.[268]

Water hemlock

Water hemlock

Water hemlock
Scientific name: Cicuta [269]
Description: Green or white flowers with petals in umbrella-shaped clusters.[source?]
Location: Wet, marshy areas.[source?]
Usage: Unknown
Effect: Causes writhing, pain, and foaming at the mouth.[270]
  • Water hemlock is the most poisonous plant in the Clan territories after deathberries.[185] Water hemlock is used by Mousewhisker and Cherrypaw who mistake it for parsley, and the two collapse and start convulsing violently. Yarrow is used to help them afterward. [271]

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See also

Notes and references

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  2. on Trees for Life
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  4. Revealed in The Apprentice’s Quest: Bonus Scene
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  6. in Thunderstar’s Echo, chapter one
  7. in The Sight, page 255
  8. 8.08.1Revealed on Missouri Botanical Garden
  9. in The Sun Trail, page 274
  10. Revealed in The Sun Trail, pages 273-274
  11. Revealed in SkyClan’s Destiny, page 355
  12. 12.012.1Revealed in Thunder and Shadow, page 325
  13. 13.013.1Revealed on Missouri Botanical Garden
  14. Revealed in SkyClan’s Destiny, page 412
  15. in SkyClan’s Destiny, page 413
  16. Revealed in SkyClan’s Destiny, page 411
  17. Revealed in Code of the Clans, page 113
  18. 18.018.1Revealed on United States Department of Agriculture
  19. Revealed in The Blazing Star, page 78
  20. 20.020.1Revealed in The Blazing Star, page 67
  21. on Missouri Botanical Garden
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  23. in Long Shadows, page 23
  24. 24.024.1Revealed in Moth Flight’s Vision, pages 218-219
  25. Revealed in Night Whispers, chapter 17
  26. in Moth Flight’s Vision, page 218
  27. 27.027.1Revealed in The Sight, page 159
  28. Revealed in The Sight, page 160
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  30. 30.030.1Revealed in Twilight, page 201
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  62. Revealed in Bluestar’s Prophecy, pages 220-221
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  75. in The Forgotten Warrior, page 143
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  77. in The Apprentice’s Quest, chapter 16
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  84. Revealed in A Dangerous Path, page 220
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  87. 87.087.1Revealed in Dawn, page 275
  88. Revealed in The Silent Thaw, page 205
  89. Revealed in Starlight, page 40
  90. Revealed in Crookedstar’s Promise, page 132
  91. Revealed in Fading Echoes, page 192
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  95. in an unknown book
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  103. on
  104. Revealed in Bramblestar’s Storm, chapter 23
  105. Revealed in Sunrise, page 102
  106. Revealed in SkyClan’s Destiny, page 161
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  108. Revealed in Sunrise, page 189
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  110. Revealed on Plants for a Future
  111. 112.0112.1Revealed in Twilight, page 214
  112. 113.0113.1113.2113.3113.4113.5Revealed in Squirrelflight’s Hope, page 245
  113. Revealed in an unknown book
  114. Revealed in The Sight, page 63
  115. Revealed in The Sight, page 68
  116. Revealed in Outcast, page 259
  117. Revealed in The Sight, page 64
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  122. Revealed in Twilight, page 160
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  125. Revealed in Yellowfang’s Secret, page 190
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  143. Revealed in an unknown book
  144. Revealed in Twilight, page 118
  145. Revealed in Starlight, page 168
  146. Revealed in The Silent Thaw, page 86
  147. Revealed in an unknown book
  148. Revealed in Eclipse, page 54
  149. Revealed in Night Whispers, page 273
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  151. Revealed in Twilight, page 159
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  153. Revealed in A Dangerous Path, page 20
  154. Revealed in Thunder Rising, chapter 20
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  166. Revealed in Dark River, page 58
  167. Revealed in Dark River, pages 146-147
  168. Revealed in Dark River, page 146
  169. Revealed in The Last Hope, page 75
  170. Revealed in Firestar’s Quest, page 36
  171. Revealed in Night Whispers, page 60
  172. Revealed in Into the Wild, page 105
  173. Revealed in Fading Echoes, page 32
  174. Revealed in Firestar’s Quest, page 35
  175. Revealed in The Sight, pages 162-164
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  186. Revealed in Into the Wild, page 212
  187. 188.0188.1Revealed in A Dangerous Path, page 173
  188. 189.0189.1Revealed in Sunset, page 26
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  191. Revealed in Firestar’s Quest, page 98
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  193. 194.0194.1Revealed in Forest of Secrets, page 157
  194. Revealed in Sunrise, page 185
  195. on
  196. 197.0197.1Revealed in Bluestar’s Prophecy, page 256
  197. Revealed in Bluestar’s Prophecy, page 325
  198. Revealed in Squirrelflight’s Hope, pages 308-309
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  200. Revealed in Bluestar’s Prophecy, page 141
  201. Revealed in Dark River, page 107
  202. Revealed in Dark River, page 142
  203. Revealed in Yellowfang’s Secret, page 363
  204. 205.0205.1205.2205.3Revealed in Crookedstar’s Promise, page 7
  205. Revealed in The Sun Trail, chapter 22
  206. Revealed in The Silent Thaw, page 123
  207. Revealed on Edible Wild Food
  208. Revealed in Twilight, page 40
  209. 210.0210.1Revealed in Night Whispers, page 143
  210. 211.0211.1211.2211.3Revealed in Secrets of the Clans, page 136
  211. 212.0212.1Revealed in A Forest Divided, page 272
  212. Revealed on Medicinal Herb Info
  213. 214.0214.1214.2Revealed in Tallstar’s Revenge, page 461
  214. Revealed in Tallstar’s Revenge, page 470
  215. Revealed in Tallstar’s Revenge, page 472
  216. Revealed in an unknown book
  217. Revealed in Dark River, page 195
  218. Revealed in Long Shadows, page 249
  219. Revealed in Midnight, page 145
  220. 221.0221.1221.2221.3221.4Revealed in Outcast, page 267
  221. Revealed in Long Shadows, page 93
  222. Revealed in Long Shadows, page 234
  223. Revealed on Annie’s Remedy
  224. Revealed in Veil of Shadows, page 68
  225. Revealed on Nature Gate
  226. Revealed in Outcast, pages 267-268
  227. Revealed on Missouri Botanical Garden
  228. Revealed in Midnight, page 280
  229. Revealed in Moonrise, page 207
  230. Revealed in Moonrise, page 55
  231. Revealed in Into the Wild, chapter 14
  232. Revealed in Into the Wild, chapter 13
  233. Revealed on Wildflowers of Ireland
  234. Revealed in Mothwing’s Secret, chapter 2
  235. Revealed in River of Fire, chapter 3
  236. Revealed in Starlight, pages 41-42
  237. 238.0238.1Revealed in Fading Echoes, page 11
  238. 239.0239.1Revealed in Twilight, page 155
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  246. Revealed on Fine Gardening
  247. Revealed on[1]
  248. Revealed on Herb Wisdom
  249. Revealed in The Sight, page 161
  250. Revealed in Forest of Secrets, page 219
  251. 252.0252.1Revealed in Sunset, page 247
  252. Revealed in The Darkest Hour, page 89
  253. Revealed in The Forgotten Warrior, page 235
  254. Revealed in Yellowfang’s Secret, pages 25-26
  255. Revealed in The Sight, pages 161-162
  256. Revealed in The Raging Storm, chapter 12
  257. 258.0258.1Revealed on Poison Garden
  258. Revealed in The Darkest Hour, page 115
  259. 260.0260.1Revealed in Forest of Secrets, page 294
  260. Revealed in Eclipse, pages 55-56
  261. Revealed in The Raging Storm, chapter 7
  262. Revealed in The Raging Storm, chapter 25
  263. 264.0264.1264.2Revealed in Rising Storm, page 29
  264. Revealed in Eclipse, page 110
  265. Revealed in Starlight, page 50
  266. Revealed on Poisonous Nature
  267. 268.0268.1Revealed in Forest of Secrets, page 87
  268. Revealed on Wilderness College
  269. Revealed in The Forgotten Warrior, page 233
  270. Revealed in The Forgotten Warrior, page 236
  271. Revealed in Erin Hunter Answers Your Questions Summer 2011

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