A glossary designed to help you find and use all the herbs featured in the Wheel of Time saga, whether through roleplay or actual WoTmud items.
There are currently 33 names in this directory
Andilay root is used for fatigue; it clears the head and eases tired muscles. *a bundle of andilay root
Asping rot is a potent poison, even a drop can kill. It kills quickly and peacefully within an hour of ingestion. The poison appears to have strong narcotic or sedative properties.
Nettles sting when fresh, and blackwasp emphasises the strength of the sting. *a bunch of blackwasp nettles
It grows in a patch. The plant causes a rapid skin reaction and rash, but also slows the poison from Thakan'dar blades.
A hot poultice made with the water from boiled blue goatflowers will greatly improve the healing of a broken bone. ***a small pile of blue goatflower petals
Has no medicinal value. Bitter tasting, used as punishment by the Aiel. *a few pieces of bluespine
Used as a signal for the Yellow Ajah. Yields a strong yellow Dye and can be bundled to make a broom. **a few stalks of yellow broomweed
The root of this plant is harvested as a painkiller in small doses. In higher doses it works as a paralytic, eventually causing death by asphyxiation. *a cluster of crimsonthorn root
Tastes terrible, is used as a punishment and coercion to lift depression. *a bouquet of dogwood leaves
Aid for the breaking of a fever. Used in conjunction with Acem to cute the white shakes. *a handful of feverbane
Used to heal bruises. Works well as an ointment combined with sunburst root and ground ivy. *a bundle of five-finger
Used to treat fatigue. It clears the head and eases tired muscles. ***a blue pouch of flatwort tea
A paralytic drug that has particular effect against channelers. A distilled tincture is strong enough to cut them from the source. Has a stronger effect on men. Used by the Seanchan to ferret out damane. It has a cool, minty taste. ***a packet of dried brown forkroot
Used to treat heart complaints. The powdered form can be used to induce sneezing in order to relieve headaches and earaches. Has some effect on poison relief. ***a vial of powdered red gheandin blossom
Used to make a patient sleepy and also relieve stomach cramps. *a handful of goatstongue
Used with Goatstongue to make a tea for sleep. Also used to relieve cramps. *a few leaves of greenwort
A rapid acting poison used to coat weaponry, favored by assassins. May be beneficial in extremely small quantities. ***a gray fennel plant
Used to relieve pain and heal bruises. May be of some assistance in fatigue relief. ***a sack of green ivy