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                                               TELREDOR;;

Many years after the destruction of Draenor, Nobundo traveled to Telredor to teach the draenei the ways of shamanism. Although coldly treated by some of the inhabitants, the Prophet gave the broken enough confidence to show his abilities and convince some of the hearers to be his students.

A Catalogue of Herbs

The magical world of herbs and their various uses, noted by Doctor Sophie Hale.
-For aspiring alchemist and those seeking some natural remedies for everyday ailments.

“My dear apprentice… No that sounds a little weird to write on paper, being that you are older than me. My dear friend; here are the notes you requested on the herbs I would have you gather for our next lesson.

Remember to take the gloves I left you. Yes, I chose the vibrant pink ones just for you. They match your cheeks when you blush.

Until next time,

-Miss Hale.”

[Peacebloom]:

•Very common daisy that could be found almost anywhere in Azeroth.

•Has many medicinal uses, such as anti-inflammatory properties, reduce bruising, swelling and can ease pain.

•Safe to use during pregnancy and is known to ease pregnancy-related discomfort and mood swings.

•Commonly taken as tea for headaches or to calm the nerves.

[Stranglekelp]:

•One of the more dangerous plants on Azeroth, Stranglekelp is a green kelp that grows underwater along most coastlines in shallow waters.

•Very strong healing powers.

•Works very well when mixed with other herbs, bringing out their more powerful stimulants.

•Can be chewed to induce vomiting.

•Tastes very salty.

Swiftthistle:

Found around Mageroyal and Briarthorn – Take care when harvesting as it is parasitic: wear gloves.

•Very sugary and sweet to taste.

•When added to tea it can produce a short boost to energy.

•Known not only for its energizing properties. It is a general stimulant, and taken in smaller doses can improve alertness.

Aloe Thistle:

•Found in the lush wildlands of Desolace.

•Similar when compared to a cactus leaf.

•Can be consumed in small quantities.

[Ancient Lichen]:

•Fungus.

•Similar to Grave Moss, feeds off decaying matter.

•Found on lumbering fungal giants of Outland – mostly Zangarmarsh. Pain killer.

[Dreaming Glory]:

Found all through Outland, dubbed one of the most beautiful flowers to grow due to its glowing attributes.

•Petals and pollen used for anti-inflammatory, antiseptic salve.

•Natural oils benefits for the skin – quite like a moisturizer.

•Assists with abdominal cramps when made with tea.

[Briarthorn]:

•Found in dark, shady areas and is often mistaken for a dead plant.

•Proper protective equipment should be used when harvesting as the spines are extremely sharp.

•Believed to grow in places where the Anciet Agamaggan’s blood was spilled during the war of the Ancients.

•VERY Strong healing agent for grave wounds. Rumoured to be able to mimic the regenerative powers trolls possess, especially when taken morning and night until the desired result is achieved.

Goldthorn:

Found atop hillsides in partial sunlight.

•Perfect for teas – cold or hot – and has been found to be invigorating.

•Goldthorn gel is soothing, anti-inflammatory, antibacterial, and stimulates skin regeneration

Blindweed:

•Found in warm, damp, marshy areas – such as Swamp of Sorrows. Perfect for a home garder with their bright flowers.

•Root can be used for magic-amplifying and conducting properties.

•Flower buds may be dried and ground into fine powder and applied to external wounds.

Mageroyal:

•Mageroyal most commonly grows in open plains and does best in direct sunlight.

•Unusually high mana concentration.

•Essential oil derived from Mageroyal can be used to treat headaches.

•Infusion of the dried plant used when cold, makes one of the best hairwashes known. (Smells good too.)

Liferoot:

•Found near fresh water. Often mistaken for Earthroot.

•Nullifies toxins when consumed, dried and powered and applied directly to wounds.

•Tastes sweet.

•Strong healing properties when mixed with other herbs like Peacebloom.