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  1.   1.  Inventory
    1.   1.1  Medicines
    2.   1.2  Supplies
» See Salsola's Storage page for a more expansive (and tradable) inventory
» See Salsola's Garden page for inventory and access of immediate, fresh herbs

The Clinic is a free-standing structure, comprised of an old hunting lodge later expanded and reinforced by early members of the Thistle Kingdom. It is bypassed by one of the main pathways into and out of the Ruins proper - as such, it is well situated along a main thoroughfare. The path is wide enough for a horse and cart, and is regularly used by such to deliver important medical goods to and from the building.

The building itself is roomy and has two floors, including an open upper level where emergency stores, such as blankets and food, are kept. The lower floor is made of stone, and is of original construction. The upper floor is made of pine, crafted by Luperci builders during repairs. It is on the upper floor where ill or resting patients are kept in narrow, simple bunks. There they are tended to by any of the kingdom's Curanderos or the Cleric.

There are three two separate bedrooms on the first level that have been converted for patients use. The bathroom and kitchen have been cleared out completely, with both now serving as storage. There is a fireplace in the main area as well as the kitchen itself. Outside the structure, there is a water trough that is cleaned every few days or as needed.


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1.  Inventory

Items and Use

  • All members are encouraged to give items over to Salsola as a whole. Placing things of practical use within the storage shed is seen as a gain for Salsola, and can result in positive opportunities for your character.
  • Members are free to use these items however they see fit. Of course, excessive "take" without much "give" in return (i.e., if your character continually loots the storage shed, yet does not provide anything of value in return) may result in consequences if discovered by the leadership.
  • Salsola adheres to the Tagging System -- pay attention to the tags, as they designate what an item can be used for.
  • Please update the item quantity if you make a significant contribution. Alternatively, add a new entry if what you’re donating is not already listed! If you do not want to update the Wiki or cannot, please let us know to update it.

1.1  Medicines

» See Salsola's Garden page for inventory and access of immediate, fresh herbs

Item Amount Tags Item Description & Usage


Bayberry Large supply [FT!]
  • Part: berries, bark, leaves
  • Usage (oral): internal parasites, diarrhea, stomach aches, fever, breathing ailments, liver problems, induce vomiting (large amounts)
  • Usage (topical): skin ulcers and wounds (poultice)
  • Additional notes:
    • Extremely bitter taste
Blueberry Large supply [FT!]
  • Part: berries, leaves
  • Usage (orally): preventing cataracts, ulcers, urinary tract infections, colic, fever, diarrhea, sore throat and mouth swelling (leaves)
  • Additional notes:
Black cohosh Large supply [FT!]
  • Part: rhizomes, roots
  • Usage (orally): sore throats, kidney problems, depression
Broadleaf plantain Small supply [NT!]
  • Part: leaves
  • Usage (orally): diarrhea, joint pain
  • Usage (topically): apply to wounds, stings, and sores in order to facilitate healing and prevent infection (poultice)
Butterbur Small supply [NT!]
  • Part: leaves, rhizomes
  • Usage (orally): seasonal allergies, migraine headaches, joint pain, coughs
  • Additional notes:
    • Limit consumption; poisonous in high dosages
Calamus Large supply [FT!]
  • Part: roots
  • Usage (orally): sedative, laxative, diuretic, stomach problems (ulcers and inflammation), diarrhea, intestinal gas, upset stomach
Cannabis Small supply [NT!]
  • Part: buds
  • Usage (orally): nausea, vomiting, stimulation of hunger, muscle-relaxant
  • Additional notes:
    • Can be smoked, eaten, or made into a tea
    • Effects may include: General alteration of conscious perception, euphoria, feelings of well-being, relaxation or stress reduction, increased appreciation of humor, music or the arts, joviality, metacognition and introspection, enhanced recollection (episodic memory), increased sensuality, increased awareness of sensation, increased libido, and creativity
Catnip Large supply [FT!]
  • Part: leaves, shoots
  • Usage (orally): sedative, depression, anxiety
Chamomile Medium supply [NT!]
  • Part: flower heads
  • Usage (orally): nervous tension, muscle cramps, digestion problems, heartburn, diarrhea
  • Usage (topically): inflamed skin (ointment)
Chicory Medium supply [NT!]
  • Part: root
  • Usage (orally): internal parasites
Chickweed Medium supply [NT!]
  • Part: leaves
  • Usage (orally): constipation, stomach problems, joint pain
  • Usage (topically): skin conditions, rashes, sores, itching, fleas
Chrysanthemum Large supply [FT!]
  • Part: flower
  • Usage (topically): Insect repellent
  • Additional notes:
    • Pulverize into a powder or oil
Coneflower (aka Echinacea) Large supply [FT!]
  • Part: flowers, leaves, stems, roots
  • Usage (orally): fighting infection, colds, laxative
Cranberry Small supply [NT!]
  • Part: berries
  • Usage (orally/topically): urinary tract infections
Dandelion root Medium supply [NT!]
  • Part: root
  • Usage (orally): upset stomach, intestinal gas, joint pain, urinary tract infections
  • Usage (topically): soothes rash and boils (paste mixed with water), anti-inflammatory, anti-itching
Elderberry Medium supply [NT!]
  • Part: berry
  • Usage (orally): cold symptoms, pain, anti-inflammatory, boost immune system
Fennel Medium supply [NT!]
  • Part: seeds
  • Usage (orally): bloating, digestion problems, stomach cramps, diarrhea
Feverfew Small supply [NT!]
  • Part: leaves
  • Usage (orally): fevers, migraine headaches, joint pain, stomach aches, toothaches, insect bites, problems with labor during childbirth
Flaxseed Small supply [NT!]
  • Part: seeds
  • Usage (orally): joint pain, indigestion, constipation
Hawthorn Medium supply [NT!]
  • Part: berries, flowers, leaves
  • Usage (orally): chest pain, indigestion, diarrhea, stomach pain, anxiety, sedative, intestinal parasites
  • Usage (topically): boils, sores, ulcers, itching, frostbite
  • Additional notes:
    • Remove the seeds if using the berries, as the seeds are poisonous, resulting in reactions similar to cyanide poisoning
Lavender Large supply [FT!]
  • Part: flower
  • Usage (orally): anti-inflammatory, headaches, anxiety, stress, insomnia, depression, restlessness
  • Usage (topically): antiseptic (oil or honey), soothe insect bites and burns, muscle relaxer (oil)
  • Additional notes:
    • Often noted for its calming scent
    • Though somewhat tricky, lavender honey (more effective than lavender oil) can be obtained if a bee hive has ample access to a large amount of this plant to significantly affect their honey
Lemon balm Large supply [FT!]
  • Part: leaves
  • Usage (orally): sedative, cold symptoms, antibacterial, intestinal gas, bloating, colic
Marigold Small supply [NT!]
  • Part: flower
  • Usage (orally): anti-inflammatory, control bleeding (tincture), soothe irritated tissue (tincture), upset stomach, abdominal cramps, constipation
  • Usage (topically): eye infections (strained liquid drops via wet compress)
  • Additional notes:
    • When replenishing, new leaves and stems should be avoided, as these can be poisonous to canines
Meadowsweet Large supply [FT!]
  • Part: parts that grow above ground
  • Usage (orally): anti-inflammatory, colds and fevers, heartburn, bladder infections, pain relief, ulcers
Mint Large supply [FT!]
  • Part: leaves
  • Usage (orally): nausea, vomiting, abdominal pain, indigestion, irritable bowel, bloating, bad breath
  • Usage (topically): natural pesticide (oil)
Opium Poppy Small supply [NT!]
  • Part: seeds
  • Usage (orally): pain relief, sedative
  • Additional notes:
    • Caution: Extremely addictive and can be overdosed on. Use in moderation.
Peat Moss Small supply [NT!]
  • Part: leaves
  • Usage (topically): mild antiseptic capabilities, preventing infections
  • Additional notes:
    • Very absorbent and acidic, and therefore creates environments not suitable for bacterial growth
Sage Large supply [FT!]
  • Part: leaves
  • Usage (orally): digestive problems (loss of appetite, gas, stomach pain, diarrhea, bloating, heartburn), correct excessive milk flow during nursing, stop bleeding
  • Usage as oil (orally) (poison): trigger miscarriages, cause dizziness, rapid heartbeat, provoke epileptic seizures
  • Usage (topically): cold sores, gum disease, sore mouth
Thyme Medium supply [NT!]
  • Part: flower, leaves
  • Usage (orally): sore throat, oughs, respiratory infections, cause contractions in childbirth, pain relief, anti-inflammatory, stomach ache, diarrhea
  • Usage (topically): antiseptic (oil), toenail infection, anti-fungal, kill mold spores
Willow bark Large supply [FT!]
  • Part: bark
  • Usage (orally): pain relief, anti-inflammatory, headache, cramps
Valerian Small supply [NT!]
  • Part: root
  • Usage (orally/topically): insomnia, anxiety, sedative, stress, cramps, colic


Bayberry tea Large amount [FT!]
  • Pre-mixed bag; spoon out amount needed
  • Usage (orally): internal parasites, diarrhea, stomach aches, fever, breathing ailments, liver problems
  • Additional notes:
    • Extremely bitter taste
    • Large amounts will induce vomiting
Coneflower (aka Echinacea) tea Small amount [NT!]
  • Pre-mixed bag; spoon out amount needed
  • Usage (orally): fighting infection, colds, laxative
Lavender tea Large amount [FT!]
  • Pre-mixed bag; spoon out amount needed
  • Usage (orally): anti-inflammatory, headaches, anxiety, stress, insomnia, depression, restlessness
  • Additional notes:
    • Often noted for its calming effects
Mint tea Large amount [FT!]
  • Pre-mixed bag; spoon out amount needed
  • Usage (orally): indigestion or upset stomach, stress, sore throat, cold and cough symptoms, fever, headache
Dandelion root tea Small amount [NT!]
  • Pre-mixed bag; spoon out amount needed
  • Usage (orally): upset stomach, intestinal gas, joint pain, urinary tract infections
Salve (burn care) Small amount [NT!]
  • Contained in red-stained, wooden jars; thick and shiny substance, semi-opaque, distinct yellowish color
  • Usage (topically): soothe burns
Salve (open wound care) Medium amount [NT!]
  • Contained in wooden jars; thick substance, semi-opaque, creamy color
  • Usage (topically): promote healing in surface wounds, prevent infection
Willow bark tea Large amount [FT!]
  • Pre-mixed bag; spoon out amount needed
  • Usage (orally): pain relief, anti-inflammatory, headache, cramps


Charcoal Large amount [NT!]
  • Usage (orally): poison
  • Usage (topically): infection
Honey Small amount [NT!]
  • Usage (orally): sore throat, cold/cough symptoms, infections, digestions issues, diarrhea
  • Usage (topically): prevent infection in wounds, burns, and cuts

1.2  Supplies

Note: As these supplies are intended to remain at and be used by the Clinic, they are not available for trade. For a more expansive inventory of tradable items, see Salsola's Storage page.

Item Amount Item Description & Usage

Wound Care

Bandages (rolls) Large supply
  • Rolls of cloth bandages; used for wounds
Cloth Large supply
  • Cleaned and of various sizes; used for cleansing wounds and tools, or as compresses
Linen (uncut rolls) Small supply
  • Rolls of uncut linen, can be cut to size
Linen (cut rolls) Medium supply
  • Pre-cut rolls of linen of various sizes
Sinew (bundles) Large supply
  • Used for stitching wounds closed
Thread (spools) Medium supply
  • Used for stitching wounds closed


Axe x01
  • Primarily used for chopping wood...or for more gruesome medical procedures
Bowls Medium supply
  • Various-sized bowls (majority made of wood, lesser amount made of metal); used for mixing and crafting cures
  • Smaller bowls are intended to be used for teas (to be readily consumed)
Cups Medium supply
  • Various-sized wooden cups; used for teas (to be readily consumed), mixing, or crafting cures
Flint stones Small supply
  • Used for starting fires
Knives Small supply
  • Various makes (metal or bone) and blade sizes
  • Clean and sharpened; used for cutting open wounds, materials, and medicine preparation
Mortar & Pestle x03
  • Wooden; used for crushing/grinding herbs and seeds into a powder or paste
Pails x05
  • Made of wood or metal; used for fetching water or as disposal bins for soiled bandages
Pots Small supply
  • Various-sized metal pots; used for mixing, brewing, and crafting cures
Spoons Medium supply
  • Wooden or metal spoons; used for measuring, mixing, or crafting cures
Whetstones x02
  • Used for sharpening knives and axe
  • Lubricate with water before beginning sharpening process
Wooden cutting boards Small supply
  • Various, flat boards made of wood; used for cutting herbs and crafting cures


Blankets Large supply
  • Various blankets made of sheep wool, goat cashmere wool, or animal pelts; used for patient warmth and comfort
Cord Large supply
  • Used for tying pouches and splinting
Dried meat Large supply
  • Used as quick and easy-access food in absence of raw or cooked meat or food being immediately available
Labrador Tea Small supply
  • Poisonous! Not meant for consumption!
  • Flowers are used as a moth-repellent for cloth storage items
  • Item is clearly labeled and placed out of reach of children
Leather squares Small supply
  • Thick but still malleable; used primarily for handling hot items/tools
Jars (wooden) Medium supply
  • Various empty jars made of wood with a wood top or cork stopper (less common); used for storing medicinal herbs and cures
Parchment & Charcoal Small supply
  • Used for notes or prescriptions
Pouches (leather) Large supply
  • Various empty pouches made of leather; used to store medicinal herbs and cures
Rope Small supply
  • Used for tying large bundles, securing patients, or larger splinting

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