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You recall nilos grass is used to heal external abdomen injuries, and is generally found in boreal forests, deciduous Forests, chaparrals, and coastal areas.
 
You recall nilos grass is used to heal external abdomen injuries, and is generally found in boreal forests, deciduous Forests, chaparrals, and coastal areas.
 
==Description==
 
==Description==
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*Nilos grass is a stubby short grass with rounded leaves; it is light green, growing in poor soil and partial shade. - taken from [[ Book:IcwHH|Healing Herbs (book)]]
 
==Common Locations==
 
==Common Locations==
 
*This grass is often found with other grasses in open filed areas.
 
*This grass is often found with other grasses in open filed areas.
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==Other Notes==
 
==Other Notes==
 
*(old system) Dried and powdered it can be rubbed on specific wound locations in addition to being eaten. Doubling up the dose has not negative side effect (as long as it's eaten and rubbed).
 
*(old system) Dried and powdered it can be rubbed on specific wound locations in addition to being eaten. Doubling up the dose has not negative side effect (as long as it's eaten and rubbed).
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*Found year-round, it is a tender, almost tasteless, grass with almost no smell. - taken from [[ Book:IcwHH|Healing Herbs (book)]]
 
==Related Articles==
 
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*[[Alchemy]]
 
*[[Alchemy]]

Revision as of 13:44, 18 October 2014

Name Skill Season Time Special Conditions Terrain Body Part Healed
niols grass

Recall Herb

You recall nilos grass is used to heal external abdomen injuries, and is generally found in boreal forests, deciduous Forests, chaparrals, and coastal areas.

Description

  • Nilos grass is a stubby short grass with rounded leaves; it is light green, growing in poor soil and partial shade. - taken from Healing Herbs (book)

Common Locations

  • This grass is often found with other grasses in open filed areas.

Other Notes

  • (old system) Dried and powdered it can be rubbed on specific wound locations in addition to being eaten. Doubling up the dose has not negative side effect (as long as it's eaten and rubbed).
  • Found year-round, it is a tender, almost tasteless, grass with almost no smell. - taken from Healing Herbs (book)

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