Welcome to the Medical Items List!
This is a work in progress as we discover new plants and critters to use as medical items! Let me know what you think of our current list and how we can apply some more items from the Sims 3.
Basil-encourages the body to heal
Bumbleleaf- helps break fevers
Buzzberry- increases energy
Chamomile- used to increase social interaction and calm anxious cats
Cinnamon- helps increase blood flow,
Ghost Chili Pepper- helps break fever or help a cat warm up on the inside
Ginseng-increases energy, increases circulation
Greenleaf- helps with greencough and whitecough
Lavender- promotes calm, can help induce sleep, and speedy recovery from many illnesses. can help with coughs
Lemon: helps with infections
Licorice- helps relieve hunger pains
Mandrake- used to induce vomiting
Peppermint- increase circulation, if eaten neutralizes some poisons, helps cancel out the taste of other items
Red Berry Bean-helps with infections
Red Valerian- allays pain and promotes sleep
Sweetgrass- helps with nausea and infections
Wolfsbane- used for infected wounds from fights with other animals, dogs, wolves, raccoons etc.
Wonderpetal- encourages the body to heal
White Caps: Minor cure for poison, only 10% effective, many have to be eaten to be significant
Porcinis: Food substitute, used for cats with hunger or bellyache, 25% effective
Blowfish: Used for Poison Ranging from Weak To moderate
Spotted beetle: helps with cases of cough
Spider: helps staunch bleeding
Trilobite Beetle: Encourage healing for broken bones
Spotted Beetle: Encourage healing in the body for cuts and large wounds, 60% effective
Light Beetle: Decrease the chance of infection of a wound and increase the likely hood of kit survival by 10% before birth
Rainbow Beetle: Brings a cat back from the brink of death, 90% effective
Scarab Beetle: Brings a cat back from the brink of death 60% effective
Assassin Beetle: poisonous when eaten but when prepared properly can be used to cure almost any poison, 80% effective
Honey: helps with infection or to soothe sore throats.
Maple leaves: Used to Carry Water