- Name: ‘Fernu Constitula’
- Available: Spring 15%
- Locale: Temperate Humid
- Cost: 5 gp/ 7 gp
- Uses: 2
“discovered a miraculous remedy while on his search, the herb of wonderful relaxation and mindfulness cure.”
Rhulun Rikeim was an enigmatic Botanist and wanderer known for his mysterious journeys into uncharted territories. Legends speak of a gifted Healer with an unparalleled affinity for nature, who embarked on a quest to find the fabled ‘ .’ It is said that Rhulun encountered a venomous on the brink of death, which miraculously healed itself after consuming a peculiar herb growing nearby. Intrigued by this revelation, Rhulun named the Herb ‘Snakeheal’ and devoted his life to uncovering its secrets and harnessing its potent healing properties.
Rhulun Rikeim’s relentless pursuit of the ‘Garden of Serenity’ led him through treacherous jungles, perilous mountains, and forgotten ruins. Along the way, he faced dangerous creatures, ancient curses, and the enchanting allure of untamed wilderness. Despite these challenges, Rhulun’s unyielding determination finally led him to the heart of the Garden. There, among the winding vines and radiant blossoms, he discovered the elusive Snakeheal—a gift from nature’s embrace that bestowed the power of rejuvenation upon those who encountered it.
Leaves: The Snakeheal boasts large, lustrous leaves with a striking emerald hue. Each leaf has a distinct heart-shaped form and a smooth, waxy surface, rendering it resistant to water and pests.
Stem: The Snakeheal Fern has a slender and non-woody stem that can reach a height of three meters. It is adorned with delicate, silver-white filaments, enhancing its otherworldly appearance.
Flowers: The Snakeheal Fern is unique in that it does not produce flowers. Instead, it propagates through spores released from the underside of its leaves.
Root: The Snakeheal Fern’s root system is shallow but extensive, reaching outward in a circular pattern to gather nutrients from the surrounding soil.
Bark: N/A (As a fern, the Snakeheal does not possess bark.)
Fruits: N/A (As a fern, the Snakeheal does not produce traditional fruits.)
Seeds: The Snakeheal Fern disperses through spores, which are microscopic and resemble tiny iridescent stars.
The Snakeheal Fern thrives in temperate rainforests and humid, mist-covered environments. It flourishes amidst lush vegetation and near tranquil bodies of water, where it can absorb ample moisture and sunlight.
The Snakeheal Fern is used to create a soothing Tisane renowned for its calming effects on the body and mind. When brewed into a tea, the Tisane grants a sense of tranquility, alleviating stress, anxiety, and insomnia. It is often sipped before meditation or during moments of introspection, allowing one to connect with their inner self and achieve inner harmony.
Preparation: To prepare the Snakeheal Tisane, gather fresh Snakeheal Fern leaves during the morning dew. Allow the leaves to air dry for two weeks, preserving their therapeutic properties and flavor.
Product: Snakeheal Tisane
Use: Steep a handful of dried Snakeheal Fern leaves in hot water for five minutes. Savor the aromatic and earthy notes of the Tisane while focusing on your breath and embracing the calm it instills.
Effect: The Snakeheal Tisane induces a profound sense of relaxation and serenity. Its warm embrace soothes the nerves, allowing one to attain a peaceful state of mind and restore their inner balance.
While the Snakeheal Tisane is renowned for its calming effects, it should be consumed in moderation. Excessive consumption may lead to lethargy and drowsiness, impairing one’s ability to focus and carry out daily tasks.
Skjald El Mary
Legends speak of the Snakeheal Fern as a gift from the elusive Serpent Deity, a powerful entity that watches over the balance of life and death. According to ancient tales, those who encounter the Snakeheal Fern are granted glimpses of the Serpent Deity’s wisdom, granting them a deeper understanding of the cycles of nature and the interconnectedness of all living beings. The Snakeheal Fern is revered by those who seek inner peace and a profound connection with the natural world, making it a cherished symbol among spiritual seekers and healers.
Last Updated on 2023-07-29 by IoM-Christian