- Climate: Temperate
- Locale: Rural
- Type: Perennial
- Available: Summer 30%
- Cost: 10 gp/ 10 gp
- Uses: 3
“Yorram, is steeped in legends of its remarkable hemostatic properties. Tales of its discovery trace back to the renowned herbalist, who unraveled its healing potential.”
The herbalist Nogger Vomlen, with his keen eye for medicinal flora, stumbled upon the remarkable Yorram during his quest to uncover nature’s hidden treasures. He recognized the potency of the small white flowers that clustered at the top of the herb’s one to two-feet-tall straight stems. Intrigued by its potential, he put Yorram to the test.
Yorram stands tall with straight stems, reaching a height of one to two feet. Adorned with clusters of small white flowers at their top, this herb holds the promise of healing and hemostatic wonders.
Skjald El Mary
Preparation: To harness Yorram’s healing prowess, carefully crush the small white flowers, extracting their vital essence.
Use: The crushed flowers must be immediately applied to bleeding wounds for optimal results.
Effect: When properly applied, Yorram functions as an effective hemostatic agent. For minor wounds, it will stop the bleeding altogether, providing rapid relief. For more severe injuries with major bleeding, Yorram reduces the blood flow to a minor level, alleviating the risk and allowing for more manageable treatment.
For major wounds with persistent bleeding, a second application of Yorram can be utilized to further curb the blood flow, promoting faster clotting and reducing the risk of excessive blood loss.
Caution should be exercised when using Yorram after it has dried out, as doing so might impede the natural clotting process of wounds. To ensure its efficacy, Yorram must be applied fresh and immediately after preparation.
Last Updated on 2023-12-25 by IoM-Christian