Arfandas

(S. Lebellas, Q. Lempelassë)
Other Names: Keltakukka.
Type: Bone Repair.
Range Where Found: Arfandas is usually found in temperate to northern climes and prefers shaded river and stream banks. Pleasing to the eye, many keep Afandas in their gardens.
Foraged: Shop-bought in Bree
Characteristics: Arfandas is a small flower, usually growing to no more than 8" in length. Its pale, yellow blossoms comprise 5 large petals growing around a blue center.
Medicinal Uses: Arfandas aids in the healing of bone fractures (2x normal healing rate). The stem of the plant is ground into a thick paste, which may be used as a poultice. It must be used fresh, because it does not keep for more than a few hours after being picked.
Other Uses: A small bouquet of blooming Arfandas looks nice on almost any table and is sure to brighten the room.
Cost: 2 sp is what vendors charge in the marketplace.
Difficulty of Finding: Very Hard.
Warning: When a picked plant is too old to use, its petals fall off.

Arfandas

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