Goldenmint

(S. Glorian, Q. Laurincë)
Other Names: Goldensap.
Type: Physical Alteration/Enhancement.
Original Reference: Previously unreported.
Range/Where Found: Short, temperate grasslands and
meadows. as well as gardens.
Characteristics: This herb grows to a height of 2’ and has a
long, spindly stalk. Its leaves, running the entire length of the
stem, are pear-shaped with serrated edges. There are dozens
of tiny, yellow flowers at the top of the plant which have a
mint-like smell.
Medicinal Uses: If placed in scalding (but not boiling) water
and allowed to seep for 10 minutes, goldenmint leaves may
be brewed into a tea capable of relieving (though not actually
healing) all but the worst pain.
Other Uses: None.
Cost: 2 gp/ dose.
Difficulty of Finding: Light.
Warning: If prepared with boiling water, the calming agents
in goldenmint arc: neutralized, leaving only a minty aftertaste.

Goldenmint

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