Kingsfoot

(S. Arandal, Q. Arantol)
Other Names: Kingsroot.
Type:: General Purpose.
Original Reference: Previously unreported.
Range/Where Found: Deciduous forests, usually
along well-worn trails.
Characteristics: This plant stands 2’ high and has
several long leaves that arc up from its base and
then back toward the ground, exposing a central
stalk which terminates in a large, white flower
shaped like a mace. Its white, tuberous root is
shaped like a foot.
Medicinal Uses: If ground, mixed with wine and
imbibed, the root is said to bring long and peaceful
sleep. The subject awakens refreshed, their mental
burdens and unnecessary worries gone.
Other Uses: Kingsfoot is one of the ingredients to a
cure for the disease grelnixar. (See MERP, p.
257.)
Cost: 12 gp/dose.
Difficulty of Finding: Very Hard.
Warning: None.

Kingsfoot

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