Rangers of the North
(S. Pethlebed, Q. Quesselepsë)
Other Names: Frillrod, Ache-ease.
Type: Concussion Relief.
Original Reference: Previously unreported.
Range/Where Found: Along the shores of freshwater
Chatacteristics: This member of me teed family is easily
distinguished by the long. hairy fan on the top of its stalk. Its
streames reach lengths of up to 3.’ (The entire plant an rise
to a height of 6’) In fall, the streames sail off on the wind,
each bearing a seed.
Medicinal Uses: Boiling the frilly top of sheep’s plume and
straining the brew yields a tea that restores 2-20 concussion
Other Uses: Sheep’s plume tea is also said to be good for
curing the disease jadaras. (See MERP, p. 257.)
Cost: 5 gp/dose.
Difficulty of Finding: Medium.