Herbs and Drugs of Farland

Table of Contents

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Herbalism
    Finding Herbs
    Creating Herbal Concoctions
Herbs of Farland
    Chart of all Herbs of Farland
    Baneseed
    Battle Grog
    Bestra's Weed
    Braided Vines
    Calbran's Fist
    Capacin
    Citronellus
    Cloudspur
    Corpse Leaf
    Dithafoil
    Elanor
    Essence of Lavendra
    Flamgart's Eye
    Fluxweed
    Hellena
    Heshtail's Blessing
    Honeycap
    Humblewort
    Lotus
    Mage's Cowl
    Mandrake Root
    Moon Blossom
    Moss Glow
    Nadria
    Pipeleaf
    Pygmy Dogwood
    Red Clover
    Rot Gut
    Sageroot
    Sativum
    Sumash
    Thodrun Lily
    Tumeric
    White Berry
    Yellow Berry
    Yellow Thistle



Herbalism

Herbalism is the practice of using herbs, roots, spices, and other natural ingredients to create concoctions that produce some noteworthy effect. Many herbs exist in the World of Farland, and they often approximate magical effects, although herbs are never magical and their effect cannot be dispelled using magic.

Finding Herbs

Herbs are located throughout the world. To find herbs, you make either an Intelligence (Nature) check or a Wisdom (Survival) check; the amount of time it can take to find herbs varies and is left to DM discretion, but it generally takes at least one hour per check. The following chart lists the difficulty class of the check required to find an herb based on its rarity. A player can only find an herb if he or she is in the correct environment in which the herb grows, and if the herb is actually present (again, DM discretion). For example, if a player decides to look for Cloudspur in a cold mountain environment, the DM decides if any Cloudspur is potentially present. The player than makes a skill check, and if he succeeds on a DC between 16-20 (the exact number is set by the DM), he finds enough Cloudspur to make at least one concoction.

  Rarity   DC
  Common   5-10
  Uncommon         11-15
  Rare   16-20      
  Very Rare   21+

Creating Herbal Concoctions

You can craft a herbal concoction if you have the proper equipment such as vials, a workspace, and so forth. You must have all necessary ingredients, including the herb itself. You must be proficient with a herbalism kit to create herbal concoctions. For every day of downtime you spend crafting, you can craft one or more herbal concoctions with a total market value not exceeding 25 sp, and you must expend raw materials worth half the total market value. If a herbal concoction you want to craft has a market value greater than 25 sp, you make progress every day in 25 sp increments until you reach the market value of the herbal concoction. Multiple characters can combine their efforts toward the crafting of a herbal concoction, provided that the characters all have proficiency with herbalism kits and are working together in the same place. Each character contributes 25 sp worth of effort for every day spent helping to craft the herbal concoction.




Herbs of Farland

Here is a handy chart of all the herbs of Farland, their effect, their location, and their price.

Baneseed

Herb, rare

Baneseed is the seed from various varieties of nettle. When distilled with ragweed and oil made from the body part of a particular type of creature, it can be applied as a bonus action to a melee weapon or 10 pieces of ammo for a ranged weapon. The weapon then deals an additional point of damage against creatures of the type from which the oil was made. The damage is of the same type that the weapon deals and the effect lasts for five minutes once applied to the weapon.

Prickly Baneseed is found in temperate swamps and increases damage against abberations. Flowering Baneseed is found in cold forests and increases damage against beasts. Silken Baneseed is found in hot and arid deserts and increases damage against dragons. Waxy Baneseed is found in temperate hills and mountains and increases damage against fey. Stinging Baneseed is found in volcanic areas and increases damage against fiends. Leafy Baneseed is found in warm grasslands and increases damage against giants. Bitter Baneseed is found in shallow caves and grottos and increases damage against goblinoids. Sweet Baneseed is found in temperate forests and increases damage against humanoids. Mossy Baneseed grows in water and increases damage against monstrosities. Purple baneseed is found in steppes and increases damage against plants. White baneseed is found growing in graveyards and increases damage against corporeal undead (but not vampires). Black Baneseed is found in jungles and increases damage against incorporeal undead (it takes a part of the original corpse of an incorporeal undead to make oil of Black Baneseed).

If Baneseed oil is applied to a weapon that has already had an oil applied to it, both oils cease to function. Baneseed has created something of a market for the body parts of creatures.

Price to purchase Baneweed Concoction: 150 sp

Battle Grog

Potion, uncommon

This reddish grog is specially mixed using the blood or bone of a troll or ogre. Although the mixing process does not enable the finished product to retain many of the properties of the creature's blood, its bravery is preserved. For 1 minute after you use an action to drink this potion, you gain advantage on all saving throws and skill checks made to resist being frightened.

Price to purchase Battle Grog Concoction: 75 sp

Bestra's Weed

Herb, rare

This foul-smelling, green weed is only known to grow in Southern Kale. It can be combined with misteltoe and made into a salve that has healing effects. When you use an action to apply the salve made from Bestra's Weed, you regain 1 hit point. This salve may only be applied once per day or it produces a toxic buildup in the body that causes the user to take 1d4 poison damage per additional application of the salve.

Price to purchase Bestra's Weed Concoction: 15 sp

Braided Vines

Herb, common

This is a common vine in Jila on the continent of Eruna and on Selfhaven Archipelago. The strands of this vine grow in tight clusters which wrap over each other, giving it a braided appearance. They can be eaten as a vegetable and are quite nutritious, but if the Braided Vine is combined into a concoction with chive and clover, it temporally increases muscle performance. When consumed as an action, for one hour, Braided Vine concoction grants advantage on Strength (Athletics) checks, as long as the check is not made as part of an attack action, such as a grapple.

Price to purchase Braided Vine Concoction: 10 sp

Calbran's Fist

Herb, uncommon

This plant has lance-shaped leaves and flourishes in marshes. If mixed in a concoction of alcohol and garlic, it is known for increasing the physical strength of those who eat it, but only for a short time. When you use an action to consume the concoction, you gain advantage on Strength checks and Strength saving throws for 10 minutes. If you consume any additional doses of Calbran's Fist before you have completed a short rest, you feel nauseous, and the additional doses have no effect.

Price to purchase Calbran's Fist Concoction: 75 sp

Capacin

Herb, uncommon

A particularly potent form of pepper, capacin can be recognized by its mottled purple and green skin. It grows in dry, hot climates. It is prized by the brave as a spice, but it can be mixed with lemon juice and cherry powder to create a dust grenade that counts as an improvised weapon with a range of 10/20 feet. On a hit, the target must succeed at a DC 15 Dexterity saving throw or take 2 (1d4) points of acid damage and be blinded until the end of its next turn. On a success, it takes half damage and is not blinded.

Price to purchase Capacin Concoction: 100 sp

Citronellus

Herb, uncommon

This spikey green-leafed plant is found near the edges of grasslands and forests. When ground to a paste and mixed with flaxseed oil it can be used to ward off insects. When an action is used to apply the concoction to the skin or clothing, for the next 4 hours it will grant advantage on survival checks made to travel through swampy environments. If applied more than twice a day, it can breakdown fabric or cause rashes on the skin.

Price to purchase Citronellus Concoction: 10 sp

Cloudspur

Herb, rare

Called Heilak by the dwarves and Mirena by the elves, this small plant has pale white leaves and grows in cold hills or mountains. When prepared in a mixture of vinegar and tyme, it has medicinal properties. When you use an action to ingest the preparation, you immediately get a saving throw to attempt to recover from one non-magical disease from which you are suffering (if the disease is amenable to recovery in this fashion). Attempts to ingest more than one preparation of Cloudspur per day result in vomiting.

Price to purchase Cloudspur Concoction: 100 sp

Corpse Leaf

Herb, rare

This pale gray leaf grows in cool climes and is only found growing atop graves. When mixed in a concoction of green tea and fennel, it cures fatigue. Lesser orcs, to compensate for the greater endurance of hobgoblins and oluks, will often consume Corpse Leaf when engaging in forced marches. When you use an action to ingest the corpse leaf concoction, one level of exhaustion is removed from you. If you ingest more than one dose of Corpse Leaf within a 24 hour period, you gain one level of exhaustion per additional dose.

Price to purchase Corpse Leaf Concoction: 75 sp

Dithafoil

Herb, common

Dithafoil is a dark red rose of exquisite beauty that grows wild in cold to temperate lands of medium elevation. It favors shade. When its leaves are mixed into a concoction with common garden mushrooms and goat's milk, it acts as a contraceptive. When you consume Dithafoil concoction as an action, it becomes nearly impossible for you to sire or conceive children while under its effects (which last for 8 hours). Repeated use of Dithafoil concoction has been known to lead to permanent infertility; keep track of the total number of Dithafoil concoctions you consume. Upon the consumption of your 20th Dithafoil concoction, you must succeed on a Constitution saving throw or become permanently infertile. The DC is 5. Each additional time after the 20th that you consume Dithafoil Concoction, you must repeat the saving throw. The DC increases by 1 for each additional concoction consumed. Magic such as the regenerate spell can restore your fertility.

Price to purchase Dithafoil Concoction: 1 sp

Elanor

Herb, common

This yellow, star-shaped flower is commonly found growing in full sunlight on warm or temperate hilltops. It is beautiful to behold, but the true properties of this flower are not seen until night. When crushed in a glass vial and shaken with acidic juice, it emits light equivalent to a candle for 8 hours.

Price to purchase Elanor Concoction: 1 cp

Essence of Lavendra

Herb, common

This plant is a shrubby perennial related to the common lavender plant. It grows wild in warm places of low rainfall. When mixed with normal lavendar and tarragon, it can be concocted into a salve which, when rubbed on the body as an action, will cause any creature attempting to track you by scent to do so at disadvantage. This effect lasts for 1 hour. Applying doses concurrently has no additional effect, but any number of doses can be used in succession.

Price to purchase Essence of Lavendra Concoction: 10 sp

Flamgart's Eye

Herb, common

This bright red blossom grows abundantly in grassy fields with lots of sunshine and medium amounts of precipitation. When the stalk of the plant is mixed with vinegar and lemon, it protects the user against intoxication. When you consume Flamgart's Eye concoction as an action, you can drink twice the amount of alcohol before you are inebriated. This effect lasts for 8 hours. Additional doses have no effect. If taken with Honeycap, it induces vomiting and all effects of both concoctions are lost. If taken more than once in 72 hours, it also induces vomiting, and beneficial effects are lost.

Price to purchase Flamgart's Eye Concoction: 1 sp

Fluxweed

Herb, rare

This stalky, green-leaved plant has small purple flowers. It extrudes viscous oil when muddled with salt. It grows best in lowlands that are arid or that have only light rainfall. When its viscous oil is combined with alcohol and vinegar, it creates a foul-tasting potion that aids in disguising your appearance. When imbibed as an action, it grants advantage for one hour on bluff checks made while using a disguise kit to alter your appearance. If more than one dose is consumed in 24 hours, it will cause a distinctive pink rash on the checks that causes disadvantage on Charisma checks, and if used for more than 3 days in a row, the rash may become permanent. In this case, it can only be removed with a lesser restoration spell

Price to purchase Fluxweed Concoction: 50 sp

Hellena

Herb, rare

A type of ivy that prefers to twine around tree trunks in temperate regions, especially in the Allinus Valley in the Kingdom of Farland, this plant is prized by sages for the cognitive effect it produces. When mixed into a concoction with pepper and olives and consumed as an action, you can reroll one Intelligence check you made in the last 5 minutes. Taking more than one dose of Hellena in a 24-hour period causes you to suffer disadvantage on all Intelligence checks for the next 24-hours.

Price to purchase Hellena Concoction: 75 sp

Heshtail's Blessing

Herb, uncommon

Also called Kervil, Heshtail’s Blessing is a flower that grows in rainy low-land areas and that has a waxy, pink blossom. When dried and added to a concoction containing fennel and mint, its remarkable properties become apparent. Consumed as an action, it steels the will, providing advantage on Wisdom saving throws, but it makes one temporarily weaker, causing disadvantage on Strength saving throws. The effect lasts for five minutes. Additional doses have no effect.

Price to purchase Heshtail's Blessing Concoction: 65 sp

Honeycap

Herb, uncommon

This wild mushroom has a golden color and grows in cool to moderate hills. Unlike most mushrooms, honeycap prefers areas of direct sunlight. Dwarves ferment Honeycap and use it to brew beer. Ironically, when crushed into a paste and mixed with heated goat's milk, a dose of honeycap, consumed as an action, will remove intoxication and make the user sober.

Price to purchase Honeycap Concoction: 5 sp

Humblewort

Herb, uncommon

This small, thorny plant has bright red berries. It grows in temperate, wooded areas. When the berries are dried, they have a hallucinogenic effect that some find pleasant. When you consume a handful of Humblewort berries as an action, you hallucinate for 2 hours. During the 2 hours, you suffer disadvantage on intelligence, wisdom, and charisma checks and saving throws, although you feel blissful.

Price to purchase Humblewort Concoction: 10 sp

Lotus

Herb, uncommon

This beautiful, water-growing flower, which looks like a water lily, is native to Yrrkune but was introduced into Kelerak by the Lord of Lust. It thrives in temperate climes and needs a very wet environment, like a lake or swamp, in which to grow. As a drug, it was much sought-after during the Dark Occupation, and lotus addicts still roam the streets of Dragonspur. The plant, when mixed with wild honey into a tea-like concoction, produces an extremely pleasant, soporific high that is also very addictive. A dose dulls physical pain and provides a sense of pleasure, warmth, and well-being: you have advantage on Constitution saving throws. Users are also very sleepy and are slow and addled. You have disadvantage on Dexterity checks, Dexterity saving throws, Intelligence checks, and Intelligence saving throws. You also have disadvantage on saving throws to avoid being put to sleep. These effects last for four hours. Lotus is also very addictive. When you take a dose of lotus, you must succeed at a DC 10 Constitution saving throw (without advantage from the drug) for each dose of lotus or become addicted. Each cumulative time the drug is used, the DC of the saving throw to avoid addiction goes up by 1, and the save never goes back down-- once an addict, always an addict. Once addicted, you will feel very compelled to take the drug and must succeed at a DC 15 Constitution saving throw or gain a level of exhaustion per day that the drug is not ingested (you will never gain more than five levels of exhaustion from failing to take the drug). If you take a dose of lotus during the addiction cycle, you immediately lose all levels of exhaustion gained from failing to take lotus. If you succeed at three consecutive Constitution saving throws from failing to take lotus, the addiction cycle is broken and you will stop needing to make a Consitution saving throw from failing to take lotus. You will still be susceptible to lotus, however, and if you ever take it again, the cycle will pick up where it left off. Taking more than one dose is dangerous-- two doses have no mechanical effects but increase your sense of pleasure and well-being. Three doses are likely to put you to sleep. If you imbibe more than three doses, you must succeed at a DC 13 Constitution saving throw or die. If you succeed at the saving throw, you are unconscious for 10 minutes and gain the poisoned condition for 4 hours.

Price to purchase Lotus Concoction: 10 sp

Mage's Cowl

Herb, rare

A plant with a tall, erect stem, it is named for the shape of its red flowers. It grows in temperate to warm grasslands. When combined with tarragon and rye, it acts as a strong anesthetic. Consuming Mage's Cowl concoction as an action provides the following benefits, which last for one hour: you gain 5 temporary hitpoints, and if you acquire a lingering injury while under the effect of Mage's Cowl concoction, you gain a +5 bonus to any roll made to determine what sort of lingering injury is acquired. Additional doses of Mage's Cowl have no effect. Mage's Cowl reacts badly with Battle Grog; if you consume a dose of either while under the effects of the other, all benefits of both are lost, and you gain one level of exhaustion.

Price to purchase Mage's Cowl Concoction: 50 sp

Mandrake Root

Herb, uncommon

This herb is the root of the Mandrake plant, which has bell-shaped purple flowers and orange berries. It grows in warm grasslands and the outskirts of warm forests. The root looks vaguely man-shaped. If the root is mashed, brewed into a concoction with bitter almonds,and an entire dose is ingested, it is poisonous: A creature subjected to this poison must make a DC 10 Constitution saving throw. On a failed save, it takes 5 (1d10) poison damage and is poisoned for 8 hours. On a successful save, the creature takes half damage and isn’t poisoned. However, the poisonous concoction tastes extremely bitter, potentially warning a victim before it takes an entire dose. When stripped of its outer skin, the soft tender center of the root can be boiled into a tea-like concoction with lemons and honey. A creature that imbibes this tea-like concoction has advantage on the first three saving throws it makes against poison within the next 24 hours.

Price to purchase Mandrake Root Concoction (either one): 50 sp

Moon Blossom

Herb, very rare

A pale white or blue blossom that grows in cool, swampy regions, this rare plant has extremely remarkable properties. Priests and paladins before the Dark Times prized it. They swore that it buttressed the spirit and protected against the walking dead. It can be mixed with common mint and brewed into a tea-like potion. When you use an action to drink this potion, you gain resistance to necrotic damage for 10 minutes. You gain 20 temporary hit points that protect you against undead attacks. During that 10 minutes, if an undead hits you with an attack that would reduce your hit point maximum, your temporary hit points are instead reduced by that amount. After the 10 minutes, any remaining temporary hit points disappear. The temporary hit points gained by imbibing moon blossom tea will not protect against damage from any other source except attacks by undead that reduce your hit point maximum.

Price to purchase Moon Blossom Concoction: 500 sp

Moss Glow

Herb, rare

This bright green moss is found in moist, subterranean areas which have been subjected to magical energy. When combined with dandelion wine and oregano and brewed into a concoction, this moss causes the imbiber's eyes to glow with a dim green light and allows him to see without light. When you use an action to imbibe moss glow concoction, you gain dark vision for 4 hours. However, because it causes your eyes to glow, you have disadvantage on stealth checks during this period. Imbibing another dose of moss glow concoction before you complete a long rest has no effect.

Price to purchase Moss Glow Concoction: 50 sp

Nadria

Herb, uncommon

This common vine comes in three varieties: High Growth Nadria, Swamp Nadria, and Desert Nadria. Each looks essentially similar but differs in the color of its flowers, the location where it grows, and the effect it provides. High Growth Nadria has blue flowers and grows in warm mountains. It can be mixed with oregano into a concoction that can be consumed as an action; the imbiber gains advantage on dexterity saving throws for 10 minutes. Swamp Nadria has white flowers and grows in swamps. It can be mixed with rhubarb into a concoction that can be consumed as an action; the imbiber gains advantage on intelligence saving throws for 10 minutes. Desert Nadria has green flowers and grows in hot deserts. It can be mixed with purple passionflower into a concoction that can be consumed as an action; the imbiber gains advantage on charisma saving throws for 10 minutes. If you consume any additional doses of the same type of Nadria before you have completed a short rest, you feel nauseous, and the additional doses have no effect. When under the effect of Nadria, if you take an additional dose of Nadria (of any type), you become nauseous and lose all benefits from the herb.

Price to purchase all Nadria Concoctions: 75 sp

Pipeleaf

Herb, common

Many races throughout Farland smoke the dried leaves of plants. Old Norey pipeleaf is found in the hills of Zeland and is known for its charming effects among friends. Old Norey is commonly dried and cured with oregano and nutmeg. When a pipe of Old Norey is smoked, it forms a bond among all that have inhaled the smoke. For five minutes or until the smoke dissipates, all smokers have the charmed condition placed upon them by all the other smokers. Southern Star pipeleaf is typically found growing in Orland and Daven. Due to the heavy weight of its smoke, it is popular for blowing smoke rings, and some wizards have even learned how to integrate it into their prestidigitation tricks. As an action, a caster who is able to cast prestidigitation can inhale the smoke of Southern Star and exhale smoke in the shape of a small animal that hovers within range until the end of his next turn.

Price to purchase Pipeleaf Concoction: 25 sp

Pygmy Dogwood

Herb, uncommon

An undersized relative of the Kelerak-native tree that is more usually found in the northern reaches of Anaria, the pygmy dogwood resembles a sturdy grass, only readily identifiable when it turns bright red in autumn and winter. Unlike its cousin, it has only one use, and only to those who possess arcane skill. Harvested in midwinter with a cold iron blade, the stems must be dried under moonlight to awaken their potential. Then, when crushed to powder and inhaled, it triggers a frenzied state that greatly empowers magical abilities for a brief time, but tends to inhibit rational thought or other activity. When you take Pygmy Dogwood concoction as an action, for the next 5 minutes when you roll damage from casting a spell, you may reroll 1s. However, you suffer disadvantage to Intelligence checks and Intelligence saving throws during that time. If you take another dose of Pygmy Dogwood before you have completed a long rest, you must succeed at a DC 12 Constitution saving throw or take 1d6 poison damage, gain the poisoned condition for 1 hour, and lose all beneficial effects from the herb.

Price to purchase Pygmy Dogwood Concoction: 100 sp

Red Clover

Herb, uncommon

Red clover is a variety of common clover recognizable by the bright red underside of its leaves. It grows in low elevations of cool to moderate climes. When picked under a full moon, combined with sage, brewed in a tea, and consumed as an action, it makes the imbiber luckier. For the next hour, whenever you roll a 1 on a d20 for an attack roll, ability check, or saving throw, you can re-roll the die and must use the new roll. Red Clover reacts badly with Moon Blossom; if either is consumed while the other is in effect, the effects of both are lost. Consuming more than one dose of Red Clover concoction has no effect.

Price to purchase Red Clover Concoction: 75 sp

Rot Gut

Herb, rare

This disgusting yellow root grows in warm climes and low elevations. The plant itself is a nettle-like variety of weed. When its root is extracted and mixed with essence of mistletoe and the blood of a sentient creature, it creates a vile-tasting concoction that provides a sense of invincibility and numbness. It is often given to the dark races just before important battles because of its powerful medicinal effects. After having imbibed Rotgut Concoction, for the next 5 minutes, if damage reduces you to 0 hit points, you must make a Constitution saving throw with a DC of 5 + the damage taken, unless the damage is from a critical hit. On a success, you drop to 1 hit point instead. The DC of this saving throw increases by 2 for each time after the first that damage reduces you to 0 hitpoints. If you take two or more doses of Rot Gut at once, you can make the Constitution saving throw when damage reduces you to 0 hit points even if that damage is from a critical hit, but when the duration expires you vomit for 10 minutes and gain a level of exhaustion. The level of exhaustion can be removed by all normal methods.

Price to purchase Rot Gut Concoction: 75 sp

Sageroot

Herb, uncommon

These light pink roots grow beneath the Sage plant, a rather nondescript weed-like plant with serated, oblong leaves. The Sage plant can be found growing in Southern Daven and Southern Orland. Sageroot is especially prized by doctors and healers, because when it is brewed into an oily concoction with dill and then added to Bestra's Weed salve, it increases the potency of the latter's healing effects: When you use an action to apply salve made from Bestra's Weed that also has Sageroot concoction in it, you regain 3 (1d4 +1) hit points. Sageroot concoction also reduces the toxic buildup from Bestra's Weed concoction, allowing you to apply Bestra's Weed concoction with Sageroot concoction in it twice per day instead of once per day.

Price to purchase Sageroot Concoction: 10 sp

Sativum

Herb, uncommon

This bulb grows throughout the continent of Farland. It has bright green shoots and small white flowers. Though it is a commonly found herb, sativum must be picked while the plant is flowering in order to be effective. When the odorus blub is dried, ground, and mixed with wood dust and silver powder, it has been known to repel vampires. When the mixture is sprinkled on one's clothing as a bonus action, it will grant advantage on wisdom saving throws against a vampire's charm action for 5 minutes. Alternatively the mixture can be added to olive oil and applied to a weapon as an action. If within 5 minutes after applying the concoction to a weapon you use that weapon to deal damage to a vampire, the vampire's regeneration does not function until the end of its next turn. After damaging the vampire, the concoction that has been applied to the weapon is expended.

Price to purchase Sativum Concoction: 150 sp

Sumash

Herb, uncommon

Native to the westernmost parts of Kale and the Wild Lands beyond, this bush, a more potent relative of the common sumac plant, can grow to nearly a meter tall. Also known as Urushberry, its distinctive red berries are arranged in spiraled clusters about a thin but sturdy stem. Most sumash varieties are harmless and often find themselves harvested to be ground up into garnish or seasoning, or, in the case of particularly adventurous architects, painted onto marble to provide a rich purple stain that is practically impossible to remove. There are a small number which are not harmless, however, and they are identifiable by their pink or white berries. Rashes and hives are common results of brushing up against a wild sumash of this type, whilst a fire that consumes them can make the toxins airborne and extremely dangerous if breathed in. Those who touch wild sumac must succeed at a DC 10 Constitution saving throw or suffer an allergic reaction that imposes disadvantage on Dexterity checks for the next hour (success just prevents the irritation from being severe enough to be mechanically significant). Those exposed to the smoke of burning sumash must succeed at a DC 12 Constitution saving throw or suffer disadvantage on Constitution checks for the next hour and can only hold their breath for half the usual duration for the next 24 hours. White sumac in fruit can be carefully harvested and combined with chalk power to produce a dust grenade that counts as an improvised weapon with a range of 10/20 ft. On a hit, the target must succeed at a DC 12 Constitution saving throw or suffer disadvantage on Constitution checks for the next hour and can only hold its breath for half the usual duration during that hour.

Price to purchase Sumash Grenade Concoction: 25 sp

Thodrun Lily

Herb, common

This waxy lily is aquatic and grows in fresh water in temperate climes. When brewed into a concoction with pansies and consumed as an action, you gain the ability to hold your breath for twice as long as normal. This effect lasts for 24 hours. Taking additional doses when under the effect of a previous dose has no additional effect.

Price to purchase all Thodrun Lily Concoction: 15 sp

Tumeric

Herb, uncommon

This bright orange rhizome is found in hot, dry climates under a stem-like green plant with bright purple flowers. When the root is dried and ground into a powder, it can be used as an orange dye, but it is especially prized for its medicinal qualities. When combined with olive oil and applied as an action to a disease-causing wound, it will grant advantage on the next saving throw made to end the effect of the disease.

Price to purchase Tumeric Concoction: 75 sp

White Berry

Herb, uncommon

This bush which grows in warm lowlands and swamps is recognizable by its waxy white berries. When mixed with parsnip and whiskey, it provides protection against natural cold. When you consume White Berry concoction as an action, for the next 8 hours, you gain advantage on any constitution saving throws you make because of exposure to extreme cold or frigid water caused by natural conditions.

Price to purchase White Berry Concoction: 10 sp

Yellow Berry

Herb, uncommon

This bush, a relative of White Berry, grows in cold highlands and is able to be identified by its bright yellow berries. When mixed with pine needles and white wine, it provides protection against natural heat. When you consume Yellow Berry concoction as an action, for the next 8 hours, you gain advantage on any Constitution saving throws you make because of exposure to hot temperatures and extremes of heat caused by natural conditions.

Price to purchase Yellow Berry Concoction: 10 sp

Yellow Thistle

Herb, uncommon

This plant of the daisy family typically has a prickly stem and leaves and rounded heads of yellow flowers. It grows in temperate to cold climes and at low to medium elevations. When mixed in a concoction of chervil and hemp, it heightens the senses: You have advantage on perception checks. The effect lasts for 10 minutes. If you consume any additional doses of Yellow Thistle before you have completed a short rest, you feel jittery, your field of vision becomes yellow, and you gain no additional mechanical effects. Yellow Thistle reacts badly with Moss Glow. If you imbibe it while currently under the effects of Moss Glow, you immediately vomit and lose all benefits from both drugs.

Price to purchase Yellow Thistle Concoction: 50 sp