Comfrey - You use the roots and leaves. Comfrey can be used as a fodder, poultice, salve or compress for injuries, bruises, broken bones, respiratory or digestive problems. It’s an anti-inflammatory, demulcent, astrigent, expectorant, and hemostatic.
Slippery Elm - You use the inner bark by powdering it and adding water. You can then use slippery elm for upset stomachs (scours), constipation, diarrhea, coughs, or inflammation.
Calendula - You use the flowers in poultices, salves, or tinctures to heal wounds, skin eruptions, treat infections, and stop bleeding. Great for things like drying up umbilical cords, tail docking, and castration.
Yarrow - You use the leaves as a styptic. You can chew them and put on wounds to stop bleeding. It is also an astringent and anti-inflammatory.
Raspberry and blackberry leaves - These can be fed to help in birthing and to aid digestion.
Goldenseal - Can be used externally or internally. It is an antiseptic, astringent, diuretic, laxative and tonic. It’s best in problems that include mucus membranes. It’s endangered.
Burdock - You can use the leaves as a poultice or infusion to apply externally to boils, tumors, burns, and skin eruptions.
Echinacea - The entire plant is used and is best as a tincture for preventing infections, fevers, colds, flu, skin eruptions, and respiratory problems.
Sage - You can use as an infusion or dried herb to feed to dairy goats to dry up milk flow.
Peppermint oil - Is a carminative that expels gas and can be used for bloat. May also be applied to udder to treat mastitis.
Lavender oil - Stimulates milk let down and is antiseptic. Use in udderwash.
Tea tree oil - Antiseptic. Use in udder wash and for treating external problems.
OLS and CEG tinctures - (Oregano, lobelia, and slippery elm and cayenne, echinacea, garlic) Made by Dr. Paul and used to treat respiratory illnesses
Cod liver oil - for turned in eyelids, eye infections, and other eye problems (high in Vitamin A)
Garlic juice - used as a natural de-wormer