What Is A CareTakers Role?
The caretaker of the pack is a wolf who tends to the sick, injured, wounded and has a disposition of great care for those of their family. They are also around and help tend and care for any pups or pack pups throughout the season.
The caretaker is responsible for the well being of the pack being it physically and sometimes mentally. They’re there to listen and offer guidance to other wolves who might need it. The role of a caretaker is to also have knowledge of the flora and medicinal plants that are within the territory that might aid in the recovery of injured wolves.
Remedy For: Headaches, Bruising, Pain, Digestive Issues and Fever
Remedy For: Antispasmodic (relieves muscle strain) and relieves stomach aches
Remedy For: Anti-inflamitaory
Remedy For: inflammation, promotes healing of wounds, soothes skin, and soothes irritation
Remedy For: Alder tree’s inner bark can induce vomitting in case of bad idigenstion
Remedy For: Bark is chewed up and applied to broken or bruised bones, prevents cuts from becoming infected, and helps with general ill health
Remedy For: Burns and skin trouble
Remedy For: Leaves are crushed up and applied to cuts and scrapes to help promote faster healing
Remedy For: Arthritis, broken bones, burns, cold/flu, coughs, cuts/scrapes, infections/inflammation, internal pain, nausea, sore muscles and tooth-aches
Remedy For: Stomach troubles, internal pain, and eye problems
Healing With The Bot Fenrir
As a caretaker of the pack you have the ability to heal wolves who are injured in hunts or otherwise.
When wolves hunt the possibility of a wolf getting injured is very high so the caretaker is encouraged to either be around or hunt along with the rest of the pack.