Choose Your Own Adventure – The Young Herbologist

Beware and Warning!

This book is different from other books.

You and YOU ALONE are in charge of what happens in this story.

There are dangers, choices, adventures and consequences. The wrong decision could end in disaster...

Today is your birthday and your parents, finally thinking you old enough for it, are offering you your own greenhouse. But not everything is as it seems. Will your knowledge in Herbology be enough to keep you out of trouble? Or will your decisions and lack of studying cost you more than you could have imagined...

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Chapter 116

Chapter 116

You select
the choice that says “Aconite”.  The
magical barrier disappears and you can see your aconite, also known as
Monkshood and Wolsfbane. You try to be extremely careful as you move around to
inspect the plant, but something trips you and you left hand lands on the plant
to stabilize you. Worried for the aconite you quickly remove your hand and see
that it’s not too worse for wear. You then look at your left hand and gasp in
fear. You’re not sure how it happened, but you have a cut on your hand, and you
can definitely see some parts of the aconite’s leaves in it. You run to the
entrance of the greenhouse and quickly look for the antidote to aconite
poisoning. Since they are all placed in alphabetical order, you quickly find
the atropine and drink it.

You then
rush back to your house, yelling for you parents. Your father is the first to
arrive and you explain to him as succinctly as you can what happens. As soon as
you’re done, he grabs your shoulder and apparatus the both of you to St
Mungo’s. Considering the gravity of your case, you are quickly seen by a Healer
who then proceeds with the appropriate treatment. They say they will keep you
for the next couple of days for observation, to make sure all the poison is out
and to ere on the side of caution.

When your
parents show up the next day during visiting hours, you receive an hour-long
lecture on the importance of wearing protective equipment in a greenhouse, even
if you are just going to be looking around. Your father tells you that your
mother and he have decided that maybe you are not ready for your own greenhouse
yet. You are affronted by their decisions but considering what just happened,
you can’t really blame them. You’re still too happy to be alive to really be
angry anyways. You’ll just have to try to convince them again next year.


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