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...

Last Updated

05/31/21

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Chapter 74

Chapter 74





You select
the choice that says “Bubotuber”.  The magical
barrier shuts down and you see a plant that looks like a giant black slug with
covered with shiny protrusions. You remember that it is the gas-scented yellow pus
collected from those pustules that can treat acne, but only when diluted with
dittany or Gillywater. The pus in its original state will cause rashes and
burns on contact. If that happens, you have to cleanse the wound for five
minutes under cold water before applying dittany.





The display
on the Bubotuber says that everything is good, so it can be concluded that the
soil is still dark and rich in nutrients and that it didn’t get too much
sunlight. When required, you’ll just have to add plenty of Dragon dung to
fertilize the soil.



You also
know that Bubotuber can stand very cold weather.



You step to
the next magical barrier. Its riddle is:



“I go by
different names such as myrtle grass and sweet myrtle and though I am toxic, I
can still help cure tooth aches, burns and eye diseases amongst others.”









If you answer
“Monkshood”, go to Chapter 94.



If you answer “Rat Root”, go to Chapter 85.

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