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Herb
Sphere Fire
Rarity Rare
Quality Special
Mandrake appears with light brown erect stalks up to a foot high, with ovate dark green leaves that flatten upon the ground over time, the greenish-white cup-shaped flowers eventually producing a round green fruit by early summer. Mandrake gets its name and notoriety from its brown turnip-like root that often splits in two or four parts and sometimes resembles a man (leading to its use as a puppet by some witches). Popular folklore gives this plant many uses, from the whole root as a fertility amulet to its fresh fruits capable of ridding anyone of spiritual possession.

No special preparations must be made to harvest or preserve mandrake roots, beyond the normal cutting to dry it more evenly.

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