Dog grass is an invasive grass that grows well in regions with warm summers and cool or cold, damp winters. Its name is derived from the simple fact that dogs will eat the grass when they are sick to induce vomiting and cool the blood. You should not grow dog grass in your herb garden unless you are able to keep it well contained.
Dog Grass is used in break up spell work along with Catnip.
Typical preparations: Brewed into a tea and also used for baths.
Common Name: Couch Grass, Dog Grass, Graminis, Witch Grass, Quack Grass
Botanical Name: Elymus repens (L.) Gould
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