Roots and Remedies
Creeping ivy and full window boxes cover the facade of the rugged-looking, two story shop bearing the faded sign “Roots and Remedies”.
Inside, the smell of burnt earth and spicy incense chokes the air of the cramped, mud-tracked shop. Bunches of dried herbs hang from the ceiling, along with dangling pots, presses, alchemical apparatuses, and glassware of more arcane purposes. Pouches of rare plants, jars of colored glass, and all manner of dried, preserved, and jellied animal parts fill high shelves and tables doing double duty as displays and workspaces.