Have u heard that there is a flower in Egypt with a pure pedigree? In ancient times, the pharaoh supposedly wore it on his chest to ward off evil. Well, I'd like you to investigate it.
Since it's about Egypt, maybe you should ask around in Cairo.
Oh, the arrow-wheel chrysanthemum? In ancient Egypt, blue flowers were said to keep evil spirits away. They stick them into mummified pharaohs and so on. A few of them grow near the Nile river, but if you want to find one quickly, go to Famagusta. The people at the tavern should show you a place.
A place with arrow-wheel chrysanthemums? I'll show you the perfect place. Go out the gates, and directly south. The best ones grow at the edges. The chrysanthemum was used in Greek myths to heal centaurs, so anyone who sees them picks them right away.
The plant used in ancient Egypt to keep spirits at bay is known as the arrow-wheel chrysanthemum. It was also used as a healing plant in Greek Mythology. Go to the outside of Famagusta, as the landlord directed, directly to the south of the gates, and search in the corners.