Healing Elixir

healing_elixir

Heals 70

Set Healing Elixir

Item Type Potion
Craftable Yes
Duration 1 turn
AP Cost AP
Weight 0.25
Value 80



Healing Elixir is a Potion in Divinity: Original Sin 2


"A healing elixir brewed with the yarrow flower. Supposedly superior to the common healing potion."

 

 The Healing Elixir applies a small amount of healing along with the Healing Elixir effect, which removes a variety of harmful status effects. Reportedly, the effects that it cures are as follows: 

  • Burning
  • Necrofire
  • Poisoned
  • Bleeding
  • Acid
  • Suffocating
  • Decaying
  • Diseased
  • Cursed
  • Chilled
  • Slowed

 

 

Crafting Recipes

Ingredient 1

Ingredient 2

emptyBottleEmpty Potion Bottle Yarrow_FlowerYarrow Flower


Where to find / Location

  • Can be crafted
  • Sold by merchants



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    • Anonymous

      I just tested it with as many status effects as I could easily get on one of my guys.
      It can cure:
      Cursed
      Poisoned
      Burning
      Necrofire
      Bleeding
      Acid
      Suffocating
      Decaying (but not before decaying turns the healing into physical damage)
      Diseased
      Infected (The status effect initially inflicted by Infect)
      Chilled
      Drunk
      Slowed
      Crippled

      It does not cure:
      Blinded
      Mute
      Atrophy
      Shocked
      Entangled
      Enwebbed
      Ruptured Tendons
      Shackles of Pain

      Anything I didn't list I didn't test, but I would not expect it to cure most remaining status effects. It may or may not cure mental effects, but I don't have a reliable way to test those.

      • Anonymous

        Just wanted to confirm most of the "report" in the description: in Definitive edition with no gift bags/mods, I just tested it curing Necrofire, Poisoned, Bleeding, Acid, Suffocating, Decaying, and Chilled.

        And test did not cure Blind, Shocked.

        (didn't test Diseased, Cursed, Slowed yet)

        • Anonymous

          Not a ghoul or a silent monk, but Migo. Don't give him the flower, give him a fireball and loot his ashy corpse. His ring and armor are very good early-game items.

          • Anonymous

            Beware: If you are already decaying, you will be 'healed' (in this case 'damaged' before the debuff is removed.

            • Anonymous

              but you should save some for a Quest that a ghoul gives you.Forget were, but if you come back later the ghoul is with a girl and the girl will give you a reward.

              • Anonymous

                There are a good few yarrow flowers around Fort Joy, so this can be seriously taken advantage of in the tough early stages of tactician/honor mode.

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