If you’ve made it only a couple of hours in Elden Ring, you’re almost certain you’ll end up poisoned. Similar to Dark Souls, this annoying status effect gradually drains your health. While it’s not as hazardous as Scarlet Rot, it can cause you to waste many healing flasks, especially if you don’t have the proper items to rid yourself of the harmful effect. Y
ou can treat poison in various ways, such as consumables and spells found in The Lands Between. This article will help you be aware of when it comes to the treatment of poison.
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How to Cure Poison in Elden Ring?
Within Elden Ring, the poison status effect functions similar to all other Souls games. If you get in proximity to poisons, a gauge appears at the lower right of the screen, and if it is filled to the point that it is full, you will be poisoned. From this point on, it will continue to consume your health as the meter is depleted. When the poison meter has gone all the way back to normal, it will stop wasting your health. You can make use of healing products to keep your body alive. However, treating the poison is your best option.
There are two methods of treating poison. One method is to make use of neutralizing Boluses. These are consumable products that can be purchased, located or even crafted. To purchase them, go to the Nomadic Merchant in West Limegrave, located to the southeast of the Coastal Cave. They are available for purchase at 600 runes each. There are also Neutralizing Boluses all over the world when you play naturally, but according to the route you choose, you may not see more than you’d think.
The poison meter gets bigger when you close contact with poisonous substances.
Another method to acquire Neutralizing Boluses could be to make them yourself. You’ll require one Herba, one Cave Moss, the Great Dragonfly Head, and the Armorer’s Cookbook. The Nomadic Marketplace is currently selling the book for 600 Runes. Once you’ve all the items listed above, you’ll be able to create neutralizing Boluses.
We suggest that you have them connected with being on your Quick Item bar at all times so that you can consume them should you be poisoned. Certain enemies inflict poison by shooting mist at you or hitting the player with an oblique weapon; therefore, it is always a good idea to have neutralizing Boluses available.
Another way to treat poison is to use Cure Poison Incantation. You’ll require 10 Faith to apply it, and it is easily achievable even in the beginning stages of the course. You can get the Incantation by purchasing the item through Brother Corhyn at the Roundtable Hold for 1000 runes. The NPC is moving from the Altus Plateau around the time you meet Rennala, the queen of the Full Moon.
When you’ve obtained the Incantation, you can equip it at the Site of Grace and ensure that you possess a catalyst, such as The Sacred Seal, to effectively use it. Apart from curing poisons and toxins, you can also use armour and other kinds of equipment to limit the process of building up the poison. This can be extremely helpful in preventing the need to heal yourself so often.
Sometimes, curing yourself of poison can cause injuries as you play around with the menus and menus, so the less time you spend going through it, the more convenient. If you’re aware you’ll need to travel through a dangerous location, be sure to be equipped with the top equipment for poison resistance to ensure you have the best materials.