Graveyard Keeper is a game that relies heavily on alchemy, especially when you begin to take on the game's dungeon. Sadly, you won't be able to make it very far without learning to brew some basic potions, the most important out of these being the ones that can heal you.
To make these, though, you need to figure out how to make their core ingredient — health solution. Luckily, this item is made from easy-to-find items, and while figuring out the ingredients can still be taxing, being able to heal in the dungeon is worth it. To learn how to make health solutions easily, keep reading the guide below.
How to Make Health Solution in Graveyard Keeper
To make health solution, you will need to craft and set up a hand mixer. This is one of the earliest alchemy items you can make, as the hand mixer only takes simple items to build, and health solution uses easy-to-find ingredients. You can use the following items to make a single batch of health solution:
- Hiccup Grass
You are able to grow carrots from the beginning of the game, so they are an easy go-to for alchemy. Cabbage is also easy to grow; the only item you won't be able to get ahold of is hiccup grass, as it's given by the Merchant to make medicine as part of his questline.
Making Medicine With Health Solution
Health solution is used to make Graveyard Keeper's version of healing potions and spices. Spices shouldn't worry you too much as they are just another item that's part of the Merchant's questline. Here are the game's healing potions and how to make them:
|Potion Name||Health Restored||Ingredients|
|Heal Potion||Restores 50 health at once.|| |
|Restoring Potion||Restores one health every 1.5 seconds for 60 seconds.|| |
These are mostly going to be used when you're in the dungeon, and it's best to use a combo for the best healing results. Heal Potion will be available early on as it's made with the tier one alchemy workbench, but you won't be able to use the Restoring Potion until you can make the tier two alchemy workbench.
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