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{{Item
 
{{Item
 
|title = Medicinal herb
 
|title = Medicinal herb
|image = [[Image:MedicinalHerbArt.png|220px]]  
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|image = [[Image:DQIV_DS_Medicinal Herb.png|center|240px]]  
|japanese = ハーブ
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|japanese = {{tt|やくそう|yakusō}}
 
|names = Herb, Medical herb
 
|names = Herb, Medical herb
|games = ''[[Dragon Quest]]''<br>''[[Dragon Quest II]]''<br>''[[Dragon Quest III]]''<br>''[[Dragon Quest IV]]''<br>''[[Dragon Quest V]]''<br>''[[Dragon Quest VI]]''<br>''[[Dragon Quest VII]]''<br>''[[Dragon Quest VIII]]''<br>''[[Dragon Quest IX]]''
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|games = {{DQ}}<br>{{DQ2}}<br>{{DQ3}}<br>{{DQ4}}<br>{{DQ5}}<br>{{DQ6}}<br>{{DQ7}}<br>{{DQ8}}<br>{{DQ9}}<br>{{DQ10}}<br/>{{DQ11}}
 
|buy = varies
 
|buy = varies
 
|sell = varies
 
|sell = varies
|effect = varies
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|effect = Restores a small amount of HP to one character
 
}}
 
}}
'''Medicinal herb''' (herb, medical herb) is a healing item in the ''Dragon Quest'' series. It typically heals a low amount of hit points for a single character. It can be found in all item shops in ''Dragon Quest''. In games with [[alchemy]], it often used to manufacture more powerful healing herbs.
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A '''medicinal herb''' (herb, medical herb) is a healing item in the ''[[Dragon Quest (series)|Dragon Quest]]'' series. It typically heals a low amount of [[HP|hit points]] for a single character. It can be found in all item shops in ''Dragon Quest''. In games with [[alchemy]], it often used to manufacture more powerful healing herbs.
  
 
==Appearances==
 
==Appearances==
===''[[Dragon Quest]]''===
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==={{DQ}}===
Herbs can be purchased for 24 [[gold]] coins (10 in the [[Game Boy]] Color Version) and can be sold for 12 (5 in the GBC Version). It restores around 15 HP.
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{{DQItem
===''[[Dragon Quest II]]''===
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|name=Medicinal herb
Medical herbs can be purchased for 15 gold coins (10 in the GBC Color Version) and sold for 12 (8 in the GBC Version).
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|kanji=やくそう
===''[[Dragon Quest III]]''===
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|romanji=yakusō
Medicinal herbs can be purchased for 8 gold coins and sold for 5 (6 in the GBC Version). It restores around 30 HP.
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|buy=24 [[gold]]{{tt|*|NES version}}<br/>10 [[gold]]{{tt|*|SNES, GBC, and Mobile versions}}
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|sell=12 [[gold]]{{tt|*|NES version}}<br/>5 [[gold]]{{tt|*|SNES, GBC, and Mobile versions}}
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|effect=Restores between 23 ~ 30 [[HP]] to the [[Hero (Dragon Quest)|Hero]] in the original NES version. In the remakes, this range was widened to 20 ~ 35. Consumed after a single use.
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|out-of-battle=yes
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|in-battle=yes
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|shops=[[Tantegel]], [[Galenholm]], [[Kol]], [[Rimuldar]], [[Cantlin]]
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|locations=
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|description=
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}}
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==={{DQ2}}===
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{{DQ2Item
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|name=Medicinal herb
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|kanji=やくそう
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|romanji=yakusō
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|buy=15 [[gold]]{{tt|*|NES version}}<br/>10 [[gold]]{{tt|*|SNES, GBC, and Mobile versions}}
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|sell=12 [[gold]]{{tt|*|NES version}}<br/>8 [[gold]]{{tt|*|SNES, GBC, and Mobile versions}}
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|effect=Restores around 30 [[HP]]. Restores 20-35 HP{{tt|*|SNES, GBC, and Mobile versions}}. Consumed after a single use.
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|out-of-battle=yes
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|in-battle=yes
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|shops=[[Midenhall]], [[Leftwyne]], [[Cannock]], [[Hamlin]], [[Moonbrooke]], [[Rippleport]], [[Tantegel]], [[Beran]], [[Slewse]], [[Dirkandor]], [[Zahan]], [[Burrowell]]
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|locations=
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|description=Restores 20-35 HP.
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}}
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==={{DQ3}}===
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Medicinal herbs can be purchased for 8 gold coins and sold for 5 (6 in the Game Boy Color version.)  It restores around 30 HP.
  
 
It can also be used to inflict damage on [[Zoma]] after he is weakened.
 
It can also be used to inflict damage on [[Zoma]] after he is weakened.
===''[[Dragon Quest IV]]''===
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==={{DQ4}}===
Medicinal herbs can be purchased for 8 gold coins and sold for 6.  It restores around 30 HP.
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Medicinal herbs can be purchased for 8 gold coins and sold for 6.  It restores around 30 [[HP]].
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[[Tessie]] will sell medicinal herbs at [[Torneko's shop]] for 12 [[gold]] coins.
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==={{DQ5}}===
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Medicinal herbs can be purchased from most item shops for 8 gold and sold for 6 gold. They restore around 35 [[HP]] per use.<ref>http://shrines.rpgclassics.com/snes/dq5/items.shtml#regular</ref>
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==={{DQ8}}===
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Medicinal herbs can be purchased for 8 gold coins and sold for 4.  It restores around 30 [[HP]].
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==={{DQ11}}===
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Medicinal herbs can be purchased for 8 gold coins and sold for 4. They restore around 30 [[HP]].
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===''[[Dragon Quest Heroes: The World Tree's Woe and the Blight Below]]''===
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Medicinal herbs will restore around 30 HP to whichever character the player is controlling. Rather than appearing as usable items, medicinal herbs appear as stage powerups that can be dropped by various monsters or found in smashed pots or barrels. Since they do not carry over between levels, they should be used as needed.
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===''[[Dragon Quest Builders]]''===
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===''[[Dragon Quest Builders 2]]''===
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Medicinal herbs have be crafted using medicinal leafs that are dropped by various enemies. They restore around 30 [[HP]].
  
[[Tessie]] will sell Medicinal herbs at [[Torneko's shop]] for 12 [[gold]] coins.
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==In Animation==
===''[[Dragon Quest VIII]]''===
 
Medicinal herbs can be purchased for 8 gold coins and sold for 4.  It restores around 30 HP.
 
 
===''[[Captain N: The Game Master]]''===
 
===''[[Captain N: The Game Master]]''===
Trading in his digital watch, Kevin Keene/Captain N purchases some herbs (referred to as Magical herb) from a shopkeeper in [[Tantegel|Brecconary]].  Duke later removes one from a the pouch to cure Kevin after he is frozen.
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Trading in his digital watch, Kevin Keene/Captain N purchases some herbs (referred to as magical herb) from a shopkeeper in [[Tantegel|Brecconary]].  Duke, Kevin's dog, later removes one from a the pouch to cure Kevin after he is frozen.
  
===''[[Dragon Quest Builders]]''===
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==Descriptions==
(In-game description} - "A carefully prepared pouch of pain-relieving leaves. Restores 30 HP."
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{{Descriptions
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|DQ=Restores 20-35 HP.<ref name="auto1">[[Cell phone]] version</ref>
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|DQ2=Restores 20-35 HP.<ref name="auto1"/>
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|DQ4=This healing herb restores a little of one party member's [[HP]].<ref name="auto2">[[Nintendo DS]] and [[Cell phone]] versions</ref>
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|DQ5=This healing herb restores a little of one party member's [[HP]].<ref name="auto2"/>
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|DQ6=This healing herb restores a little of one party member's [[HP]].<ref name="auto2"/>
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|DQ8=Restores 30 or more [[HP]] to a single ally.
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|DQ11=Restores at least 30 [[HP]] to a single ally. Consumed upon use.<ref name="auto3">[[Nintendo Switch]] version</ref>
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}}
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*'''A carefully prepared pouch of pain-relieving leaves. Restores 30 HP.''' (Description when selecting the Medicinal herb in ''Dragon Quest Builders''.)
  
==See also==
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==In Other Languages==
*[[Antidotal herb]]
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{{OtherLanguages
*[[Invisibility herb]]
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|es=Planta Medicinal|es-meaning=Literally ''medicinal plant''
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|fr=Herbe médicinale|fr-meaning=Literally ''medicinal herb''
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}}
  
 
==Gallery==
 
==Gallery==
 
<center><gallery>
 
<center><gallery>
File:herbs.JPG|
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Image:DQ_Medical_Herb.png|''Dragon Quest''
File:Torneko eating herb.png|''Torneko no Daibōken: Fushigi no Dungeon''
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Image:herbs.JPG|
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Image:DQIV_Medicinal Herb.png|''Dragon Quest IV''
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Image:Torneko eating herb.png|''Torneko no Daibōken: Fushigi no Dungeon''
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Image:DQV_Medicinal Herb.png|''Dragon Quest V''
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Image:Medicinal_Herb_art.png|''Dragon Quest VIII''
 
</gallery></center>
 
</gallery></center>
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==See Also==
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*[[Antidotal herb]]
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*[[Fading Jenny]]
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==References==
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<references/>
  
 
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[[Category:Dragon Quest VIII items]]
 
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[[Category:Dragon Quest IX items]]
 
[[Category:Dragon Quest IX items]]
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[[Category:Dragon Quest X items]]
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[[Category:Dragon Quest XI items]]
 
[[Category:Dragon Quest Monsters: Joker items]]
 
[[Category:Dragon Quest Monsters: Joker items]]
 
[[Category:Dragon Quest Monsters: Joker 2 items]]
 
[[Category:Dragon Quest Monsters: Joker 2 items]]
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[[Category:Dragon Quest Heroes items]]
 
[[Category:Dragon Quest Builders items]]
 
[[Category:Dragon Quest Builders items]]
[[Category:Healing items]]{{Wikia}}
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[[Category:Healing items]]

Latest revision as of 23:03, 16 March 2020

Medicinal herb
DQIV DS Medicinal Herb.png
Japanese やくそう
Old localizations Herb, Medical herb
Found in Dragon Quest
Dragon Quest II: Luminaries of the Legendary Line
Dragon Quest III: The Seeds of Salvation
Dragon Quest IV: Chapters of the Chosen
Dragon Quest V: Hand of the Heavenly Bride
Dragon Quest VI: Realms of Revelation
Dragon Quest VII: Fragments of the Forgotten Past
Dragon Quest VIII: Journey of the Cursed King
Dragon Quest IX: Sentinels of the Starry Skies
Dragon Quest X
Dragon Quest XI: Echoes of an Elusive Age
Buy for varies
Sell for varies
Effect Restores a small amount of HP to one character

A medicinal herb (herb, medical herb) is a healing item in the Dragon Quest series. It typically heals a low amount of hit points for a single character. It can be found in all item shops in Dragon Quest. In games with alchemy, it often used to manufacture more powerful healing herbs.

Appearances[edit]

Dragon Quest[edit]

Medicinal herb (やくそう yakusō)DQ-SNES-LOGO-ICON.PNG
Buy Sell Effect
24 gold*
10 gold*
12 gold*
5 gold*
Restores between 23 ~ 30 HP to the Hero in the original NES version. In the remakes, this range was widened to 20 ~ 35. Consumed after a single use.
Can Be Used Outside Of Battle? Can Be Used In Battle?
ICON-YES-CHECK.png YES ICON-YES-CHECK.png YES
Shop(s) Tantegel, Galenholm, Kol, Rimuldar, Cantlin
Location(s)
In-Game Description
Mobile ?


Dragon Quest II: Luminaries of the Legendary Line[edit]

Medicinal herb (やくそう yakusō)DQ2-SNES-LOGO-ICON.PNG
Buy Sell Effect
15 gold*
10 gold*
12 gold*
8 gold*
Restores around 30 HP. Restores 20-35 HP*. Consumed after a single use.
Can Be Used Outside Of Battle? Can Be Used In Battle?
ICON-YES-CHECK.png YES ICON-YES-CHECK.png YES
Shop(s) Midenhall, Leftwyne, Cannock, Hamlin, Moonbrooke, Rippleport, Tantegel, Beran, Slewse, Dirkandor, Zahan, Burrowell
Location(s)
In-Game Description
Mobile Restores 20-35 HP.


Dragon Quest III: The Seeds of Salvation[edit]

Medicinal herbs can be purchased for 8 gold coins and sold for 5 (6 in the Game Boy Color version.) It restores around 30 HP.

It can also be used to inflict damage on Zoma after he is weakened.

Dragon Quest IV: Chapters of the Chosen[edit]

Medicinal herbs can be purchased for 8 gold coins and sold for 6. It restores around 30 HP.

Tessie will sell medicinal herbs at Torneko's shop for 12 gold coins.

Dragon Quest V: Hand of the Heavenly Bride[edit]

Medicinal herbs can be purchased from most item shops for 8 gold and sold for 6 gold. They restore around 35 HP per use.[1]

Dragon Quest VIII: Journey of the Cursed King[edit]

Medicinal herbs can be purchased for 8 gold coins and sold for 4. It restores around 30 HP.

Dragon Quest XI: Echoes of an Elusive Age[edit]

Medicinal herbs can be purchased for 8 gold coins and sold for 4. They restore around 30 HP.

Dragon Quest Heroes: The World Tree's Woe and the Blight Below[edit]

Medicinal herbs will restore around 30 HP to whichever character the player is controlling. Rather than appearing as usable items, medicinal herbs appear as stage powerups that can be dropped by various monsters or found in smashed pots or barrels. Since they do not carry over between levels, they should be used as needed.

Dragon Quest Builders[edit]

Dragon Quest Builders 2[edit]

Medicinal herbs have be crafted using medicinal leafs that are dropped by various enemies. They restore around 30 HP.

In Animation[edit]

Captain N: The Game Master[edit]

Trading in his digital watch, Kevin Keene/Captain N purchases some herbs (referred to as magical herb) from a shopkeeper in Brecconary. Duke, Kevin's dog, later removes one from a the pouch to cure Kevin after he is frozen.

Descriptions[edit]

GameDescription
DQ-SNES-LOGO-ICON.PNG
Restores 20-35 HP.[2]
DQ2-SNES-LOGO-ICON.PNG
Restores 20-35 HP.[2]
DQ4-NES-LOGO-ICON.png
This healing herb restores a little of one party member's HP.[3]
DQ5-SNES-LOGO-ICON.png
This healing herb restores a little of one party member's HP.[3]
DQ6-SNES-LOGO-ICON.png
This healing herb restores a little of one party member's HP.[3]
DQ8-LOGO-ICON.png
Restores 30 or more HP to a single ally.
DQ11-LOGO-ICON.png
Restores at least 30 HP to a single ally. Consumed upon use.[4]
  • A carefully prepared pouch of pain-relieving leaves. Restores 30 HP. (Description when selecting the Medicinal herb in Dragon Quest Builders.)

In Other Languages[edit]

Language Translation Meaning
ICON-FLAG-ES.png EspañolPlanta MedicinalLiterally medicinal plant
ICON-FLAG-FR.png FrançaisHerbe médicinaleLiterally medicinal herb

Gallery[edit]

See Also[edit]

References[edit]