Natural Cure heals any status conditions upon switching out or completing a battle (if it was in battle at the end of the battle).
This effect will occur if Natural Cure is the Pokémon's Ability in battle when it switches out and is not suppressed; a Pokémon that obtained the Ability with Trace will have its status condition cured when it switches out, whereas a Pokémon which has Natural Cure but has been affected by Gastro Acid will not.
Outside of battle
From Generation IV onward, Natural Cure automatically heals status conditions upon the end of a battle.
Pokémon with Natural Cure
|#||Pokémon||Types||First Ability||Second Ability||Hidden Ability|
|Chansey||Normal||Natural Cure||Serene Grace||Healer|
|Blissey||Normal||Natural Cure||Serene Grace||Healer|
|Roselia||Grass||Poison||Natural Cure||Poison Point||Leaf Guard|
|Swablu||Normal||Flying||Natural Cure||None||Cloud Nine|
|Altaria||Dragon||Flying||Natural Cure||None||Cloud Nine|
|Budew||Grass||Poison||Natural Cure||Poison Point||Leaf Guard|
|Roserade||Grass||Poison||Natural Cure||Poison Point||Technician|
|Happiny||Normal||Natural Cure||Serene Grace||Friend Guard|
| Please note that this is only 100% accurate to Generation VI games.
In the manga
In the Pokémon Adventures manga
|The user is healed from its status conditions upon switching out.|
|User||First Chapter Used In||Notes|
|Starmie||Starmie's status conditions are healed when it is returned to its Poké Ball.|
|Crys's Starmie||Moving Past Milotic||Debut|
|Blissey||Blissey's status conditions are healed when it is returned to its Poké Ball.|
|Crys's Blissey||Just My Luck...Shuckle||None|
In other languages
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