In the core series games
It can be bought at a higher price of
1000 at Black City; 300 at Skyarrow Bridge; and 400 from the Vending Machines at the Route 112 and Mt. Chimney Cable Car stations, on Alola Route 8, and on Alola Route 13.
It can be bought at a cheaper price of
150 from the Vending Machines at the Team Magma Hideout, the Team Aqua Hideout, and the Game Freak Office in Heahea City.
Generation V games, it can be sold to the gourmet maniac on Route 5 for 200.
Generation I to VI
When used from the
Bag on a Pokémon, it heals the Pokémon by 50 HP. It is consumed after use.
Generation VII onward
When used from the
Bag on a Pokémon, it heals the Pokémon by 30 HP. It is consumed after use.
Kanto-based games, it can be given to a thirsty girl at the Celadon Department Store in exchange for TM13 ( Ice Beam) , R B Y TM16 ( Light Screen) , or FR LG TM06 ( Light Screen) .
Generation I games, the player can give a Fresh Water, Soda Pop, or Lemonade to one of the Saffron City guards to be granted access to the city.
Pokémon Black 2 and White 2, the player can give a Fresh Water to the thirsty guy at each of the Unova bridges, starting with Skyarrow Bridge, for a total of five bottles. In exchange, he gives the player twelve bottles of Moomoo Milk at Skyarrow Bridge.
Pokémon Sun and Moon, the player can give a Fresh Water to the Trial Guide on Route 13 at the entrance to Haina Desert in exchange for three Adrenaline Orbs.
Pokémon Ultra Sun and Ultra Moon, the player can give a Fresh Water to a Hiker in Haina Desert to receive ten new Fresh Waters from him at the Route 13 motel.
Stad Restores HP that have been lost in battle by 50 HP.
G S C Restores Pokémon HP by 50.
R S E Colo.
XD A mineral water that restores HP by 50 points.
FR LG Water with a high mineral content. It restores the HP of one Pokémon by 50 points.
D P Pt HG SS
B W B2 W2 Water with a high mineral content. It restores the HP of one Pokémon by 50 points.
X Y OR AS Water with a high mineral content. When consumed, it restores 50 HP to an injured Pokémon.
S M US UM Water with a high mineral content. When consumed, it restores up to 30 HP to an injured Pokémon.
Sw Sh Water with high mineral content. It can be used to restore 30 HP to a single Pokémon.
R G B Y
R B Y
Celadon Department Store Vending Machines
G S C
Mt. Moon Square Shop Goldenrod Department Store Vending Machines
R S E
Lilycove Department Store Vending Machines
Two Island Market Stall Celadon Department Store Vending Machines
The Under Vending Machine
Pyrite Town Vending Machine
D P Pt
Veilstone Department Store Vending Machines
Mt. Moon Square Shop Goldenrod Department Store Vending Machines, Pokéathlon Dome Vending Machine Pokéathlon Dome Vending Machine (50 Pts.)
Beautiful Beach, Blue Lake, Warm Beach, Stormy Beach, Resort, Sightseeing, Amity Meadow
B W All
Gyms (from Clyde), Desert Resort
Black City (Collin) B Vending Machines Big Stadium and Small Court (defeat Waiter Clint or Waitress Bonita)
B2 W2 All
Gyms at which the player can earn a Badge (from Clyde), Marvelous Bridge
Skyarrow Bridge Vending Machines Join Avenue ( Market, souvenir), Pokéstar Studios (possible gift after completing a movie)
Couriway Town, Kalos Power Plant Secret Super Training
Vending Machines Secret Super Training Any Contest Spectacular Hall (random gift from a fan after completing a Normal Rank Contest)
S M US UM
Route 13 , US UM Hau'oli City, Paniola Town, Paniola Ranch
Vending Machines ( Melemele Ferry Terminal, Game Freak office, Akala Ferry Terminal, Malie Community Center) Festival Plaza ( General Store, Soft Drink Parlor)
Celadon Condominiums, Silph Co., Victory Road
Celadon Department Store Vending Machines, Rocket Game Corner Vending Machines
Route 2, Turffield
Vending Machines ( Motostoke Station, Hammerlocke Station, Wyndon Station)
Artwork In the manga
Fresh Water in Pokémon Adventures
In the Pokémon Adventures manga
Todd Snap was seen drinking a bottle of Fresh Water in . As he was unable to drink the whole bottle, he poured the remaining water onto what he thought was a tree, but soon turned out to be a wild Never Spritz a Knotty Sudowoodo Sudowoodo, causing it to attack him and requiring Emerald to calm it down.
In the TCG Trivia
The most cost-effective HP recovery item in the core series, including special purchase prices, is the Fresh Water when purchased for 100 at the Kalos Power Plant in Pokémon X and Y, recovering 1 HP per 2 spent. In other languages See also