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Herbal medicine

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Trivia: All of this is either out-of-date and/or irrelevant to herbal medicine at all. Now that Soda Pop is tied with nothing else as the most efficient, this no longer belongs here at all.
* The effect of lowering a Pokémon's friendship due to its bitter taste applies even to those with a Calm, Gentle, Sassy, or Careful [[nature]], which are supposed to prefer bitter taste.
* A man in [[Lavaridge Town]] states that {{DL|Type-enhancing item|Charcoal}} is used for making herbal medicine. In game, however, it serves no medicinal purposes.
* Prior to Generation VII, at normal purchase prices, the Energy Root and {{DL|Drink|Fresh Water}} were the two most cost-effective HP recovery items, both recovering 1 HP per {{pdollar}}4 spent. However, the {{DL|Potion|Max Potion}} (as well as {{DL|Potion|Full Restore}} and [[Revive]]s in some cases) can potentially be more cost-effective if used under certain circumstances; the ideal situation for a {{DL|Potion|Max Potion}} is a {{p|Blissey}} with maximum {{EV}}s and {{IV}}s in HP with 1 HP remaining, which would recover around 1 HP per {{pdollar}}3.5 spent.
** In Pokémon X and Y, Fresh Water can be purchased for {{pdollar}}100 at the [[Kalos Power Plant]], making it the most efficient healing item, recovering 1 HP per {{pdollar}}2 spent.
** In Pokémon Omega Ruby and Alpha Sapphire, Fresh Water can be purchased for {{pdollar}}150 at the [[Team Magma Hideout]]{{sup/6|OR}}/[[Team Aqua Hideout]]{{sup/6|AS}}, making it the most efficient healing item, recovering 1 HP per {{pdollar}}3 spent.
 
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