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Healing items are undoubtedly an incredibly valuable asset to you, both during and outside of battle. One word of caution; Pokémon do not know how to use these automatically during battle, so you'll have to use up your turn and give them an item yourself.

Name Effect Price Notes
Potion Most basic recovery item that heals 20 HP Pokebuck.png300
Super potion Heals Pokémon by 50 HP Pokebuck.png700
Hyper potion Heals Pokémon by 200 HP Pokebuck.png 1,200
Max potion Completely restores HP to the max Pokebuck.png2,500 Does not work on fainted Pokémon, just like all other potions
Moomoo milk Heals Pokémon by 100 HP Pokebuck.png500 200 Pokebuck.png less than a Super potion and recovers twice the HP, but can only be bought in the cafe north of Solaceon Town
Fresh Water Heals Pokémon by 50 HP 350 Pokebuck.png Bought in the vending machine on the 5th floor of the department store
Soda Pop Heals Pokémon by 60 HP 400 Pokebuck.png Bought Bought in the vending machine on the 5th floor of the department store
Lemonade Heals Pokémon by 80 HP 500 Pokebuck.png Bought in the vending machine on the 5th floor of the department store
Antidote Cures poisoning 100 Pokebuck.png Cheapest item besides mail in the game
Freeze Heal Cures freezing ? Pokebuck.png
Paralyze Heal Cures paralysis ? Pokebuck.png
Burn Heal Cures burn ? Pokebuck.png
Full Heal Cures any status condition 600 Pokebuck.png
Lava Cookie Cures any status condition N/A Given to you by lady who lost her Suite Key if you find it and give it to her
Full Restore Fully restores HP and cures all status problems 3,000Pokebuck.png Does not heal fainted Pokémon
Revive Restores fainted Pokémon's HP by half ?Pokebuck.png
Max Revive Completely restores fainted Pokémon's HP N/A