Alleviates poison buildup and cures poison
Neutralizing Boluses is a Consumable Item in Elden Ring. Most Consumables grant various effects such as restorative properties for recovering HP, removing certain negative status effects or applying temporary buffs and debuffs, while others can be thrown at enemies to deal damage.
Green boluses made from cave moss.
Alleviates poison buildup and cures poison ailment.
Poison accumulates gradually, coming into effect once the threshold is reached. Poison ailment lowers HP in steady increments for a period.
Neutralizing Boluses Location in Elden Ring
Where to find Neutralizing Boluses:
- 5 can be bought from a Nomadic Merchant for 600 Runes. He is located south-east of Coastal Cave. [Map Link]
- Can be purchased from Twin Maiden Husks at the Roundtable Hold after offering Medicine Peddler's Bell Bearing
- 2x found on a body on the western ramparts of The Shaded Castle. [Map Link]
Elden Ring Neutralizing Boluses Crafting Guide
To craft Neutralizing Boluses, you would need the Armorer's Cookbook  as well as the following Crafting Materials:
- Herba x1
- Cave Moss x1
- Great Dragonfly Head x1
Elden Ring Neutralizing Boluses Notes & Tips
- You can hold up to 99 Neutralizing Boluses.
- You can store up to 600 Neutralizing Boluses.
- Sell Value: 100 Runes
- Notes and tips go here.
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For everyone complaining there aren't any: the page doesn't list it as craftable, but you can actually craft these once you find the armorer's cookbook 2. And since one of the first merchants in the game sells it (the one at the coastal cave) for a very small price, it's really not that hard to get by.
yall can't craft these? ALSO! If you wanna cheese the bell bearing hunter, get close to spawn him then run away, sneak behind him, and repeatedly proc with poison mist incant til he dies, you can do this on all 3, then boom you have infinite bones, stones, and moss flavored scones
Apparently the Shattering was brought about by everybody getting poisoned and not knowing how to cure it because holy **** this thing is nowhere to be found
It's crazy that you literally can't find any of these things lying around on the map. If you miss that one merchant in an optional area of the game then you just won't be offered a means of curing Poison short of rolling a Faith buld.
10 faith req, not 8