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Guide to Medical Potions and Medicine in The Sims Medieval

by: Sheri Newton ; edited by: Michael Hartman ; updated: 5/25/2012 • Leave a comment

Medicine for sick and injured Sims in “The Sims Medieval" are crafted at the clinic by the Physician hero. The potions and cures that this hero offers are made out of the herbs that the hero can collect or purchase from a local vendor. Find out more about these treatments in this article.

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    The Sims Medieval Medicine

    Crafting medicine in “The Sims 3 Medieval" is a very good way for the Physician hero to earn extra experience point and extra Simoles. It is also often something that the hero has to do as part of their daily responsibilities and also as part of some quests. Having some of these medicines on hand is a very good idea so you can treat Sims as needed.

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    How to Treat Sick Sims in The Sims Medieval

    Only The Sims Medieval physician hero is able to give medicine to sick or injured Sims. Usually, the physician attends to Sims at their Clinic. This is the building associated with this hero. The Sims come to the clinic each day and from there, your hero is able to diagnose the Sim, give first aid, operate on the Sim and give the Sim The Sims Medieval medicine to help cure their ailments.

    Depending on what the Sim is suffering from, you can heal the Sim differently as shown below.

    • The Sims Medieval Physician Crafting Medicine   Curative Tonics – these help to reverse the negative effects the Sim has from a sickness.
    • Health Salves – these help to reverse the negative effects the Sim has from an injury.
    • Energy Potions – these help to restore energy and hunger.
    • Drunk Me Not – this will help a Sim to not be drunk.
    • Sleeping Potion – this will put a Sim to sleep (good for insomniacs).
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    The Sims Medieval Medicine Recipes

    Your physician hero need to have collected all of the ingredients prior to making the medicines. There are no The Sims Medieval cheats to take away that step, so be sure to collect all of the herbs and well waters whenever you can. That way, you will always have a good stock on hand to have ready for when you want to make The Sims Medieval medicines.

    The Sims Medieval Physician Gathering Herbs   Weak Health Salve

    • Ingredients: Bloodmoss x3, Valoroot x2, Wildflowers
    • Base Value: 60 Simoles

    Strong Health Salve

    • Ingredients: Angelweed, Bloodmoss x4, Lordleaf x2, Valoroot x3
    • Base Value: 200 Simoles

    Weak Curative Tonic

    • Ingredients: Grassweed x3, Valoroot, Wildflowers x2
    • Base Value: 60 Simoles

    The Sims Medieval Physician Crafting Medicine from Herbs   Moderate Curative Tonic

    • Ingredients: Grassweed x5, Valoroot x2, Wildflowers x3
    • Base Value: 100 Simoles

    Strong Curative Tonic

    • Ingredients: Angelweed, Grassweed x3, Lordleaf x2, Valoroot x3, Wildflowers x2
    • Base Value: 200 Simoles

    Drunk Me Not

    • Ingredients: Blood Moss x3, Eaglewood, Sagewort x2
    • Base Value: 100 Simoles

    The Sims Medieval Physician Medicating Sim Crafthole Energy Potion

    • Ingredients: Eaglewood, Seeds x3, Valoroot, Well Water (this is not The Sims Medieval herbs but it is available for free from the well at the town square or at the Peteran Monastary)
    • Base Value: 50 Simoles

    Potion of Energy

    • Ingredients: Eaglewood x3, Seeds x4, Valoroot x2, Well Water
    • Base Value: 235 Simoles

    Sleeping Draught

    • Ingredients: Belladonna x3, Grassweed x4, Nightshade x2, Wildflowers
    • Base Value: 200 Simoles

    Note: When completing quest tasks in The Sims Medieval, you will sometimes need to make these medicines as well as other ones. If you come across that, you will be directed on how to make those special recipes during the quest.

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    References

    All screenshots and references from The Sims Medieval.

    Screenshots provided by the writer.