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How To Cure Food Poisoning In We Happy Few

How To Cure Food Poisoning In We Happy Few
Eating, drinking and sleeping is tiring work, especially when you get food poisoning. This guide will tell you How To Cure Food Poisoning In We Happy Few so you can spew up those rotten apples and dirty meat to continue on your journey.

Food Poisoning is contracted when you eat dirty, spoiled or rotten foods. Early in the game, it can be difficult to find food that is not in a poor state so food poisoning can be quite common until you get your bearings. Food poisoning does not cure itself over time, it can cause vomiting, blackouts and death.

How To Cure Food Poisoning In We Happy Few

[line style=’solid’ top=’10’ bottom=’10’ width=’100%’ height=’1′ color=’blue’] There are two main ingredients required to craft Sick Up Tea, a special brew that forces you to vomit and cures food poisoning. You will need to find Night Blooming Nonsuch flowers and Charcoal. You will also need an empty pill bottle.

Charcoal can be easily discovered on fireplaces, campfires and other tools that would create burning. Empty Pill Bottles are scattered throughout the game, especially in houses and rooms belonging to Downers.

Finally, the Night Blooming Nonsuch Flowers can be found in ample supply throughout Barrow Holm. They only bloom at night, hence the name, so it must be night time for you to be able to collect them. Once you have all of the ingredients, you will find the recipe in the crafting menu. Create the Sick Up Tea.

That’s How To Cure Food Poisoning In We Happy Few.

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Blaine Smith

Blaine Smith, or Smith as he prefers to be called as he doesn't have to repeat it four times before people get it, is one of the original founders of Gamers Heroes. Smith has been playing games for over 30 years, from Rex & 180 on ZX Spectrum to the latest releases on the ninth generation of consoles. RPG's are his go-to genre, with the likes of Final Fantasy, Legend of Legaia, and Elder Scrolls being among his favorites, but he'll play almost anything once (except Dark Souls). You can best reach him on Twitter

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