Where to Get Cold Medicine in Rune Factory 5

In this guide, we'll show you where to get cold medicine in Rune Factory 5 by highlighting its exact location.

Cold Medicine is used to treat colds in Rune Factory 5. You can either use it on yourself should you find yourself sick, or you can deliver to Fuuka and Priscilla should you choose to take on their respective quests.

In this guide, we’ll go over the exact location of Cold Medicine in Rune Factory 5, furthermore, we’ll also cover the recipe for this concoction so you can craft it yourself when the need arises.

How to Buy Cold Medicine in Rune Factory 5

Cold Medicine can be purchased at Rigbarth Clinic. However, the clinic won’t have it with them initially; You’ll need to unlock that by upgrading your Rigbarth Clinic to Level 2. To do so, you will need 8000G, 500P, 50 material stones, and 50 pieces of lumber. You can perform this upgrade at Studio Palmo.

After purchasing the first expansion to the clinic, you will have access to Simone’s increased inventory and there you will find cold medicine amongst other additions such as stat-boosting vaccines. The price for cold medicine is 1000G, so you need to make sure that you have enough money for the expansion and the medicine itself.

Now that you have the cold medicine you can deliver it to Fuuka and Priscilla.

How to Craft Cold Medicine

To craft Cold Medicine in Rune Factory 5, you’ll need the following materials.

  • Chemistry Lab
  • 1x Orange Grass
  • 1x Toyherb

You can obtain the Orange Grass from the Whispering Forest and the Gadeus Grasslands while Toyherb can be grown once you have unlocked the Flower Shop.

The Chemistry Lab can be bought from Palmo after you have passed your Chemistry License Exam by Saint Eliza.

The Cold Medicine is a level 22 recipe, so that is why you will also need to upgrade your crafting level high enough; otherwise, there is a good chance you will fail while crafting the medicine. Also, the cost will be significantly higher.

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