Description: This thick liquid is contained in a white syringe made of biodegradable material. The syringe is no bigger than the average person's pinky finger, the needle being of medium length and thickness.
Function: This is meant to be directly injected into the damaged area, the needle meant to be able to pierce bone for the injection.
- This is meant to be injected into a broken bone, releasing a concoction of chemicals that imitate the bone marrow of a person and forcibly meld the bone back together in seconds. This process can be painful but afterwards, there is no discomfort and the broken limb/bone can be used like normal.
- Any bones that are healed by this method are more easily broken since the bone marrow that healed the injury is still fresh and not completely melded into the body.
- The same injury/bone cannot be healed twice in the same topic through this medical injection.
Status: Open. Poison Crafting Required.