Tree of Savior recently released two posts about all of the herbs in the game. Every one of them was listed and we see what each of the herbs gives in terms of bonuses and buffs.
Since there’s a lot of them, we will only be talking about a specific few that we find interesting and that give interesting bonuses, so let’s start!
Varnalesa is the Lithuanian name for a plant that’s more commonly known as burdock. Varnalesa’s root is oddorless and it tastes bitter and oily. Burdock roots are most commonly used in medical puproses, as it’s believed that it cures colds, rashes, measles and so on. In Tree of Savior, Varnalesa is used to craft condensed SP potions and even magic amplification potions.
Lavender is a herb that supposedly got its name from the Latin word “lavare” which means “to wash”. Lavender flowers have an especially attractive fragrance so they’re mostly used in candles, potpourri, and other similar scented products. In Tree of Savior, lavender is used as a crafting material for pierce, dark, and ice attack enchanting potions as well as fire, dark, and poison defense enhancing potions.
Ciobrelis, also known as thyme, is an aromatic herb. This herb grows mostly on mountaintops or on large rocks on coastal areas. Thyme plants bloom in the month of June. Thyme has an appealing scent and appearance, so it’s primarily used for culinary and ornamental purposes. In Tree of Savior it’s used as a crafting material for the condensed stamina pills, block potions, and AoE potions.
Aviete is the name for raspberries in Lithuanian. The raspberry is a fruit that belongs to the group of wild berries. In-game, Aviete is used to craft condensed movement speed potions.