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Where to Get Herba Mystica

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Jessica Dillon

Pokemon Scarlet and Pokemon Violet come with a ton of new mechanics, including a food system. You are now able to make sandwiches, and for the most part, you will be picking ingredients up from stores in the various towns in the game. Some ingredients are rare and can only be obtained through special means. These are called Herba Mystica and can boost your odds of finding shiny Pokemon, making them a must for many players. Below we go over everything you need to know about Herba Mystica and how to use them.

A Terra "Eevee" IconEevee raid. (Credit: The Pokémon Company)

What Are Herba Mystica?

Herba Mystica are food items in Pokemon Violet and Pokemon Scarlet. To use them, you must set up a picnic and make them into a sandwich. They are a rare item that can only be obtained in the post-game, and there are five different types.

How Do You Get Herba Mystica

You can only get Herba Mystica from participating in five-star and up Tera Raids. These are rare items, and you are depending on the game’s RNG system to give them to you. Your best chance of getting one comes with completing a six-star Tera Raid. Here is what Pokemon will drop each Herba Mystica.

Herb Mystica Tera Pokemon
"Spicy Herba Mystica" iconSpicy Herba Mystica "Flapple" IconFlapple "Braviary" IconBraviary "Dragonite" IconDragonite "Gyarados" IconGyarados "Arcanine" IconArcanine "Gallade" IconGallade "Garchomp" IconGarchomp "Breloom" IconBreloom "Grimmsnarl" IconGrimmsnarl Paldean "Tauros" IconTauros (Fighting/Fire) Paldean "Tauros" IconTauros (Fighting/Water Form) "Indeedee" IconIndeedee "Tsareena" IconTsareena "Haxorus" IconHaxorus
Sour Herb Mystica "Slowking" IconSlowking "Hatterene" IconHatterene "Dragalge" IconDragalge "Gothitelle" IconGothitelle "Vaporeon" IconVaporeon "Blissey" IconBlissey "Mismagius" IconMismagius Cetitan "Mimikyu" IconMimikyu Dondozo "Florges" IconFlorges Farigiraf "Amoonguss" IconAmoonguss "Altaria" IconAltaria "Goodra" IconGoodra
"Bitter Herba Mystica" iconBitter Herba Mystica Glimmora "Gardevoir" IconGardevoir "Toxtricity" IconToxtricity Arboliva "Eevee" IconEevee "Magnezone" IconMagnezone "Appletun" IconAppletun "Pincurchin" IconPincurchin "Camerupt" IconCamerupt "Zoroark" IconZoroark "Volcarona" IconVolcarona Armarouge "Hydreigon" IconHydreigon "Vaporeon" IconVaporeon Tatsugiri
"Sweet Herba Mystica" iconSweet Herba Mystica "Amoonguss" IconAmoonguss "Talonflame" IconTalonflame Cetitan "Dragapult" IconDragapult "Froslass" IconFroslass "Raichu" IconRaichu "Blissey" IconBlissey "Vaporeon" IconVaporeon "Sableye" IconSableye "Delibird" IconDelibird "Noivern" IconNoivern "Ditto" IconDitto "Weavile" IconWeavile Farigiraf
"Salty Herba Mystica" iconSalty Herba Mystica "Blissey" IconBlissey "Coalossal" IconCoalossal Dondozo "Copperajah" IconCopperajah "Amoonguss" IconAmoonguss "Greedent" IconGreedent "Vaporeon" IconVaporeon Cetitan "Hippowdon" IconHippowdon "Cloyster" IconCloyster "Corvisquire" IconCorvisquire "Bronzong" IconBronzong "Slowbro" IconSlowbro Farigiraf "Avalugg" IconAvalugg

This is all the five, and six-star raids that we have confirmed can drop these herbs. As you can see, there is some overlap with some raids, like with "Vaporeon" IconVaporeon dropping both the "Sour Herba Mystica" iconSour Herba Mystica and the "Bitter Herba Mystica" iconBitter Herba Mystica

All Herba Mystica Types and Uses

As you can see above, there are five types that cover the basic flavor profiles. These can be added to a sandwich. These are used to boost the game’s shiny rank and can help your odds go up tremendously, for a complete overview of shining sandwiches and the recipe to use each of the Herba Mystica in click here.

Since these are rare items, we are still gathering information on them to ensure there are no other uses and will update this page accordingly.

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  • Publisher
    Nintendo, Pokemon Company International
  • Platforms,
    Switch
  • Guide Release
    17 November 2022
  • Last Updated
    1 December 2022
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