There are a few different ways to increase your healing power in Elden Ring. Whether you're looking to heal your HP or FP, you have a couple of different routes to ensure that your healing is done with a great effect.
One of these ways is to find Sacred Tears, one of the rarest items you can seek out in Elden Ring. Sacred Tears increase the overall healing done when you use a Flask of Crimson or Cerulean Tears. Finding one Sacred Tear increases the healing done for both flasks, making it even more valuable.
If you want to find out exactly where to find Sacred Tears in Elden Ring so you can heal yourself more, check out the guide below.
Finding Sacred Tears in Elden Ring
Finding your first Sacred Tear will actually require you to venture out beyond the central region of Limgrave. There's only one location that Sacred Tears are located at and there are none in the starting region.
Churches are what you're seeking on the map if you want to find Sacred Tears. Some of these churches are named after Marika while others are named after other figures in Elden Ring's lore.
For example, there's one found just outside Stormveil Castle in the region of South Liurnia. The Church of Irith is the named location you're looking for.
Once you get to one of these churches, you can find the Sacred Tear sitting at the base of the stone statue inside of the church's ruins. Interacting with the item will add it to your inventory, allowing you to increase the healing done with each flask you take a sip from.
In order to apply the Sacred Tear to your character, you can rest at a Site of Grace. From the menu that appears, choose the option that says "Flasks" and then pick the line that says to increase the amount replenished by each flask.
A prompt will appear asking you if you want to spend a Sacred Tear to do this, to which you answer yes. Now your flasks restore more HP/FP when you use them in Elden Ring.
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