Gradual Syrup

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Gradual Syrup
Paper Mario: The Thousand-Year Door Gradual Syrup SPM.png
The Thousand-Year Door description Makes allies recover FP gradually for a brief period.
Super Paper Mario description Bruise-soothing syrup. Gradually restores HP.

A Gradual Syrup is an item found in Paper Mario: The Thousand-Year Door and can be purchased at the Deepdown Depot for fifteen coins. It heals 2 FP per turn for ten turns.

Gradual Syrup is the Syrup counterpart to the Slow Shroom. Oddly, however, they cannot be swapped using a Point Swap and one or the other with Zess T. after retrieving the Cookbook.

In Super Paper Mario, it can be made by Dyllis of Flopside who can make it out of a Long-Last Shake and a Peachy Peach. Her version of the item gradually restores HP (20 HP total).


Recipe Result Game
Gradual Syrup Fresh Juice Paper Mario: The Thousand-Year Door
Gradual Syrup + Turtley Leaf
Gradual Syrup + Honey Syrup
Gradual Syrup + Jammin' Jelly
Gradual Syrup + Maple Syrup
Gradual Syrup + Keel Mango Fruit Parfait
Gradual Syrup + Point Swap Honey Syrup
Gradual Syrup + Mushroom Shroom Roast
Gradual Syrup + Cake Mix Zess Cookie
Gradual Syrup + Super Shroom Zess Dinner
Gradual Syrup + Life Shroom
Gradual Syrup + Ultra Shroom Zess Special
Long-Last Shake + Peachy Peach Gradual Syrup Super Paper Mario


  • In the Japanese version of The Thousand-Year Door, the selling price for the Gradual Syrup is 7 coins in all shops. In the international versions, the selling price is 7 coins in all shops except for Toad Bros. Bazaar where it is instead sold for 8 coins.

Names in other languages[edit]

Language Name Meaning
Japanese じわじわシロップ[1]
Jiwajiwa Shiroppu
Gradual Syrup
French Sirop récup Recovery Syrup; "récup" is short for "récupérer" (to recover)
German Tropfsirup Seeping Syrup
Italian Sciroppo Fiore Flower Syrup
Spanish Sirope Paulatino Gradual Syrup


  1. ^ "Paper Mario: The Thousand-Year Door From Japanese to English". (June 1, 2014). The Mushroom Kingdom. Retrieved February 2, 2015.