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Healing Lotus is a consumable collectible item obtainable at the Lotus Pools.

Healing Lotus
Healing Lotus icon
Cost 0 Gold
Sell Value No Unsellable
Stacks NO LIMIT / Inventory Slot
Active Eat Lotus
Charges 1 INIT
Bonus ?
Shareable Yes
Droppable Yes
Destroyable No
Usage Alert ? No
Great Healing Lotus (0)
Healing Lotus (0)

Additional Information[]

  • There are 2 Lotus Pools on the map, from where Healing Lotuses can be obtained.
  • The pools spawn one Healing Lotus every 3 minutes each, and can hold a total of 6 lotuses.
  • The lotuses are acquired by channeling a Lotus Pool, collecting one lotus per second.


Eat Lotus
Self / Allied Heroes
Instantly restores 125 health and mana.
Cast Range: Affected by Cast Range bonuses. 400
Pick-up Range Bonus: 150
Health Restored: 125
Mana Restored: 125
Cooldown symbol
Mana symbol

  • Interrupts the caster's channeling abilities upon cast.
  • Always casts on self in one click, can self-cast while being invulnerable.
    • With Ctrl key, a target has to be selected. Cannot cast on invulnerable targets.
    • Can only target heroes, illusions and creep-heroes.
    • Can be cast directly on untargetable units (e.g. when affected by Shadow Realm icon Shadow Realm).
    • The owner of the item does not have to face the target to use Healing Lotus on them.
  • Healing Lotuses dropped on the ground have an increased pick-up range of 300, compared to the 150 range of all other items.


  • Similar lotuses floating in pools like these can be found in Dota: Dragon's Blood, but they were inspired by the sacred luminous lotuses mentioned in Mirana minimap icon Mirana's biography, which were said to be kept in “silvery pools” located within the territory of the moon goddess Selemene.
  • The item's internal name is famango.


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