As he returned back to his room, the pain in his toe got increasingly unbearable. Han Li sat on his bed and took off his shoes to examine his injury.
The swelling was incredible! His right toe had an impressive bulge on it, while the cuticle on his toe turned blood red and resembled a big chili.
Han Li quickly took out a bottle of herbs from beneath his pillow. Concocted meticulously by Doctor Mo, this medicine could treat bruising, swelling, and bleeding at an astonishing degree. Doctor Mo didn’t easily give away medicine of this caliber. It was originally meant for Zhang Tie, who would inevitably suffer an injury while practicing the Way of the Armored Elephant, and Han Li didn’t think that he would be the first to use the medicine.
Opening the medicinal bottle, a strong herbal fragrance filled the room. He applied a small amount on his injury and immediately felt a relaxing sensation. Just as Doctor Mo had said, it had an immediate effect; Doctor Mo’s medicine truly was amazing!
Han Li took a clean cloth and wrapped up his foot before putting his shoes back on.
Excellent! The pain was slowly subsiding.
He began to take small steps, as if testing his pain threshold, nodding in satisfaction as he felt that moving was easier than before.
Now, it was time to solve the enigma posed by the mysterious bottle that had caused such an injury to him.
Han Li took out the bottle from his robes and wiped it clean to restore its natural luster.
This bottle wasn’t all that big, and a single hand could wrap around the entire length of its neck. It was actually smaller than the bottle that contained Doctor Mo’s medicine. The bottle had a shiny green luster and was engraved with dark green leaf patterns that seemed almost alive. When Han Li felt the contours of the designs on the surface of the bottle, it was almost as if there were actual leaves embedded onto the bottle itself.
Weighing the bottle in his hand, Han Li had no idea what type of metal was used to make it, or if it was even porcelain. The bottle didn’t have a cold, metallic feeling to it, nor did it have the gloss of porcelain.
Han Li had observed the bottle for a good while, and the only thing he could be certain of was that he didn’t know what material was used to make it. The shade of green seemed intrinsically part of the material itself, not a color that was added after it was made.
Seeing how tightly the bottle was sealed, Han Li naturally became curious. Eyeing the bottle, he strongly desired to see whether or not there was something inside.
Once more using his strength, he tried to pry open the cap of the bottle.
One try, two tries, three tries… It was as if the cap of the bottle was fused into the neck. It was almost as
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