Capcom Releases 'Resident Evil' Umbrella Corporation Green and Red Herbs

They’re actually just bath salts.

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Capcom is is celebrating Biohazard‘s (Resident Evil) 25th anniversary with a special pop-up.

As part of the pop-up, special merch will be released taking shape of items in the game. One of those items is the life-saving herb — a green herb mixed with a red herb boosts the healing effects in the game. Featuring Umbrella Corp. branding, the real-life Resident Evil herbs are actually bath salts that will provide restorative comfort for your next soak in the bathtub.

On top of the green and red herb bath salts, Capcom will also be releasing Umbrella Corporation stationery like a ballpoint pen, memo pad, and a report pad. The packs of bath salts will sell for approximately $5 USD while the stationer will range from $5 – $10 USD.

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