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The Poka Poka no Mi is a Paramecia-type Devil Fruit that allows the user to produce a healing aura from their hands. It was eaten by Bona Delia.


  • "Poka Poka" is the Japanese onomatopoeia for beating someone lightly and to feeling warm throughout one's body.

Strength and WeaknessesEdit

This fruit allows the user to heal any living thing that is wounded or injured. It works in a similar way to the Chiyu Chiyu no Mi, but, in this case, its powers are manifested in the form of a yellowish, warm aura that is produced from the user's hands. When it comes in contact with a living thing, the aura will slowly restore them to perfect health and repair their tissues as long as they keep in contact with it. Due to that, the user can restore even lost limbs, but the process is slow and can take a long time to be completed, even using this fruit's full power.

The healing speed of the process is directly proportional to the force applied by the user's hands, which means that a punch will heal much faster than simply maitaining their hands over an injury. However, it will at the same time overflow the target's body with the aura, limiting the number of times it can be used in the same target over a certain period. The aura has also bactericidal and virucidal properties, allowing to cure diseases. It doesn't seem to affect inanimate objects or heal mental damage, but it can affect the user.

The aura can be produced from a limited distance from the user's hands, being able to heal only those that are near them and in constant contact with it. The heal is also generally slow, which can take someone out of the scene for a long time if they are seriously injured and in need of proper care. Other than that, the user is subject to the standard Devil Fruit weaknesses.




Delia healing an injured heel.



External LinksEdit

  • Healing - Wikipedia article about healing.