Thanks for the feedback! I'll try and deal with all of your points:
add a footnote explaining what Waldglas means
Waldglas is a kind of glass made in Europe at the time, according to Wikipedia. If I take it out of italics, would it look less foreign-word-y and more technical-term-ish?
including a protein found only in Pelophylax kl. esculentus (common water frog).
Why should we give a shit?
I was aiming for a sort of witch's-potion vibe; I will make that clearer.
So the bones just pop out of the skin?
Well, they probably stretch the skin a bit first, but yes.
What do you mean in most cases? I want to hear about what happens when you have a skeleton that keeps growing.
That was supposed to be a leave-it-up-to-the-imagination bit, but I can explain if you like. Or I might just remove that; it does seem a touch out of place now.
Also recovered from the site were a decorated silver pin, a ceramic flagon and an iron belt buckle (non-anomalous).
Why should we give a shit, again?
I was trying to hint at some backstory to the place of recovery, but in hindsight it was probably way too subtle. I will think about that.
Item Description: A bottle of an unknown, complex substance. When ingested, the substance will cause rapid bone growth (up to 60% in some cases) and redistribution of calcium. Generally, this causes bones to splinter within a body, causing exsanguination.
Date of Recovery: ██-██-████
Location of Recovery: ████████, Germany
Current Status: In a foam-lined case at Site-23.
That's basically it, yes. I was trying to avoid overcomplicating it, but have I gone too far with the simplification? And do you mean that I should fill in the date and place of recovery? I did mention the place was Schwarzwald-Baar, but I can be more specific if necessary.