Ok, here's an update, I think I helped it recover pretty well.
The pot is in a water tray, that's actually protecting it from about 1-2 centimeters of water that's in the aquariuam (it's a 5 gallon) to keep the humidity up...
That looks much better!
Of course it doesn't need that much humidity forever, now you can start slowly acclimating it to a lower humidity level.
Looks like you saved it!!!!But the media still looks funky(black)is that from the charcol?
Wow good to see it's better!! I was really worried at first, and judging by the amount of wilting didn't think it would survive. Congrats!!
Would it be detrimental to keep it at this humidity?
What humidity do you have it at now? If its at 100% most of the time then I would start to slowly remove the top of the terrarium week by week till you have it adapted to the humidity you will be growing it at. Ventricosas are very hardy so if you were planning to grow it on a windsill. . . etc then you could do just that.