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Potions
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Post # 1
Hello I find that potions work better than spells for me personly. I am trying to make my own spellbook of potions to have at home instead of a spell book. I always have a book near just in case i dont have ascess to this site. Any potions anybody know of??
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Re: Potions
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Post # 2
By potions i hope you mean herbal remedies.

And Mint tea is great for relaxation

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Re: Potions
By: / Beginner
Post # 3
potions is like tea. but only that you can consume. you can always just combine herbs with the same correspondences to make it stronger.
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Post # 4
Well i have a lot of portion that i know
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Post # 5
i drink st johns wort tea every day for a positive mood it doesn't taste that great but it gets the job done lol =]
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Re: Potions
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Post # 6
Could u tell me them
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Post # 7
Could u tell me them
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Re: Potions
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Post # 8
~Traditional Curing Potion~


If you can get your hands on some maple tree bark,mix it with boiling water. After doing so, ask if you could have something of a healthy person and drop it in(MAKE SURE EDIBLE, AND NOT TOUCHED MUCH). Cool down, and boil AGAIN. Serve while hot.
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Re: Potions
By: / Novice
Post # 9
actually any liquid is considered a potion [directed at post number 3, not you zaza1]

i'm a potion user also, and i have two books that are very good in my opinion

~Magick Potions: how to prepare and use homemade oils, aphrodisiacs, brews and much more by Gerina Dunwich
~Oils, Incense and Brews by Scott Cunningham

the first one is more historical, the second one is more making and using. it's rather hard to find, in my opinion, books on the subject. potions work better for me as well, but i believe its because since i'm using herbs, i know they have healing [or whatever] properties, so they will work. let me know if you would like any help.
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Re: Potions
By: Moderator / Knowledgeable
Post # 10
It's worth pointing out that not all "potions" are imbibed, either. Many are used topically, used to anoint objects within ritual magic, and so forth.

You'll find tinctures, distillations, blends, oils, essences, elixirs, etc. They're all potions. Potions is a vague word made popular by science fiction.
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