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Potions & Food colouring
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Post # 1
Hello.

Today I was assaulted by a doubt that I've never had before. Here it goes, let me know your opinion.

Should food colouring dyes be used on potions? And if they should, Should they be consecrated and charged before?

I particularly find colouring dyes a bit useless for potions and brewing, but I find out that many people use them to enhance the effects on their potions with their magickal colour correspondences,(Remember that the colour it's just a category for the effects that we seek).

Thank you for your time.
Blessings.
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Re: Potions & Food colouring
By: / Beginner
Post # 2
That's an interesting question. I would think it wouldn't hurt to use coloring for intent, or just to simply remember what potion is what by the color. I see no problem with it. But yes, anything going into potions should be clear of negative before using it. Good one! Blessings to you...
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Re: Potions & Food colouring
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Post # 3
I never thought of using food coloring in potions, but I can't see a problem with it.
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