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potion bottle drinkable Minecraft Item

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A Potion is a unique item in the game that can give you special abilities . You can make a potion out of a variety of materials. Potions can be brewed in a Brewing Stand , which is crafted with 3 Cobblestone and a Blaze Rod (obtained by killing a Blaze ). The main starter ingredient to potions are Nether Warts ; they can be started with other ingredients but easiest using the Nether Wart.

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Potion-Brewing Procedure

1. Start by crafting a brewing stand.

3. Fill the Glass Bottles with water by right clicking on a water source, or a cauldron. Once you have finished filling the bottles, you can begin Brewing .

5. Once you have an Awkward Potion, you can put other ingredients in the top slot to create several different effects.

TIP : If you are not sure what ingredients do what, read on to Potion Recipes below.


Ingredients have a wide range of effects, most of which develop the type of potion, with a few ingredients that specify the potion.

Bases are key ingredients that typically start of the brewing process. Bases are the first ingredient added. The most commonly used base is the Nether Wart as it trails-off to the largest range of possible potions.

  • Nether Wart
  • Redstone Dust
  • Glowstone Dust
  • Fermented Spider Eye

Secondary ingredients are the ingredients that determine the type of potion (in other words, the effect).

  • Blaze Powder
  • Fermented Spider Eye
  • Ghast Tear
  • Glistering Melon
  • Golden Carrot
  • Magma Cream
  • Pufferfish
  • Rabbit's Foot
  • Sugar
  • Spider Eye

Converters describe the aspects of the current potion. It can alter length-of-effect, positivity, or use.

  • Redstone Dust
  • Glowstone Dust
  • Gunpowder
  • Fermented Spider Eye

Extending/Strengthening Potion Effects

To Summarize:

  • Glowstone Dust - Increases the potency of any potion
  • Redstone Dust - Extends the duration of any potion.

Potion Effects

The following effects only apply to the regular potion without any duration or potency extents.

  • Fire Resistance - Gives immunity to damage from fire, lava, and ranged Blaze attacks.
  • Harming - Inflicts 3 hearts of damage.
  • Healing - Restores 3 hearts instantly.
  • Invisibility - Renders the player invisible. Equipped/wielded items and armor are still visible.
  • Leaping - The player can jump higher than normal. Reduces fall damage.
  • Luck - Increases player's chance of a rare drop, similar to the Lucky enchantment.
  • Night Vision - Makes everything appear to be at max light level, including underwater areas.
  • Poison - Deals damage to Health over time.
  • Regeneration - Restores health over time by approximately 1 heart every 2.4 seconds.
  • Slowness - Player's movement is slowed to a crouch for 1 minute 30 seconds.
  • Swiftness - Increases player's walking speed, sprinting speed, and jumping length by 20%.
  • Strength - Adds 1 and 1/2 heart damage to all melee attacks with or without a weapon.
  • Water Breathing - Enables the player to breath underwater.
  • Weakness - Reduces all melee attacks by 1 heart damage. This will also make it so a player cannot cause damage without a weapon.


  • The potion of healing harms undead mobs (this includes mobs like Zombies, Skeletons, and the Wither) and the potion of harming heals those mobs.
  • The idea of sugar being used to make potions of swiftness may be based on the theory of some sugar making people hyperactive.
  • The idea of golden carrots being used to make Night Vision potions may be based on the theory that carrots help you see better.

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