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==Varieties==
 
==Varieties==
 
*''[[Potion of healing]]'': Probably most common were the various potions of healing wherein those with the ability to do so channeled [[positive energy]]{{fact}} into a mixture that could heal the wounds of the imbiber. Many temples used such potions to generate revenue for the upkeep of the building and any other expenses.{{fact}}
 
*''[[Potion of healing]]'': Probably most common were the various potions of healing wherein those with the ability to do so channeled [[positive energy]]{{fact}} into a mixture that could heal the wounds of the imbiber. Many temples used such potions to generate revenue for the upkeep of the building and any other expenses.{{fact}}
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*''[[Potion of infertility]]'': A relatively cheap potion that caused its imbiber to become infertile for a month.<ref name="MoF-p145">{{Cite book/Magic of Faerûn|145}}</ref>
   
 
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Potions2.jpg|''Some magic potions.''
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Latest revision as of 17:05, November 10, 2019

Potions were a type of liquid crafted by alchemists or spellcasters with intended magical or extraordinary effects. They were often brewed from enchanted herbs, water drawn from sacred sites and magical oils.[1]

VarietiesEdit

  • Potion of healing: Probably most common were the various potions of healing wherein those with the ability to do so channeled positive energy[citation needed] into a mixture that could heal the wounds of the imbiber. Many temples used such potions to generate revenue for the upkeep of the building and any other expenses.[citation needed]

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GalleryEdit

ReferencesEdit

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