Minecraft: How to make all Potions in the game (Alchemy)


Minecraft: How to make all Potions in the game (Alchemy)

Alchemy is one of the most charming aspects of Minecraft . When you already have your Potions Holder, you can bring out the sorcerer in you if you start mixing objects in this peculiar device. Don't know how to do it? Don't worry, we take care of that with this guide. We are going to explain how to make all the potions in Minecraft : Invisibility, Strength, Weakness and many more.


A post that is part of the most complete guide to Minecraft that you will be able to find all over the internet. We have compiled all the most relevant information about this game, as well as the most unknown secrets and the most effective tricks. Everything so that you are not only a crack or a crack with the potions, but also with the whole game.

How to make all Minecraft Potions

To make all the potions in Minecraft , the first thing you need is to know how to make a Potion Holder . This tool is essential for Alchemy, since it is the one used to make concoctions by combining flasks and other ingredients that may be needed. Of course, before delving into the preparation of the potions, let's see what are the general ingredients that you are going to have to use.

We also recommend that you pay a visit to the Nether to get Blaze Dust , since it is what it takes to set your cauldron on fire and start feeling like a real warlock, or witch. When you have both, read on, now we are going to see the essential ingredients in making Potions through Alchemy.

The essential ingredients

Next, we leave you the complete list of fundamental ingredients to make the vast majority of potions in the game:

  • Sugar
  • Magma Cream
  • Tear of Ghast
  • Eye of spider
  • Fermented Spider Eye
  • Rabbit Leg
  • Blowfish
  • Blaze powder
  • Luminous Stone Powder
  • Redstone
  • Shimmering Watermelon
  • Nether wart
  • Golden carrot

There are other objects that can be combined with the potions you have created to enhance its effect , be it increasing its duration, increasing its power, making its effect persistent or even corrupting it to cause the opposite. Specifically, they are the following:

  • Dragon's Breath - Makes the lingering potion.
  • Fermented Spider Eye - Corrupts the potion and turns it negative.
  • Glowstone Powder - Increases potency.
  • Gunpowder - The throwing potion returns.
  • Redstone - Increases the duration of the effect.

Base potions

Base Potions are the first thing you have to create to prepare the other potions in the game . They have no effect when taken, but should be the main ingredient to use in the Potion Holder. These are the most useful out there and this is how they are achieved:

  • Flask with water - Glass Flask + Water - Base for any potion you make.
  • Rare Potion - Water Flask + Nether Wart - Potion that is used as bases to give effects to the creations.
  • Throwing Potion - Water Flask + Gunpowder - Potion that has an effect when cast on a target.
  • Persistent Potion - Throwing Potion + Dragon Breath - Potion that lengthens the beneficial / detrimental effect.

Potions of positive effects

These potions can give you a number of important advantages for your character or even for your companions . If you combine any of them with a Throwing Potion, you will have a potion that you can cast and that will cause the effect you have chosen from among the following. These are all Minecrat's Positive Effect Potions and how they are made:

  • Healing Potion - Rare Potion + Shimmering Watermelon Slice - Instantly restores 4 health points.
  • Regeneration Potion - Rare Potion + Ghast's Tear - Regenerates 1/2 heart every 2.5 seconds for 45 seconds.
  • Potion of Speed - Rare Potion + Sugar - Increases speed by 20% for 3 minutes.
  • Fire Potion - Rare Potion + Magma Cream - Makes you immune to heat damage for 3 minutes.
  • Strength Potion - Rare Potion + Blaze Dust - Increases melee damage by 3 hit points for 3 minutes.
  • Jumping Potion - Rare Potion + Rabbit's Foot - Allows you to jump higher and reduces fall damage for 3 minutes.
  • Potion of Invisibility - Potion of Night Vision + Fermented Spider Eye - Makes you completely invisible if you are not wearing any armor.
  • Apnea Potion - Rare Potion + Puffer Fish - Grants more visibility underwater and prevents oxygen bar from emptying.
  • Night Vision Potion - Rare Potion + Golden Carrot - In dark areas, increase the light level to level 15.
  • Slow Fall Potion - Rare Potion + Phantom Membrane - Slows falling speed and negates damage when falling from great heights for 90 seconds.

Potions of negative effects

The potions negative effects are, as their name suggests, drenches used in order to cause a disadvantage in the objective. They can also become thrown and, as you can see, many of them are based on others with positive effects to which are added normal or fermented spider eyes. With that clear, take a look below, these are all Minecraft negative potions and their recipes:

  • Potion of Weakness - Flask of Water + Fermented Spider Eye - Reduces physical damage by 4 points for 90 seconds.
  • Poison Potion - Rare Potion + Spider Eye - Subtracts 1 health point every 2.5 seconds for 45 seconds.
  • Potion of Slowness - Potion of Speed ​​+ Fermented Spider Eye - Subtracts 15% speed from the target for 90 seconds.
  • Potion of Damage - Healing Potion + Fermented Spider Eye - Immediately subtracts 6 HP.

Mixed potions

Mixed potions combine positive and negative effects . There is currently only one in the game, which also refers to a character from Dragon Ball. We explain what it is, what it does and how it is manufactured:

  • Master Turtle Potion - Rare Potion + Turtle Shell - Causes Slow IV and Resistance III for one minute.

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