ingredients: include Mandrake, of course
There has been some discussion as to how Petrified people would be able to drink a potion. Clearly this particular concoction is not always ingested. Perhaps Madam Pomfrey applied the potion to the skin of the victims.
ingredients: include Jobberknoll feathers
Effect unknown, but given the characteristics of the Jobberknoll, presumably enhances the drinker's memory
Another name for aconite.
Used in various potions (including the
Draught of Peace, see), sometimes in
powdered form; Harry had to write an
essay (12 inches of parchment) for Snape
about the uses of moonstone in potion making
Moonstone is found in a variety of colors. Its supposed magical effects include helping a person gain emotional balance. Since Harry spent much of book five emotionally unbalanced, it is perhaps fitting that he was forced to write an essay on the stone's use in Potions-making.
Magical cleaning product.
"Scower" is a homonym for "scour", an English word meaning "to clean thoroughly".
A solution of strained and pickled Murtlap tentacles, yellow in color. Soothes and heals cuts and other wounds.
Murtlap essence, or essence of Murtlap, was recommended by Hermione for Harry to soak his hand in after detention with Umbridge (OP15). Later in the school year, Harry recommended that Lee Jordan use it after his own detention (OP25), and Lee later recommended it to Fred and George to help with the boils they got testing their Fever Fudge.