• Potions Ageing Potion causes the person drinking it to grow older. The more one drinks, the more one ages. Read More
• Potions Amortentia is the most powerful love potion in the world. It is recognizable by its distinctive mother-of-pearl sheen and by the fact that its steam rises in characteristic spirals. The potion smells differently to different people according to what attracts them (HBP9). Read More
• Potions The Elixer to Induce Euphoria is a potion which induces intense excitement and happiness in the drinker, with occasional side effects of excessive singing and nose-tweaking (the addition of peppermint would tend to counterbalance that effect, according to notations by the Half-Blood Prince in Harry’s potions textbook) (HBP22). Read More
• Potions There was a pool full of Death Potion in the Death Cell at MACUSA Headquarters in 1926 which was used to execute prisoners (WFT). Read More
• Potions Doxycide is a black liquid, usually delivered by spray bottle, used to knock out Doxies so that they can be safely disposed of. The effects last quite a long time. Doxycide is commercially sold with the instructions for use printed on the side of the bottle, considering how Mrs. Weasley… Read More
• Potions The Elixir of Life extends life, but requires that the drinker consume it regularly for all eternity if the drinker is to maintain his or her immortality (HBP23). Read More
• Potions A glowing fluid from the horn of an Erumpent. An Erumpent can fill something with this fluid by piercing it with its horn. Soon after that, the item will explode (WFT). Read More
• Potions Felix Felicis is a potion¬†sometimes called “Liquid Luck.”¬†Until the effects wear off, all the drinker’s endeavours will tend to succeed (HBP9). Once consumed, the potion gives the drinker an exhilarating sense of confidence and a tremendous sense of opportunity (HBP22). However, if taken in excess the potion causes… Read More
• Potions Reveals the worst faults and habits of the target person to the drinker. Obviously the opposite of a Love Potion. Read More