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Then, pick your potion from the recipes below and load that puppy up.
Making these potions has become second nature to me—in the back of my mind I’m always wondering what would be nice in my afternoon herbal tea.
General potion principlesIt’s also worth keeping some spice notes in mind.
I like a wine-dark potion of whole coffee beans, which offer a deeper, rounder flavor than powder, and dried bay leaves, which I first crush to release their woodsy perfume.
Sheldrake focused on Stamets’ solution for colony collapse disorder, feeding bees a fungal potion that can squelch a virus they may carry from environmental toxins.
And it is not a bitter potion, such as Alfred ordered; no, it is balmy with the scent of wild flowers.
In the agitated form of melancholia, the patient is often quiet only when under the influence of a sleeping-potion.
That look had been a theft from Sylvia, not a gift; but she had given him the potion at last.
THE OPENED SHUTTERSCLARA LOUISE BURNHAM
Nessus, before expiring, instructed Dejanira how to prepare a love potion for Hercules.
At length the young lady of Balnagowan tasted her sister-in-law's infernal potion, whereby she contracted an incurable disease.

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