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Brewing is the process of creating potions, splash potions, and lingering potions by adding various ingredients to water bottles in a brewing stand.

Brewing potions[]

By placing at least one or more water bottles in the lower three slots of the brewing interface, an ingredient in the upper slot, and blaze powder in the fuel slot, a player can distill the ingredients into each bottle and brew potions that may be consumed to grant an effect to the player. The three potions being brewed do not necessarily have to be the same.

Every potion starts with a water bottle, and proceeds with one or more steps of brewing. The usual steps are:

  • Add a base ingredient to create a base potion, usually nether wart is used to create an awkward potion.
  • Add an effect ingredient into the awkward potion to create a potion with a working effect.
  • In any order, several optional steps can be added (depending on the basic effect, not all of these may be valid):

The exception to the above sequence is the potion of weakness, where a fermented spider eye is brewed directly into water. The resulting potion can be extended with redstone and/or converted to a splash or lingering potion as above.

Each brewing step takes 20 seconds. Each piece of blaze powder used provides fuel for 20 "steps" of brewing. Fuel is consumed when a brewing operation starts and it is not recovered if the operation is halted prematurely by removing the ingredient or potion bottles. The same amount of fuel is consumed whether one, two, or three bottles are being brewed.

The brewing stand can be fed by hoppers: Ingredients can be fed to the top of the stand, bottles and fuel can be fed to the side of the stand, and "finished" potions can be taken from the bottom.

  • All ingredients for a single batch of any recipe can be loaded in order from a hopper for a hands-free brewing of a multi-step potion. (With the nether wart falling through to begin brewing.)
  • Since each step produces a "finished" potion (which can be taken by a bottom hopper, mass-production of potions is non-trivial. However, it can be managed if several brewing stands are chained together from bottom to side, each with fuel and stacks of the successive ingredients. The first step can be fed by a chest of water bottles.

Brewing continues as long as at least one of the three bottom spaces is filled, and additional bottles of water or potions can be added. However, if the ingredient is removed, or the bottom three slots are emptied at any time during the process, the process stops and nothing is brewed.

Brewing equipment[]

Name Icon Use
Brewing StandUsed to add ingredients into water bottles.
CauldronEach cauldron can hold a bucket of water (after placement), fill 3 glass bottles, or in Bedrock Edition, hold 3 bottles' worth of a single potion (after placement), and can hold water in the Nether without evaporating.
WaterAlternatively, instead of a cauldron, a water source block can be used to fill an unlimited number of glass bottles.
Blaze PowderNeeded to fuel the brewing stand.
Glass BottleContainer for all kinds of potions.
Water BottleThe starting base for all potions, made by filling a glass bottle from a cauldron or a water source block.

Ingredients[]

Base ingredients and modifiers[]

Base ingredients are ingredients that can be added directly to a water bottle and are the starting point of all potions. Nether wart is the most fundamental of the base ingredients, as it is required to make the vast majority of potions.

Modifiers are ingredients used to alter the properties of a potion or to change a potion effect into a different one. The fermented spider eye is unique in that it is the only modifier that can convert a water bottle directly into an effective potion.

Enhancement: Generally, upgrading a potion involves a trade-off between duration and potency. A potion with an enhanced effect has shorter duration, and a potion with extended duration cannot have an enhanced effect. However:

  • Upgrading the effect of a potion that has no time parameter (e.g. Instant Health) with glowstone involves no trade-off.
  • Upgrading the time of a potion that has no level II effect (e.g. Fire Resistance) with redstone involves no trade-off.

Corrupting effect: A fermented spider eye changes a potion's base effect, often reversing it or producing a negative potion.

  • A corrupted potion usually does the opposite of the original potion.
  • Corrupting an enhanced or extended potion into an effect that supports the modifier results in a potion with the same modifier applied.
  • Corrupting an enhanced potion of Poison/Healing results in a basic potion of Harming. Enhanced potions of Leaping or Swiftness cannot be corrupted.
  • A potion of Invisibility is considered a "corrupted" version of a potion of Night Vision.

Splash and lingering potions: Any potion can be turned into a splash potion, and subsequently, a lingering potion. Splash and lingering potions can be used best for affecting other entities.

  • Splash potions and lingering potions can be modified in the same manner as their normal counterparts. For instance, a splash water bottle can be brewed with any of the base ingredients; the result remains a splash potion.
  • Some extended/enhanced splash and lingering potions cannot be brewed from their extended/enhanced potion/splash potion counterparts, respectively (e.g. Regeneration + → Splash Potion of Regeneration +).&#;[Bedrock Edition only]
  • In Bedrock Edition, splash potions' effects have only three-fourths of the duration of the drinkable form. For example, a drinkable potion effect of is reduced to as a splash potion. In Java Edition, splash and drinkable forms have the same duration.
  • Lingering potions have only one-fourth of the duration of the drinkable form. For instance, a drinkable potion effect of is reduced to as a lingering potion.

Effect ingredients[]

Effect ingredients imbue an awkward potion with a particular effect but do not alter potion duration or intensity. When added directly to a water bottle, most of these ingredients produce a mundane potion. The exceptions to this are golden carrot, pufferfish, turtle shell, and phantom membrane, which cannot be added directly to a water bottle.

Brewing recipes[]

Base potions[]

Base potions are potions without effects, brewed by adding a single base ingredient to a water bottle. Of these, only the awkward potion can be imbued with an effect ingredient to produce a potion effect.

Potion Reagent, base Precursor to

Awkward Potion
Effect potions

Mundane Potion
None

Thick Potion
None

Effect potions[]

Effect potions are primarily created by adding an effect ingredient to an awkward potion, which is created by adding a nether wart to a water bottle. Certain effects require a potion to be corrupted by a fermented spider eye. The potion of weakness can additionally be created by simply adding a fermented spider eye to a water bottle &#; and it is the only potion that can be brewed without nether wart.

Undead mobs react differently to effects than other mobs. They take damage from potions of Healing, gain health from potions of Harming, and are unaffected by potions of Poison and Regeneration.

Positive effects[]

Potion Reagent, base Extended Enhanced Effects
Potion of Healing
Potion of Healing
Potion of Healing
Potion of Healing
Instant Health: Restores health by 4♥♥.

Enhanced:
Instant Health II: Restores health by 8♥♥♥♥.

Potion of Fire Resistance
Potion of Fire Resistance
( )
Potion of Fire Resistance
Potion of Fire Resistance
( )
Fire Resistance: Gives immunity to damage from fire, lava, magma blocks, campfires, and blazes' ranged attacks.
Potion of Regeneration
Potion of Regeneration
( )
Potion of Regeneration
Potion of Regeneration
( )
Potion of Regeneration
Potion of Regeneration
( )
Regeneration: Restores health by ♥ every seconds.

Enhanced:
Regeneration II: Restores health by ♥ every seconds.

Potion of Strength
Potion of Strength
( )
Potion of Strength
Potion of Strength
( )
Potion of Strength
Potion of Strength
( )
Strength: Increases player's melee attack damage by 3♥♥.

Enhanced:
Strength II: Increases player's melee attack damage by 6♥♥♥.

Potion of Swiftness
Potion of Swiftness
( )
Potion of Swiftness
Potion of Swiftness
( )
Potion of Swiftness
Potion of Swiftness
( )
Speed: Increases movement speed, sprinting speed, and jumping length by 20%.

Enhanced:
Speed II: Increases movement speed, sprinting speed, and jumping length by 40%.

Potion of Night Vision
Potion of Night Vision
( )
Potion of Night Vision
Potion of Night Vision
( )
Night Vision: Makes everything appear to be at the maximum light level, including underwater areas.
Potion of Invisibility
Potion of Invisibility
( )



Potion of Night Vision
Potion of Invisibility
Potion of Invisibility
( )
Invisibility: Renders the player invisible. Equipped and wielded items are still visible.
Potion of Water Breathing
Potion of Water Breathing
( )
Potion of Water Breathing
Potion of Water Breathing
( )
Water Breathing: Prevents the oxygen bar from depleting when underwater.
Potion of Leaping
Potion of Leaping
( )
Potion of Leaping
Potion of Leaping
( )
Potion of Leaping
Potion of Leaping
( )
Jump Boost: Increases jump height by 1&#;2 block.

Enhanced:
Jump Boost II: Increases jump height by 1&#;1&#;4 blocks.

Potion of Slow Falling
Potion of Slow Falling
( )
Potion of Slow Falling
Potion of Slow Falling
( )
Slow Falling: Causes the player to fall at a slower rate and not take any damage when hitting the ground.

Negative effects[]

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How to make potions in Minecraft

If you&#;re playing Minecraft in Survival Mode, potions can come in handy. You can drink a brew that enhances your melee attacks, your speed, or allows you to breathe underwater. This guide shows you how to make potions in Minecraft &#; even those you can throw at enemies.

Gamers playing in Creative Mode don&#;t really need potions, however. Still, they&#;re fun to create, though the road to obtaining every ingredient manually can be quite long. Your journey includes taking a trip into the Nether, fishing, hunting rabbits, and more.

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Gather your materials

Minecraft Nether Portal

The list of materials you need is rather long, five of which reside in the Nether. That means you need to build a portal, enter the underworld, defeat monsters, and find a Nether Fortress without getting lost.

Remember, each block traveled in the Nether equals eight blocks traveled in the Overworld. You may want to consider leaving markers, like torches, that lead you back to the portal. Switching to “Peaceful” mode probably wouldn’t be a bad idea either &#; at least until you return home.

Minecraft Soul Sand and Nether Wart

Nether ingredients

  • Blaze Rods &#; Dropped by Blazes in Nether Fortresses that are used to craft Blaze Powder.
  • Ghast Tear &#; Dropped by Ghasts that hover over lava.
  • Magma Cream &#; Dropped by Magma Cubes or crafted from one (1) Blaze Powder and one (1) Slimeball.
  • Nether Wart &#; Located in Nether Fortresses growing in Soul Sand.
  • Soul Sand &#; Used to grow more Nether Wart in the Overworld (optional).

Overworld ingredients

  • Dragon&#;s Breath &#; Dropped by an Ender Dragon.
  • Glistering Melon &#; Crafted using one (1) Melon and eight (8) Gold Nuggets.
  • Golden Carrot &#; Crafted using one (1) Carrot and eight (8) Gold Nuggets.
  • Phantom Membranes &#; Dropped by Phantoms.
  • Pufferfish &#; Use a Water Bucket or Fishing Rod to catch.
  • Rabbit&#;s Foot &#; Dropped by slain Rabbits.
  • Spider Eye &#; Dropped by slain Spiders and Witches.
  • Sugar &#; Crafted using one (1) Sugar Cane.
  • Turtle shell &#; Crafted using five (5) Scutes that are dropped by Baby Turtles.

Overworld potion modifiers

  • Fermented Spider Eye &#; Crafted from one (1) Spider Eye, one (1) Brown Mushroom, and one (1) Sugar.
  • Glowstone dust &#; Mined from Glowstones.
  • Gunpowder &#; Dropped by Creepers, Ghasts, and Witches &#; also found in chests.
  • Redstone &#; Mined from Redstone Ore.

Craft a Brewing Stand

Minecraft Craft Brewing Stand

You can&#;t make a potion without this required contraption.

Step 1: Open your Crafting Table.

Step 2: Place one (1) Cobblestone each in the three bottom squares in the crafting grid.

Step 3: Place one (1) Blaze Rod in the middle square.

Step 4: Drag the Brewing Stand down into your Hotbar.

Step 5: Select the Brewing Stand and perform the following:

  • PC &#; Right-click on the destination.
  • Console &#; Target the destination and press the Left Trigger button.
  • Mobile &#; Tap on the destination.

Craft a Cauldron (optional)

Minecraft Craft Cauldron

You’ll need water &#; why not add a little pool next to your Brewing Stand?

Step 1: Open your Crafting Table.

Step 2: Add seven (7) Iron Ingots to the crafting grid in a “U” formation: Three in the left column, one in the middle column’s bottom square, and three in the right column.

Step 3: Drag the resulting Cauldron down into your Hotbar.

Step 4: Select the Cauldron and perform the following:

  • PC &#; Right-click on the destination
  • Console &#; Target the destination and press the Left Trigger button
  • Mobile &#; Tap on the destination

Craft and fill Glass Bottles

Minecraft Craft Glass Bottles

You need something to contain your brewed liquids.

Step 1: Open your Crafting Table.

Step 2: On the crafting grid’s middle row, place one (1) Glass block each in the first and third squares.

Step 3: On the crafting grid’s bottom row, place one (1) Glass block in the second square.

Step 4: Drag the resulting three (3) Glass Bottles down into your Hotbar.

Step 5: Equip a Glass Bottle and do the following next to a body of water:

  • PC &#; Right-click on the water.
  • Console &#; Target the water and press the Left Trigger button.
  • Mobile &#; Tap the water.

Craft Blaze Powder

Minecraft Craft Blaze Powder

Your Brewing Stand needs fuel!

Step 1: Open your Crafting Table.

Step 2: Place a Blaze Rod into any crafting grid square.

Step 3: Drag the resulting Blaze Powder (two total) down into your inventory.

Brew an awkward potion

Minecraft Brew Awkward Potion

First, you need to brew a &#;foundation&#; called an Awkward Potion. It&#;s like the carbonated water in your favorite cola: Without it, you just have a glass of syrup.

Step 1: Open the Brewing Stand.

Step 2: Place one (1) filled Glass Bottle each into the lower three squares designated with a &#;bottle&#; icon.

Step 3: Place one (1) Nether Wart into the top square.

Step 4: Place one (1) Blaze Powder in the square in the top left corner designated with a “fire” icon.

This process converts all three Water Bottles into Awkward Potions. Now you need to add other ingredients to make these Awkward Potions usable. After that, you can add modifiers to make the effects last longer and more powerful.

Potion types

With the Awkward Potions in hand, now comes the awkward puzzle of crafting usable potions.

The list is long, however, so we broke them down into three categories: Positive, Negative, and Mixed. Remember, all potions start with the Awkward Potion you just created. Next to each potion type, we list its main ingredients and overall effects. We also list the modifiers you need to enhance or extend its potency.

For example, you can create a Potion of Fire Resistance by combining an Awkward Potion with Magma Creme in the Brewing Stand. After that, you can place the Potion of Fire Resistance back into the Brewing Stand and add Redstone Dust, thereby extending its duration from three minutes to eight minutes.

Positive Effects

PotionIngredientsEffect and Duration
Fire ResistanceAwkward Potion
Magma Cream
Extended version (+)Fire Resistance Potion
Redstone Dust
HealingAwkward Potion
Glistering Melon
Four health points
Enhanced version (II)Healing Potion
Glowstone Dust
Eight health points
InvisibilityNight Vision Potion
Fermented Spider Eye
Extended version (+)Invisibility Potion
Redstone Dust
LeapingAwkward Potion
Rabbit&#;s Foot
+ for
Enhanced version (II)Leaping Potion
Glowstone Dust
+ for
Extended version (+)Leaping Potion
Redstone Dust
+ for
Night VisionAwkward Potion
Golden Carrot
Extended version (+)Night Vision Potion
Redstone Dust
RegenerationAwkward Potion
Ghast Tear
+1 health point per seconds
for
Enhanced version (II)Regeneration Potion
Glowstone Dust
+1 health point per seconds
for
Extended version (+)Regeneration Potion
Redstone Dust
1 health point per seconds
for
Slow FallingAwkward Potion
Phantom Membrane
Extended version (+)Slow Falling Potion
Redstone Dust
StrengthAwkward Potion
Blaze Powder
+3 melee damage for
Enhanced version (II)Strength Potion
Glowstone Dust
+3 melee damage for
Extended version (+)Strength Potion
Redstone Dust
+6 melee damage for
SwiftnessAwkward Potion
Sugar
+20% movement speed for
Enhanced version (II)Swiftness Potion
Glowstone Dust
40% movement speed for
Extended version (+)Swiftness Potion
Redstone Dust
+20% movement speed for
Water BreathingAwkward Potion
Pufferfish
Extended version (+)Water Breathing Potion
Redstone Dust

Overall, these potions should be drinkable and not used as throwable potions. However, there are cases, like the Splash Potion of Healing, where a throwable comes in handy. It’s merely the Potion of Healing combined with a filled Splash Water Bottle that, ultimately, you can throw at friends with low health.

We provide instructions on how to create throwables later.

Negative Effects

PotionIngredientsEffect and duration
HarmingHealing or Poison Potion
Fermented Spider Eye
Damages six points
Enhanced version (II)Harming Potion
Glowstone Dust
Damages 12 points
PoisonAwkward Potion
Spider Eye
-1 health point per seconds
for
Enhanced version (II)Poison Potion
Glowstone Dust
1 health point per seconds
for
Extended version (+)Poison Potion
Redstone Dust
-1 health point per seconds
for
SlownessLeaping or Swiftness Potion Fermented Spider Eye% speed for
Enhanced version (II)Slowness Potion
Glowstone Dust
% speed for
Extended version (+)Slowness Potion
Redstone Dust
% speed for
WeaknessAwkward Potion
Fermented Spider Eye
Reduced melee damage by four
for
Extended version (+)Weakness Potion
Redstone Dust
Reduced melee damage by four
for

Courtesy of the Awkward potion base, you can make these potions drinkable, but many are more suited as throwables. In the following section, we guide you through the production of mixed effects potions.

Mixed Effects

PotionIngredientsEffects and duration
Turtle MasterAwkward Potion
Turtle Shell
Slowness IV and Resistance III
for
Enhanced version (II)Turtle Master Potion
Glowstone Dust
Slowness IV and Resistance III
for
Extended version (+)Turtle Master Potion
Redstone Dust
Slowness IV and Resistance IV
for

Brew a splash potion

Minecraft Brew Splash Potion

You’re obviously out to hurt your enemies, so any kind of combat requires a harmful concoction ready for launching at encroaching attackers. We like using slowness or poison. Not all potions are bad, of course, and many of them bestow curative and fortifying powers. However, you should reserve those potions for yourself, and not your enemies. 

Step 1: Open the Brewing Stand

Step 2: Place one (1) regular potion each into the three bottom squares. In this example, we use potions of poison.

Step 3: Place one (1) Gunpowder into the top square.

Step 4: Place one (1) Blaze Powder in the square in

the top left corner designated with a “fire” icon.

Step 5: Drag the new splash potions down into your inventory.

Brew a lingering splash potion

Minecraft Brew Lingering Potion

The effects of this recipe will haunt its victims long after you dispatch the splash, making this potion optimal for defeating a constant flow of enemies bombarding your space.

Step 1: Open the Brewing Stand.

Step 2: Place one (1) Splash Potion in one of the three bottom squares. In this example, we use the Splash Potion of Poison.

Step 3: Place one (1) Dragon’s Breath in the top square.

Step 4: Place one (1) Blaze Powder in the square in the top left corner designated with a “fire” icon.

Step 5: Drag the new lingering splash potion down into your inventory.

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Minecraft Wiki Guide

How to Make Potions in Minecraft?

The making of potions is a complex art and it requires many different materials. The main item required for potion making is a brewing stand. Potions are edible items that have varying effects on the player, or if turned into splash potions, and other mobs.

How to Make a Brewing Stand in Minecraft

A brewing stand can be made using a blaze rod (aquired from a blaze mob in the nether) and three blocks of cobblestone.

How to Craft Bottles in Minecraft

Next, after the brewing stand, are the bottles that will contain the potions after they are brewed. They can be crafted using three glassblocks (see below).

How to Brew Potions and Craft Water Bottles and Cauldrons

All brewing recipes require a glass bottle filled with water at the base. Bottles can be filled by simply equipping one in your hand and right clicking on water. Alternatively, cauldrons can be crafted. Cauldrons are crafted using seven iron bars and, once placed down, can hold enough water to fill three bottles fully with water. Water can only be placed in a cauldron with a bucket. Cauldrons are in general a less useful way of filling buckets than using a water source block, as the latter will not run out.

Every Potions in Minecraft

Listed below is every potion that's currently available in Minecraft. For more details on how to craft a potion of Weakness or Invisibility, click the links below to jump to their respective pages to find recipes and even more.

All Positive Potions in Minecraft

All Negitive Potions in Minecraft

All Main Ingredients Needed to Make Potions in Minecraft

Congratulations, you now have all the base items to brew potions. Here is a list of all the ingredients required to brew actual potions. These items will be discussed more fully in the recipes pages .

In This Wiki Guide

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Minecraft potions guide

Looking for a list of the best Minecraft potions? These handy concoctions can be made out of almost anything in the world, but grant powerful effects that help you navigate the world and fend off the deadliest of mobs. Whether it's breathing underwater, gaining resistance to fire, or just some good ol' fashioned healing, Minecraft potions give you an edge when exploring the world and gathering materials.

But in order to make these mixtures you're going to need some special brewing equipment and know-how. In this guide we'll explain what these are, and how to use them, as well as providing a Minecraft potion list for recipes, and information about adding various ingredients to modify your brew's effect.

If you're also on the lookout for extra protection when away from your base, this best Minecraft enchantments list will also help strengthen your armour and tools. If you want to go even further, crafting your gear from Minecraft Netherite is another way to go.

Brewing equipment

Minecraft Brewing Equipment 

Here's all the gear you need to make Minecraft potions.

  • Brewing Stand: A block used for adding ingredients into water bottles.
  • Cauldron: This holds the water, and is used to fill the Glass Bottles which will eventually house the potions.
  • Blaze Powder: This the fuel for the Brewing Stand.
  • Glass Bottle: These are the containers for your potions.
  • Water Bottle: This is the starting base for all potions. You get it by filling a Glass Bottle from the Cauldron. 

How to use a Brewing Stand 

The Brewing Stand can be made by combining one Blaze Rod with three bits of Cobblestone. You need to place the Blaze Rod in the centre as fuel and the Cobblestone along the bottom row. Blaze Rods can be found by killing Blazes in Nether Fortresses, and it's worth picking up as many as you can.

Along with the fuel to the Brewing Stand you need to get started, you're also going to need some Water Bottles, and some Nether Wart. 

To make Water Bottles, first craft Glass Bottles by combining three pieces of Glass on a crafting table. These must be arranged in a V shape with the three pieces being in the middle-left, bottom-middle, and middle-right of the table. Then, take your bottles to a water source and use them. 

Next is the Nether Wart, which you can get by finding it in The Nether. You can also create your own farm by laying down some Soul Sand and planting the Nether Wart in it.

Now that's settled, we can return to brewing. Add up to three Water Bottles to the stand before adding in some Nether Wart. Once the process has completed, you'll have three Awkward Potions to play around with. On their own these potions are useless, but they're also the main component of most potions.

Base ingredients

Base Ingredients

There are two basic ways to change potions. The first is changing how the potion works at a base level, such as making it last longer, or making it more potent. Here are the ingredients for the base changes, how to get them, and what they do:

Base PotionRequired IngredientHow to getModifier effect
Mundane PotionRedstone DustMine Redstone OreExtends potion duration
Thick PotionGlowstone DustMine Glowstone OreIncreases potency but reduces duration
Potion of WeaknessFermented Spider EyeCraft with Sugar and Brown MushroomGives opposite effect
Splash Water BottleGunpowderKill Creepers, Ghasts, or WitchesSpreads effect when thrown
Lingering Water BottleDragon's BreathCollect Enders' fireballs with an empty bottleCreates cloud of effect when thrown

Effect ingredients

Effect Ingredients

Effect is the second thing you change about Minecraft potions, and these are provided by combining Awkward Potions with different ingredients. You just need to put the Awkward Potion in the Brewing Stand, and add the relevant ingredient to it. Ensure there is still Blaze Powder lighting the stand, too, otherwise nothing will happen. Now you can then look at enhancing them or altering them. Here, we’ll run through all of the effect potions, what ingredients you’ll need, how to nab those ingredients, and what they do:

Effect PotionRequired ingredientHow to getModifier effect
Potion of SwiftnessSugarCraft Sugar CaneIncreases speed
Potion of LeapingRabbit's FootKill rabbitsIncreases jump height
Potion of HealingGlistering Melon SliceCraft using eight Gold Nuggets and Melon SliceHeals you
Potion of PoisonSpider's EyeKill spidersDepletes health over time
Potion of Water BreathingPufferfishFish outside of Jungle biomeBreathe underwater
Potion of Fire ResistanceMagma CreamButcher Magma CubesGrants fire resistance
Potion of Night VisionGolden CarrotCraft using eight Golde Nuggets and CarrotIncreases nightime visibility
Potion of StrengthBlaze PowderCraft a Blaze RodIncreases melee damage
Potion of RegenerationGhast TearKill GhastsRestores health over time
Potion of Turtle MasterTurtle ShellCraft using five Scutes from baby turtlesIncreases defense while slowing speed
Potion of Slow FallingPhantom MembraneKill PhantomsFall slower

A potion doesn't have to be glamorous to be useful, and staying alive is pretty much essential to doing well. Whether you need a quick boost in a scrap, or if you're just trying to recover after it's over, these potions will make sure you always come out on top.

And that's our Minecraft potions guide. The process might seem complex at first, you'll know what you're doing before long.

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Potion Recipes

Ingredients

See the full list of potion ingredients here.

Two special ingredients are useful in many kinds of potion:

Glowstone Dust Glowstone Dust

This optional ingredient increases the strength of your potion’s effects.

Redstone Dust Redstone Dust

This optional ingredient increases the duration of your potion’s effects.

Recipes

First place Water Bottles in the Brewing Stand. Then add these ingredients in order.

Useful Potions

Useful Splash Potions

Not-very-useful Potions

The splash versions of these might be useful in the multiplayer game.

Lingering Potions

First make Splash potions using the recipes above, then add Dragon’s Breath to create a Lingering Potion that can be used to make Tipped Arrows.

Potions with no Recipe

Certain potions do not have a recipe and can only be found as treasure. These include Potion of Luck.

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Potions are an item in Minecraft that is craftable via a Brewing stand. Potions can give players status effects that can help or hinder the player. All potions start out with awkward potions and won't fill your hunger bar. To see what status effect each potion does and how to make it look at the types of potions for the ingredients and how to obtain them look at ingredients.

Types of Potions

Instant Healing: Gives the player health instantly by drinking it or using it as a splash potion. This potions is made by a&#;glistering melon slice and does damage to the undead (zombies, skeletons, pigmen,etc) if you make it into a splash potion.

Weakness: Weakens the attack power of mobs and players. This potion is made by adding a fermented spider eye to a awkward potion.

Poison: Poisons mobs and players, damaging them over time. It is best to use it as a splash potion, due to the fact that if you drink it, you will get poisoned. This will heal undead mobs acting like a regenitive potion!&#;

Regeneration: Gives mobs and players regeneration. This potion is made from ghast tears and will act like poison to the undead. (i.e. Skeletons and Zombies)

Slowness: Makes mobs and players move slower. When you are slowed you FOV zooms in the counter of swiftness

Swiftness: Makes mobs and players move faster. When you are fast your FOV zooms out counter of slowness, Also you can run fast enough to go over 1 block gaps without jumping. In creative you can also destroy and place blocks faster

Fire Resistance: Mobs and players take no damage from&#;fire&#;and&#;lava. This potion is made by adding magma cream to an awkward potion.&#;

Strength: Strengthens the attack power of mobs and players. This potion is made by adding blaze powder to an awkward potion.

Harming: Inflicts damage instantly on mobs and players.&#;

Night Vision: Enables the player to see in the dark and underwater, as if the sun is shining on it. Made by adding a golden carrot to an awkward potion.

Invisibility: Makes mobs and players invisible. If you turn invisible, mobs will not detect you until you hit them, however if you have armor on they will see you as the armor does not turn invisible. Wolves' collars also show even when invisiblity is used.

Awkward Potion: Has no affect, usually is a base potion.

Ingredients

Netherwart: Turns a&#;water bottle&#;into an Awkward potion. Nether wart can be found in nether fortresses.

Gunpowder:Gunpowder&#;turns a potion into a splash potion. Is obtained by killing&#;creepers&#;or Ghasts.

Magma Cream:Magma Cream&#;is used for Fire Resistance potions and is obtained from killing&#;magma cubes&#;or by crafting via 1 slime ball and 1 blaze powder.

Redstone: Redstone increases the duration of potions and is obtained by mining&#;Redstone ore.

Glowstone Dust:Glowstone Dust&#;makes potions twice as powerful but only lasts half as long. Is obtained by killing&#;blazes&#;or breaking&#;Glowstone.

Ghast Tear:Ghast Tears&#;are used for potions of Regeneration. Is obtained by killing&#;Ghasts.

Blaze Powder: Used for potions of Strength. Can be crafted by using 1 blaze rod to get 2 blaze powder.

Spider Eye:Spider Eyes&#;are used for potions of Poison. It is obtained by killing&#;spiders&#;and&#;cave spiders.

Fermented Spider eye Fermented Spider eyes are used for potions of weakness and to transform other potions i,e; poison into instant damage and night vison into Invisibility. Can be crafted with 1 spider eye, 1 suger, and 1 brown mushroom.

Sugar:Sugar&#;is used for potions of Swiftness. Can be crafted by using 1 sugar cane.

Glistering Melon:Glistering Melons&#;are used for potions of Healing. Can be crafted with 1 melon slice and 8 gold nuggets.

Golden Carrot:Golden Carrots&#;are used for potions of Night vision. Can be crafted with 1 carrot and 8 gold nuggets.

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Minecraft: Every Single Potion Recipe

There are tons of useful and fun RPG-inspired mechanics in Minecraft. Aside from enchanting, you can also create your own potions. By gathering the right ingredients and crafting yourself a brewing stand, you can brew powerful potions that give you incredible boosts. There's something for just about any occasion, from water breathing to night vision to even poison.

However, Minecraft doesn't exactly tell you how to brew these potions. You can either learn the recipes by trial and error, or you can rely on this handy guide. Every potion will be listed down below, along with their recipes. And at the end, you can also find what different modifiers you can add to make your brews even more powerful.

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Updated on July 12th, by Anastasia Maillot: While there are no new potions in Minecraft, brewing and potion-making is still something a lot of new players might feel like is a daunting task. There are quite a few ingredients and potions in the game as well, all of which can help the player significantly in combat or simply to survive in extreme environments, like underwater.

In order to make potion-making even easier, each potion's ingredients have been listed, with a short guide on how to get your hands on them as well. Some ingredients are incredibly niche, making them difficult to find commonly in survival mode.

How To Use A Brewing Stand And Where To Find One

A brewing stand is a mid-game item. Typically, players will have to craft it on their own by first heading into the Nether, finding a Nether Fortress and gathering Blaze Rods. However, villages, igloos with basements and woodland mansions will occasionally have brewing stands. To craft a brewing stand, combine a Blaze Rod with three pieces of any type of stone.

The brewing stand needs to be fueled. To do this, place Blaze Powder in the top left square to fill up the progress bar on the left. This represents the fuel available. Brewing stands need to be refueled regularly. To start brewing, gather a bunch of glass bottles and fill them with water. Make sure to also have Nether Wart on hand, since this red mushroom-like plant is the base ingredient for the grand majority of potions. For a more in-depth guide on brewing, check this potion brewing strategy guide.

Potion Of Fire Resistance

Ingredients:

To become completely immune to fire damage, combine a bottle of water with Nether Wart. Then, add Magma Cream. In order to craft Magma Cream, combine a Slime Ball from a Slime with Blaze Powder from a Blaze. You can also get Magma Cream from Magma Cubes found in the Nether.

Potion Of Harming

Ingredients:

  • Nether Wart
  • Spider Eye
  • Fermented Spider Eye
  • Optional: Gunpowder

In order to deal tons of damage, craft yourself a Potion of Harming. Combine a bottle of water with Nether Wart. Then, add in a spider eye from a Spider. Finally, add a Fermented Spider Eye. You can craft one by combining sugar, a brown mushroom and a spider.

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Since the potion is best used on enemies, add in some gunpowder, which turns it into a splash potion. This allows the potion to be thrown at a target. Gunpowder can be found in desert temple chests and are sometimes dropped by Creepers when slain.

Potion Of Healing

Ingredients:

  • Nether Wart
  • Glistening Melon

Ideal for healing you when in a pinch, the Potion of Healing can be brewed with Nether Wart combined with a bottle of water.

Add in a Glistening Melon, which can be made by by combining a slice of melon with eight nuggets of gold surrounding it in the crafting grid. Melon seeds are found in mineshaft chests, and melons typically grow in jungle biomes.

Potion Of Invisibility

Ingredients:

  • Nether Wart
  • Golden Carrot
  • Fermented Spider Eye

For a quick escape from monsters at night time, the potion of invisibility is great. Combine a bottle of water with Nether Wart. Then, add in a Golden Carrot and finally a Fermented Spider Eye.

The Golden Carrot is made by surrounding a carrot with eight gold nuggets in the crafting grid. To find carrots, there's a chance a village or a shipwreck chest might have them. The Fermented Spider Eye is made by combining a brown mushroom, sugar and a spider eye.

Potion Of Leaping

Ingredients:

  • Nether Wart
  • Rabbit's Foot

To become as agile as a rabbit and gain a jump boost, craft this potion. Combine Nether Wart with a bottle of water.

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Add in a Rabbit's Foot, which can be gained from killing a rabbit if you have a good sword with Looting enchantment on it. Otherwise, this item is hard to come by. Rabbits usually spawn in abundance in desert biomes.

Potion Of Night Vision

Ingredients:

  • Nether Wart
  • Golden Carrot

To better see at night or underwater, this potion will make your life much easier. Combine a bottle of water and Nether Wart.

Add in a Golden Carrot, which is made with eight nuggets of gold around one carrot in the crafting grid. Carrots are somewhat easy to find in village farms or shipwreck chests.

Potion Of Poison

Ingredients:

  • Nether Wart
  • Spider Eye
  • Optional: Gunpowder

This is an average damage potion that will leave the target with a poisoned effect.

Combine a bottle of water with Nether Wart. Then, simply add in a spider's eye which is easy enough to get from killing a spider. Since this poison needs to be hit on enemies, adding gunpowder is useful to turn it into a splash potion that can be thrown. Gunpowder can be found in desert temple chests and when killing a Creeper.

Potion Of Regeneration

Ingredients:

In order to keep your hearts replenished quickly in a tight spot, craft this potion before a lengthy adventure. Combine a bottle of water with some Nether Wart.

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Then, add in a Ghast Tear, which is pretty easy to get after killing a Ghast. Make sure they don't die over a lake of lava, or it will get incinerated. Ghasts don't drop this item every single time, so it might take a few tries before finding one.

Potion Of Slow Falling

Ingredients:

  • Nether Wart
  • Phantom Membrane

If dying from fall damage is a major concern, consider crafting this potion to help you out.

Combine a bottle of water with some Nether Wart. Add in Phantom Membrane, which can be looted from a Phantom after it's killed. Phantoms only appear if you haven't slept for three nights straight in-game.

Potion Of Slowness

Ingredients:

  • Nether Wart
  • Sugar
  • Fermented Spider Eye
  • Optional: Gunpowder

To apply a devastating slowness effect on a target, brew this potion. Combine a bottle of water with some Nether Wart.

Add in some Sugar and finally add in a Fermented Spider Eye. Sugar can be gained from Sugar Cane plant and the Fermented Spider Eye is made from combining a brown mushroom, sugar, and a spider eye. Gunpowder is a nice addition to make it easy to toss this on an enemy. To get some, slay a Creeper first.

Potion Of Strength

Ingredients:

In order to quickly become the strongest one around, this potion is a must. Start off by adding Nether Wart into a bottle of water.

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Then, just add in some Blaze Powder, which is crafted from Blaze Rods. To get them, head to the Nether and find a Nether Fortress where Blaze spawners are located, and slay as many Blazes as you can.

Potion Of Swiftness

Ingredients:

Should you have the need for speed, a Potion of Swiftness is ideal with its simple ingredients.

In a bottle of water, add in some Nether Wart. Then, add in sugar, which is made from Sugar Cane plant.

Potion Of The Turtle Master

Ingredients:

To become slow yet resistant to damage like a turtle, craft this potion with both negative and positive effects. Combine a bottle of water with Nether Wart.

Turtle Shells are made from scutes, which are dropped by baby turtles when they grow into adult turtles. Find a beach with several turtles, and using seagrass start breeding them to gather a bunch of scutes. Make sure to protect the turtle eggs from mobs.

Potion Of Water Breathing

Ingredients:

For anyone looking to dive for treasure or enter an Ocean Temple, this potion is a requirement. Start by adding Nether Wart into a bottle of water.

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Then, add in a Pufferfish. This type of fish is fairly common to find in any waters when you go fishing. You can even capture it straight into a bucket.

Potion Of Weakness

Ingredients:

  • Fermented Spider Eye
  • Optional: Gunpowder

To turn a strong enemy into a weakling, this potion can be crafted and is incredibly easy to make even without Nether Wart.

Combine a Fermented Spider Eye with a bottle of water. To make a Fermented Spider Eye, combine a brown mushroom, sugar and a spider eye. To easily use it on enemies, add in some gunpowder to make it into a throwable splash potion. Gunpowder can be looted from Creepers and desert temples.

Potion Modifiers

Potion Modifiers:

  • Redstone Dust: The effect of the potion lasts longer.
  • Glowstone Dust: The effect of the potion is amplified.
  • Gunpowder: The potion can be thrown and splashed into a surface or target, affecting anyone in its range.
  • Dragon's Breath: The potion can be splashed on a surface to create an area of effect cloud.

While any of the above mentioned potions can be consumed as they are, it's recommended to use modifiers to make them even more potent. Once you've crafted a potion, add in one of these four modifiers in the brewing stand to give it an extra effect.

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