Lynda’s easy magic potions: Xrucarem

Welcome, one more time, to Lynda’s easy magic potions, where I teach you guys how to make easy and fun potions! Today I am going to show you how to do a very easy and potent potion that you are just going to love! So, let’s get to it, shall we?

Today’s potion is Xrucarem. You may have heard about it, it is a very popular potion used to make the soul transcend space and time and send messages to your past or future soul, which appear as a weirdly vivid dream. It sounds complicated, but believe me, it’s super simple. With some variations that I’m going to make you can get the same results with things that everyone has at home.

So, you’re going to need:

  • Some unicorn horn, powdered.
  • A pinch of cinnamon, to taste.
  • Red Wine, Gran Reserva of the year 1985, no more no less.
  • A cup of garden herbs, picked up in a full lunar eclipse.

So you just cut the garden herbs in small pieces, and you mix them up with the wine. Once you have mixed for a good while, you put them in a stirrer at 5000rpm, leave it there for 10 minutes. The bottom of the mix should have gone cerulean blue, and the top crimson red. It’s just very simple, really.

So you take the red part and save the blue one, and add unicorn horn powder until the mix turns pink-ish. Once you are satisfied with the mix, add the blue part and gently mix it in. Do not pop the bubbles on the surface of the potion. Finally, you let it sit in a jar, add some cinnamon in the sunset of a Sunday and, voila! You have it!

As you can see, it’s very easy to make potions. Practice this one, and be ready for a bit of a challenge next time!

 

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