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'''Honey''' is a sweet substance made by [[bee]]s from the nectar in flowers. It is consumed by [[human]]s as a foodstuff, and can also be used by [[Wizardkind|wizards]] as a [[potion]] ingredient.
 
'''Honey''' is a sweet substance made by [[bee]]s from the nectar in flowers. It is consumed by [[human]]s as a foodstuff, and can also be used by [[Wizardkind|wizards]] as a [[potion]] ingredient.
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Honey was a known component of [[Belch Powder]];<ref>''Label Collection'' book in the ''[[Harry Potter Wizard's Collection]]'' box set.</ref> 2 pounds of honey, in the apthecaries' system of weights, were required ingredients.<ref>The label reads: "''of Mummy, Mastick, Red Myrrhe, Olibanum, Ammoniacum, Oppopanax, Bdelium, each ʒii. Vitriol ℔ii. Honey, ℔ii. Tartar ℥1,ſs. Aquavitæ, gal.iii.''" which uses the [[Wikipedia:Apothecaries' system|apothecaries' system of weights]].</ref>
   
 
==Appearances==
 
==Appearances==
 
*''[[Pottermore]]''
 
*''[[Pottermore]]''
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*[[Harry Potter films|''Harry Potter'' films]] {{Comment|Mentioned on box}}
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*''[[Harry Potter Wizard's Collection]]'' {{Comment|Mentioned on box}}
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==Notes and references==
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{{Reflist}}
 
[[Category:Foods]]
 
[[Category:Foods]]
 
[[Category:Potion ingredients]]
 
[[Category:Potion ingredients]]

Revision as of 22:00, January 14, 2013

Honey
Honey
Food information
Manufacturer

Bees

Known ingredients

Nectar

Honey is a sweet substance made by bees from the nectar in flowers. It is consumed by humans as a foodstuff, and can also be used by wizards as a potion ingredient.

Honey was a known component of Belch Powder;[1] 2 pounds of honey, in the apthecaries' system of weights, were required ingredients.[2]

Appearances

Notes and references

  1. Label Collection book in the Harry Potter Wizard's Collection box set.
  2. The label reads: "of Mummy, Mastick, Red Myrrhe, Olibanum, Ammoniacum, Oppopanax, Bdelium, each ʒii. Vitriol ℔ii. Honey, ℔ii. Tartar ℥1,ſs. Aquavitæ, gal.iii." which uses the apothecaries' system of weights.

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