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*One pint of [[Horklump]] juice<ref name="PSg">''[[Harry Potter and the Chamber of Secrets (video game)]]'' - PS1 version</ref>
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*One pint of [[Horklump]] juice<ref name="PSPS1">''[[Harry Potter and the Philosopher's Stone (video game)]]'' - PS1 version</ref><ref name="PSg">''[[Harry Potter and the Chamber of Secrets (video game)]]'' - PS1 version</ref>
*2 drops of [[Flobberworm Mucus]]<ref name="PSg"/><ref name="HBP/g">''[[Harry Potter and the Half-Blood Prince (video game)]]''</ref>
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*2 drops of [[Flobberworm Mucus]]<ref name="PSPS1" /><ref name="PSg"/><ref name="HBP/g">''[[Harry Potter and the Half-Blood Prince (video game)]]''</ref>
*7 [[Chizpurfle]] fangs<ref name="PSg"/>
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*7 [[Chizpurfle]] fangs<ref name="PSPS1" /><ref name="PSg"/>
*[[Billywig sting]] [[Billywig sting slime|slime]]<ref name="PSg"/>
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*[[Billywig sting]] [[Billywig sting slime|slime]]<ref name="PSPS1" /><ref name="PSg"/>
*A sprig of mint<ref name="PSg"/>
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*A sprig of mint<ref name="PSPS1" /><ref name="PSg"/>
*[[Boom Berry]] juice<ref name="PSg"/>
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*[[Boom Berry]] juice<ref name="PSPS1" /><ref name="PSg"/>
*One stewed [[Mandrake]]<ref name="PSg"/>
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*One stewed [[Mandrake]]<ref name="PSPS1" /><ref name="PSg"/>
*Drops of [[Honeywater]]<ref name="PSg"/><ref name="HBP/g"/>
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*Drops of [[Honeywater]]<ref name="PSPS1" /><ref name="PSg"/><ref name="HBP/g"/>
*[[Sloth brain]] Mucus<ref name="PSg"/>
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*[[Sloth brain]] Mucus<ref name="PSPS1" /><ref name="PSg"/>
*[[Moondew]] drops<ref name="PSg"/>
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*[[Moondew]] drops<ref name="PSPS1" /><ref name="PSg"/>
 
*[[Salamander]] blood<ref name="HBP/g"/>
 
*[[Salamander]] blood<ref name="HBP/g"/>
 
*10 [[Lionfish spine]]s<ref name="HBP/g"/>
 
*10 [[Lionfish spine]]s<ref name="HBP/g"/>
*[[Unicorn horn]] <ref name="PSGBC">''[[Harry Potter and the Philosopher's Stone (video game)|Harry Potter and the Philosopher's Stone]]'' (GBC version)</ref>
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*[[Unicorn horn]] <ref name="PSGBC">''[[Harry Potter and the Philosopher's Stone (video game)]]'' (GBC version)</ref>
 
*[[Aconite|Wolfsbane]] <ref name="PSGBC" />
 
*[[Aconite|Wolfsbane]] <ref name="PSGBC" />
 
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{{Quote|Wiiggenweld Potion? That's a really difficult one. Mind if I watch you make it? Good luck!|[[Hermione Granger]] to [[Harry Potter]]|Harry Potter and the Half-Blood Prince (video game)}}
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{{Quote|Wiggenweld Potion? That's a really difficult one. Mind if I watch you make it? Good luck!|[[Potions Club girl]] to [[Harry Potter]]|Harry Potter and the Half-Blood Prince (video game)}}
   
 
The '''Wiggenweld Potion''' is a healing [[potion]] with the power to awaken a person from a magically-induced sleep.
 
The '''Wiggenweld Potion''' is a healing [[potion]] with the power to awaken a person from a magically-induced sleep.
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==History==
   
A prince once used this potion to awaken a princess who had been given the [[Draught of Living Death]] by the [[Hag]] [[Leticia Somnolens]]. The prince first put some of the potion on his lips and then kissed the princess.
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A wizard prince once used this potion to awaken a princess who had been given the [[Draught of Living Death]] by the [[Hag]] [[Leticia Somnolens]]. The prince first put some of the potion on his lips and then kissed the princess.
   
==Recipe==
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==Brewing instructions==
 
The instructions for brewing the Wiggenweld Potion are thus<ref>See [http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=OPLR6u_SKlk this video]</ref>:
 
The instructions for brewing the Wiggenweld Potion are thus<ref>See [http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=OPLR6u_SKlk this video]</ref>:
 
#Add salamander blood until the potion turns red.
 
#Add salamander blood until the potion turns red.
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==Behind the scenes==
 
==Behind the scenes==
*The [[Christmas]] song ''[[99 Bottles of Wiggenweld Potion]]'' mentions this potion quite a few times.
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*In many [[Harry Potter (video game series)|''Harry Potter'' video games]], Wiggenweld Potion is used to restore a character's [[Stamina Points]], making it equivalent to health potions found in other sorts of video games.
*In the PS1 version of [[Harry Potter and the Chamber of Secrets (video game)|video game adaptation]] of ''[[Harry Potter and the Chamber of Secrets]]'', Harry can find completed Wiggenweld Potions on the floor or create one from a special cauldron, by pressing the buttons that appear on the screen. This will restore all of Harry's health or stamina.
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*The wizarding folk song ''[[99 Bottles of Wiggenweld Potion]]'' mentions this potion quite a few times.
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*In the PS1 version of the [[Harry Potter and the Philosopher's Stone (video game)|video game adaption]] of ''[[Harry Potter and the Philosopher's Stone]]'' and the [[Harry Potter and the Chamber of Secrets (video game)|video game adaptation]] of ''[[Harry Potter and the Chamber of Secrets]]'', Harry can find completed Wiggenweld Potions on the floor or create one from a special cauldron, by pressing the buttons that appear on the screen. This will restore all of Harry's health or stamina.
 
*In the [[Harry Potter and the Chamber of Secrets (video game)|video game adaptation]] of ''[[Harry Potter and the Chamber of Secrets]]'', Harry can exchange [[Bertie Bott's Every Flavour Beans]] for [[Wiggentree bark]] and [[Flobberworm]] [[Flobberworm Mucus|Mucus]]. Harry can then walk up to a special [[cauldron]] and make a Wiggenweld potion, which can be drunk to restore some of Harry's stamina. In most appearances the potion has a purple or magenta colour. Various cauldrons and [[Wiggentree]] stumps full of the potion can be found hidden all over the castle and its grounds, including within the [[Forbidden Forest]].
 
*In the [[Harry Potter and the Chamber of Secrets (video game)|video game adaptation]] of ''[[Harry Potter and the Chamber of Secrets]]'', Harry can exchange [[Bertie Bott's Every Flavour Beans]] for [[Wiggentree bark]] and [[Flobberworm]] [[Flobberworm Mucus|Mucus]]. Harry can then walk up to a special [[cauldron]] and make a Wiggenweld potion, which can be drunk to restore some of Harry's stamina. In most appearances the potion has a purple or magenta colour. Various cauldrons and [[Wiggentree]] stumps full of the potion can be found hidden all over the castle and its grounds, including within the [[Forbidden Forest]].
   
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[[pl:Eliksir Wiggenowy]]
 
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Latest revision as of 03:14, March 4, 2014

Wiggenweld
Wiggenweld Potion
Potion information
Effect
Difficulty level

Beginner to advanced

Known ingredients
"Wiggenweld Potion? That's a really difficult one. Mind if I watch you make it? Good luck!"
Potions Club girl to Harry Potter[src]

The Wiggenweld Potion is a healing potion with the power to awaken a person from a magically-induced sleep.

HistoryEdit

A wizard prince once used this potion to awaken a princess who had been given the Draught of Living Death by the Hag Leticia Somnolens. The prince first put some of the potion on his lips and then kissed the princess.

Brewing instructionsEdit

The instructions for brewing the Wiggenweld Potion are thus[5]:

  1. Add salamander blood until the potion turns red.
  2. Stir until the potion turns orange.
  3. Add more salamander blood, this time until it turns yellow.
  4. Stir until the potion turns green.
  5. Add more salamander blood, until the potion turns turquoise.
  6. Heat until it turns indigo.
  7. Add more salamander blood until the potion turns pink.
  8. Heat until the potion turns red.
  9. Add five lionfish spines.
  10. Heat until the potion turns yellow.
  11. Add five more lionfish spines.
  12. Add flobberworm mucus, until the potion turns purple.
  13. Stir until it turns red.
  14. Add more flobberworm mucus, this time until it turns orange.
  15. Stir till it turns yellow.
  16. Shake and add until it turns orange again.
  17. Add honeywater until it turns turquoise.
  18. Heat until it turns pink.
  19. Add salamander blood until it turns green.

EtymologyEdit

"Wiggentree" or "Wiggen Tree" is the name which in the UK is given to the Mountain Ash (a species of the genus Sorbus) because, it has traditionally been used as an anti-witching device.

"Wiggen" from the old Breton means "strength", "bravery" or still "courage". As for "weld", it is an English word which means "join together by heating to the point of melting"'.

Thus, "Wiggenweld Potion" would mean literally "Welder Strength" or "Who Welds the Strength Potion".

Behind the scenesEdit

AppearancesEdit

Notes and referencesEdit

See alsoEdit


Potions (class)
Books chapterart hbp 09
Professors: 16th century Professor · Vindictus Veridian · Severus Snape · Horace Slughorn
Textbooks: Magical Drafts and Potions · One Thousand Magical Herbs and Fungi · Advanced Potion-Making · Moste Potente Potions · A Collection of Above Three Hundred Receipts in Cookery, Physick, and Surgery
Potions at Hogwarts: Potions Classroom · Potions Staircase · Potions basement · Potions Club · Potion Master's office · Potion Master's storeroom · Dungeon Five · Cauldron cupboard
Potioneers: Arsenius Jigger · Damocles · Glover Hipworth · Golpalott · Gregory the Smarmy · Gunhilda of Gorsemoor · Hector Dagworth-Granger · Hesper Starkey · J. Pippin · Laverne de Montmorency · Libatius Borage · Regulus Moonshine · Rubens Winikus · Sacharissa Tugwood · Tilden Toots · Dr. Ubbly · Zygmunt Budge
Potions Studied: Boil-Cure Potion · Forgetfulness Potion · Hair-Raising Potion · Shrinking Solution · Undetectable Poisons · Wiggenweld Potion · Girding Potion · Antidotes · Strengthening Solution · Everlasting Elixirs · Felix Felicis · Draught of Living Death · Amortentia · Elixir to Induce Euphoria · Hiccoughing Solution · Poison Antidote · Swelling Solution · Draught of Peace · Wit-Sharpening Potion · Polyjuice Potion



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