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Magic Potions and Spells

Updated on August 30, 2017

Magic potions

In the Middle Ages, magical concoctions were at a premium. Courtesans earned the hearts of the most wanted men by seduction, gaining power and influence.

Some stories started from a love cure, still remain in history.

The magic potions were accompanied by rituals designed to charm forever the gentlemen they were intended for.

How to make spooky potions

These hair-raising potions can be made by the glass, as shown, or in large quantities for your pumpkin-head cauldron. You may need these ice techniques below.

Coloured ice

Use coloured juice or add a few drops of food colouring to a pitcher of water, pour it into an ice-cube tray, and freeze overnight-simple but effective!

Crushed ice

To make the ice for your crushes, put some ice cubes into a bag, close the top, and whack it hard with a rolling pin.

Hot chocolate Bones

Make this welcoming brew to warm the bones of the trick-or-treaters on their return!

Brewing the bones

1 tsp of cocoa powder

1 mug of milk, some sugar,

and marshmallows

Mix a teaspoon of cocoa powder into a small amount of milk to make a paste, add sugar to taste, pour in hot milk, and stir. Add the marshmallows, which will melt - delicious! Decorate a long straw or spoon with a paper skull.

Lemon and Lime Slime

Watch the amazement on your friends' faces as the drink turns greener as the ice melts!

Slurping the slime

1 glass of lemon-lime soda

green ice cubes

Simply throw the ice cubes into the lemon-lime soda and decorate! Hang a few creepy-crawlies from the side.

Vampire Broth

Mix this broth in front of your friends and watch it come alive before your eyes!

Fixing the froth

1 glass of cola

1 scoop of vanilla ice cream

Fill a glass about two-thirds full of cola, add a scoop of ice cream, and STAND BACK! Cut out some black paper bats to swoop from your straws.

Witches Brew

Eye of newt, blood of bat, frog's tongue, and a squeeze of lemon. A brew with more than a few surprises!

Mixing the magic

Half a cup of cranberry juice

Half a cup of lemon-lime soda

Green ice cubes

Chewy candy

Mix the cranberry juice and soda together, add the ice cubes, and throw in the chewy candies as surprises! Let a slithery, slippery snake slide over the side.

Dream Spell

This spell allows you to mess with someone else's dreams .

You will need :

  • asleep person
  • tap, holy or bottled water
  • concentration
  • imagination

Casting instructions:

Stand next to or near the sleeping person for 1 minute.

Sprinkle a bit of water in a circle around them, but you have to make sure none of the drops will touch the person.

Sit down 1 foot away from the circle of water.

Sprinkle a few drops of water on yourself.


_Name of the person____'s dreams, listen to me,

I control what you will now see.

Stare at the person for 30 seconds

Close your eyes and imagine a dream for your victim.

Note: this will only work if the person's in a deep sleep and its a full moon.

Aphrodite's magic potion
Aphrodite's magic potion


  • 5 drops of rose water
  • 1 glass of champagne
  • 250 g raspberries


  1. Crush the raspberries and squeeze the juice obtained through a very fine sieve. Mix them with champagne and add drops of rose water. Put the potion obtained in a dark bottle, pour into a crystal glass and give your loved one. If you want to do this without him knowing, pour him onto his favorite food or drink.
Cast your vote for Aphrodite's Magic Potion

Is magic true?

Do you trully believe magic works?

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