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This ingredient is mentioned in a scroll:

Getting very close to the formula! Mixing a powdered grim cap with a witch flower almost works. I think I'm missing one more ingredient.

While I don't have a witch flower yet, I would be interested in how to make powdered grim cap. Maybe it is used in other recipes which I have not yet discovered. Adding different amounts of grim cap with/without flasks to the mortar did not give any results.

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I presume you just need a bottle, grim cap and witch flower and you've got a potion.. but I haven't gotten that far yet... :) – Holger Apr 13 '12 at 7:46
Yeah, presumably making it into a powder is part of the alchemical process, not something the player does by hand. – Tacroy Apr 13 '12 at 14:41
up vote 5 down vote accepted

I mixed a grim cap, blooddrop blossom (the descritions says: Witches of the north use them in dark rituals.) and a cave nettle. What I get is a Sulphurous Potion (Rage: Attack Power +10, Evasion -10). Maybe this is meant?

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I agree. I don't think you have to "powder" the grim cap before using it. – Sterno Apr 13 '12 at 13:18
Yeah That is what the mortar and pestle does for you. – Holger Apr 15 '12 at 15:13

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