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I know this is how you get a nausea potion:

/give @p minecraft:potion 1 0 {CustomPotionEffects:[{Id:9,Duration:100}]}

but how do I change it so its name it different or so that the potions color is different?

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    As your question is now it's unclear what you're asking, if there is a specific problem you need help with you could add an edit so that it is clearer. – Jason_ Dec 5 '16 at 22:40
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The Name tag, held within the display compound, specifies the item's name.

As of 1.11, all potion items must have a proper Potion string tag in order for its color to be modifiable. You can use a value of "minecraft:water" to not add any extra effects to it, and it will be colored based solely on color mixing from CustomPotionEffects:

/give @p minecraft:potion 1 0 {Potion:"minecraft:water",CustomPotionEffects:[{Id:9,Duration:100}],display:{Name:"Custom Name"}}

If you want to specify a color directly, you can use the CustomPotionColor integer tag, which takes a decimal color value (example color picker here). For example, the following gives a white-colored potion:

/give @p minecraft:potion 1 0 {Potion:"minecraft:water",CustomPotionColor:16777215,CustomPotionEffects:[{Id:9,Duration:100}],display:{Name:"Custom Name"}}
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  • i tried using that and the potion just keeps coming out purple – Cameron Josephson Dec 5 '16 at 23:29
  • @CameronJosephson What version are you using? CustomPotionColor is 1.11+ only. You cannot strictly specify a custom potion color prior to 1.11 and must instead rely on color mixing. – Skylinerw Dec 5 '16 at 23:32
  • okay yeah yeah i was using 1.10 but i can switch it to 1.11 so thanks – Cameron Josephson Dec 6 '16 at 1:24

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