The Witcher[edit | edit source]

"White Honey strongly stimulates the production of purifying enzymes in witchers' mutated bodies. Thus, it frees their bodies of the effects of toxicity, though it simultaneously nullifies the beneficial effects of any potions previously consumed. White Honey does not alleviate the effects of common venoms and poisons."

White Honey reduces Toxicity to zero and cancels the effects of other potions.

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Notes[edit | edit source]

  • White honey is useful in situations where you don't have readily access to a fire, but urgently need to drink more potions - typically in-between intense combat. However, since it also removes existing potions effects, it is best used together with short-duration or instant effect potions, such as Blizzard or White Raffard's Decoction.
  • Giving White honey to the baker in Murky Waters will earn you a sugardoll.
  • If White Honey contains a Secondary Substance the effect WILL be applied and not be removed unless you drink another White Honey after. So for example a Rubedo dominant White Honey can be used as a weak albeit completely non-toxic healing potion. Also since White Honey is often used when intending to drink other potions it is a good idea to create Albedo dominant White Honey, as while being non-toxic it will not benefit from the effect itself it will however lower the toxicity of the potions you intend to drink right after.

The Witcher 3: Wild Hunt[edit | edit source]

White Honey returns as a potion in the third game and is one of the first that's able to be made during the prologue in White Orchard.

Only one of the basic potions can be crafted at any one time and placed in the consumables slot, however this increases with each of the higher level variants.

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