How to Make Splash Potion of Weakness in Minecraft Bedrock Edition

Potion of Weakness

Brewing is one of the oldest game mechanics in Minecraft and has been in the game for over a decade. Players can brew magical potions containing various positive and negative status effects.

Out of all potions, the Weakness Potion is one of the most commonly used potions in Minecraft. It is mainly used for curing zombie villagers, causing them to turn into regular villagers.

Cured villagers are grateful towards the player and, in return, lower their trade prices. Because of this, many players brew Potions of Weakness and cure zombie villagers to trade items at a cheap cost.

If you want cheap villager trades, knowing the recipe of Potion of Weakness is the first step.

Related | The Ultimate Minecraft Zombie Villager Cure Guide

Brewing a Potion of Weakness in Minecraft

To brew Potions of Weakness, players will need the following items:

  • Spider Eye
  • Sugar
  • Brown Mushroom
  • Water Bottle
  • Blaze Powder
  • Brewing Stand

The first step is to make a fermented spider eye by combining spider eye, sugar, and brown mushroom. After crafting, place it in the ingredient slot of the brewing stand. Add blaze powder and water bottles to start the brewing process. In about 20 seconds, your Potion of Weakness will be ready.

If you plan to use the potion on a zombie village or any other mob, you will have to turn it into a splash potion. Add gunpowder in a brewing stand to turn Potion of Weakness into Splash Potion of Weakness.

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