How to Use a Splash Potion in Minecraft

Using potions in Minecraft PE (Pocket Edition) can be an incredibly fun way to enhance your in-game experience. Potions are a type of consumable item in Minecraft PE that give a player a special status effect. These effects can range from increasing your speed and strength to curing you of poison or disease. With the right approach, using potions in Minecraft PE can be incredibly easy and rewarding. In this blog post, we’ll take a look at how to use potions in Minecraft PE, what types of potions are available, and how these effects can be leveraged to your advantage. Whether you’re an experienced Minecraft PE player or a newcomer looking to learn the ropes, this post will cover all the basics and provide helpful tips for getting the most out of your potion-ing. So, let’s get brewing!

Steps to Use a Potion
  1. Select a Potion. Once you have crafted a potion, select the potion in your hotbar. …
  2. Drink the Potion. Next, you will will need to use/drink the potion. …
  3. See the Particle Effects. Now, you should see colored swirls float around you. …
  4. Check the Duration of the Potion Effects.

How to Use a Splash Potion on Another Mob

When you’ve finished crafting a splash potion, choose it from your hotbar.

In this instance, we’ve chosen a Splash Potion of Regeneration to fling at a sheep.

After that, use the splash potion while aiming at the chosen mob. Depending on the version of Minecraft, the following controls are used to use the splash potion:

  • For Java Edition (PC/Mac), right click to throw the splash potion.
  • For Pocket Edition (PE), you tap to use the splash potion.
  • For PS3 and PS4, press the L2 button on the PS controller.
  • For Xbox 360 and Xbox One, press the LT button on the Xbox controller.
  • For Windows 10 Edition, right click to use the splash potion.
  • For Wii U, press the ZL button on the gamepad.
  • For Education Edition, right click to throw the splash potion.
  • Now, you should see colored swirls float around the target. This indicates that the mob has the special ability and that the splash potion’s effects have started.

    In this Minecraft brewing guide, we’ve outlined everything you’ll need, including some of the most popular ingredients and their effects. Before discussing the ingredients you’ll be combining, we’ll first go over the essential brewing tools you’ll need to get started on your path to becoming a pro. Here’s your brewing primer for beginners.

    The first ingredients to be added to the brewing stand are the base ingredients. Every potion needs a base ingredient, which establishes the type of the potion. The basic ingredients and the kinds of potions they produce are listed below. When an ingredient is used to improve or modify a potion after the brewing process, it has a modifier effect.

    We have a separate guide just for information on Minecraft potions if that’s what you’re looking for. When you engage in combat with Minecraft monsters and mobs, you can use brewing to create a wide variety of consumable potions that will cause different status effects, such as healing buffs, strength boosts, and elemental cures. Each and every potion that is made through brewing needs a base ingredient, which can then be modified and improved with a second ingredient or modifier.

    Brewing in Minecraft is a great skill to have if you’re eager to leave the comfort of your mining haven. You can experiment with brewing recipes to create potions to suit your combat needs now that you are familiar with the fundamentals of making potions in Minecraft. You’ll eventually be able to use these recipes to create tipped arrows, which will transform you into a skilled archer capable of eliminating Minecraft phantoms.

    If you’re new to Minecraft brewing and want to learn the fundamentals, such as what in the world you should do with your phantom membranes, we’ve put together a straightforward guide on how brewing functions in the game. Our manual explains how to use a brewing stand, as well as the necessary tools and ingredients.

    Further Modifying Your Potions

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    1 Add the modifier ingredient to the potion you want to change. You can change the potions you create using additional ingredients to affect them in a variety of different ways

    ALL POTIONS AND HOW TO MAKE THEM in Minecraft (MCPE/Xbox/PS4/Nintendo Switch/PC)

    including creating all-new potions. See the chart below to see how to modify the potions you just created:

    Modified Positive Potions

    Potion Base Ingredient Effect Duration
    Healing II Healing Potion Glowstone Dust Restores ♥♥♥♥ Instant
    Night Vision+ Night Vision Potion Redstone See in the dark 8 min
    Invisibility Night Vision Potion Fermented Spider Eye Makes invisible 3 min
    Invisibility+ Invisibility Redstone Makes invisible 8 min
    Strength II Strength Potion Glowstone Dust 160% damage boost 1.5 min
    Strength+ Strength Potion Redstone 30% damage boost 8 min
    Water Breathing+ Water Breathing Potion Redstone Breathe underwater 8 min
    Fire Resist+ Fire Resist Potion Redstone Immune to fire and lava 8 min
    Speed II Speed Potion Glowstone Dust 40% speed boost 1.5 min
    Speed+ Speed Potion Redstone 20% speed boost 8 min
    Regeneration II Regeneration Potion Glowstone Dust Heal one ♥ every second 16 sec
    Regeneration+ Regeneration Potion Redstone Heal one ♥ every two seconds 2 min
    Leaping II Leaping Potion Glowstone Dust Jump 1 and 1/2 blocks higher 1.5 min
    Leaping+ Leaping Potion Redstone Jump 1/2 a block higher 8 min
    Slow Falling+ Slow Falling Potion Redstone Falls slower and immune to fall damage 4 min
    Turtle Master II Turtle Master Potion Glowstone Dust Slows the player by 90% and reduces incoming damage by 80% 20 sec
    Turtle Master+ Turtle Master Potion Redstone Slows the player by 60% and reduces incoming damage by 60% 40 sec
    Modified Negative Potions

    Potion Base Ingredient Effect Duration
    Poison II Poison Potion Glowstone Dust Takes away one ♥ every second 22 sec
    Poison+ Poison Potion Redstone Takes away one ♥ every three seconds 2 min
    Weakness+ Strength Potion Fermented Spider Eye 50% reduction in damage 4 min
    Harming Poison/Healing Potion Fermented Spider Eye Deals ♥♥♥ damage Instant
    Harming II Poison II/Healing II Potion Fermented Spider Eye Deals ♥♥♥♥♥♥ damage Instant
    Harming II Harming Potion Glowstone Dust Deals ♥♥♥♥♥♥ damage Instant
    Slowness Resist Fire/Speed Potion Fermented Spider Eye Slows movement speed 1.5 min
    Slowness+ Resist Fire+/Speed+ Potion Fermented Spider Eye Slows movement speed 3 min
    Slowness+ Slowness Potion Glowstone Dust Slows movement speed 3 min
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