Strength Potion

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A Strength potion is a potion that can be made with the herblaw skill. It requires level 12 herblaw to make and gives 50 experience. When consumed, the player's Strength level temporarily increases by 10% + 3 (rounded down).

To make a strength potion, first add a tarromin to a vial of water creating an unfinished tarromin potion, then mix in a limpwurt root. As with most potions, initially, 3 doses are made and the number of doses decreases as the potion is drank.

A four-dose potion can be obtained by taking a limpwurt root, red spiders eggs, and 5 coins to the Apothecary in Varrock. This was the only way to obtain a strength potion before the herblaw skill was released, and remained the only way to obtain one in Free-to-play.

Creation[edit | edit source]

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Unfinished potion (Tarromin).pngUnfinished potion (Tarromin)1
Limpwurt root.pngLimpwurt root1
Strength Potion.pngStrength Potion1

Effectiveness[edit | edit source]

Significant strength levels affecting potion effect:

Strength level Potion effect Max potted level
1 3 4
10 4 14
20 5 25
30 6 36
40 7 47
50 8 58
60 9 69
70 10 80
80 11 91
90 12 102
99 12 111

Dropped by[edit | edit source]

1 dose[edit | edit source]

Fire Giant1091Rare (~1/128)
Fire Giant1091Rare (~1/128)

2 dose[edit | edit source]

Fire Giant1091Rare (~1/128)
Fire Giant1091Rare (~1/128)

Trivia[edit | edit source]

  • In the early days of RuneScape Classic, the strength potion was purple.[1][2] The yellow color was first introduced 8 December 2001, during the development of Herblaw.
  • For about a week, the 4 dose strength potion was still purple while the rest of the doses were yellow.[3]

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