The Shaharazalm Unction


Allows one person to make another say whatever he or she wants


Cannot make someone else cast a spell

Brewing Time

A couple of hours



The Shaharazalm Unction was taught by Potion Mistress Hecate Lafay sometime during the 2073 - 2074 school year in Potions Class. Professor Lafay used this potion on Slytherin student, Sierra Greingoth, to demonstrate its use to the entire class before teaching how to brew it.


The Shaharazalm Unction can make a person control whatever another person says. It is placed on the victim's lips, and it can make them say what you want them to say, but the victim will know they just said something they didn't mean to say. It can only be used once on that person. In addition, Professor Lafay did mention that this potion could not make another person cast a spell.


  • 1 gallon of flobberworm mucus
  • 1 tsp shredded beeswax
  • 20 drops of Coconut Oil
  • 1 finger of Vaseline
  • 7 drops of Lanolin
  • 2 tbs yellow moonstone
  • 1 Vitamin E Capsule
  • 1 pinch of Chamomile
  • 1 Jobberknoll feather
  • 1 Jobberknoll tongue
  • 10 blades of scurvy grass
  • 3 tsp of fluxweed
  • 2 leaves of lovage
  • 1 cup of stewed mandrake root


  • Light cauldron and pour in Flobberworm Mucus
  • Drop Beewax into mucus, watch it melt, then stir twice counter clockwise
  • Add the 20 drops of coconut oil five at a time. Stirring once clockwise after each five.
  • Don protective gear; gloves, aprons and goggles
  • Flick dollop of Vaseline into cauldron with finger
  • Add in 7 drops of Lanolin, and stir clockwise three times
  • Grind Moonstone in mortar and pestle, add 2 tsp to cauldron in a circular motion
  • Add Vitamin E to the center of the moonstone circle
  • After 6 minutes potion should be bright yellow
  • Add a pinch of Chamomile
  • Using silver blade, slice Jobberknoll feather and tongue finely, add to cauldron
  • Stir 5 times counter clockwise and once clockwise
  • Take the blades of scurvy grass and the fluxweed and put them in the lovage leaves , Roll them together tightly and press hard as you roll
  • Use Diffindo to cut into 10 small pieces
  • Take the stewed mandrake roots and carve ten little holes in it with your silver knife then stuff the leaf rolls into the mandrake root and put the carved out pieces on top, drop the whole root into the cauldron and wait 5 minutes


Potions Class 2, Term 27