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Consumables

Consumables are items that are used up by the player in the game. They include food, drinks, made using the Cooking skill, as well as potions, made using Herblore.

Food

Main article: Food

Food is a vital part of both the combat and skilling sections of Runescape (although it is more combat related). The list below shows a sample of different types of food. It's purpose is to heal player's Lifepoints. Some food (such as Rocktails also boost player's maximum lifepoints beyond the normal value.

Following the changes from the Evolution of Combat the amount of healing done by a piece of food is limited by a player's Constitution level. For more information on the food and the level various items are aimed at, see the food list.

Image Item Heals Members
Anchovies.PNG Anchovies 10 No
Crayfish.PNG Crayfish 20 No
Karambwanji 30 Yes
Sardine 40 No
Herring 50 No
Mackerel 60 Yes
Trout 70 No
Cod 70 Yes
Pike 80 No
Slimy eel 60-100 Yes
Salmon 90 No
Frog spawn 30-60 Yes
Tuna 100 No

Drinks

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Main article: Drinks

Drinks are made using the Cooking skill more diverse and typically more complex to make than Food. There are several types of drink. They typically both raise and lower certain statistics. Due to the negative side-affects drinks are typically less expensive than potions which change similar levels.

Potions

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Main article: Potions

Potions are designed to boost various statistics. They are made via the Herblore skill from a herb and secondary ingredient. Most potions specifically target individual statistics (such as Attack) and provide fairly short term buffs, therefore it is recommended they are drunk just prior to usage.

An important type of potion are the Antifire and Super antifire. They are one the few items in the game that reduce the amount of damage taken from Dragonfire. The highest level potions available (Extreeme potions and the Overload potion) provide significant boosts to combat damage.

In Dungeoneering, potions are available that affect multiple skills and are typically used to perform tasks such as opening doors and defeating obstacles in challenge rooms.

Outside of Dungeoneering it is possible to obtain Potion flasks which store upto 10 doses (as opposed to the vial which stores 4). Contrastingly, Barbarian potions are only stored in doses upto 2.

See also

Equipment
ArmourAurasCapesClothingWeapons
Accessories
RingsNecklacesPendants
Items
Holiday ItemsConsumablesKeysMini-Game RewardsQuest ItemsSkill ItemsItem SetsUnique Jewellery Guide
Materials
Metal ItemsWooden ItemsAncient ItemsPotteryJewelleryCloth ItemsLeather Items

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