"The Blue Medicine is the most expensive, but a very good buy."
The Blue Potion is an elixir commonly found throughout the Zelda franchise. Its uses vary, but commonly include the replenishment of health and magic. This potion is typically one of the most expensive potions in any game it can be found in due to its convenient restoration properties.
A Link to the Past
Link can buy a Blue Potion from the Magic Shop for 160 Rupees. It refills both health and magic.
Ocarina of Time
If Link brings Kotake a Magic Mushroom at the Magic Hags' Potion Shop, she will brew one Blue Potion for him for free. Subsequently, it can be bought for 60 rupees, but only within the same three-day cycle. Before he brings a mushroom to her within the cycle, she will tell him she is sold out for lack of ingredients.
The Wind Waker
After Link brings 15 blue chu jellies (there are only 23 blue ChuChus in the game) to Doc Bandam at the Chu Jelly Juice Shop on Windfall Island, he will make Blue Potion. From then on he can buy it there for 60 rupees or five more blue chu jellies.
The Minish Cap
A Link Between Worlds
Art of a bottle of Blue Potion from A Link to the Past.
Blue Potion from Ocarina of Time.
Blue Potion from Twilight Princess.
Blue Potion from A Link Between Worlds
- ↑ "What's that? You want a Blue Potion, do you? Well, you gave me a mushroom, so I'll give you one for free." — Kotake, Majora's Mask.
- ↑ "Blue Potion: 60 Rupees I just brewed up this cure-all! It goes down easy and gets right to work." — Kotake, Majora's Mask.
- ↑ "Blue Potion: 60 Rupees Actually, I can't get the ingredients for this, so I'm sold out. Sorry." — Kotake, Majora's Mask.