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==History==
 
==History==
On [[2 December]], [[1926]], ''[[The New York Ghost]]'' published an article in which [[Healer|Healers]] claimed that Flobberworm mucus could boost the immunity of infants.<ref name="FB">{{FB|F}} {{see image|File:New York Ghost - 2 December 1926.jpg}}</ref>
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On [[2 December]], [[1926]], ''[[The New York Ghost]]'' published an article in which [[Healer]]s claimed that Flobberworm mucus could boost the immunity of infants.<ref name="FB">{{FB|F}} {{see image|File:New York Ghost - 2 December 1926.jpg}}</ref>
   
 
==Appearances==
 
==Appearances==

Revision as of 01:33, January 14, 2020

Ron Weasley: "Before that lecture, I thought I knew everything I wanted to about Flobberworm Mucous. And I was right."
Hermione Granger: "Well, I thought he touched on some interesting aspects."
— Discussing Severus Snape's lecture on the history of Flobberworm Mucous extraction[src]

Flobberworm mucus, alternatively spelled Flobberworm mucous[1] or Flobber Mucus for short,[2] is the slimy green mucus exuded from the Flobberworm, often used to thicken potions.[3]

Description

A popular potion ingredient, it is used in the Wiggenweld Potion[4], Herbicide, and the Sleeping Draught. Flobberworm mucus is sold at the Apothecary, costing one Galleon for eight bottles.[3] This mucus is also spread all over the roof beams on the Hogwarts attic.[2]

History

On 2 December, 1926, The New York Ghost published an article in which Healers claimed that Flobberworm mucus could boost the immunity of infants.[5]

Appearances

Notes and references

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