|Release||15 January 2008 (Update)|
|High alch||45 coins|
|Low alch||30 coins|
|On death||? (edit)|
|Store price||Not sold|
|Exchange||1,191 coins (info)|
|A dose of Summoning potion.|
A Summoning potion restores a player's Summoning points, much like a prayer potion. It can be made at level 40 Herblore by putting a clean spirit weed into a vial of water and then adding a cockatrice egg. This gives 92 herblore experience. As with prayer potions, this potion only restores points; it will not add points above the user's level. It restores 7-31 Summoning points (7 + 25% of Summoning level) and 15 special move points per dose.
|Spirit weed potion (unf)||1||2,897||2,897|
Price per DoseEdit
|Item||Price per dose|
|Summoning potion (1)||1,191|
|Summoning potion (2)||1,279|
|Summoning potion (3)||1,121|
|Summoning potion (4)||1,165|
|Herb state||Material cost||Profit/loss||Profit/xp|
Summoning potions are generally used by slayers to allow them to remain at a tasks location for a longer period of time (such as beyond the normal length a summon can persist). This is particularly useful for the Bunyip, Unicorn stallion, and other healing familiars, as well as beasts of burden, as you can easily be out of summoning points before they fall into the threshold of which you can renew the familiar. Summoning potions are also helpful when using a steel titan familiar so you can unload many special attacks causing a lot of damage.
Summoning potions are also useful for those who wish to remain at a location for a lengthy period of time depending on just a familiar for healing, or are fighting something that requires a familiar's special attack.
In places where a player constantly use Winter storage, it would cost 1,541.53 for each additional use assuming one buys 3 dose Summoning potions.