To cook a potion you need to put the Ingredients in a cauldron, cook them and then put them in a bottle.
First you need a cauldron on the fireplace - prepare and clean one, fill it with water by using the Prepare button.
Then put ingredients into the cauldron by the down arrow below them.
To reach the desired temperature adjust it with the up arrow and down arrow.
You can add ingredients at any time during cooking.
Leaving undissolved Ingredients in the potion degrades its quality - use strain to remove these.
When your potion is ready put it in a bottle using done button.
Be warned that the bottles tend to break if the potion is too hot.
Ingredients start to dissolve at specific temperatures. When dissolving they release substances that can be used to cook potions.
Rose petal - Contains red substance, dissolves at 30 °C.
Apple seeds - Contains brown substance, dissolves at 50 °C.
Jasmine buds - Contains yellow substance, dissolves at 40 °C.
Substances are dissolved from ingredients. Some of them start to react with other substances if the cauldron is in the correct temperature range. Substances might have effect on the one consuming or using it. Be aware that above a certain temperature substances start to evaporate. However, this can be useful too.
Red substance - Makes the one drinking it healthier. Might interact with other substances between 60 and 70 °C, evaporates above 80 °C.
Brown substance - Rests the one consuming it. Does not react with other substances, evaporates above 140 °C.
Yellow substance - Does not have any effect. Might interact with other substances between 60 and 70 °C, evaporates above 80 °C.
Orange substance - Consists of red and yellow. Makes the one who drinks fall in love with the nearest person. Does not react with other substances, evaporates above 140 °C.
[Most of the codex should be generated dynamically to always reflect the values used by the game. This is still work in progress.]