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Beggartick blossoms

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In The Witcher 3: Wild Hunt[edit | edit source]

Beggartick blossoms
Tw3 beggartick blossoms.png
Used in alchemy
Alchemy and crafting
Common item
Alchemy ingredient
Plant Grows wild
Base price
Price to buy
Price to sell
0 weight

Beggartick blossoms are used to craft the following items:

In The Witcher computer game[edit | edit source]

Beggartick blossoms
Substances Beggartick blossom.png
Beggartick blossoms
Hydragenum Rubedo
grows wild
Price to buy
15 oren(s)
Price to sell
3 oren(s)

The petals of beggartick blossoms, a common field plant with big red flowers, are used in the production of fisstech. The blossoms of this swamp plant are poisonous and hallucinogenic. According to the woman in the Brickmakers' village, normally this plant grows in the water, but the variety found in the Swamp Forest outside Vizima grows on land.

Sources[edit | edit source]

  • Swamp Plants
  • You can obtain this journal entry by giving food to one of the old women in the Outskirts or by giving the Scoia'tael dressed as a huntress feainnewedd in the non-human camp.
  • This entry can also be obtained by giving honeycomb, or 50 oren(s), to one of the women in the Brickmakers' village after midnight, during Chapter II, or in Chapter III after having completed Reaping Time. She can be found in the hut facing Vaska's house.

Notes[edit | edit source]

  • Yaren Bolt tells Geralt about beggartick flowers during the Flowers and Gold quest. During the quest, asking some Brickmakers you will get the information that the blossoms are used as gifts to the water lords.
  • In the real world, 'beggartick' is used as a name for several flowers in the Bidens-genus of the family Asteraceae.

Trivia[edit | edit source]

  • "Beggartick" exists also in reality. "Bidens" are a genus of flowering plants from the Asteraceae family.
  • Some plants of this species are used in traditional Chinese herbal medicine.