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Nostradamus's Cherry Jam
Nostradamus's Cherry Jam

Origin

Michel de Nostredame

Type

Fruit Preserve

Effects

Causes the user to see visions of the future

Downsides

Extremely Addictive

Activation

Consumption

Collected by

Warehouse 12

Section

Food-888

Aisle

210-1552

Shelf

32329-84212-204

Date of Collection

October 3, 1862

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OriginEdit

Michel de Nostradame more commonly known as Nostradamus was an apothecary famously wrote "Les Propheties" which many believed predicted major events. One of his works as an apothecary was "Traité des fardemens" which contains recipes for both cosmetics and food. One of his recipes was for cherry jam which he claimed :

"Clear & Vermillion like a fine Rubey, & of Goodness, Taste & Virtue Excellent, that the Cherryes will Preserve Long in Perfection without adding anything but the Fruit: & will be fit to present to a King for their Supreme Excellence"

PropertiesEdit

This artifact has a strange property where it will be dormant if it is kept in the jar Nostradamus once had. Also, the jar will only activate its effects if the jam was made using the exact methods shown in Traité des fardemens (a copy is available in the Library).

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