Buchu leaf

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This article is about the cleaned herb. For the grimy herb, see Grimy buchu leaf.
Buchu leaf detail.png

Buchu leaf is a herb found within the Chambers of Xeric by cleaning a grimy buchu leaf. It can be grown with a Farming level of 39, by planting buchu seeds in herb patches found within resource rooms. 52 Herblore is required to clean the grimy herb.

Unlike other potions, a secondary ingredient must be present in the player's inventory before it can be used on a water-filled gourd vial to create the potions listed below.

Creation[edit | edit source]

Requirements
SkillLevelXP
Herblore Herblore52 (b)2
Members
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Ticks0 (0s)
Materials
ItemQuantityCost
Grimy buchu leaf.pngGrimy buchu leaf1N/A
Total Cost0
Buchu leaf.pngBuchu leaf1N/A

Products[edit | edit source]

ItemMembersSkillsXPMaterials
Prayer enhance (4).pngPrayer enhance (4)
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  • Herblore 65
  • Herblore 20
Prayer enhance (+)(4).pngPrayer enhance (+)(4)
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  • Herblore 78
  • Herblore 26.5
Prayer enhance (-)(4).pngPrayer enhance (-)(4)
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  • Herblore 52
  • Herblore 13.5
Revitalisation (+)(4).pngRevitalisation (+)(4)
Member icon.png
  • Herblore 78
  • Herblore 26.5
Revitalisation (-)(4).pngRevitalisation (-)(4)
Member icon.png
  • Herblore 52
  • Herblore 13.5
Revitalisation potion (4).pngRevitalisation potion (4)
Member icon.png
  • Herblore 65
  • Herblore 20
Xeric's aid (4).pngXeric's aid (4)
Member icon.png
  • Herblore 65
  • Herblore 20
Xeric's aid (+)(4).pngXeric's aid (+)(4)
Member icon.png
  • Herblore 78
  • Herblore 26.5
Xeric's aid (-)(4).pngXeric's aid (-)(4)
Member icon.png
  • Herblore 52
  • Herblore 13.5

Changes[edit | edit source]

Date Changes
22 March 2018
(update)

The item's value was increased from 1 to 2.

5 October 2017
(update)

The item was recoloured.

Gallery (historical)[edit | edit source]

Buchu leaf (v1) detail.png
Buchu leaf detail.png
Buchu leaf v1.png
Buchu leaf.png
5 January 2017 –
5 October 2017
5 October 2017 –
present

Trivia[edit | edit source]

  • In Korean, "buchu" (부추) is a word meaning chives or leeks. The word "golpa" (골파), which the golpar herb is based on, shares a similar meaning.