Beggartick is a plant in The Witcher 3: Wild Hunt that you can harvest for Beggartick Blossoms, which are used in Alchemy for creating potions. It is used as an ingredient in alchemy – you can make Oils, Decoctions and Substances with it.
In this guide, we’re going to show you where to find Beggartick Blossoms, what it looks like, where you can buy it and what recipes it is used in.
Where To Find Beggartick BlossomsBeggartick is usually found in Swamps and seldom in fields and wooded areas. Although this plant is used in making the Necrophage Oil, which is the recipe you know right off the start, it is hard to find in the starting area of White Orchard. You have much better chances of finding this plant in Velen, where there’s a huge swamp southeast of Hanged Man’s Tree (where you enter Velen (No Man’s Land) for the first time).
Beggartick White Orchard Locations
Beggartick Velen (No Man’s Land) LocationsYou can also buy the plant from a Herbalist in Velen, east of Lindenvale (after you liberate the camp).
Recipes using Beggartick Blossoms
|Necrophage Oil||1x Dog Tallow|
4x Beggartick Blossoms
|Attack Power vs Necrophages +10%|
|Werewolf Decoction||1x Hop Umbels|
1x Dwarven Spirit
1x Lesser Red Mutagen
1x Beggartick Blossoms
|Running, sprinting, and jumping outside of combat does not drain stamina|