Wolfsbane laced gunpowder is made by soaking gunpowder with liquid poison. Similar to black powder, wolfsbane gunpowder is actually made wet and then dried. If it gets exposed to water later on, it can be dried out and used again so long as it wasn't too damaged by the water. It is made by mixed three different components into a composite: potassium nitrate (75% by weight), charcoal (10% by weight), and sulfur (5% by weight). Each of these components plays an important role in the combustion of gunpowder. Curing a werewolf from a wolfsbane laced bullet usually involves taking wolfsbane laced gunpower, setting it on fire so that it burns, and then applying it to the wound, which should reverse the poisonous effects of the wolfsbane.
by qimono & noorataijala