Vitatie, Macro- and Microminerals

Mixing vitatie, microminerals, or macrominerls with blood in order to cast spells is called vitaemancy and only people with Vitaemancism are capable of doing so. Using vitatie, the vitality mage can target and affect a single creature. Microminerals can be used to buff a single creature and macrominerals boost a group, the size of which is dependant on how much blood the mage spends.


Vitatie Source Effects Toxicity
Vitatie Arn Carrot oil Target's skin becomes rough and dry, their eyes start becomes bloodshot and they have difficulty seeing Nausea, headache, fatigue, loss of appetite, dizziness, and dry skin can result. Excess usage while pregnant can cause birth defects
Vitatie Bel Broccoli seed oil Target starts bleeding even more than before and some blood vessels near the existing wound rupture and make the bleeding worse May interfere with glutathione. No known toxicity with high doses
Vitatie Den Direct sunlight Allows the caster to manipulate blood and make it float. With enough blood sacrificed, the mage can burst blood veins and kill people May die if they use too much blood. Can also cause other blood loss related problems
Vitatie Ers Almond oil The targets veins turn visibly dark and their nerve and muscle damage results in loss of feeling in the arms and legs, loss of body movement control, muscle weakness, and vision problems There is a potential for impaired blood clotting
Vitatie Gal Acerola cherry powder Causes dry hair and skin, bleeding gums, dry eyes, hair loss, joint paint, delayed wound healing, and bone fragility Possible problems include kidney stones, rebound scurvy, increased oxidative stress, excess iron absorption, diarrhea, and erosion of dental enamel
Vitatie Hie Sunflower oil Causes the target to suffer from nausea, fatigue, and they will start to shit and vomit simultaneous Not known to be toxic
Vitatie Ire Almond oil Causes the target's skin on their face to turn pale and their skin on their face will be horribly cracked. Target will also feel fatigued, anxious and they will refuse to eat May increase the risk of DNA strand breaks in the presence of chromium. Will also intensify urine color to a bright yellow (flavinuria) – but its harmless
Vitatie Ial Mushroom oil Causes the target to vomit blood and the normal stuff. Target will also have temporary dementia May cause flushing of the skin, itching, impaired glucose tolerance, liver cell damage, nausea, and liver toxicity.
Vitatie Kar Avocado oil Causes the target to suffer from extreme tingling of their feet May cause nausea, heartburn, and diarrhea
Vitatie Lis Rice bran oil Causes the target to suffer from sleeplessness, confusion, nervousness, and depression. Targeting a pregnant woman results in intellectual developmental disorder and blood disorders for the newborn May result in painful neurological symptoms
Vitatie Mas Bila leaf oil Causes the target's hair to start falling out and acid in their blood causes severe pain in the joints Not known to be toxic
Vitatie Nol Citrus oil Causes the target to suffer from weakness, diarrhea, and weight loss. Targeting a pregnant woman results in a low birth weight and preterm delivery Not known to be toxic
Vitatie Ail Fish, liver, eggs Causes the target to suffer from pernicious anemia, neurological problems and sprue Not known to be toxic



Macromineral Source Effects Toxicity
Calcium (Ca) Calcium powder May cause nausea, vomiting, constipation, dry mouth, thirst, increased urination, kidney stones and soft tissue calcification
Phosphorus (P) Phosphorus powder May result in soft tissue calcification
Potassium (K) Potassium powder Could cause tingling of extremities, muscle weakness, nausea, vomiting, and diarrhea
Magnesium (Mg) Magnesium powder May result in diarrhea, impaired kidney function, low blood pressure, muscle weakness, and cardiac arrest.
Salt (NaCl) Salt Could leand to increased fluid volume, nausea, vomiting, diarrhea and abdominal cramps



Micromineral Source Effects Toxicity
Iron (Fe) Iron powder May cause cardiovascular disease, cancer, and neurodegenerative diseases that are associated with iron excess
Zinc (Zn) Zinc powder May result in abdominal pain, diarrhea, nausea, and vomiting
Copper (Cu) Copper powder Could cause abdominal pain, nausea, vomiting, diarrhea, and liver damage
Chromium (Cr) Chromium powder Long-term use may increase DNA damage or cause kindney failure.
Fluoride (F) Fluoride powder Could lead to nausea, abdominal pain, and vomiting
Iodine (I) Iodine powder Could lead to a fever, diarrhea, burning mouth, throat and stomach
Selenium (Se) Selenium powder Could lead to dermatologic lesions, hair and nail brittleness, gastrointestinal disturbances, skin rash, fatigue, and nervous system abnormalities
Manganese (Mn) Manganese powder Not known to be toxic
Molybdenum (Mo) Molybdenum powder Doesn't seem to have an effect on anything Not known to be toxic


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