Charm for Bandaging The Bandaging Charm (Ferula) was a healing charm that summoned bandages to wrap around a wound and splint any fractured bones.
Brackium Emendo was a healing magic incantation that could be used to fix shattered bones. It took three brackium emojis to make one successful healing. The incantation was spoken slowly and clearly, with the patient being as calm and relaxed as possible. There were also other ways to heal broken bones besides using brackium emojis.
Brackium emojis are used by Hogwarts School of Witchcraft and Wizardry to heal their students who have been injured in battle or in accidents. They are placed on the affected area of the body and speak the incantation while thinking of their friend or family member. Once the emojis are healed, they disappear. There are no further spells required to complete the healing process.
Broken bones can be very painful and can cause you to lose weight if you don't eat enough. Having your bones healed by someone who knows how to use brackium emojis can help you feel better quickly so you can return to your normal life. At Hogwarts, brackium emojis are used for many different reasons because there are many different ways to injure yourself or others. Students at the school learn how to protect themselves from dangerous situations by using charms such as disarmament charms.
Charm for Repairing Objects: This charm is used to fix objects that you have already repaired with this charm. To repair an object using this charm, find a suitable match at your local magizoology shop and have them fix it as though it were new.
To use the Charm for Repairing Objects, simply point it at the object that you want to repair and speak the incantation "Reparo."
This charm is very useful if you need to repair several objects around you. Instead of repeating the charm multiple times, just point it once at the object that needs fixing and say the word "Reparo." Once the object is repaired, you can put it back into action without being affected by its previous damage.
In addition to objects like cars and houses, this charm can be used on other things such as furniture, windows, and even other charms. However, it is not recommended to use it on living creatures because they might feel uncomfortable with all the attention given to their object while under the effect of the charm.
The best part is that this charm does not require any material components!
Charm for Scavenging: This charm allows its owner to find lost objects. If the owner of an object that's been charmed finds out who did it, they can ask anyone with a link to the object (i.e. its owner before they were charmed) to come and see them. The owner then has the option of asking the person to keep or return the item.
Cleaning charms are often used by members of the Charms Department at Hogwarts School of Witchcraft and Wizardry. They are given out by Professor Binns once a year as part of their Education program.
The first known case of someone being able to clean something with a cleaning charm was in 1995, when one such charm was used by staff at St Mungo's Hospital for Magical Maladies and Injuries to cleanse an area where several rare magical creatures had been kept captive. The charm allowed the creatures to be released without harm to themselves or others.
Since then, other cases have emerged. In 2001, a house-elf working for a family at Number 4 Privet Drive was found to be suffering from tuberculosis.
The Barrier Charm (Protego) was an invisible shield that reflected spells and prevented physical beings, protecting the caster. The charm could only be used to protect one person at a time and could not be used if the person wearing it was already protected by another charm or magic.
The Cruciatus Curse is a dark spell that causes intense pain through the use of three words: "Crucio mihi." It was first mentioned by Bellatrix Lestrange in the book Voldemort Reborn when she cursed Nicolas Flamel for creating the Philosopher's Stone. She used the curse on him after he was captured by Death Eaters during his attempt to create an army of Muggles through the use of Legilimens. She wanted to make sure that he did not escape again; however, since he had been tortured previously, he could not be harmed by this curse.
Dementors are magical creatures that feed on human emotion. They look like large, hag-like women with long black hair and sharp teeth. Originally created by the Dark Lord as guards for his prison, Azkaban, they have since become an enemy to all those who live healthily in the world. Only those who are evil, such as murderers, will draw out a Dementor's soul.
Rictusempra, often known as the "tickling charm," leads the sufferer to collapse in laughter. During their battle in the Chamber of Secrets, Harry Potter employs this spell on Draco Malfoy. Although it has no lasting effect, it makes him feel ridiculous and causes him to laugh uncontrollably for several minutes.
This is one of many spells used by Harry to defeat Draco. The other spells include Accio! , Avada Kedavra!, and Expelliarmus!
Draco uses a version of Rictusempra called "Ticklish Charms" to attack Harry during their second encounter in Hogwarts. It is not known what effect, if any, this spell has on its target.
Harry also uses Rictusempra against Draco during their third encounter at Hogwarts. This time, it is part of a series of spells that drain the energy from Draco's dragon bodyguard, Nagini. When Nagini falls unconscious, Voldemort arrives and takes possession of her body. With no one able to control or shut down Nagini's magic, she dies after she releases another curse intended for Harry. However, since Nagini had already passed away, the curse fails.
Later that night, when Voldemort returns to the castle with Luna Lovegood in tow, he finds an exhausted Harry waiting for him.
The name Protego The Barrier Charm (Protego) was an invisible shield that reflected spells and prevented physical beings, protecting the caster. It could be used to defend against dark arts attacks, or simply as a way to protect oneself from harm.
First introduced in Harry Potter and the Philosopher's Stone, it was taught by Professor Binns who said it had been known for centuries before him. He also told Harry that if his mother wasn't available to help them, he should try using the charm himself.
In Harry Potter and the Chamber of Secrets, Dolores Umbridge teaches the Protecto-Empathy as part of her anti-Muggle propaganda class. She claims that Muggles are incapable of loving anything or anyone other than themselves, which is why they need barriers such as Protego between themselves and danger. Using this theory, she convinces several students to use their Protego shields to attack their friends. When confronted about this by Professor Trelawney, Umbridge claims that love is just a "biochemical reaction" that only Muggles feel, not real love like between a wizard and witch. This makes Trelawney call her a "double-headed snake".
Emendo Brackium Brackium Emendo-Heals damaged bones instantly. We found out for sure when Gilderoy Lockhart fully disintegrated Harry Potter's arm. With a wave of his hand, the magician caused a beam of light to shatter the boy's arm into pieces.
Harry then healed himself with his own magic.
We don't know what kind of spell it was because it wasn't specified in the book. But we can assume it was some sort of healing charm since Harry was able to heal himself after the incident occurred.
Lockhart also used another unknown spell to paralyze Harry's attackers without hurting him too much. This shows that there are many spells that have not yet been discovered by Muggles or wizards alike.
Muggle doctors are only capable of treating what they know how to cure which is why most of them fail at curing magical diseases and conditions. For example, while waiting for the basilisk venom to wear off, Harry had the opportunity to meet with Professor Trelawney who is a famous witch who teaches at Hogwarts School of Witchcraft and Wizardry. She told him about different kinds of poisons and their effects when confronted with magical creatures. Also, she gave him advice on how to avoid being killed by a basilisk.