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Jangerberries
Jangerberries
Release date 12 December 2002 (Update)
Members only? Yes
Quest item? No
Tradeable? Yes
Equipable? No
Edible? Yes
Stackable? No
High Alch 0 coins
Low Alch 0 coins
Destroy Drop
Store price Not sold
Exchange price 418 coins (info)
Buy limit Unknown
Weight 0 kg
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Jangerberry detail

Jangerberries are a berry used mainly as a secondary ingredient in herblore. If eaten they temporarily boost your Attack level by two, Strength level by one, and restores one Prayer point. They will also lower your Defence level by one.

UsesEdit

Jangerberries are used in the Herblore skill to mix Zamorak brews. They can also be used on a compost bin to make supercompost. Jangerberries are also used in the Watchtower quest and are known to be randomly selected as an item required in the quest Fairytale I - Growing Pains. If you do get this item for the fairytale quest, it would be advisable to bring 4 or more (or simply bring Druid pouches) due to the Ghasts in Mort Myre Swamp. They might turn your berries into rotten food. This makes it useless, and may result in you having to obtain more jangerberries.

SourcesEdit

There are four spawns on a small Ogre island in a lake west of Yanille. This island requires that you take a rope each time you want to get onto it; use the rope on the branch of the long branched tree located west of the island. A mith grapple will not work in place of a rope. Alternatively, you can use telekinetic grab to transfer the berries to your inventory.

FarmingEdit

Jangerberries can also be grown using Jangerberry seeds with the Farming skill at level 48 Farming. A player can pay the farmer six watermelons to look after the bush. Players will receive 50 experience for planting and 285 experience for checking the bush's health. Players will then get 19 experience for harvesting each Jangerberry; equalling a total of 76 experience for harvesting a fully grown jangerberry bush (4 berries).


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