To slow, prevent, or control fermentation a chemist is well advised to salt and chill his brew. Cold slows the growth and change of life. Salt encourages the growth of beneficent life and gives the brew a helpful vigor. Beware the consumption of too many salted potions for they can cause illness or death if taken in excess.
Gabor the Excellent writes: "the hemic dust endures ten eons and the liquor is unchanged." The meaning of this is lost.
Beware the storage of fermenting liquids in sealed glass! A potion is best stored such that it can both inhale and exhale.