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Another word for elixir

  1. An agent used to restore health

      1. (Law) A means, as court action, by which violation of a right is prevented or compensated for; legal redress
      2. Something, such as a drug or a bandage, that is used to treat a symptom, disease, injury, or other condition.
      3. Any medicine or treatment that cures, heals, or relieves a disease or bodily disorder or tends to restore health
      1. (Archaic) The art or profession of medicine.
      2. A medicine or drug, especially a cathartic.
      3. A medicine or remedy, esp. a laxative or cathartic
      1. A medicine whose effectiveness is unproved and whose ingredients are usually secret; a quack remedy.
      2. A medicine prepared by the person selling it
      3. A patent medicine of a kind sold with exaggerated claims; quack medicine
      1. The branch of this science encompassing treatment by drugs, diet, exercise, and other nonsurgical means.
      2. Something that serves as a remedy or corrective:
      3. The practice of medicine.
      1. A drug or other substance used to treat disease or injury; a medicine.
      2. The act or process of treating a patient with medicine:
      3. A medicine; substance for curing or healing, or for relieving pain
      1. Medication
      2. An agent that promotes recovery from injury or ailment; a medicine.
      1. A system, method, or course of treating a disease, ailment, etc.
      2. A method or course of treatment used to restore health.
      3. A medicine or treatment for restoring health; remedy
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Another word for elixir

      1. (Greek mythology) The goddess/personification of healing, remedies, cures and panaceas (medicines, salves, oinments and other curatives). She is a daughter of Asclepius and Epione.
      2. A remedy for all diseases, evils, or difficulties; a cure-all.
      3. A supposed remedy or medicine for all diseases or ills; cure-all
      1. A coloring or dyeing substance; a pigment.
      2. An alcohol solution of a nonvolatile medicine:
      3. (Pharmacy) A dilute solution consisting of a medicinal substance in alcohol or in alcohol and water, usually 10% to 20% by volume: tinctures are more dilute than fluid extracts and more volatile than spirits
      1. A group of buildings situated close together, eg. for a school or block of offices
      2. A building or buildings, especially a residence or group of residences, set off and enclosed by a barrier.
      3. (Chemistry) A pure, macroscopically homogeneous substance consisting of atoms or ions of two or more different elements in definite proportions that cannot be separated by physical means. A compound usually has properties unlike those of its constituent elements.
      1. Any fragrant ointment or aromatic oil for healing or anointing
      2. Any of several related plants in the mint family, such as the bee balm and the horse balm.
      3. An aromatic gum resin obtained from certain trees and plants (esp. genus Commiphora of the bursera family) and used in the manufacture of perfume, medicine, etc.; balsam
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