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An elixir is a type of pharmaceutical preparation.
Elixir may also refer to:
- Elixir (band), a British heavy metal band
- Elixir Strings, an American maker of strings for stringed instruments
- Elixir (album), an album by Fourplay
- "Elixir", a song by Vast Aire
In other media:
- Elixir (BHU), an annual cultural festival at the Institute of Medical Sciences, Banaras Hindu University, Varanasi, India
- Elixir (comics), a fictional mutant in the Marvel Universe
- Elixir (Duff novel), a novel by Hilary Duff
- Elixir (Walters novel), a novel by Eric Walters
- Elixir (video game), a 1987 video game
- Elixir (programming language), a programming language for developing concurrent software
- Elixir Studios, a British video game developer
- ELIXIR, the European life-sciences Infrastructure for biological Information.
- Elixir of life, a legendary drink that grants eternal life or youth
- Elisir (disambiguation)
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