An elixir (From Arabic,الإكسير Al-Ikseer) is a pharmaceutical preparation containing an active ingredient (such as morphine) that is dissolved in a solution that contains some percentage (usually 40-60%) of ethyl alcohol and is designed to be taken orally. Elixirs are often made from vodka or grappa.
Elixir may also refer to:
Elixir Gaming Enters into Agreement with NagaWorld Limited to Place and Operate an Additional 200 Gaming Machines on a Participation Basis at NagaWorld.
Aug 15, 2009; elixir Gaming Technologies, Inc. (NYSE Amex: EGT) ("elixir Gaming" or "the Company a provider of gaming technology...
Elixir Medical Corporation Announces Excellent Nine Month Safety and Efficacy Results from the EXCELLA II Randomized Clinical Trial.
Jun 07, 2010; elixir Medical Corporation, a developer of product platforms combining state-of-the-art medical devices with advanced...