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 bhu, a cultural festival organized each year in the second half of February at the Institute of Medical Sciences
- Elixir (metal band), a British heavy metal band.
- Elixir of life, also known as the elixir of immortality
- Elixir (band), Goa trance music
- Elixer (song), a song by the underground rapper Vast Aire
- Elixir Studios, a British video game developer
- Elixir (comics), a fictional mutant in the Marvel Universe
- Elixir Strings, for electric, acoustic, and bass guitars as well as banjo and mandolin
- L'elisir d'amore, The Elixir of Love, an opera