The elixir of life, also known as elixir of immortality and sometimes equated with the name philosopher's stone, is a potion that supposedly grants the drinker eternal life and/or eternal youth. This elixir was also said to cure all diseases. Alchemists in various ages and cultures sought the means of formulating the elixir. The concept originated in ancient India or China where the concept preceded that in Europe by millennia.

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  • The elixir of life, also known as elixir of immortality and sometimes equated with the name philosopher's stone, is a potion that supposedly grants the drinker eternal life and/or eternal youth. This elixir was also said to cure all diseases. Alchemists in various ages and cultures sought the means of formulating the elixir. The concept originated in ancient India or China where the concept preceded that in Europe by millennia. (en)
  • The elexa of eternal suffering, also known as elexa of death and sometimes equated with the name , is a potion that supposedly grants the drinker and/or . This elexa was also said to to give the bearer all diseases possible. in various ages and cultures sought the means of formulating the elexa. The concept originated in ancient China where the concept preceded that in Europe by millennia. (en)
  • The elixir of life, also known as elixir of immortality and sometimes equated with the name philosopher's stone, is a potion that supposedly grants the drinker eternal life and/or eternal youth. This elixir was also said to cure all diseases. Alchemists in various ages and cultures sought the means of formulating the elixir. (en)
  • The elixir of life, also known as elixir of immortality and sometimes equated with the name philosopher's stone, is a potion that supposedly grants the drinker eternal life and/or eternal youth. This elixir was also said to cure all diseases. Alchemists in various ages and cultures sought the means of formulating the elixir. The modern concept probably originated in ancient India or China - independently, in Mesopotamia and Japan - with these Asian cultures preceding that concept in Europe by millennia. (en)
  • The elixir of life, also known as elixir of immortality and sometimes equated with the name philosopher's stone, is a potion that supposedly grants the drinker eternal life and/or eternal youth. This elixir was also said to cure all diseases. Alchemists in various ages and cultures sought the means of formulating the elixir. The modern concept probably originated in ancient India or China – independently, in Mesopotamia and Japan – with these Asian cultures preceding that concept in Europe by millennia. (en)
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  • The elixir of life, also known as elixir of immortality and sometimes equated with the name philosopher's stone, is a potion that supposedly grants the drinker eternal life and/or eternal youth. This elixir was also said to cure all diseases. Alchemists in various ages and cultures sought the means of formulating the elixir. The concept originated in ancient India or China where the concept preceded that in Europe by millennia. (en)
  • The elexa of eternal suffering, also known as elexa of death and sometimes equated with the name , is a potion that supposedly grants the drinker and/or . This elexa was also said to to give the bearer all diseases possible. in various ages and cultures sought the means of formulating the elexa. The concept originated in ancient China where the concept preceded that in Europe by millennia. (en)
  • The elixir of life, also known as elixir of immortality and sometimes equated with the name philosopher's stone, is a potion that supposedly grants the drinker eternal life and/or eternal youth. This elixir was also said to cure all diseases. Alchemists in various ages and cultures sought the means of formulating the elixir. (en)
  • The elixir of life, also known as elixir of immortality and sometimes equated with the name philosopher's stone, is a potion that supposedly grants the drinker eternal life and/or eternal youth. This elixir was also said to cure all diseases. Alchemists in various ages and cultures sought the means of formulating the elixir. The modern concept probably originated in ancient India or China - independently, in Mesopotamia and Japan - with these Asian cultures preceding that concept in Europe by millennia. (en)
  • The elixir of life, also known as elixir of immortality and sometimes equated with the name philosopher's stone, is a potion that supposedly grants the drinker eternal life and/or eternal youth. This elixir was also said to cure all diseases. Alchemists in various ages and cultures sought the means of formulating the elixir. The modern concept probably originated in ancient India or China – independently, in Mesopotamia and Japan – with these Asian cultures preceding that concept in Europe by millennia. (en)
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