Elixir of Life


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Elixir of Life

fabulous potion conferring immortality. [Medieval Legend: Brewer Dictionary, 371]
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Furthermore, biomedical research has conquered disease to the extent that we have a foretaste of the Elixir of Life.
This new Elixir of Life Serum helps to activate the body's stem cells to repair damaged tissue and skin regeneration.
He finds a recipe for an ancient formula known as the Elixir of Life, which he hopes will save his brother.
A SECRET in the soil of Easter Island could turn out to be a biochemical elixir of life, research suggests.
The elixir of life was passed around as the waiter gave advice on which water works best with different foods.
Starring: Abhishek Bachchan, Jaya Bachchan, Priyanka Chopra, Kay Kay Menon The plot: A fantasy fable revolving around the elixir of life - the amrit - long guarded by a group of warriors but forever sought-after by the asuras (demons).
Thandie, who stars in the latest Guy Ritchie flick, RocknRolla, revealed: "HEAL gel is the elixir of life for the skin.
THE elixir of life is a tantalising concept, with its promise of living forever and staying young and beautiful.
Its topnote is a burst of peach blossom -- a mystic fruit in Chinese mythology that Taoists consider the elixir of life.
The way he sees it these teachers and kids are his elixir of life because without them, without this job, well, he probably wouldn't be celebrating any more birthdays.
THE youngsters of today who knock back booze as if it was the elixir of life should pay heed to Prof Roger Williams, the top liver expert who's been battling to save Best.