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po·tion

(pō'shŭn),
A draft or large dose of liquid medicine.
[L. potio, fr. poto, to drink]
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potion

(pō′shən)
n.
A liquid or liquid mixture, especially one that is medicinal, poisonous, or magical.
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po·tion

(pō'shŭn)
A draft or large dose of liquid medicine.
[L. potio, fr. poto, to drink]
Medical Dictionary for the Health Professions and Nursing © Farlex 2012

po·tion

(pō'shŭn)
A draft or large dose of liquid medicine.
[L. potio, fr. poto, to drink]
Medical Dictionary for the Dental Professions © Farlex 2012
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Asterix and Obelix the Gauls fight their way through legions of Romans, munching on wild boars and spurred on by the magic potion of druid Getafix.
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Grades K-3 Rhyming text tells of a cranky old womans magic potion mix-up that makes her realize children are more fun than the grumpy oldsters she turned them into.
Chocolate houses showcased more than the peculiar magic potion (now, courtesy of the English prepared with milk), but more important to the equation, food and gambling--Tomfoolery for the elite.
"If there were a magic potion that could make you feel great and could cut your risk of getting heart disease, cancer, and diabetes in half, people would be willing to spend hundreds, even thousands, of dollars for it," says JoAnn Manson of Brigham and Women's Hospital in Boston.
The roots of the mandrake plant are small living babies who scream when they are uprooted for transplanting, and are grown for the purpose of being cut in to pieces and boiled in a magic potion. The wizard world is about the pursuit of power and esoteric knowledge; in this sense it is a modern representation of ancient Gnosticism.
Then there are the toys, t-shirts, boardgames, playsets, owls, witches' hats, magic potion sets, computer games, card games...the list is endless.