is a magical medicine, drug or poison in liquid form.

aand literature, a potion is usually made by amagician, dragon, fairy or witch and has magical properties. It is used for various motives including the healing, bewitching or poisoning of people. For example, love potions for those who wish to fall in love (or become deeply infatuated) with another (the love potion figures tragically into most versions of the tale of Tristan and Iseult, including Richard Wagner's operaTristan und Isolde);

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sleeping potions to cause long-term or eternal sleep (in folklore, this can range from the normal REM sleep to a death like coma); and elixirs heal/cure any wound/malady (as in C.S. Lewis' The Lion, the Witch, and the Wardrobe). Goscinny and Uderzo's character Asterix the Gaulgained superhuman strength from a magic potion brewed by the druid Getaf

In modern fantasy, potions are often portrayed as spells in liquid form, capable of causing a variety of effects, including healing, amnesia, infatuation, transformation, invisibility, and invulnerability.[1] Potions have also gained popularity as a standard item in video games, usually as a healing item. They are often depicted in bottles resembling florence flasks.

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