To remove magic completely? That would be outside my talents. Alchemy is the fundamental principles of the natural world. Magic is a rather seperate way of doing things. I could make potions all day, given ingredients, whereas a mage can only manage a limited number of spells. Of course, my methods take far longer, but you know what I mean.
Like I was saying, removing magic is not something I know anything about. I witnessed an individual who could negate any spells directed at him, who eventually fled from us. Threan then described this as 'his trick'. Perhaps this might be of use to us. I could probably restore his statue into its undamaged form, then restore him to flesh and blood.
Apart from this, I could likely experiment with different combinations of potions, and so on. Perhaps if someone is rendered immune to magic for long enough, then the magics on them will die out on their own.
It has been a few minutes, how is the person you gave my potion to faring?
*While Kerrigan presumably checks the person, Nathaniel checks the Boltab sapling, making sure it is alright.*
So then he goes, YOU SHALL NOT PASS, and I say "I've got WINGS? I can FLY?" It was hilarious! The dwarf was tough, but the elf was delicious and they had some men and these four bite-sized guys, too. The wizard was fuming when I flew off.