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Synonyms for decoct

extract the essence of something by boiling it

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be cooked until very little liquid is left

steep in hot water

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Table 1: Phytochemical screening of the fresh, decocted, and various extracts of Crescentia cujete Linn.
13) According to Thomas Geminus's English version of Andreas Vesalius's anatomy, the blood as it is decocted in the heart is "spirite, more clearer, bryghter, and subtyller, then is any corporall thynge, compounded of the foure Elementes, for it is a thynge that is a meane betwene the bodye and the soule, and therefore the Philosophers lyken it rather to a heauenlye thynge then to a bodelye thynge.
A decocted root extract of Pueraria lobata, equivalent to 100 mg isoflavone, was compared with HT and no treatment in 127 postmenopausal women (n = 45, n = 43 and n = 39 respectively) for a 3 month period (Woo 2003).
What deity in the realms of dementia, what rabid god decocted out of the smoking lobes of hydrophobia could have devised a keeping place for souls so poor as is this flesh.
One packet of these medicinals was decocted in water and administered per day in two divided doses for a continuous four weeks.
and they consumed drugs (47) that Indian doctors decocted from leaves,
Briefly, 200 g dried and crushed roots and stems of AS were decocted in 1 L of boiling distilled water for 2 h.
b) ATALANTA (chain), DECOCTED, ELIGIBLE, LIPOPHIL (sted), MURARIUM (Theridion murarium is a cobweb weaver spider--from the Nearctic Spider Database), NOTATION, REMEMBER, SINENSIS (chain)
We learn how a dose of medicine was decocted, how an image was transferred to glass, how someone with ALS must walk in order not to fall.
Researchers found that when they decocted licorice root with coptis root (Coptidis chinensis), new compounds were formed that were not present in either herb.
Looking through a family photo album, a "picturebook of the afflicted" Suttree wonders "what deity in the realms of dementia, what rabid god decocted out of the smoking lobes of hydrophobia could have devised a keeping place for souls so poor as is this flesh" (130)?
Ning decocted the herbs, but the boy disliked the bitter liquid.
Indians from the Missouri River Valley decocted the fresh inner bark to make a soothing laxative.