tincture


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something that imparts color

to impart color to

Synonyms for tincture

a substances that colors metals

an indication that something has been present

a quality of a given color that differs slightly from another color

(pharmacology) a medicine consisting of an extract in an alcohol solution

fill, as with a certain quality

stain or tint with a color

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Dr Margarita Gomez-Escalada who is leading the research project explained how tinctures are made from plants and herbs.
But, the tincture should first be dissolved in water, and the dose should be reduced depending on the weight of the animal.
Andrew Baker, chief executive of Duchy Originals, said: "There is no quackery, no make-believe and no superstition in any of the Duchy Originals herbal tinctures.
As I stood in front of my herb cupboard and scanned the shelves I saluted the standard remedies I'd come to rely on over the years for cold and flu symptoms: echinacea root tincture or tea for immune system support, osha root tincture to relieve chest congestion and coughs, and potent goldenseal root tincture for persistent respiratory infections.
There are three ways to prepare a home remedy: teas, tinctures or poultices, said Ojai herbalist Amanda McQuade Crawford, a graduate of the National Institute of Medical Herbalists in Britain and founder of both the American Herbalists Guild and the College of Phytotherapy in Alberquerque, N.
How to use therapeutically: Tea, tincture, capsules.
Their in vitro experiments involved investigation of whether bioactive agents from a commercially available tincture of Arnica montana (Leopard's bane) were transferred across human skin.
Fluid extract: Similar to a tincture, but the final product is concentrated through distillation.
TO avoid infection, you will need keep the area clean using a medicated wipe or some cotton wool soaked in a dilution of marigold and myrrh tincture.
Those same gardeners who recognize echinacea's colorful bloom may buy a tincture of the same plant (Echinacea angustifolia) at the store for its reported anti-viral, anti-bacterial, and immune-boosting properties.
Also for sale were marijuana cookies, truffles and vials of marijuana tincture that can be dropped into tea or coffee.
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Using dental floss, tongue scraping and rinsing with Marigold and Myrrh tincture will help.
By the same token, an herbalist was someone who made sick people well through prescribing the appropriate tincture, decoction, carminatie, vermifuge or tea - all derived from plants.