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In herbal medicine, alcoholic tinctures are made with various concentrations of ethanol, 25% being the most common.
Nalewka - a traditional Polish category of alcoholic tincture.
It is used to give colour to wines and alcoholic tinctures, to vegetable oils, and to varnishes.
Therefore, newer glycerite products are showing great promise and even rivaling alcoholic tinctures in many ways.
The name of the band is derived from a popular Belarusian alcoholic tincture of the same name.
This is a weaker solution than laudanum, an alcoholic tincture which was prevalently used as a pain medication and sleeping aid.
I reduce it as much as I can with the alcoholic tincture of opium; and to be sure he displays remarkable fortitude.'
Stephen realizes how deeply he has offended her, resigns himself to her loss and returns to the use of the alcoholic tincture of laudanum.
As for Dr. Sibelius's black draught, that was laudanum-an alcoholic tincture of opium, and not my treatment of choice for a pregnant woman.
'The alcoholic tincture of opium, properly exhibited, is one of the most valuable drugs we possess,' he observed, 'and I take particular care not to be without it.
The Doctor dealt with the pain, the very severe pain, by an heroic dose of laudanum, the alcoholic tincture of opium, one of his most valued medicines.
It was therefore only with the greatest reluctance that he had included one small square case-bottle of laudanum (the alcoholic tincture of opium, alas) in his medicine chest.
Having made the usual gestures - tongue, pulse and so on - he said very diffidently, 'May I suggest twenty drops of the alcoholic tincture of opium, sir?'
Jacky begins to market her own patent medicine consisting of an alcoholic tincture of opium (better known as laudanum) and Kentucky bourbon, which she markets during medicine shows.
An alcoholic tincture of either red carnations, violets or corn poppy turned white behind blue glass in a few days, while it remained unchanged behind red glass after about the same time.
Podophyllin is a resinous powder obtained by precipitating an alcoholic tincture of the rhizome of American Mayapple (Podophyllum peltatum) or Podophyllum emodi by means of water acidified with hydrochloric acid.
He was a great believer in the alcoholic tincture of laudanum, and this time she had retained his draught long enough for it to have an effect: she lay there, exhausted, but at least no longer racked, in a state between sleeping and waking.
The counter-irritant action to which this is often attributed can be preserved by the preparation of an alcoholic tincture which can be applied as part of a topical preparation, but not as an infusion, which drastically reduces the irritant action.
He became a member of the "Sociétés de Phamacie et de Médecine" in 1809 after presenting a paper, "Sur les teintures alcooliques et quelques expériences sur la teinture alcoolique de benjoin" (Alcoholic tinctures and some experiments on the alcoholic tincture of Benzoin).
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