The finer and more volatile parts of a substance, separated by a solvent; an extract of a part of the substance of a body communicated to the solvent.
A solution (commonly colored) of medicinal substance in alcohol, usually more or less diluted; spirit containing medicinal substances in solution.
Solution of chemicals in a highly alcoholic solvent made by simple solution or by methods described in the U.S. Pharmacopoeia or the National Formulary.
The term tincture (also called alcoholic tincture, and spirituous tincture) is reserved for the alcoholic solutions of nonvolatile substances, alcoholic solutions of volatile substances being called spirits. A solution (commonly colored) of medicinal substance in alcohol, usually more or less diluted.
1. Philosopher's stone or its action upon base metals. 2. Solution of organic material in alcohol.
Steep the fresh or dried herb in a 25% mixture of alcohol and water. Do not use methyl, grain, or rubbing alcohol as they are toxic. Vodka is ideal; rum has the added benefit of covering unpleasant flavors. Use 200 g. dried or 600 g. fresh herb to 1 liter alcohol and water. Place in a sealed jar in a cool, dark place for 2 weeks, shaking occasionally. Strain the liquid through cheesecloth and store in a dark glass bottle. Take 5 ml three times a day, diluted in a little fruit juice or water.
an herbal extraction, made with alcohol, vinegar, glycerin, etc.
An alcohol-based extract that contains a herb's essence, commonly mixed with water in a 50:50 ratio.
An infusion made with alcohol, cider, vinegar or similar substance.
A water and alcohol concentration of a plant used either for convenience, or because of some active constituents are not very soluble in tea.
This is where the active ingredients are dissolved, or dispersed, using an alcohol as a solvent.
(pharmacology) a medicine consisting of an extract in an alcohol solution
a concentrated liquid made by steeping an herb in a mixture of alcohol and water
a good solution for long term treatment as will store for up to two years
a liquid extract made from the herb
a medicinal extract in an alcohol solution
a mild liquid preparation usually made by soaking chopped or mashed plant parts in a liquid such as alcohol, and then straining out the solid parts
a mixture of different vibrations from different essences
an alcohol and water extract which is used when plants have active chemicals that are not very soluble in water, and/or when a larger quantity is prepared for convenience and wanted for longer term storage
an alcohol-based liquid that can be diluted in water and taken as an herbal drink
an alcoholic extraction of herb
an alcoholic extraction of herbs
an alcoholic extract of a herb
an alcoholic or hydroalcoholic (water and alcohol) solution that usually contains the active principles of botanicals in comparatively low concentrations
an alcohol- or glycerin-based extract of the herb, usually packaged in a glass dropper bottle
an alcohol/water based extract of the herb raspberry leaf
an extraction of chemicals from the plant(s) (mark) using a base (menstruum)
an extraction of the fresh plant material in a mixture of alcohol and water
an extract made from herbs by soaking them in alcohol
an extract made with alcohol
an extract of an herb in an alcohol base
an herbal preparation made by diluting the herb in alcohol, glycerin, or vinegar
an herbal preparation whose medicinal virtues are extracted into solution with grain alcohol, vegetable glycerine, or vinegar
an infusion that is made with an alcohol base over a period of a week or more, is concentrated, stable and can last for years
a potent liquid herbal formula that will enter the horse's body immediately, whereas the dry herb often takes weeks to take effect
a psychoactive liquid made by soaking cannabis in high proof grain alcohol for a minimum of three weeks
a relatively weak liquid preparation made by soaking plant parts in a solvent such as alcohol and then straining out the solid particles, leaving the active chemicals in the solution
a solution of a substance in alcohol
a solution of herbs in alcohol or diluted alcohol
a very effective way to administer herbal compounds, as the body easily assimilates it and the herb is in a concentrated form
Alcoholic or hydroalcoholic solution of a medicinal substance.
a diluted mixture of alcohol and plant matter
the liquid form of an herb. Most tinctures are alcohol based and are made by soaking the herb in a drinkable form of alcohol (ethanol, grain). This extracts the active parts of the herb while also acting as a preservative. Tinctures are also available in nonalcoholic versions and are prepared by soaking the herb in glycerol rather than alcohol.
A liquid usually made by soaking a whole herb or its parts in a mixture of water and ethyl alcohol (such as vodka). The alcohol helps extract the herb's active components, concentrating and preserving them.
a medication derived from the medicinal agents in herbs being dissolved into alcohol
A solution of the active principal of a herb in alcohol. Click here to read more.
an alcohol or glycerin based herbal extract. More potent than an infusion, though not always the best way to take an herbal preparation.
An alcoholic extraction with the solvent left in as a dilutant.
A medication that is an alcoholic solution of an extract of a vegetable or animal substance or a chemical.
An extract of an herb made by soaking it in glycerine, alcohol, or vinegar for several weeks, then straining the liquid.
Alcoholic or hydroalcoholic solutions prepared from vegetable materials or chemical substances.
a substance that colors, dyes or stains. Also refers to a medicinal preparation of an active ingredient or extract (e.g., of a plant) dissolved in alcohol.
This is the result of soaking herbs in drinking alcohol. The volatile elements dissolve into the alcohol, making them accessible to the user. Vinegar or glycerol can be used as the solvent instead for those who do not wish to take alcohol.
Solution of extracts of medicinal plants obtained by steeping the plants in alcohol or in a solution of alcohol and water. The extracting liquid can also be vinegar or glycerin.
a solution prepared by steeping or soaking (maceration) plant materials in alcohol and water.
an alcoholic or hydroalcoholic mixture prepared from plant parts.
A prepared perfumery material, flavor material or pharmaceutical product. Tinctures can be considered alcoholic extracts of natural raw materials; the solvent is left in the extract as a diluent.
alcoholic or hydroalcoholic preparation.
liquid form of herb that is mixed and preserved with alcohol.
An herb extract steeped in alcohol for several weeks; available commercially and usually taken in drops.
Solution of chemicals in a highly alcoholic solvent made by simple solution or by methods described in the UNITED STATES PHARMACOPEIA or the NATIONAL FORMULARY.
Referring to either a herbal or perfume material prepared in an alcohol base
An alcohol based extract of a drug derived from a plant.
Plant medicine prepared by adding herbs to water and alcohol
Method of alcoholic extraction from mashed or boiled plant material for flavors, aromas and tonics. Also an herbal remedy, or perfumery material prepared in an alcohol base.
An alcoholic extract of an animal or vegetable substance.
solutions commonly used in herbal medicine.
An herbal preparation made by soaking plant material in a liquid solvent (called a menstrum) to extract active medicinal Constituents.
A diluted alcohol solution of plant parts.
A liquid made by soaking an herb in a solution of alcohol and water. It is used for concentrating and preserving an herb and may be made in different strengths that are expressed as ratios of the weight of the dried herb to the volume or weight of the finished product.
An alcohol or water-alcohol solution, usually referring to a preparation from herbal materials.
An alcoholic solution containing medicinal oils, herbs and alcohol.