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concoction

[kənkok′shən]
Etymology: L, con + coquere, to cook
a remedy prepared from a mixture of two or more drugs or substances that have been heated.

concoction

(kŏn-kŏk′shŭn) [L. con, with, + coquere, to cook]
A mixture of two medicinal substances, usually done with the aid of heat.
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However, most of the herbal concoctions being sold pose lots of danger to the consumer as there is no dosage to it.
He was hospitalised, along with five of his pals, after taking the deadly chemical concoction N Bomb.
He added that he disposed of the concoctions he prepared on April 8 because he did not like their taste.
Or look at "Powder-Powered Projectile" from Cool Chemistry Concoctions, which shows you how to combine water, over-the-counter stomach medicine, and an ordinary film canister to pop the top (in a safe way, of course).
Today, major manufacturers such as L'Oreal Paris, Avon and Shiseido Men and hipster labels like Billy Dangerously and Jack Black alike sling the concoctions.
For instance, a tiny quantity of the concoction prevented the viper's hemorrhage-inducing venom from killing chick embryos.
Concerns have been raised that the colorful concoctions are particularly damaging to young consumers.
The shakes at other fast-food joints can't touch BK's new concoctions.
The recipes are mainly launchpads for similarly-styled concoctions you could easily devise in your own kitchen, but they are beautifully furnished with gorgeous photos that make them hard to resist.
Decoctions and concoctions of the extracts were tested for shigellocidal activity using the macrobroth dilution method.
The wonderfully versatile, soothing remedies are available in concoctions like rosemary lime, peppermint sage, lavendar and citrus, as well as seasonal holiday treats like biscotti and gingerbread.
Most of the company's products are made by a host of fledgling businesses that send their finished concoctions to Clackamas, where they are packaged in Warm Spirit containers.