hydrosol


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hydrosol

 [hi´dro-sol]
a colloid in which the dispersion medium is a liquid.

hy·dro·sol

(hī'drō-sol),
A colloid in aqueous solution, the particles being in the dispersed or internal phase and the water in the external or dispersion phase. Compare: hydrogel.

hydrosol

/hy·dro·sol/ (hi´dro-sawl) a sol in which the dispersion medium is water.

hydrosol

Fringe medicine
The aqueous distillate of a plant with a low minimal oil content, which is used in the pseudoscience of aromatherapy.

hydrosol,

n water-based solution that contains tiny particles.

hydrosol

a colloid in which the dispersion medium is a liquid.
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As part of her diet changes and supplement regimen, the practitioner recommended silver hydrosol to support her immune system.
In addition to their use in teas, capsules, and other applications as discussed in last month's article, "Herbal Remedies for Arthritis Pain," medicinal plants provide pain relief and other benefits through their essential oils and hydrosols.
There will be very little oil in the next 500 mL but often the hydrosol is still of a good aroma, flavour and pH level.
Alberdingk Boley GmbH: Water-based UV-curable, hard elastic PU-dispersion with short flash-off time, high scratch- and chemical-resistance, high gloss, good pigment and extender wetting, LUX 255; Self-crosslinking, multiphase emulsion with superior water barrier, excellent adhesion properties and superior corrosion resistance, very low MFFT, and good blocking resistance, AC 2403; and Lignin-reactive hydrosol for wood protection, that significantly increases the weathering resistance in comparison to conventional primers, Lignocure 2010.
Hydrosol, ground material and extract of sum-mer savory (Satureja hortensis L.
Dr Fatope said, "The fragrant hydrosol of Lavendula dhofarensis could be blended with rose water from Jabal Akhdhar to produce a brand of fragrant rose water.
Soils in the 48 paddocks were 1-2 m sand to sandy loam over massive clay, known locally as Abba sand (Tille and Lantzke 1990) and classified as Chromosolic Redoxic Hydrosol (Isbell 2002) and Glossic Natrudalf (Soil Survey Staff 1987).
When water permeates, the tragacanthin dissolve forming colloidal hydrosol and bassorin swell up to form a gel like material and by this mechanism the release of the drug from the matrix system is controlled.
He has extensive education and experience however, he has also published a great deal of material, given lectures, and promoted products, including silver hydrosol, that he says will make risky vaccinations a thing of the past.
The gill rakers, the microbranchiospines, or both, of tilapia have been hypothesized to form either a dead-end sieve or a hydrosol filter (Greenwood, 1953; Gosse, 1956; Whitehead, 1959; Beveridge et al, 1988; Beveridge and Baird, 2000).
Ingredients: 4 oz colored glass bottle with a spray top 10 drops lemon (Citrus limon) essential oil (EO) 2 drops clary sage (Salvia sclarea) essential oil (EO) Rose (Rosa damascena) hydrosol or rose water Instructions: Add lemon EO and clary sage EO to your glass bottle and roll around to blend.
Steam is pumped into the drum, thus extracting the scent, then condensed and separated into the essential oil and hydrosol, which is water with a very small amount of oil in it.