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oleoresin

 [o″le-o-rez´in]
1. a natural combination of a resin and a volatile oil, such as exudes from pines, etc.
2. a compound extracted from a drug, containing both volatile oil and resin, by percolation with a volatile solvent, such as acetone, alcohol, or ether, and removal of the solvent.

o·le·o·res·in

(ō'lē-ō-rez'in),
1. A compound of an essential oil and resin, present in some plants.
2. A pharmaceutical preparation.
3. Synonym(s): balsam

oleoresin

/oleo·res·in/ (o″le-o-rez´in)
1. a natural combination of a resin and a volatile oil, such as exudes from pines, etc.
2. a compound extracted from a drug, containing both volatile oil and resin, by percolation with a volatile solvent, such as acetone, alcohol, or ether, and removal of the solvent.

oleoresin

[ō′lē·ōrez′in]
Etymology: L, oleum, oil + resin
1 any natural combination of a resin and a volatile oil, such as exudes from pines and other plants.
2 a compound prepared by exhausting a drug by percolation with a volatile solvent, such as acetone, alcohol, or ether, and evaporating the solvent.

oleoresin

Herbal medicine
An oily resin which can be extracted from various plants (e.g., the male fern, Aspidium oleoresin), which has been used as a vermifuge.

oleoresin

1. a compound of a resin and a volatile oil, such as exudes from pines, etc.
2. a compound extracted from a drug by percolation with a volatile solvent, such as acetone, alcohol, or ether, and evaporation of the solvent.
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