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a colloid in which the dispersion medium is a liquid.
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
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The aqueous distillate of a plant with a low minimal oil content, which is used in the pseudoscience of aromatherapy.
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The potential effects of herbal distillates with hot and cold temperament on cell metabolic activity and growth: A preliminary in vitro study.
Determination of methanol in Iranian herbal distillates. J Complement Integr Med.
Despite the tremendous use of many herbal distillates
as practical therapeutic interventions in Iranian folk medicine, related pharmaceutical research is largely neglected by medical scientists.
[UKPRwire, Wed Apr 24 2019] Global Herbal Distillates
Market Overview Like essential oils, herbal distillates
have gained momentum in the global market over the past years due to its wide application in medicinal use for sensitive young children.