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chon·drus

(kon'drŭs),
1. Synonym(s): cartilage
2. The plant Chondrus crispus, Fucus crispus, or Gigartina mamillosa (family Gigartinaceae); a demulcent in chronic and intestinal disorders. Synonym(s): carrageen (1) , carragheen, Irish moss, pearl moss
[G. chondros, gristle]

carrageen

(1) Chondrus, Irish moss. 
(2) Carrageenan.

carrageen

, carragheen (kar'a-gen?) [ Carrageen, a village in southeast Ireland]
Dried red alga, Chondrus crispus, from which carrageenan is obtained.
Synonym: Irish moss See: carrageenan; Chondrus
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150ml chicken stock 150ml cream One shallot, finely diced One clove of garlic, crushed and diced 150g of carrageen seaweed 30g milled sea veg
* Carrageen is a gelatinous thickening agent derived from seaweed that grows off the coast of Scotland and Ireland.
LIVERPOOL (4-4-2): Reina' Finnan, Hyypia, Carrageen, Rise' Garcia, Gerrard, loons, Kewell' Crouch, Morientes.
And Carrageen Moss, which has many uses - it's a natural remedy for coughs, cold, asthma and bronchitis, it's used to solidify ice cream, and thicken soups, stews and jams, or you can have it in a drink with honey, lemon and orange.
Unless marked "dairy," fast-food shakes aren't milk but mostly carrageen gel.
The Talty family, who have harvested carrageen moss off the west coast of Clare for four generations, were called upon to provide their organic product - for his bath.
Charlie opts to prepare a dish with a main ingredient taken from the land itself - a Carrageen Moss Pudding.
and Gigartina spp., commonly known as Irish moss or carrageen moss from red Scottish seaweed [24].
Indeed, when assessed in either the carrageen hindpaw or phorbol ester ear pinna tests, PEA reduced inflammation in wild-type, but not in PPAR-[[alpha].sup.-/-], mice [18].
The name carrageen for this species was introduced around 1829, possibly after a town with a similar name in Ireland.
Carrageen in-induced edema in hind paw of the rat as an assay for antiinflammatory drugs.