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(flū'id-eks'trakt), Avoid the incorrect form fluid extract.
Pharmacopeial liquid preparation of vegetable drugs, made by percolation, containing alcohol as a solvent or as a preservative, or both, and so made that each 1 mL contains the therapeutic constituents of 1 g of the standard drug that it represents.
Synonym(s): liquid extract

fluid extract

Herbal medicine
A herbal preparation which is concentrated as a means of preserving its efficacy; the simplest fluid extract is a green extract prepared from fresh leaves.

Fluid extract

A concentrated preparation of a drug.
Mentioned in: Ipecac
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I combine these plants in fluid extract form, with ginger.
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