hydroalcoholic extract

hy·dro·al·co·hol·ic ex·tract

a solid extract obtained by extracting the soluble principles of the drug with alcohol and water, followed by evaporation of the solution.
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tricolor, we prepared 2 fractions from the hydroalcoholic extract: (1) the EAF, containing intermediate polarity constituents such as flavonoids, and (2) the NBF, accumulating non-polar agents such as alkanes, sterols, and some terpenoids.
The hydroalcoholic extract of leaves of plant Gymnema sylvestre were procured from Indian Herbs Saharanpur (UP)
For the preparation of the hydroalcoholic extract, the ratio of 1:10 (100 g of plant/1L of 70[degrees] GL cereal alcohol) was used.
In a study done by Tajik et al, it was shown that different doses of the CS hydroalcoholic extract could have healing effects on tongue wounds in rats (19).
Endothelium-independent vasorelaxant effects of hydroalcoholic extract from Nigella sativa seed in rat aorta: the roles of Ca2+ and K+ channels.
Comparative evaluation of antimicrobial activity of hydroalcoholic extract of Aloe vera, garlic, and 5% sodium hypochlorite as root canal irrigants against Enterococcus faecalis: An in vitro study.
(2016) who showed that supplementation of fruit hydroalcoholic extract of WC improved dietary Ca retention in birds receiving a negative control compared to those that consumed a positive control diet.
Lei D et al showed in vitro nitrogen oxide scavenging effect in the hydroalcoholic extract of the betel leaf.
On the contrary, Kalariya et al .,[12] in their work entitled 'Effect of hydroalcoholic extract of leaves of Colocasia esculenta on marble-burying behavior in mice: Implications for obsessive-compulsive disorder,' recorded an intraperitoneal LD[sub]50 value of 1000 mg/kg.