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infuse

(ĭn-fyo͞oz′)
tr.v. in·fused, in·fusing, in·fuses
1. To steep or soak without boiling in order to extract soluble elements or active principles.
2. To introduce (a solution) into the body through a vein for therapeutic purposes.

in·fus′er n.
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Those who have never experienced a CBD infused meal can expect to be educated by the experts at Arcane Revelry and Select CBD.
Chocolate Razz Cake is absolutely decadent, made with a premium raspberry liqueur, a touch of chocolate chunks, infused with raspberry glaze, and topped with a splash of pink white chocolate/raspberry combination like no other.
Cedars-Sinai Heart Institute researchers began a new study, called ALLSTAR, in which heart attack patients are being infused with allogeneic stem cells, which are derived from donor-quality hearts.
Cranberry & Orange Mini Loaf: This glorious little mini loaf is a moist orange infused sponge, complete with juicy cranberries.
John continues, "We have developed a special technique where aromatic flavours are evenly infused into a crispy, crunchy and golden batter so all senses are treated which is what gives our products the edge on menus.
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Some rabbits in the study received a bioscaffold infused with a collagen gel loaded with the protein, called transforming growth factor beta 3 (TGFB3), while other rabbits received bioscaffolds with TGFB3.
For more information about Low-Moisture Infused Blueberries, contact Irv Dorn at 815-472-3100 or fax: 815-472-3850.
Sims stated: "The attraction of natural and traditional fruit flavours, together with a long shelf-life and processing benefits, makes Frubella infused fruits a choice option for a wide range of applications.
Each is infused with healthy pomegranate, a major source of antioxidants.
CoGS infused the initiative with $200,000 to come from "anticipated revenue from undesignated legacies," or monies willed to General Synod.