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fluidextract

 [floo″id-ek´strakt]
a liquid preparation of a vegetable drug, containing alcohol as a solvent or preservative, or both, of such strength that each milliliter contains the therapeutic constituents of 1 g of the standard drug it represents.

flu·id·ex·tract

(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

fluidextract

/flu·id·ex·tract/ (floo″id-ek´strakt) a liquid preparation of a vegetable drug, containing alcohol as a solvent or preservative, of such strength that each milliliter contains the therapeutic constituents of 1 g of the standard drug it represents.

fluidextract

(flo͞o′ĭd-ĕk′străkt′)
n.
A concentrated alcohol solution of a drug of such strength that each milliliter contains the equivalent of one gram of the dry form of the drug.

flu·id·ex·tract

(flū'id-eks'trakt) Avoid the incorrect two-word 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.
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The mixture was filtered to separate the liquid extract from the sawdust, and the extraction process was repeated twice, with a final ovendried extractive yield of 6.
His company's bag-on-valve system solves the issue of liquid extracts going bad when they come in contact with air and light.
5-85 ml of 1:1 30-60 ml of 1:1 liquid extract (7) liquid extract (7) 4.
The use of another bioassay, a rather curious one, is mentioned in a 1972 paper from the Journal of Pharmaceutical Sciences titled "Biological and chemical evaluation of a 43-year-old sample of Cannabis fluidextract" authored by Kubena RK, Barry H, Segelman AB, Theiner M, and Farnsworth NR (Jan;61(l): 144-5) in which not only did the chemical constituents of a 43-year-old cannabis liquid extract hold up after room temperature storage over that time, but it also produced the "characteristic ataxia in dogs" after oral administration
In the first case, a customised liquid extract is used which contains specific combinations of plant proteins and complexes of amino acids, minerals and fatty acids.
The liquid extract was transferred to a volumetric flask and its volume made up to 100 mL with acetic acid 3% (v/v) solution.
You may undergo skin tests, in which the allergist places a liquid extract of the allergen (allergy-causing food) on your arm or back and pricks your skin to see if a hive or swelling develops, signifying an allergy.
Use about four drops of liquid extract or two tablespoons of solid spices, then blend again for a couple of seconds to mix it all together.
A: Vanilla is available in many forms, including pastes and powders, but the most common is liquid extract.
A multicentre prospective double blind placebo controlled randomised trail was carried out on 207 patients to evaluate the effectiveness of the liquid extract from the roots of Pelargonium sidoides on the duration and severity of symptoms of the common cold.
One cup of chamomile tea or a dropper full of standardized liquid extract 3-4 times per day can really help children with CRAP.
Natural Available in capsule, tea, tablet, or liquid extract form, valerian root (Puritan's Pride, $2.