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wort

(wōrt),
1. A suffix in the popular names of many plants, such as liverwort, lungwort, and woundwort.
2. An infusion of malt.
[A.S. wyrt, a plant]
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You can aerate the wort by sealing the fermenter and shaking it vigorously for a few minutes, or beating it with a sanitized whisk for the same amount of time.
John's wort and black cohosh was published in 1999.
John's Wort has been studied for hot flashes in perimenopausal/menopausal women.
Eventually the store gave Mr Wort pounds 350 vouchers as a 'goodwill' gesture, which he spent on lamps and decorative items, and they pledged to order him a sofa from a different supplier.
John's wort (Hypericum perforatum) is a potent inducer of increased metabolic activity of the CYP 3A4 enzyme, with resultant enhanced platelet-inhibiting effects.
John's wort could benefit irritable bowel disease patients," said Dr Yuri Saito, gastroenterologist and lead physician scientist on the study.
En adelante, Sprache, Wort y Sage se pertenecen reciprocamente por esencia, son lo mismo (das Selbe), sin ser, no obstante, identicos ni equivalentes (das Gleiche), como afirma Heidegger con firmeza: "Sagen y Sprechen no son lo identico" (Sagen und Sprechen sind nicht das Gleiche) (16).
John's wort extract Ze 117 (Remotiv[R], Max Zeller & Sonne AG, Romanshorn, Switzerland) with a standardised total hypericin content of 0.
Johns wort (hypericum perforatum) may be as effective as standard antidepressants in treating depression.
St John's wort extracts are effective in treating mild to moderate depressive disorders, a recent Cochrane Systematic Review has confirmed.
ST JOHN'S Wort can be as good at lifting depression as pharmaceutical drugs such as Prozac, a study has found.